All dog owners agree that chasing is a behavioral problem which is difficult to get control over in puppies and dogs. Whether the chasing puppy has this inclination in his own predatory instincts or whether it's just simple chasing that he springs upto in any occasion, it needs to be controlled with proper training and tools.
Animals, people or cars – a chasing puppy can run behind any of these. While it is true that it needs a lot of patience and time to get this behavior under control, it is also true that every dog owner must try out the various training tools and techniques available and take a try at it before deciding to give his puppy up.
Very often, it has been seen that a chasing puppy takes to chasing out of anxiety and stress. Any training tool therefore must be implemented with encouragement, rather than punishment. Dog trainers say that distracting the puppy with a toy that he loves when you take him out for walks also works. To stop a chasing puppy from chasing, it is essential to begin the training session at a tender age. In serious cases, dog trainers can pinch in help.