Let me share another with y'all. If you really want to teach your dogs to walk nicely on a leash, there is a method I use in class and with practice it works well. First, any of you who have seen Victoria Stillwell on "It's me or the dog" has seen her change directions when a dog pulls. Here's the hitch: a dog will begin to anticipate the direction change and simply pull the opposite direction.
If you have kids and have trained them to stay with you in the store, this adaption of that method will make perfect sense to you. Make the directional change random. Don't just go the opposite direction. Sometimes turn left. Sometimes right. Sometimes a diagonal. Sometimes around in a circle. Always different.
When you train your kids, you keep them close. When you go one way and they go another, you get their attention and encourage them to follow. Same with the dog! Walking down the street and the dog races ahead. I say, "nope" or "this way" and LURE them to follow. After a few sessions, my dogs follow me perfectly. I even walked my puppy the other night for my class with the leash dragging behind using this method.
Use your Easy Walk and this method and you'll have a great dog walk in no time at all! And eventually you will remove the Easy Walk and enjoy walking your dog on leash/collar!