Our labrador is 8 months old. She is taken for walks daily by either my husband or myself plus sometimes with one of our kids. She walks really well now, hardly pulls, greets other dogs calmly and can be off lead in the local park without running off - she is generally a pleasure to walk. Our problem now is that if we go for a walk as a family, she seems to get anxious that she can’t see everyone at the same time. If my husband has her lead, she will constantly stop and look for me, but if I have her she does the same for my husband. If anyone of us (kids included) walk off eg to pop to the shop, or as today to put something in the bin, she starts barking and pulls to get to the person who’s walked off, even though she has full view of them. When she’s off the lead, she’s absolutely fine - I guess because she can go back and forth between everyone by herself. My question is, how can we teach her to be calm when walking with more than one or two of the family? Now that lockdown measures have relaxed we’ve taken the opportunity to drive to some local woods and parks to let her and the kids have a run around, but even as we’re getting out of the car, she starts barking and pulling because she can’t see everyone at the same time! Help!