Hello everyone. Sorry to just launch straight into this forum with a question but what can I say I'm desperate. Hope it hasn't been covered before but can'y find how to search previous threads. :blushing: Anyway. I have a 15 week old Border Collie X King Charles Cavalier who just won't go for walks. ut: He jumps up then will get my clothes in his jaw and cling on for dear life, whining all the time. If he does let go (or I remove him) he just keeps repeating the exercise. I don't think he's scared of the environment (he's fine around traffic, kids, other dogs etc) and once I turn around and walk towards home he will rush back towards the house quite happily so I don't think it's about being on the lead or anything. I don't understand it at all, I just assumed he would love walkies but he hates it! My plan was always to walk him 4 times a day but he won't go very far at all so I'm worried he's not getting enough exercise yet. He's quite happy to run around and play indoors and doesn't whine at home. I thought I could build up the time/distance slowly to get him used to going out but he seems to be getting worse not better. I wish I could understand the problem but honestly I'm at a loss. Does anyone know what is causing this or how I can get him walking? Any thoughts will be very much appreciated. Thanks for reading.