For ages, you've been meaning to do something about his pulling, but haven't quite got around to it. But then came winter, with icy pavements and he nearly had you over. Then, unfortunately, you did slip (not his fault) and broke your wrist. This means it's suddenly become even more important that he doesn't pull because you want to go over on the ice once again.
You try pulling back on his collar, but he only pulls harder. A friend suggested a choke chain... but you really don't like the idea, plus you're not convinced it would work. So what to do?
Alternatively, you can have the dog focus intently on you and learn to sit whenever you stop. This prevents him surging on ahead because he's vigilant for you stopping so that he doesn't miss out on the goodies.
In addition, you will need: