Dottie and I just got back from a disastrous walk where she pulled me to the ground 6 times. Came away with an expensive trip to the ER, two sprained wrists, and a lot of cuts and bruises. I have tried all the advice in terms of how to train her not to pull, and nothing works. I know I'm supposed to stop and not move when she pulls, but she's too big and strong now, so she drags me forward which just reinforces the pulling. Two of the times when I fell, she got the zoomies and dragged me along the ground, once into the road, before I could get my feet. She weighs 60 pounds now, and I'm small and only weigh about 105. I'm no match for her anymore. Using no-pull harnesses that clip in the front don't help, because as soon as it turns her back towards me, she grabs the leash and starts a game of tug that ends with me falling face-first on the ground. She's very responsive to the clicker inside, but outside she pays no attention. Not even the most high-value treats get her attention once she gets too hyped up on a leash. I've tried a gentle leader too, but she refuses to walk with it and spends the whole time trying to get it off. I try taking her out and playing fetch and letting her run around in our complex's dog run for anywhere from 20 minutes to an hour before we try leash training, but it doesn't matter. I'm at my wits end and I don't think it's even safe for me to try and train her. We've also been through 2 dog walkers who are unwilling to take her anymore because of the extreme pulling. At her trainer's, she walks PERFECTLY on the leash right beside me and heels like it's her job, so I know she CAN do it. She just WON'T. Any devices or techniques that I haven't tried that will help? What do you do when you're too small to control your lab?