My Tibetan Terrier is a year old and, while I wouldn't say recall is perfect, she has always come back to me eventually. In the past week or so she's developed an aversion to being put on her lead when out on walks (she's fine doing it in my flat?). I have no idea why! I wonder if I hurt her putting it on once? I don't know what to do. I think I'm making it worse by making it a big issue, handling it the wrong way and not being consistent (e.g. luring her with treats rather than just rewarding when she actually comes, grabbing at her, tricking her, telling her off, trying loads of different commands...). To give an idea of the situation, she wants to be with me when out. She will come away from playing with other dogs, stay near to me and, when called, will come (frustratingly!) close etc., but at the end of the walk (or during as practice) getting her back on the lead is a nightmare. Today I had to enlist other dog walkers to help me. I think she's 'spooked' rather than just being stubborn or wanting me to play chase. HELLLPPPP!!!!