I just got a 2 1/2 month Siberian Husky and she's been doing great. She's already house trained, most of the time she listens to my sit! and stay! commands, she doesn't bark or cry when I leave her in her room, and she doesn't chew and bite everything (except once when she chewed a power cord in half). But there is one little problem. She gets crazy when I walk her on her leash. She always wants to go her own way. Sometimes she'll be good for about 20 minutes, then she'll just start pulling crazily on the leash, sometimes forward, sometimes backward, whatever direction interests her. No matter how much I command her to stop she keeps at it. Then after a bunch of failed attempts to make me give in and run with her, she begans crying and barking, making it look like I'm trying to tame some wild bull. Somedays in the morning she'll be good, but at night, she always does this. Earlier tonight my cousin needed to go to the supermarket so I took the opportunity to walk the Husky. While my cousin was in the super market, I was sitting over at the side with her. She would stop for about 15 seconds, look around, then just start screaming and pulling on her leash. I'm thinking of trying a prong collar. I've heard it's far more humane than the choke collar and less prone to hurting the dog. Will this be effect to teach her to obey the leash? It's getting too out of hand.