Jasper is 14 weeks old and we have taken a step back in walking on a leash. I feel like he was doing well for a while, but lately, he will walk a few feet, then sit down and refuse to move. I end up picking him up and carrying him about 20 feet, then trying again. Sometimes all it takes is me turning the corner at the top of our street, then he is good to go the rest of the time. Other times, the entire walk will be like this. There seems to be no rhyme or reason. It drives me nuts. I can tell when he stops walking out of fear (anytime a dog in a house barks, a motorcycle goes by, etc.). In those instances, I let him just stop and sit for a minute, then encourage him to come to me, pet him, and keep walking. It is those times when there is nothing out of the ordinary and he just.won't.walk Is this just a phase and I just need to power through it? Should I go back to treats every time we walk? I really just don't want to have to bring treats and stop every 10 feet to treat him every time we are out. Oh and I definitely know it isn't because he is tired. He is just as likely to do this at the very beginning of a walk, before we've gone very far.