mine does the same thing. He in fact hates going out so much that as soon as he sees us getting ready he runs and hides in his kennel. If he sees the leash at all he takes off. He just hates being out.
Basically just keep bringing him out. I take mine in the evening, when it's cooler. He doesn't mind as much then. And I reward him when he's good about going, with cheese.
Maybe its the leash that he's afraid of instead of not liking the walks. Try letting him drag the leash around at home. Practice walking on the leash at home and then gradually start going for short walks to get him used to the leash.
like mafiaprincess said, if it's a ver young puppy you need to teach them how to walk. i had trouble with my dog charlie when we firsrt got him. i introduced him to the leash indoors and practiced walking him around the house.
I got Cider at 3 months.. beofre I knew a lot of what I do now.. she didn't know how to walk either, and because I helped her along by keeping the leash tight and guiding her (walkign outside with no inside practice) I made the mistake too many pet owners make and I taught her that she has to pull to go on walks.
Just take it slowly.. Your new baby is still little ish so don't worry too much about not really walkign her anywhere yet. It will come, just be patient. :)
I don't start most of my pups on leashes till 12 weeks. Some don't mnid some are very resentful. I just keep plotting along. I start with some "come" in the house. Me at leash end, leash on dog. I say "Come" and drag puppy to me.
We do this for a few days and then advance outside. Where I do teh same routean for a bit and then start walking in slow straight lines dragging said puppy behind me while gonig "puppy come!" all cheerful.
Every few feet I stop, drag puppy to me while going "puppy come!" and rub and coo when they get to me even if I dragged them over.
Most catch on quite quickly.
I also say "Puppy" or "Sage Puppy" (sage being the name) because 99% of puppies belive their name is puppy and won't respond to the name you gave them since they have to learn that as well.
u could try incuraging him with a treat or a toy he likes. what age is this puppy because when i got my puppy i didn't walk till she was 9 weeks and i got her at 7. whenever i thought she could walk a bit i brought her about a quarter of a mile first and started making it longer and now she walks 4 miles with no troble at all.
I always bring a bottle of water and a bowl with me in case she is too hot
When my Shiz Tsu was a puppy he just plain got tired after walking a short distance. When he got older it was better but it helped if he knew the route we were going. Also, in my case I'm not convinced he had the best eye sight (ice blue eyes and pupils not entirely round) so it could have been alittle intimidating for my guy. With my Boston I try and time his walks so he's not out in the worst heat of the day. Good luck!