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My puppy is destructive. How do I let him know he’s bad without making his “area” a bad place?

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My 9 week old puppy bites, shreds his training pad, drags stuff around, etc. When he bites, I just get up and leave his pen for a few minutes. But when he shreds his training pad, I don’t want to put him in his crate as punishment because then the crates becomes a place he doesn’t like. What do I do here? His crate is inside a pen. The training pad is also inside the pen.

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Why does my puppy always need something when I’m trying to take a poop?!

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I swear this puppy knows when I need to go to the bathroom because she will start barking to be let out. I know she doesn’t need to go out because we just came in from doing 1 and 2. I can’t even take a proper poop without her becoming a hyperactive little psycho.

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Should I walk my puppy before she learns loose leash walking?

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According to many loose leash training videos/lectures etc., each time puppy pulls the leash and gets forward, its a reinforcement of pulling the leash. For now my puppy hasn't learnt loose leash yet and doesn't seem will learn it in the near future, should I let her out? Thanks in advance.

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If you’re having trouble with your crate, try moving it

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Okay let me give you guys some context about my apartment. It’s narrow, living area up front and then our “hallway” back is our kitchen, leading to the bedrooms and bathrooms.

We decided the crate needed to go in the living area because we don’t want our dog in our bedroom (I have drawers under my bed which he could get stuck under and hurt himself) and the back bedroom/office is very cold.

So the living area is some bay windows up front, which is where we had his crate originally (opposite the couch basically). And he HATED IT. He’d refuse to go in it.. if I tried bribing him with treats, he’d sit with his back feet outside so we couldn’t close the door. If we tried to force naps in there he’d cry and cry and wouldn’t settle down to sleep (he’d sometimes be quiet for 15-30 minutes, but I could hear him rustling around).

Yesterday I moved his crate to the little nook area we have between our living room and kitchen, so it’s now backed into a corner. And he loves it! He goes in by himself now and was even sleeping in there last night.

I know dogs are den animals so I feel like the corner is just cozier and makes the crate seem more like his little area. I honestly didn’t think it could make such a difference moving the crate 20 feet in the same room, but it seemed like to was going to be impossible to conquer crate training and now I see the light at the end of the tunnel.

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Single dog parents – will I ever have a life of my own?

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Hi team,

I recently adopted a now-9-week miniature dachshund puppy, against the advice of my family who all live multiple timezones away.

And I do think I am doing reasonably well. I live alone and am definitely struggling juggling my work (from home at the moment) and minding the pup – but I know this will get better, especially once she gets all her jabs and I can exhaust some of her devilish energy on walks.

But the sudden and nagging thought I started having – after realising I have barely enough time to eat and shower, let alone watch TV or read a book – will I ever have a life of my own again?

With the coronavirus going on, it's just her and me and it's great – but when this is over, will I be able to do stuff, go out and date?

I have given up on crate training and even getting her to sleep in her bed – during the day, she happily settles on her own – but on the sofa. And at night, she insists on sleeping with me – I allowed this, as this way she just wakes me up so I can take her outside. I am, however, worried that at some point I will want another human being to sleep in my bed – will this ever be possible?

TL;DR: I got a dog, will I ever get laid again?

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Should I put my 9 week old pup in the crate whilst I’m busy (eating breakfast etc)

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I’ve had my border collie pup for a week now, and he’s extremely active (as all pups are :D) but this causes some issues in the morning. For example l, I haven’t been able to eat proper meals as he jumps at me as I eat. I was wondering if it’s okay for me to stick him in his crate for 20-30mins on the morning (after he’s ate and we’ve had a run in the garden). The reason I’m asking is because I’m a first time owner and I wasn’t sure if this would be acceptable, as I know young pups need a lot of energy expending and I should be keeping him active. I was also scared it would make him resent his crate.

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Hi I’m Mr.Bob! Today I learned I need 250 Karma to live stream my fashion show…. so I guess I’ll post some selfies for now!

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Meet Ginger. She’s a good old girl. She will be 16 this year.

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My new puppy was great for the first three days, now he’s misbehaving and i don’t know what to do.

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I brought my new puppy home four days ago, but it already feels like forever. (he’s 10wks old, 3/4 Husky) and he did great with potty training, only one accident right when I brought him home. And, after the first night, he makes it almost 6 hours during the night before asking to go outside. However, today he had two accidents. I’ve been taking him on multiple walks a day now, and he sometimes refuses to follow me down certain paths. It seems like he just always wants to go back inside. He barks at strangers and barks more aggressively at other dogs.

I tried sitting on the porch with him as other people walked by but i just couldn’t get him to calm down when people were nearby. I’m trying to get him to socialize as much as possible but he is too protective. I’m worried that behavior will stick around.

It’s really hard asking strangers if my dog can say hi to their dog while he is barking his head off.

It’s hard to keep him occupied and not chewing on my furniture all day because i’m living alone. (i have roommates but they aren’t here because college is cancelled)

How can I get him to be more friendly towards strangers?? I tried (on the porch) giving him lots of treats right when i knew a stranger was about to walk by, before he saw, but when he noticed them he would just forget about the treats and start barking.

Help! I’m writing this after getting in bed while he’s across my room in his kennel, and he started barking at me for the first time as i was getting in bed! (I ignored him of course)

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Any help welcome!

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Help my family and I hold onto whatever is left of our sanity pleaseee I have 2 dogs Charlie (5y, shihpoo) and Teddy (3y, King Charles cavalier/American Eskimo mix)

Charlie’s main issue for the last few months is continuous loud barking. My neighbors both got dogs recently and he is a highly anxious/aggressive because of the anxiety dog. I’ve tried the calming hemp brand treats from chewys, cbd oil, cbd treats basically nothing really calms him down. He’s also never bitten strangers but he does bite at home after some warning and is protective over food. Recently I’ve began trying to follow a strict feeding schedule for them and then putting the food away completely to help give them some structure and minimize the food protective habits. When I take him for walks he’s pretty ok outside surprisingly as opposed to at home.

Teddy on the other hand never has been anyone at home and I wouldn’t say has anxiety overall but he is anxious about new people/non direct family members. If people come towards him he’ll anxiously nip their toe (it’s very weird) and can be problematic outside. At home he doesn’t really bark and is pretty well behaved. He only barks when someone is unlocking the door out of excitement or when we’re leaving for a walk. Surprisingly he’s the one that’s more of an issue when we go outside!

Sorry for the very long post, I welcome any tips or advice or anything really! I’ve been struggling a lot with both but mainly Charlie because the continuous loud barking at home for hours on end is completely distressing. Thank you in advance 🖤🖤🖤

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