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On average what should a 4 month have already learned?

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We have a 4 month old aussie. He's pretty good. He will sit, shake, and lay down. He somehow was fine sleeping in his crate after like 2 days, and sleeps through the night 5/7 nights a week probably. He finally stopped attacking his collar. He is pretty good about not peeing inside. He just got all his shots so he is going on his first walk this week. We will see how that goes.

He still bad about coming when we call him. Is this too young to expect this? Even with a treat he won't come most of the time.

What age did your pup start to consistently fetch? I'd love it if he just wanted to go go go non-stop with the fetching, but outside he rarely sticks to it even with treats.

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Advice on making my 1 yr old less excited when seeing other dogs and jumping up on them

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I recently adopted a ~11 month old hound/pit(?) mix that has been a great pup so far. Other than a little bit of separation anxiety, I’ve noticed that he becomes extremely excited when he sees other dogs when out walking on the leash. Whenever he has met some, he jumps up on them but doesn’t bite or bark. I’m afraid another dog will get annoyed and lash out at him or he would unintentionally be too rough with a smaller dog (he’s 42 lbs).

Any advice on how to correct this?

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Meet my mini me

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10 month old cockapoo dislikes big dogs

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Hi,

More recently our 10 month old cockapoo seems to hate larger dogs bouncing towards him, his tail will go under his body & he will snap out which then makes the larger dog snap out. I've started to recognize this behavior and start to put him on his lead so it doesn't get out of hand when I see a larger dog he doesn't already know (some larger dogs he has known since he was very young).

I'm also getting a little concerned with his play with other smaller dogs. He has his teeth out constantly and trying to bite their ears whilst running.

Any advice would be great!

Thanks!

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Puppy not keen on walks anymore

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Our 17 week Goldendoodle is reluctant to go for walks. She comes outside and finishes her bathroom business without any fuss. But I try to take her out for a 15 min walk around the block twice a day.

Lately she's been very stubborn and doesn't want to come along. If I do pull her halfway, she realizes we're heading home and tries to run home, often pulling on the leash, which I'm trying to avoid.

It's pretty cold outside (Living near Toronto, Canada) but she was completely fine a few weeks ago, and she absolutely loved to frolick and play in the snow. We use a wax for her paws and avoid salted paths.

She did get groomed and lost a significant amount of coat. I was concerned she was getting cold, but she's very happy and eager to relax on our balcony for 15 mins at a time despite it being cold outside.

She's been having a lot of digestion issues, and I'm going to see the vet about her stomach problem, could that be linked? She's still quite eager to play.

Any suggestions for how to get her to enjoy walking? I'm looking for new routes but due to the snow very few routes are convenient and safe.

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Keeping puppy awake in the evenings?

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Our 9 week old lab puppy Meeka (pet tax) is a great sleeper already. We crate her at bed time (9ish) and she gets up once, maybe twice a night to potty. Then back to the crate and she settles pretty quickly.

The issue is I need to shift her sleep schedule. She is she's falling asleep on the couch with us in the evenings around 6-6:30 and sleeps til bed time, wake up, potty, straight to bed. But she's up at 4:30-5am. I'd really like to get her to sleep/be content in her crate til 6 or 7am.

I know this simply means not letting her sleep on the couch after dinner. But a) how do I convince my husband she needs to shift her schedule? cause he really like the quiet evenings and he gets up at 4am so this doesn't impact him. And b) How do you keep a puppy awake who is super super sleepy?

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Exercise for a puppy

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I have a 8 month old border terrier x pug and just wondering how much exercise he should be getting? As I'm scared to damage his bones etc. He has a 10 minute walk in the morning 15 minutes in the afternoon. A long 1 – 2 hour walk in the day. And plenty of play time. Is this too much? I have read the guidelines of 5 mins for every month. But if we exercise him that little he is very boisterous and seems bored/ under stimulated. Also is he near fully grown at this age? Which he can then walk A lot longer?

Thanks everyone

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My puppy has learned to weaponise tactful barking and is now being a naughty bastard

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I'm having a few issues with my 14-week-old golden retriever and was wondering whether you guys could help me. He's very smart (sometimes annoyingly so) and quickly learned to bark when he needed the toilet so that I'd know to take him outside. Fast-forward a week and he's now learned that barking means I'll always take him outside, so he uses it as a way to free himself from enforced naps in the kitchen (I try to put him there every couple of hours). It used to be a reliable tool to avoid accidents on the kitchen floor but now I can no longer trust him to use it wisely. It's also super frustrating having to take him out, waiting while he does absolutely nothing and just sits there chewing rocks, bringing him back inside, putting him in the kitchen, and then having him bark again as soon as I sit down. Repeat ad infinitum.

Are there any ways to teach him that barking should only be used as part of toilet training rather than to be freed/get attention? I really don't want to ignore his barks wholesale and then have to clean up a very messy kitchen floor just because he's become a puppy who cries wolf. I've tried ignoring him when I thought it was still far too soon for him to need the toilet after eating, but turns out there's no such thing as too soon.

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“What do you mean coozies aren’t toys?..”

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Two week old puppies are very wiggly

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