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dog running off and eating whatever on walks

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i take my dog to a park that’s pretty public as we live in a city and there is free running of dogs allowed. she has almost perfect recall her only weakness is she runs off and eats shit she finds whether it be actual shit or some rotten food and she comes only after she’s finished. other than that she’s an absolute sweetheart and listens always. j feed her half her daily portion on walk so it might be out of hunger but when i fed her before walks she used to not be willing to work as much. i don’t know what to do

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Potty training in house problems

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Just got my 9 weeks old puppy for a week. I use a natural grass pad. She pees on it every time I lead her there and I rewarded her and she’s doing great. She just won’t poop there even I know she needs to go immediately (Interrupted when squat or sniffing around and take her there. She’ll just hold it until she reaches any carpet in the house.

I cleaned every accident spot with enzymatic cleaner and she’ll just pick a different palace.

Her vaccination is not done so I don’t want take her outside yet. Any suggestions?

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Any advice on how to train a 5-year-old husky that is becoming more aggressive?

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Hi everyone,

My family has a 5-year-old husky that has always had some form of territorial or possession anger. The issues usually arose when he had an object(sock or other forbidden items) or was being moved to an area.

I say used to as recently my family moved to Texas from India. I hadn't seen my dog in a year so I flew down to meet my family and him, only to hear he's been getting more aggressive, territorial, and has actually bitten the vet. I was amounting this to the stress from the move, but today I tried to pour him some water and he started showing me teeth and a slight growl. This was surprising as he has been following me around the whole week since I got here and been nothing but a gem towards me.

We tried to train him for years in India with professionals, but none of them were effective and we are going to find someone here too once Covid is a little less significant. I fear there are other reasons behind this and really want to prevent any further aggressive outbreaks. Do you guys have any tips on how to best train my dog to be less aggressive? We plan on neutering him soon, would that help reduce this behavioral issue? Thank you for any help!

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Looking to further my dogs training!

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I have an Aussie that is a year, and I’d love to try to treat her some more tricks or somewhat advanced tricks. She can sit, stay, lay down, roll over, play dead, speak, give kisses, come and I think that’s about it ! I’ve been thinking about getting a clicker and a dog treat bag for when I take her to the park to train her

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How long to give rescue a "trial-run" before rehoming?

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A coworker found a young male non-neutered tree walker hound on the side of the road that was extremely thin and dehydrated. He couldn't take it, so I decided to get it back to health and see if it would work out.

Took it to the vet who determined that he is roughly 2 years old and after a scare (anaphylactic reaction to vaccine/dewormer/heartworm meds), underweight , but otherwise in good health.

I live in an apartment with my girlfriend and two cats. She works from home and has been taking him on daily long walks, and we've been doing basic clicker/obedience training.

I'm worried he isn't going to work out with the cats. They are kept apart behind closed doors most of the day, and periodically we put up a baby gate to work on breaking his focus on the cats and letting them hopefully get used to one another.

We've been working almost two weeks now, but he still barks (usually just once) at the cats, and gives a low growl is he sees them from his crate at night.

We said when we took him in that we would give it a month to nurse him back to health before making a decision.

Does that seem like a fair amount of time?

I don't want to feel like I'm giving up on him too soon, but I'm also concerned that we may not be equipped to train a two year old dog to get along with cats.

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We should talk more about badgers

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Our pups’ very first hiking trip 🌲💪🏽. They were amazing!

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Feeling so defeated

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6 weeks with our sweet 14 week old pup and today was one of the worst we’ve had in a while. He sleeps great, is wicked smart and usually such a sweet cuddle bug. The potty training however. Oh the potty training. When we are on a strict schedule he does ok, still have yet to have an accident free day but good days it’s only one or two. On “off”’days or rainy days, that all goes out the window. He will come in from a long walk where he just peed and proceed to pee again right in front of you. Sometimes he’ll pee 4 times in an hour when he’s in “puppy” mode. He sleeps through the night in his crate and never pees on the couch when he’s hanging out with us or napping so we know he can hold it. The problem is is he is water obsessed and when it rains, he is licking all the water he can get on the grass which spirals his pee schedule. We had tests done at the vet, his bloodwork came back fine. His urine concentration was a bit low but vet thinks it’s because he’s a puppy and it was mid-day. Having his morning urine tested but she wasn’t terribly concerned. Should he be understanding that it’s not OK to pee inside at this point? I feel like I’m failing him, either missing cues or failing to establish myself as the one in charge. We’ve tried positive reinforcement, time outs, ignoring, practically living outside, nothing seems to be sticking. Any advice or success stories welcome. Tomorrow’s another day, just hopefully with less accidents.

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How do I keep my white puppy clean between baths?

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My dog gets into messes at doggy daycare and comes back SO dirty from being outside or even when they’re inside, their rubber floors get dirty fast. I can’t bathe him every day… I have those deodorizing wipes but they don’t really clean his fur. I tried to kinda spot wash his fur but that doesn’t seem to be a thing since I have to get him very wet to be able to really lather his fur. Any tips would be great!

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Puppy gets urinating is for outside, but doesn’t get it for defecating.

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Hey all! I've got a 9 week old puppy, and she's great. Fast learner. She's gotten really great with holding her pee already until we are outside, and definitely knows I'm looking for that when we go out. Defecating – not getting it. She won't pee in her crate but she's happy to poop, and then smear it all over. And just now we were outside for upwards of 30 minutes waiting, she wouldn't go, then right when she got in, she squatted to poop.

Any advice? Thanks!

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