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My family came back with two dogs from a rescue…

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Our family dog died a couple months ago, and we were devastated. He lived a good, long life, but I admit that we weren’t the best trainers. For one, he was never fully potty trained until the last few years of his life. My parents basically told me and my siblings that we had to take care of him. They would still pick up poo/clean pee, etc., until we were older, but then it was up to us (basically me) to bathe him, groom him, train him, etc. Looking back, we were really lucky he ended up as well-behaved as he was.

Anyway, we adopted two dogs from a rescue just last week, a 2-3 year old poodle and a 10 week old puppy. I’m back home after my first year in college, and I basically spend the entire day watching the puppy, potty training him, establishing a schedule, and introducing clicker training. I leave for college in September, so it really feels like I’m on a time crunch to get the puppy as trained as possible before everyone has work/school and less time to pay attention to him.

The poodle is such a sweetheart. The rescue told us that she was rescued from a home that abused her, so we were apprehensive at first, but she’s house trained and adores us. However, I’m dealing with a few problems. She knows zero commands, and she is way harder to train than the puppy. She flinches with every click, so I make sure to hold the clicker farther away from her, and I’m just giving her treats with it right now (no commands). She does this weird thing where she takes a bite of her food, spits it on her bed, and either slowly eats it or leaves it there. She bark at strangers and large dogs. We tried to leave her in an exercise pen the first night, but she cried for two hours (even when I slept next to her) and then climbed out. She currently sleeps at the foot of my bed.

My family is getting better at taking care of them, but I’m really worried about leaving. My mom believes that dogs should be left outside all day, including the four pound puppy (we have a pool with no gate). What’s more, we’ve had them for a week, and in two weeks my family is going on vacation to Hawaii. I would gladly cancel the vacation if I could, but they would never.

We are leaving them with a family friend who also has a dog and a puppy. I know that I’ll have to retrain the puppy after the week we are away, but I’m scared about the poodle’s separation anxiety.

My question is this: How do I prepare my dogs for a vacation/when I leave for college?

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Best food for a husky?

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I have a 5 month old Husky female who is on taste of the wild salmon puppy recipe and while her stools are good 90% of the time, she goes very frequently and will occasionally have a soft stool.

Should I consider switching food? She is a great dog who listens very well despite what I've read about them prior to bringing her home. I am a first time owner and want to be sure I am feeding her the highest quality of food that she can have and tolerate as I know not all of the premium dog foods are a fit for all.

I have looked into Zignature, Acana/Orijen and Merrick. Any help is appreciated!

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Year and a half old pupper has issues with other dogs/animals

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So her name is Onyx and she is about 19 months old now with no real obedience training. The people we had gotten her from claim she's a pitbull/bulldog mix of some kind. I didn't care what she was I just wanted a best friend. Turns out she is nothing like either of those breeds. She looks more like a terrier so I would assume she's closest to terrier.

While out on our walk or when she's outside in our fenced in yard, whenever she sees an animal, especially a dog, Onyx begins to become anxious to go see them. Problem is, she starts displaying aggressive behavior such as her scruff getting fluffed up along with the base of her tail and she begins to growl and sound really mean. I didn't know if she was really being aggressive at first or not, so I had a family member's dog meet her and she began her aggressiveness but when she finally met up with the dog she was extremely playful. That's the only time I've allowed her to meet up with any other dog so I'm not sure if that's how she would react everytime however. She would display the aggressive behavior towards birds, prairie dogs, and wooden statues of bears as well. But not other humans (she used to when she was smaller, but now just tugs towards other people.

Is she actually being aggressive? Other than this experience, she never has shown signs of being aggressive or mean whatsoever.

If not, what can I do to show her that's not the way to make friends? Thank you all in advance.

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petting octopus !

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Should you eat before you serve your dog

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I remember Mum telling me years ago that you should eat before your dog to show you are the alpha. I feel like modern thinking would say this isn’t the case…

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What should you do with your dog when you are eating dinner so that they don’t start to beg for food off your plate?

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Should you put them in their pen or crate while you are eating? Or so you only need to make sure you don’t feed them off your plate and that’s that? Is there anything more I can do?

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Newly single puppy parent? Tips?

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Recently ended a relationship with a guy I was going to bring home our puppy with. I had bought all of the supplies (and he got the puppy). Tips for being a single pet parent? Thanks

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Raising a puppy while dealing with anxiety

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Hi guys so I've been recently posting about my Samoyed puppy that I've had for a month now. I suffer from anxiety and have even been diagnosed with panic disorder but this year and a half things were looking much better for my mental health. I recently got a puppy and with him my anxiety and panic attacks are coming back full swing. I constantly worry about him. Whether or not he has contracted something; if he sneezes, throws up, or eats something he shouldn't have I immediately go into panic mode and will constantly worry about him. Today, I discovered that he might have a foxtail stuck between his paws so I'm going to take him into the vet ASAP. My panic attacks are getting more frequent since getting him because I'm so worried about him all the time. I was just wondering how those dealing with anxiety/similar situations cope with the worries and scares of having a puppy. (This is my first dog) What are some tips that will help put me at ease? Any tips are greatly appreciate.

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My dog never stops pulling!

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Please help me. I am so desperate. My husband and I have tried everything we saw on the internet but he’d never stop pulling while we walk. He is a cavalier King Charles spaniel who’s turning 2 years old in August. He’s such a perfect boy when he’s inside the house. He got better after I trained him using biscuits. However, he still tends to pull when he finds something interesting, trees, humans, other dong and so on. If I make him stop and sit, he’d cry and strats pulling again. And if we ever go on a street we have never been, oh well that’s hell to me. I get so irritated that I even feel like crying because he would completely shut down his system and wouldn’t hear me at all. (Even treats or punishment don’t mean anything to him when he’s in the new environment. He wouldn’t care.) I also tried to train him by making an inner turn and walking away from whatever he’s targeting at. The thing is, he’d be still pulling when we are making the turn! Walking is supposed to be fun but it drives me nuts! I bought a leash that is to prevent dogs from pulling which didn’t work either. Nothing works. I try to stay calm and patient but nothing seems to matter. I want to take him somewhere that’s not our usual route or even to the beach but it would be a huge pain in my butt!

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