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9 week collie mix, learned sit/down and leave it pretty easily with the clicker and treats. However lately he's been doing things we normally say leave it to (i.e. jumping up on the coffee table to try to lick whatever we have up there, messing with the curtains, digging/chewing around the floor moulding, etc.) Just for the treat (expected). Is this something that gets better with age and repetition or do we have a dog too smart for his own good?
Edit: he also likes to cycle between all the things we click for like walks in his crate for a second, chews on his toys, but when we don't reward he moves on to the 'leave it stuff. He gets frustrated when we don't give him treats when we don't tell him to do those things.
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