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Hi everyone! I have a bit of a wild case, so I hope you can help me out. I don’t know if this qualifies as a puppy, but I have a chocolate lab less than a year old (about 9 months?) who is in desperate need of training.
My little brother (21) got the dog immediately after his last one died. We adopted the previous one from my cousin, who had him already trained. He was very well behaved and knew how to live in the house. This time around my parents have a brand new puppy for him and it has been nothing short of a disaster. My shoes are all chewed up, the carpets we just shampooed are ruined again, and the house smells awful as a result. I’ve yelled at my brother to take care of his dog, but training consists of yelling, the occasional smack, and leaving him in his crate when he messes up for hours on end. He has never been uncaring and genuinely loves his pets, but it’s obvious he’s far too lazy and the dog is suffering as a result. He also refuses to give up the dog, which I know is the obvious answer but something I can’t do.
I’d like to try training the dog in hopes that with a better attitude, things will get better in the house and the puppy will calm down a bit. It’s not like I don’t have the time thanks to this quarantine. But truth be told I don’t know much about training dogs. I’ve had dogs in the past but much like our previous one, they were already trained. Where would I start? How can I house break him?
Any advice or reading material would be greatly appreciated.
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