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Doggy trust fall

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Our new golden retriever puppy

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Three year old dog suddenly demand barking a ton but only at the park

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Posting on behalf of my friend:

3 year old terrier basenji mix. He LOVES to play fetch. He will play with other dogs on hikes and at home but at our local park he will only play fetch.

There is a grassy area and then a fenced dog park area. A lot of people play fetch on the grass and in the dog park. I was playing fetch with him on the grass and then would go into the dog park to chat with neighbor friends and he would hang and get his breathing down from fetch, then we'd walk home. He has played fetch in the dog park in the recent past.

Sometimes he'd bark while we played fetch but this past week he has gotten really bad. He barks constantly during fetch and then if we go into the dog park he will bark incessantly and I have to remove him. Before he might do one or two demand barks during fetch, which I realize should have been stopped sooner. But now he will just bark continuously until I take him home.

He doesn't bark much at home or elsewhere. Just at these two spots where he has played fetch.

I'm unsure what to do:

Should I stop taking him to the park for a while?

Should I ignore it? He will bark for 10 straight minutes and it is annoying for others

Should I bring treats and make him do training at the park?

Anything else?

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Should I train my puppy to use pads?

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I have recently acquired a miniature Schnauzer puppy (3 months old) and have been training her for the past 3 weeks. I have been able to get her to (almost) only relieve herself outdoors, but as I'm going to soon move into an apartment, I was wondering if it would be worthwhile to train her to start using puppy pads?

-PS- I would also enjoy some tips for training to use puppy pads, as I'm still pretty inexperienced with training pups.

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Stubborn, scared or something else? My “trainable” breed doesn’t want to be trained

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I have an Australian Shepherd that I rescued over a year ago. At the youngest, he is 3 yrs old now but he could be older. When I got him, he new nothing. He was timid, submissive and anxious. All of that has been successfully worked through and he is a fantastic dog overall. The only thing I still can’t seem to “fix” is his opinion on learning.

He finally knows all of the basic commands but has always seems to hate learning. I’ve read up on body language and when asking him to preform a command or when trying to teach a new one, he pulls his ears back and hunches over, closing his mouth tight and tries to end the training session ASAP. He has little interest in food, even real meat and he seems totally disinterested in doing tricks, solving puzzles, or doing any thing “enriching.”

So half the time I’ll ask him to do something, he will just hunch over and stare at me looking miserable. I’ve tried using play and toys to reward him but he responds even less to commands because he is so focused on play. Like I said, he is generally well behaved so the fact that he doesn’t want to do tricks or commands isn’t that bad but I do wish he could learn a few more things and listen maybe just a bit better. Sometimes it comes across as him being very stubborn. As I also mentioned he has almost no desire to participate in enriching activities such as chewing on bones, sniffing, solving dog puzzles or eating out of Kongs. I feel like this is related and feel badly leaving him home all day since he doesn’t do anything.

Any tips or suggestions? Could it have something to do with being neglected as a puppy? Is it a personality trait or something I’m doing wrong?

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Nipping and getting hyper

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I have a 12 week old black lab puppy. Generally he’s great. Already potty trained, getting a really good recall, etc. But he nips and gets really hyper. He will start jumping around, trying to bite/grab, play growl, etc. I also have a small child so this is problematic. A lot of times, trying to correct the behavior makes him more excited so I either kennel him or put him outside until he calms down. Is this something he will grow out of? How do I go about correcting the behavior? He’s growing quickly and I need it under control because he will be big enough to really hurt my kid on accident if I don’t. I know he’s teething and some of the chewing behaviors will subside with that but he does have a little bit of that puppy rough play that is problematic.

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How can I learn to recognise my puppy’s toilet cues?

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I have a 7 month old Border Collie mix breed pup. We got him at 5 months old from a rescue centre where he wasn’t trained at all.

We have had a bit of a struggle with toilet training, but he is getting better. He can now hold it while in his crate overnight which is great!

However, during the day and evening when he is free in the house with us he seems to go toilet at random, and at random places in the house. I try and take him outside once per hour (give or take). Sometimes he will go, sometimes he won’t.

Often he will go toilet inside not long after I’ve taken him out.

Does anyone have any pointers on what to look for/ how to recognise his cues? He doesn’t whine or go to a specific place so I’m lost.

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Anti-Barking Dog Repeller Pet Training Ultrasonic Device

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Teaching Javi to recognize doggie social queues

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We have a 2 yr old Newfie who has always been rambunctious. We recently got him a labradoidle sister who we all love dearly. But Javier doesn't take queues from her or other dogs very well and often over steps what is ok. Any way to help him understand what other dogs are communicating?

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Stopped a guy in a gas station parking lot to ask for a pic of his dog, he offers to take her out of the car and says, "Pixie, you’re going to be a star." She is!

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