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[help] crate/kennel training

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Hi guys i have a 2 year old staffie who i adopted a week ago she’s warmed up to our house pretty quick i have a kennel/sleeping are built for her which is in my bedroom every night she voluntarely goes in there by herself so that’s no issue however we have a hallway where she stays during the day when no one is home or some times we put her day when we’re about to have dinner etc but there are times where we struggle a little bit for her to get in to her hallway area which is closed off by a safety gate she is only allowed to roam through the house when we’re just watching tv for a about an hour after we have taken her on a walk and what not she will go in if i get one of her treats and make her follow me into her area once she is inside i give her the treat and tell her to stay and close the gate will she eventually just go in there whithout me having to use a treat or a toy etc to get her to go in? I don’t wanna force her in there by carrying her or pulling her with her leash because i don’t want her to see that hallway as a punishment we have her bed and a few toys in there for her so its pretty much just an oversized kennel also i guess i should mention that she’s also my first dog ever so i don’t have much experience with crate training or kennel training i assume im doing it right but i thought i’d get opinions and tips from you guys here since some of you have more experience with this than i do

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First vet visit, questions on my decisions, risks, socialization, etc.

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Hi, just had a first vet visit with my 9-week sheltie girl and wanted to ask people here to kindly let me know what I did wrong, because the overall experience was a bit chaotic and mildly frustrating.

We had her for one week only, and while we did a lot of socialization and desensitization at home, we didn't manage to introduce her to lots of people this week. And as you may expect every one at the vet's lobby tried to approach the cute 9-week puppy, and she clearly seemed unsure about it, backing up and being very alert. Me and my wife politely asked people not to approach and not pet her, as she is scared enough already, and tried to calm/praise her and bombed her with treats. We want to let her meet people on her own terms in a less stressful environment, and don't allow other unknown people approach and pet her yet, until she is more confident with others. Is that OK? Or maybe we're being helicopter parents here and should just let some old dude in mask come close to the scared puppy and pet her? Basically the same question, but about dogs, and also adding disease risk to the equation. At the vet lobby there were a couple of other dogs, and thanks god they didn't give a shit about a puppy who barked at them, but still she seemed a bit afraid of them. I kept her on a leash and didn't let her approach the other dog, as she only had her 1st round of shots and I don't want to risk her getting any possible diseases from the other dog. So, same question, is that OK? Or do you think it might be a first step into a leash reactivity hell? Related to 2. We live close to the vet (5-10 mins on feet), so I've carried her on my hands to the office. I didn't plan on letting her on the floor, but once we arrived to the lobby she started twitching a lot so I had no choice put to let her on the floor (she became much more calm after that). But the thing is, common sense suggests me that the risk of getting parvo/some other shit at the vet lobby is close to the one in the dog park, i.e. very high. Vets were cool about it so I didn't worry about putting her to the floor too much, but now I do worry. Should I? On socialization in general, we also had a first behaviorist/trainer lesson today. And I got a conflicting information from her and from the vet. Basically, trainer kept saying that we can take her outside already, just being extra careful. I kinda agree with that, because seeing the world from my hands is very different from what she'll experience in future, staying on the ground. And the ground itself is quite a different surface from what we have at home (we live in apartment) so it's also something I want to show her early. But the vet said that going outside now is a strict NO, no exceptions, and she should only be allowed at least one week after her 2nd round of shots, 2 weeks from now, so she'll be 11 weeks of age then, and even then be super extra careful. Prior to getting puppy, I've seen both opinions many times here on reddit, but the vet seemed very serious about it, so I tend to trust her, and going to carry my puppy on hands everywhere until 11 weeks, which is still seems to be inside a socialization window. What do you think?

Thank you

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Small successes!!

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So over the moon. My 10 week German Shepherd pup is now on his 5th day sleeping through the night with zero accidents, he fetches and brings back sticks without treats, tells me when he needs to go out, and can be calmed down with outside play time!!!

He’s been a full time job for me and I had a serious case of the puppy blues, so even though there’s still a lot of growing to do I’m just so happy we’ve made these big strides!! This subreddit has been so helpful, and the success stories felt like the only thing keeping me going sometimes, had to come and celebrate!!

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How to train a 6.5 year old German Shepherd/Chow to behave on walks.

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I adopted a 6.5 year old German Shepherd/Chow mix, and honestly hes almost perfect. Hes well behaved, calm, and obedient….. until we go outside.

When were on walks he will pull in every which direction, be in a constant alert state, and show aggression to other dogs. I've tried training him out of these behaviors but ive had very limited success.

I've tried doing the thing where we change direction when he pulls, but then he instantly pulls in the new direction. When he sees another person (or dog) he will her very alerted and want to rush over to them. Ill try to call him back but he just ignores me, even if I have treats.

Any advice on what im doing wrong or what I can do differently? I've tried looking up dog training videos on YouTube, but have had very limited success.

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My rescue with separation anxiety has made it up to an hour with me leaving!

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I rescued a dog back in May from a shelter because his temperament, personality, and size were all in line with what I was looking for. He is an Australian Cattle Dog (surprisingly low key; he likes chilling and cuddling more than playing although he enjoys both).

I thought I had done plenty of research until I was blindsided with a severe case of separation anxiety in him. I left him in his crate for 45 minutes one day to go and get a haircut. Came back to find he had mangled his crate, pried it open, then made the apartment look like a mini tornado had come through. Broke an expensive HD TV, chewed papers, the whole 9.

Before doing any research on it, I just decided to zip tie his crate shut and barricade it so he couldn’t escape (stupid on my part… I know) so I could go get groceries. Came back to find he soiled his crate, chewed himself bloody on the crate wires, and stunk the entire apartment up with how badly he was panting.

I did research and came up with a gameplan to tackle it effectively. I started running a couple miles with him in the morning to burn more energy than just a 30 minute walk then started working on desensitizing him to departure cues such as grabbing keys, wallet, etc. I also made the bold decision to stop crating him when I left. That worked like a charm, but he’d still start whining, pacing, and yawning any time I was gone more than 5 minutes. We worked from 5 minutes, to 10 minutes, to 20 minutes, now all the way up to an hour!

Today he finally hit the hour mark. He whined twice, but then calmed himself and laid on my sofa. I was watching through my Furbo the entire time and was only outside in my car (made sure to turn it on and “leave” so he’d hear it).

I imagine he could’ve gone longer but I don’t wanna press it just yet. Just wanted to share a minor victory with my rescue!

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Injury at birth left Rae with only the right ear. As she grew, it moved to the top of her head making her unicorn.

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Happy 80th birthday to Sir Patrick Stewart!

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Dog behaviour post dog-bite?

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I have an 8mo German Shep puppy. Hes a big boy weighing in at 45kg and is a very excitable pup. He jumps up when when meeting new people, and sometimes reacts to other dogs on walks. That being said, we have him on a head collar and are actively training him out of this. However tonight, while we were walking on leash, he was bitten by another hyperactive puppy and got 3 deep cuts on his mouth and nose. There were two dogs, both possibly around 1yo and a bit smaller than him. They were off leash in on a busy street. As we were walking past, one of the dogs tried to play and became very aggressive very quickly and bit him twice on the head. My puppy squealed with pain rather than trying to attack this other dog. I took pup to the vet asap and they warned this might cause negative type behaviours in my dog given this attack. To be very cautious around other dogs, animals, children and people from now on. That really worries me, especially as we are expecting a new baby in the next month…

He is currently sleeping, and seems ok but is a little restless and very clingy to me tonight. And very alert to any outside noises he can hear.

What is the likelihood he will became more reactive after this experience and what can we do to try to reassure him and socialise him normally with other animals/ humans. Does it mean we can never let him off leash again as the risk of him interacting with other dogs is too risky?

TIA

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HELP needed with adopted Yorkie

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We adopted a Yorkie that is about a year and a half old and we have been having a few issues with him. He has 3 serious issues that we need to get some advice for. He lunges at other dogs (not aggressively) and will let out a blood curdling scream/yelp until he gets to sniff the dog. Once he has sniffed him/her, he walks away without an issue and as if nothing happened. Keep in mind that we walk him twice a day, every day so he gets to see other dogs regularly. The other issue is his aggressiveness towards people, particularly people in uniform i.e construction workers, gardeners, maids, security etc. He will lunge at them violently and although he has not drawn blood, he will warn them with a slight nip at the ankles. This really concerns me. Thirdly, unless we take him to an off-leash dog park that he is familiar with, he will bolt and we have to run after him. He generally doesn't return on his own. PLEASE can you help as I have been to a trainer and it didn't help at all

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How do I connect a vocal command to a dog that sits automatically?

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I have a 5 month old Border Collie who is supposed to become a sheepdog so it's very important that he obeys vocal commands. However, ever since he was a puppy he'll sit right down at my feet whenever I'm standing still. I'm having trouble connecting a vocal command to it. I need him to sit when told, and to sit right where he's at and to not come up to me to obey the command.

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