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My dog keeps jumping both on me and at other people when I take her out for walks (on a leash with a harness so she doesn’t strangle herself). How can I curb this behaviour?

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Further details is that she is 5 months old and is a Australian silky terrier.

I want to curb this behaviour especially since she isn't fully toilet trained and often pees everywhere and walks around with wet paws which she firmly stamps on my legs.

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(Another) Crate Training question

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There are so many crate training questions on here, but I didn’t see any that matched my circumstances. I have a one year old goldendoodle who is very well trained…. thanks to a lot of you here. She doesn’t chew or snatch human snacks, doesn’t get on the furniture, and isn’t allowed on the beds. But ever since we brought her home at 8 weeks the crate has been a battle. She’s not food motivated and a kong stuffed with peanut butter or a bully stick doesn’t entice her into something she doesn’t want to do. Feeding her in there has always been a no go because she pays little attention to her food bowl. We stuck with it for a year though, crating her in our kitchen every night before bed. And she’d go in, not that willingly but she knew she was supposed to. Recently it seems to be a bigger and bigger battle to get her crated at night, so much so that sometimes she won’t come inside or my husband will have to pick up all 60 pounds of her and carry her into the kitchen. I said well trained and I know that THOSE two things don’t indicate a well trained dog. I think it’s all just stubbornness on her part. Once she’s in the crate, she’s silent until morning (we did have a bout of her barking at night in there that we powered through), but she’s always standing and waiting for us to come let her out.

We’re going to be bringing a baby into the family soon, so I’m wracking my brain and scouring the web trying to sort out the best thing to do so that we can figure out her sleeping situation before we’re up with a baby at night and her world gets turned upside down. I mentioned that we keep her crate in the kitchen, since she is accustomed to and comfortable in a crate for boarding, injury, or illness, is it the worst thing to just let her sleep in the kitchen at night? It seems like I’ll still have what I ultimately want – a dog who doesn’t need human contact at night to rest happily, and I won’t be battling a dog and a baby to go to sleep before I can get some shut eye.

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How much exercise and what counts as exercise for 14 week old Lab?

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So we are getting close to my guy being able to go out for walks in public, and I miss my daily walks so I’m looking forward to that day. I know the rule of the thumb is 5 mins * age in months twice per day, but does that include just formal, on-leash type walks? Or would it include tug, fetch (on hardwood floors), general chasing me around the house, etc? Because he’s still going to get 45 min pet sitting visits twice a day, and they usually try to get him to play while they’re here.

My first Lab ended up with dysplasia despite his line being clear for it, and Crosby enjoys doing all the things he’s technically not supposed to do, so I’m trying to be hyper vigilant, but I also want him to get comfortable with leash walking since that’s an important part of my day, and I’d like him to be able to join me.

And if anyone has ever had a rough and tumble Lab puppy, you know trying to keep them from hurting themselves and play nicely when they really get going is next to impossible. My guy has now decided launching himself and attempting to Superman onto my sofa is great fun this weekend… 🙄🤦🏻‍♀️

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Regression with night crate training.

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Hi all.

A couple of weeks ago my pup started going into his crate at night with no issue. This lasted for about 5 days which was awesome.

His bedtime is 9:30PM and we tore him out with a walk/training/cuddles for two hours before that.

He is tired by then as last night he could barely keep his eyes open last night but when we put him in his crate he continued to cry whine and bark for 40 minutes and has for the last week.

He is now in the living room and has everything that he needs eg bed water blankets etc. I lay a few feet from the cage to settle him and sneak off which usually works within 5-10 minutes but he’s been having some really bad nights.

Last night he woke up at 4:30 AM – we let him go to the toilet but wouldn’t settle back down after that.

He is a 13.5 week old golden retriever and we live in an apartment so the loud barking at night/ in the morning isn’t ideal as Id like to try and disturb the neighbours as little as possible.

Anyone have any advice?

Thanks – tired dog parents.

Anyone have any advice?

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The zoomies. But all night long.

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This is new. We are into hour 3 now. Looks like I won’t be sleeping tonight. I really hope he doesn’t plan on making this a regular thing.

He’s always slept fine, in his tent kennel in our room. Tonight, he lost his everloving shit and bounced the thing halfway across the room. So I set him up in the living room with access out of the kennel, but not the room.

Bark bark bark bark bark!!! For an hour straight. Now I’m just sitting here in the living room with him, thinking about how I have to get up in like 4 hours. Seriously. Wtf.

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Toileting in crate

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My pup is around 20 weeks old (rescued so not clear on actual age) and we’ve had her for 8 weeks. She still has accidents every night.

She is being treated for a chronic (apparently rare and particularly resistant) bladder infection which our vet believes she had since before we got her. We believed this may be the reason she is peeing in the night (doesn’t wake us up to take her out) and didn’t want her to learn it was okay to pee in her crate so began leaving the crate door open. She continued to pee on the kitchen floor at least once a night.

She has now been on antibiotics for a few weeks so hopefully the bladder infection has lessened (though she will be retested in two weeks at vets instructions just to check) I had hoped that she had now learnt that her crate was her sleeping place and not to pee there but crated her last night and she peed in her bed.

Throughout the day she is house trained and the bladder infection doesn’t appear to impact her toilet use (goes out once every few hours, not every five minutes).

I’m at a loss as to what to do. We haven’t had one clean night since we got her and I’m worried about this being learnt as normal for her and so continuing… any advice will be greatly appreciated

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Dog is possessive over me?

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I’m fostering a dog (hoping to adopt him soon) and we just got him today. I spent a few hours with him before work today, and as soon as my fiancé got home and tried to cuddle with me on the bed, the dog (Chip) starting growling and snapped at him. I don’t want to just give up on him. What do I do?

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Crate Issues

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Our ~7 month old pup has been in the crate since she was with her foster mom. She had done so well during the day (I work from home) for a few hours at a time and then at night time she’d go in for a treat and lay right down.

Now, she still does great during the day, but night time is a BATTLE. We’ve tried reinforcing that barking in the crate gets you potty time. Two times of that go by.. still barking. The crate is a little ways away from our bed- we’ve tried covering 3 sides, different crate mats/beds/blankets.

However, moving the crate to our other bedroom/office seems to result in her barking for a minute or two and then lays down and passes out. Ideally I’d like to have her back in our room at night so I don’t have to continually move the crate. Any ideas?

Thanks in advance!

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Suggestions for puppies that cry or whine in their crate

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New to the community and wanted to share some advice my boyfriend’s dad gave me! We just adopted an 8 week old puppy and he was constantly crying and whining in his crate. So my boyfriend’s dad suggested that we put an analog clock somewhere close to his crate (not inside because he might pee on it or break it). The clock mimics the sound of a heart beat and for puppies who are missing their mom or litter mates, this helps them feel less alone. Another suggestion he gave us was to put a heated blanket or a heating pad in the crate. We used a heating pad placed inside a ziplock bag (so he won’t pee on it) and the put it under his crate pad. He hasn’t made a sound since we started doing this! I hope this helps someone!

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Scared of people, normal?

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Rottweiler puppy is about 4 months and we've had her about a week. She great with me and the kids. My husband accidentally scared her on her second night here so while she's mostly fine with him sometimes she gets skittish.

Today we took her to a friend's house. She was scared/skittish of the husband. He was really great with her, calm, slow, but expressed concern that she was so skittish and maybe she'd been abused. Just want to confirm my feeling that she's still new to us, still a puppy, and this doesn't seem out of the ordinary.

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