Here`s another great article:
My 3 month old golden retriever is a bit unruly. He knows what "No" means but disobeys nonetheless. An example would be the cat food bowl. I see him creeping up to it and I tell him No sternly. He stops and we get into a stare off. He continues moving towards it and I say No again. Stare down again. Then he would go for it unless I walk towards him, in which case he'd scurry off.
Same thing with trying to get on the couch, chewing furniture and getting into forbidden rooms.
How common is this and how do we work it out?
Glad I found this sub btw, very nice
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