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Corina asks...This question is about:
He is very aggressive with other dogs we can't walk him or take to park the sight of another dog he goes crazy . He's a jumper also pulls when we walk him
Kristen asks...This question is about:
My boyfriend and are a trying to work on bring our dogs together. What is the best way to go about introducing them? Their size difference makes having a neutral or fair situation more difficult.
Sumeet asks...This question is about:
I have a problem taking my dog out at night. I have tried waking up every 2-3 hours to take her out, but I get NO sleep that way. We have also tried just letting her sleep and cleaning up in the morning, but does that affect the house training process the next day? I want to try waking up every 5 hours to take her out which will only mean once a night and I will get sleep, but will that work?
Hannah asks...This question is about:
Our Siberian Husky is totally terrified of strangers. We live in an apartment and every time we have to take him to go to the bathroom it is likely we will be met by another tenant. When confronted with a stranger he will cower, tuck his tail, try to run away, and sometimes urinate. Children seem to give him a higher level of anxiety. If he even hears a child he panics. They can be much farther away and have the same effect as an adult much closer. He is capable of learning to trust people that he sees frequently. For example, he was terrified of my parents but now loves them after several visits. He absolutely loves other dogs, plays with them in a good nature and isn't scared of anything else. We tried having people giving treats but he refuses to take even his most favored treat. We thought huskies were supposed to love most everyone, which is why they are considered bad guard dogs. He learns commands quickly and listens well. There are no other evident character flaws. We just want him not to be terrified every time he sees a person.
Toni asks...This question is about:
I have 3 dogs. Bella is a 2 yr old german shepherd, Hunter is a 2 yr old german shepherd/american staffordshire and Paisley is a 1 yr old american staffordshire. They are good with each other inside the house or out of the deck. If we let them out in the fenced in yard and they start running, Hunter and Paisley start fighting bad. My husband and I have to break it up and we all end up getting hurt. How can we stop this. PLEASE HELP!!!!