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Will asks...This question is about:
I'm interested in becoming a professional dog trainer can you help me get more information on what it takes?
Mary asks...This question is about:
I have two male German shepherds both are not neutered. King is more aggressive towards Buddy. My question is if I get the King fixed will it help or hurt the situation? I'm planning on studding Buddy so I don't want to fix him. I've had him since he was a puppy and I got king 4 months ago and was under the impression that he was already neutered but when I got him he wasn't.
Ann asks...This question is about:
I love this girl soo much that its probably bad.for.her. I am widowed and have to work litterally 80 to 100 hr weekly. When I am home we take several walks, a car ride a day and take her in Petsmart several times a week because it is her favorite.store. She loves people, other animals not so much. My concern is when I Get home from work I get on the floor and we greet.each other for.about 5 minutes,I give her a treat and walk. When we get home she hides. She has alwayed love her "Space" but this seems a bit much. If I let her alone eventually she comes sleep with me. Does she feel overwhelmed? I just hate that she is home alone so much that maybe I am over doing.
Heather asks...This question is about:
I have 7 sisters that I was fostering and endind up adopting. I cant get them to listen when they are all together. They jump on everyone, chew everything, pee in house even thou both doors are open, When I have 1 or 2 outside with me they dont venture fare and when I call they come running but when there are 4 or more they take off and run over to the neighbors farm and dont respond to me or anuone else. Is there something I can do to get them to listen when they are all together like they do when they are alone? I would love foe them to be able to run amd swim in pond all together. rnThanks
Aline asks...This question is about:
My Husky has recently started displaying very agressive behavior towards a dog in our household, a 6 month old pit bull puppy. For 3-4 this behavior has escalated from mild to highly agressive and possibly dangerous for the puppy and my family during the attacks. Let me just say that our husky doesn't show agressive behavior towards ANY other dog except this pit bull puppy (we also have a German Shepard 4mths in our household) and our Husky has been introduced to other dogs various times. No aggression. As soon as the puppy approaches him(he's a very high strung, rowdy dog, jumps on our husky- and pretty much annoys him- the pit is not ours, and this behavior is causing a BIG conflict in our household) there is a full out attack from our husky onto the pit bull( pinning him down from the back of the throat, attacking his face, towering over him, charging, growling.) The pit submits to him, shows no interest in being dominant over our husky, he just continues to jump and annoy our husky. Our husky also bit my husband during one of the attacks, I'm afraid it's going to get much worse and result in the death of the pit bull or harming myself or my husband trying to break up the attack. I don't know what to do to control the behavior anymore.