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Kait asks...

This question is about: Puppy Management

My puppy is being very rough with my other dog. He is being very gentle with her, but she has hurt him multiple times. Is this something that will learn on her own, or do I need to work on it with her somehow? If yes, what is the best way to do so?

Alexis asks...

This question is about: Puppy Management Toileting

Potty Training: I started my dog potty training the moment I got him 2 and a half months ago. He doesn't poop in the house and doesn't pee on carpet. BUT-- for example: I will let him outside, go with him to direct him to do his business. He will do that. When we get inside he puts his ears down and goes again. If you talk to him in a high voice he also puts his ears down and starts to potty again. Other scenarios include, wetting his kennel even after he is let out. He potties on the couch; hence there is a barrier to prevent it from soaking. I know punishment doesn't teach them, What do I do? My other dog doesn't do this, and I know it isn't a territory thing because they get separation anxiety if they aren't together; I mean they don't like to be without each other. If it isn't that, I'm not sure how to correct it.rnrnLooking forward to hearing back. rnrnThanks so much!rnrn--Alexis

Denise asks...

This question is about: Hyperactivity Jumping up at visitors or the dog jumps up at people on walks Separation Anxiety

Our two dogs chase cars really bad and I am worried they will get run over. My husband just passed away and it seems to be getting worse. They are Jack Russell, can they be trained to stop doing that. I hate to use the shock collars because they love to roam the back yard and they are still adjusting to losing my husband. He was here with them every day and I can't be.

Linda asks...

This question is about: Aggression to a dog or other animal or where the dog is aggressive to the owner or a stranger

Cracker bites strangers and is especially hostile to men until they gain his trust.rnQuestion: What is the percentage of likelihood that he can be taught not to bite?rnORrnQuestion: do you know if he can be taught not to bite?

Kathleen asks...

This question is about: Aggression to a dog or other animal or where the dog is aggressive to the owner or a stranger

She is great with everyone even kids but when it comes to other dogs she's very perticular who she likes or who she wants to attack and she will definetly try to attack a dog is he/shes on the property (in the yard or house) and the moment i touch another sog she goes crazy and wants to attack the dog. How can i train her so maybe down the road i will be able to have another dog or be able to take her to dog parks??

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