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Aoun asks...This question is about:
My German Shepherd is 7months old & he is not aggressive at all, i want him to bark at strangers cause my home is not secure. I love him verry much & he loves me more, i play with him regularly & i want to make him a proper watchdog cause my home is out secure at all..
Jj asks...This question is about:
can i have you stop my neighors three loud barking pit bulls?
Susan asks...This question is about:
He is food aggressive with people food especially around our other dog. This morning he stoled a roast off the counter when I went to get it from him he bit me. Broke the skin rnHe steals food or goes in the garbage often. We got him as a rescue dog 4 years ago. Otherwise very good dog. I can take his dog food away while he is eating and he dosent care.
Shelby asks...This question is about:
My 9 week old puppy is seeming more difficult than other dogs I've had. I know he's still a bit young however we are having a very rough time with him. We take him out once every hour and a half to two hours. I've been told two things. The first is to let the dog lead you on a short leash so they can find their "potty spot". The other is to really "walk them around. We have tried both. When we let jack lead us he will walk around for maybe thirty seconds and then sit and stare at us until we make him follow us. Then when he gets going we start letting him lead us. When we lead him he will follow close behind and again sometimes stop to stare at us. Sometimes he comes to our call other times he will sit down and wimper until we again MAKE him follow us. Either way usually after struggling with him for about 20 to 30 minutes he will usually pee a couple of times. And occasionally he will poop but no matter what when we get him back inside he ALWAYS pees on the floor again within 20 minutes. We have him on scheduled feedings and take him out after each meal. And we even have a special potty pad in our bathroom for him that he can use in case of emergencies. He's used it a couple times but what's weird is he sleeps on it. He has a special pet bed in our room but he still chooses to sleep on the "pee spot" which I've always been told dogs don't potty in their personal space so it's confusing. We just don't know what to do with him. Pleeeeease helllllp
Rick asks...This question is about:
Dog is great except for jumping on people. How do we stop this? He has already learned how to sit, stay, lay, is very trainable and smart.