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Rachel asks...

This question is about: Other

Izzy recently got attacked by a dog (a week ago) to the point that she had to go get stitches and pain medication. She's healing up nicely, however, her behavior is all out of sorts (which, mine would be too if I got attacked). I was just wondering if there was something that we could do to help her out; she wakes up in the middle of the night to go out side 3 times a night and she remains outside for extremely long periods of time-- she's never done this before. Also, she started to sleep in the bathroom and garage-- she's never don't that before either.

Karen asks...

This question is about: Toileting

I just recently brought my daughters dog to my house to live. He is a very gentle and loving, but with four small children and a very small house it was not good for poor Titan. He has been lifting his leg and peeing on furniture in my house. At least two or three times every day. We have a doggie door that he uses all the time. For years, whenever my daughter would visit, she would bring him and he always used the doggie doorand did his peeing outside. I am guessing its because of the sudden change to his world, but how do we retrain him FAST before my home is ruined?

Heather asks...

This question is about: Aggression to a dog or other animal or where the dog is aggressive to the owner or a stranger Destructive chewing that results in destruction of furniture, woodwork etc Hyperactivity Pulling on the Lead

I have tried everything. My husband and I have been working on training him for over a year and the only thing we have accomplished is "sit." He pulls on his leash and goes after other dogs aggresively. We have been trying to stop and go method for this whole year, we have tried no pull collars and holsters. We praise him for doing well and stop and wait til he stops pulling. I have timed waiting an hour waiting on him to stop pulling on the leash and then going the other way. I have tried treat training and the prong collars. It works for a bit and then he seems to not care or ignore it all together. I am at my wits end and need some advice. He has injured me several times from how intense he is about pulling. I am talking broken fingers and such. Please help!

Shirley asks...

This question is about: Destructive chewing that results in destruction of furniture, woodwork etc

Gotti wants to chew on shoes and things he can find on tables toliet paper how can I make him stop?

Aspen asks...

This question is about: Puppy Management Toileting

how do I get my dog to go to the door if he has to use the bathroom.

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