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Mickey asks...

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What are your training fees

Beverly asks...

Buttercup will not walk with me on a leash. She wants to run and lunge and pull me. I have tried those things that go around the mouth. She just falls down to the ground and won't walk at all. How can I get her to walk slowly with me, beside me and not try to pull me and run out of control

Caitlon asks...

This question is about: Puppy Management

So the person who was watching tge puppy during the work day won't anymore. I work a ten hour day 4 days a week and let her out at lunch. My question is if that is ok or if she would be better off with someone else?

Marcy asks...

This question is about: Aggression to a dog or other animal or where the dog is aggressive to the owner or a stranger Barking at people, dogs, animals, birds or where the dog barks for attention or at the slightest noise Destructive chewing that results in destruction of furniture, woodwork etc Hyperactivity Jumping up at visitors or the dog jumps up at people on walks Pulling on the Lead

I don't have a dog...we aren't allowed pets in our apartment bldg., however, I love dogs and have always had one at home. I work part-time at a doggie daycare and boarding facility. I want to ask an expert a couple questions: Our facility has a rule of dog/human ration of 25/1. I personally think that 25 is too many dogs for one person to monitor and control...sometimes it's even 27 or 28...what do you think? Also, if a dog pulls at your clothes and bites thru them the minute you walk into the play yard, could it have been something I had done? I was told I lacked control and showed fear...I am never afraid when I enter the play yards, & I know that dogs also love to pull on clothes...this dog just wouldn't leave me alone! Was it me? I was being made to feel that it was all my fault...I appreciate your reply. Thank you!

Jenny asks...

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

We have two fixed male lab and mastiff mixes that we rescued at 2. They were both potty trained, one was a tad standoffish and growled if we laid on him sometimes but stopped after a few months and never did it again. We had a baby and he is now almost 2. One dog is great the other was fine and then seemed really nervous, became better and is now not doing good and has grumbled at the toddler a few times and has now peed in the house 4-5 times in the basement. When he comes upstairs the toddler wants to chase him and he appears so jumpy and nervous at every toy drop so I put him in the basement where he has a bed and food and water. What can we do to train him to relax and not have to feel like we have to seperate everyone from room to room as toddler gets a little older and less wild.

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