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Jack asks...This question is about:
Hey! Thank in advance for any help you can give me. Currently I'm a college student and I have my own dog. However, when I come home, my family dog is known to have issues with strange dogs. He has had a few incidents where he has attacked a dog. I'm wondering what your best approach is. I can't just have them meet off leash because he could do a lot of damage to my puppy.
Lara asks...This question is about:
My question is we adopted a new puppy to add to the dog Lexus we already have and his name is Prince and a pitbull. My husband and I are doing the best training we can do but need further perfessional training. My question is how much do you charge? I do work at a vet called Chastain Meadow Brook Animal Hospital in McKinney. If you could get back to me that would be great! rnThank you, rnLara and Ron
Kyla asks...This question is about:
Marley barks at anyone not living in the household. . He likes to chase bikes or motorcycles..
Felicia asks...This question is about:
I have 2 small kids. One is 2 yrs and my second is 8 yrs. My puppy gets so overly excited when my girls are around that he lunges and nips at them. When I'm alone and we play hes calm, plays with his own toys, rests. But when the girls are up and with us he acts like a mad man. I know he's not aggressive but my girls get scared of him and soon he will be a big boy and I don't want him to take his behavior with him as he gets older. What can I do to stop this type of behavior?
Margaret asks...This question is about:
I just got my dog from a rescue and have had her a month. She is good as gold. She is definitely housetrained, but after about 2 weeks she started having accidents, usually not long after we come back from a walk. I don't know how to tell When she is done. Other times she prefers to sleep and can go 10 hours with no accident. So whether she didn't get it all out or she needs to go again, I don't know how to train her to signal that she needs to go. We have no yard so it's always walks. Usually she gets excited and runs around being playful, but she also does that when she knows it's treat time. How do i train her to maybe sit by the door, or scratch the door? Oh also of interest I am always at home with her when This hapoens. She has never had an accident when home alone. Thanks for you help.