my new puppy is the cutest thing and i don;t want anything to happen to him. and the last cupple nights we keep him in a cage, and in the morning we let him in and feed him and then let him outside and then... HE RUNS AWAY!!!!!!!!! he ran away about 3 or 4 times and we had him for,1 month. my biggest fear is if he goes into the woods, well we have a street at the end and if he goes to far you know the rest of that sentence! i need HEEEELP! infact he i lost right now!!!!!!!!!!!!
Well, since it's already been mentioned, I'll just let you know I agree with the previous posters. If you're really scared about something happening to your pup, take the necessary precautions to make sure you aren't the cause of your dog being lost in the woods or ending up in the street.
Petstar Is he always caged except for potty and eating? If so, he may be just trying to get some exercise. If you aren't allowed to have a fence in your area, try putting up a portable kennel outside or take him on loooong walks on a leash so he can get rid of that pent up energy. Obedience is a must. In my area they even have pre-obedience training for very young (2 months) pups, just to social them more with other dogs. Please look into some of these options. We sure don't want to read where your dog is now Lost.... Take care, and remember Patience, patience, patience!! He is just a baby.
Not to come across as rude but why do you have a puppy if you don't have time to train him? Puppies take a lot of time and you should have known this BEFORE getting this little guy. You can take him to OB classes once a week, how hard is that? Work with him for 30-45 mins a day at least when your home. If you have a fence why are you worried about him getting into the woods? The fence should stop him, unless your fence in inadequate then you need to fix it for his safety. For you to be happy and for him to be happy he needs at least basic OB.
You seriously need to take some time out of your day to work with this little guy. The way things are going now it will only get worse the older he gets.
What breed is this puppy?
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