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Posted on: 1:30:27 AM 2/3/2010

I certainly would not give him treats in this situation. Nor would I allow him to meet my guests until his behavior shapes up.

Begin training him with someone who is willing to subject themselves. Put a 6 ft leash on the dog and...

Posted on: 12:49:54 AM 2/3/2010

I don't think it was a freak accident. He did it TWICE!

He would have been severely reprimanded if he'd been mine. That is a totally unacceptable behavior.

There are NO acceptable excuses for your dog to bite you. He obvio...

Posted on: 12:33:43 AM 2/3/2010

Make the bedroom off limits to your boxer. Cesar has done television segments on how.

She's marking it as her territory before your other dogs claim it...

Posted on: 12:17:30 AM 2/3/2010

Never spray a dog. You must respect the dog, train it firmly and consistently. Dogs will obey who they respect if they know what to do.

So the ball is always in your court. If the dog hasn't learned, the teacher hasn't taught.

Posted on: 12:01:06 AM 2/3/2010

Maybe the first class for a puppy would be group obedience but group classes are almost impossible to have to dog focus totally on you and the training. It's just too much chaos in them so don't expect to attend just one and think that's all the...

Posted on: 11:52:47 PM 2/2/2010


No, she meant 6 inches. A 6 ft leash should be used but she was speaking for having the dog walk in the heel position. 6 inches is just about right to have instant control if needed. Otherwise, your dog has control at the en...

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