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Posted on: 8:55:41 PM 3/16/2009

I've always started at 8 weeks. The younger the better. Puppies are always learning, and if you wait till 6 months, they can be harder to untrain learned behaviors. If you start very young they learn quickly and you can be sure they are learning what...

Posted on: 2:53:35 PM 3/14/2009

Well, it depends on which school you choose.
You'll need to find one who uses the methods for training that you agree with. It should be a humane place that doesn't use punishment. Any place you choose you should visit before you enroll.Make su...

Posted on: 9:59:12 PM 3/12/2009

I hate to say this, but maybe a man abused your puppy. Dogs don't tend to forget ifsomeone hurt them badly. I had a doxie that I ended up putting to slep because she attacked 4 of my dogs. Anyway it took her almost a year of me being kind to her befo...

Posted on: 9:40:28 PM 3/12/2009

Don't forget puppies' sphincter muscles aren't developed till they're 4 months (16 weeks) old. Until then it's pretty much all about prevention. If the puppy pottys in ther crate sooner than 2 hours, take it out before 2 hours is up. tying the puppy ...

Posted on: 10:08:59 PM 2/28/2009

Min pins are not known for bad attitudes toward other dogs, they are however known for protecting their territories. That said is rather bad for your dog to be attacking a puppy, that is only 7 weeks old(It's also illegal to aquire a puppy under 8 we...

Posted on: 9:55:55 PM 2/28/2009

Leaving the room and closing the door, or putting the dog out of the room can help too. definitely stop playing, quit smiling, turn away.and ignore the dog as soon as he nips one time.

Don't use peanut butter,some dogs are allergic to it.

Posted on: 9:25:06 PM 2/28/2009

I can sure understand wishing for more quiet.:) I have a doxie that I took somewhere once. She barked every minute she was awake,for 2 days.She couldn't make a squeak when we got home.
Maybe a muzzle, used humanely might help.

Dogs b...

Posted on: 4:39:54 PM 2/28/2009

The puppy should be let out every HOUR since she's only 15 weeks old! She can't be expected to hold it till you get home for luch and then again when you get home for the evening.Puppies' sphincter muscles aren't developed till they're 4 months old. ...

Posted on: 4:34:00 PM 2/28/2009

you should also take the dog to the vet to rule out any possible problems, and go back a step or two with the training. That can frequently help.

Posted on: 4:17:17 PM 2/28/2009

bark collars are beleive it or not, inhumane.
There is always a reason why a dog barks. They are not a tool any good trainer uses. The citronella ones can sometimes work, but not if the dog learns to lie down on the ground and bark.use a spray ...

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