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Posted on: 8:38:28 PM 2/25/2010

I recently read an article about keeping a dog from jumping on people, furniture, etc. There was one interesting part in which the woman stated that "off" couldn't be used without first teaching "sit." I never thought of sit as such a foundation but ...

Posted on: 8:18:16 PM 2/25/2010

rescued...I found your four step process very close to what Ceasar Milian has referenced in one of his books. Would you mind expanding on the four step process with some examples esp. when the dog pulls the leash?

As previously mentioned ...

Posted on: 12:03:22 PM 2/24/2010

I am not the direct owner and thus not with the dog all the time so I am unsure if it is in excess or not. Whenever I'm watching it though it loves to drink. She has been up to date on all of its vets visits so if it were a medical problem would a no...

Posted on: 3:28:09 PM 2/21/2010

Thanks for your help/ suggestions. I have one question. This dog seems to be a big fan of drinking...like the owner has to sometimes restrict how much the water it can be given because it'll just keep drinking. Is it ok to take water away from the do...

Posted on: 3:17:08 PM 2/21/2010

rescued, i appreicate your helpful and KIND comments to my post.

Nodogyet...I am a "new poster" as you put it and I have my own dog at home that is 13.5 year old

Posted on: 9:24:53 PM 2/17/2010

catlover...the owner is a HUGE dog person hence why she got the dog and has done a fair amount of training with the dog...no magic is expected to happen hence why I was asking for suggestions to help train the dog.

the nondog people are he...

Posted on: 9:51:00 PM 2/15/2010

I recently started another thread about this same puppy and a different issue the owner is currently having but I am hoping that some of you can be a great resource to solve some of these small behavioral issues.

The dog is a female germa...

Posted on: 8:46:15 PM 2/15/2010

What would be the proper use of the shock collar/ the order?

I mean the dog barks and then do you shock and say quiet or say quiet and then shock? The dog is a quick learner so I have faith that anything that has been done can be reversed...

Posted on: 8:16:35 PM 2/15/2010

I have a friend who currently has an almost 7 month old german shorthair pointer. Everytime anyone walks away from the dog, esp. the owner, the dog begins this high pitc...

Posted on: 7:20:32 PM 2/15/2010

Right dogs live in the moment and thus understand why you are upset in the moment that is why if you do scold in some manner soon after the inciddent they know why in the moment. I'm not saying that the dogs needs to be punished/ yelled at but there ...

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