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My dog Bear is 2 years old, we've had him since he was 2 months old. We were told he was a black German Shepherd, but he seems to me to be more of a Black
Jax came to us at 2 months. I flew and got him from a ranch in Kansas and brought hm home in my lap. within 2 weeks we noticed growling showing his teeth,
My mini foxie Boofy is 6 years old and has not been desexed. He was living with two other mini foxies Gizmo and Molly in a 10 x 8 metre yard purposely
I have a 5 year old, 60lb Lab/Pit mix. We found in the street in front of our house, too young to be taken away from his mother. He has skin irritation
He’s very nice, listens well, calm all day. Loves people, including infants. Doesn’t mind toddlers who want to ride him. But when he sees a dog... or cat
I have a almost 10month old staffy/ pit cross male. He is now my 3rd dog of the same breeds but by far is the naughtiest. Since puppy he gets exercise
I am a dog sitter for a very loving German Shepherd, Molly. It seems that she does not get the exercise, attention, stimulation, structure, or socialization
My my cardigan is 8yrs old and we introduced a great Pyrenees puppy into the household. He was 8 wks old and now in our 15th week of having him, my cardigan
I have a rescue dog and before I got him neutered he would growl and bite at, but not make contact, if he saw me or my husband playfully smack each other.
My little girl is having occasional episodes of extreme aggression. She has two Chihuahua brothers with whom she gets along great, until she tries to steal
when he has a bone or similar , you best not go near him,, he will bite the heck out of you, no matter who he is 3 , I got him as a pup, he was a loveale
Hutch is my two and a half year old, intact German Shepherd. We’ve had him since he was 6 weeks old. He’s very playful, outgoing and mild mannered, obeys
Dog gets out and continually tries to attack our neighbor's shih Tzu in their yard. Police have been called twice, next time citation.
I have a cockapoo puppy, and he has become very aggressive towards people. Whenever we try to make him do something he doesn't want to do (move him away
Adopted male Staffy. In shelter over 200 days. Heart worms, enlarged hear, low stamina, ear infection, rear hips half out of socket, etc. Still seems
I have a 5 month old blue pitbull/mix female puppy. I've had her since she was 8 weeks old. I have a 3 yr old male blue pitbull/mix and they are fine
My dog is a loving and affectionate dog and very protective to his people. But be is not friendly to other people and other dogs. He has serious allergies
We have a 10 week old German Shepherd and he is very playful but likes to bite and nip at our hands, arms, and ankles. We have tried all of the following
I rescued Simba at 12 months old from a drunk man who abused him terribly, he has teeth missing, healed bones, Anyway, Simba just turned 3 and for the
My crossbreed is a loving dog usually but whenever he sees a cat he becomes aggressive and nasty. He has attacked our neighbour's cat twice now and this
We got our first pitbull about a week ago he is now 7 weeks old. He has been biting me my kids and our other 2 dogs, he growls and barks when he gets punished
I have two 1 year old neutered male Chihuahua's which I got at 6 weeks of age. They are not brothers but we wanted two so they could play together. Two
my 5 months old Chihuahua for the last three days has been aggressive, when ever I took her for walks she loved it, but I noticed that is has to be her
my jack russell is 13 weeks old andvery aggressive she is all ways biting and barking at our hands ans feet
I am currently fostering a 12 week old Boston terrier puppy that has some neurological issues. He has hydrocephalus, he's deaf, and he has a problem with
hi I have two dogs one is a full beagle and the other is a beagle shepherd have had the beagle for five years in November the beagle shepherd three years
I have a 18 month old tiny Yorkie 3 1/2 pounds. Prior to me getting my Yorkie I have 2 female toy poodles. The Yorkie does not like one of the Poodle's,
hello, I adopted a 1 year old razors edge pitbull. He is gentle and sweet and loving. We knew right away we wanted another. at 8 weeks old we got Casey
My terrier barks and growls at other dogs when out on walks its very hard to control
Hello, We were considering purchasing a male Pembroke Welsh Corgie Mix dog~ The mother is a German Shepard Mix and the father is a Pembroke Welsh
the dog that I have been babysitting has recently become more aggressive sensitive when before he was perfectly happy. he is happy when he is here at my
We have a 12 week old female Newfoundland puppy, we also have a 9 year old female Aussie. The puppy keeps jumping on the adult's back and biting her neck
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I rescued Bailey from a puppy mill. He is a good boy as long as he is not in his crate. If I try to put my hand in his crate while he is in there he will
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My friend let me have a 3 month old female corso cane mox pittbull.She is bitting real hard.I try to cotrect her by saying no bitting,holding her mouth
My male dog has been well trained attended puppy classes unlike our 4 yr old BC who never went to any training. He was brilliant until about 6 months ago.
We have a rescue dog. She is just under two years old and deaf. She has huge aggression issues towards our other rescue we got before her. She has gooddays
Keeping a dog mentally stimulated is important. If we don’t pay enough attention to our dogs’ minds, they often become bored or start misbehaving, and their mental health can quickly deteriorate. To avoid these problems, here are 5 quick tips to challenge your dog’s brainpower and turn him into a genius!
1) Go off the Beaten Path
Yes, literally, walk your dog on new routes every once in a while. If you take your dog on walks using the same path each and every day, he’s missing opportunities to come across anything new. But don’t limit this philosophy to walks; expand it to all areas of your dog’s life. Teach your dog a new skill, let him sniff new places, or try taking part in a doggy sport. Keep your dog’s environment full of new and exciting things, and offer him plenty of opportunities to use his brain.
2) Hide Your Dog’s Toys
Dogs can be quite determined when it comes to getting the things they want, so why not use this to put their brains to work? If your dog wants a toy, try placing it under a laundry basket or hiding it under a blanket (making sure he sees you put it there). Then, sit back and watch him use his problem-solving skills to try and get it. When he solves the puzzle, praise him just as he reaches for the toy.
If your dog struggles or gets frustrated, make the exercise easier at first, and then gradually make it harder and harder over time.
3) Increase Your Dog’s Vocabulary
Dogs are always ready to learn new words, so why not take the time to expand your dog’s vocabulary? For example, you could start saying “let’s go potty” just before opening the door to let your dog out. After doing this often enough, your dog should come running over to be let out whenever you say “let’s go potty.” Dogs are pretty fast to learn to associate a particular action with a word, and are quick to anticipate what will happen next, so you will usually see results very quickly.
4) Never Stop Training
Don’t stop training your dog when he reaches his golden years. “If you don’t use it, you lose it” especially applies to senior dogs. Yes, old dogs can learn new tricks, the only thing is, they may take just a little bit longer to learn them, but be patient and you’ll be pleasantly surprised. So don’t let that brain go to rust, a dog’s brain never loses its ability to learn new things so long as you give it the chance.
5) Brain Training for Dogs
The brain is like a muscle – if you don’t challenge it, it won’t grow! That’s why the best way to make your dog smarter is by teaching him special “brain games” and “brain exercises.” Brain games are:
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