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How To Let Your Puppy Appreciate Family Time
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I adopted a 1 year-old female dog about a year ago. I have 2 cats who was raised with dogs and like dogs. To get other ways to look at the situation, consider checking out: <a href="http://www.bucksportnext.net/vanilla/discussion/557132/discover-new-automobile-dealer">Discover New Automobile Dealer - BucksportNext - The community forum on Bucksports</a>. When my dog first arrived, the first day or two she was subdued-- being in a new surrounding - however she wished to play tough with all the cats... which did not set too well together.

The cats work and she chases once we try to have them all in the sam-e room together when watching TV, an such like. I have been keeping them split up with child gates (canine in the kitchen a...

Precious Adam,

I used a-1 year-old female dog about a year ago. I have 2 cats who grew up with dogs and like dogs. When my dog first appeared, the first few days she was subdued-- being in a new surrounding - however she wished to play rough with all the cats... which did not set too well with them.

The cats run and she chases once we attempt to have them all within the same room together when watching TELEVISION, an such like. I've been keeping them separate with child gates (the dog in your kitchen and the cats in family area) and do not allow dog around until both cats are external. Your dog winds up spending a lot of time within the bounds of your kitchen with this method.

Will there be a way to teach her that we do not want her rough-housing using the cats so they can all be together in the same place when I am present? The e-collar looks good but therefore expensive. Perhaps a less expensive solution? Thanks. Enjoyed the book!

Willie DeAnne & Mae

Beloved Willie DeAnne: & Mae

Once the cats run, they are causing your dog's feed drive. This is instinctive. But, it's also natural for a dog to defer judgement to his group leader.

What this signifies is that: You should behave like the group leader.

In other words, if you tell you dog to lay out, you must USE THE TECHNIQUES in the book (moment, motivation) and reliability to keep the dog in a down-stay.

I personally LOVE having cats around when I am training. If you have an opinion about shopping, you will certainly fancy to learn about <a href="http://www.zcxcxx.com/comment/html/?434553.html">http://www.zcxcxx.com/comment/html/?434553.html</a>. What could be easier to evidence your pet around?

Remember, your puppy must stay down BEFORE you give him the 'Have a break'! Demand. If he gets as much as chase the cats, then you will need to improve him back in the down position.

If h-e gets up again, it's a sure bet that your corrections lack motivation. Browse this website <a href="http://woprahost.com/blog/view/61366/find-new-automobile-dealer">Find New Automobile Dealer : WopraHost</a> to read the purpose of it. (Correct more tightly. Ensure you are becoming slack in the line. If the dog's human body is going when you correct him, then you're using muscle instead of technique... Maybe not good!)

You don't need a digital collar. Merely a $12 prong collar and a six-foot lead.

Your friends may think you're a genius, once you get your puppy to put on a down-stay around cats using only consistency, appropriate moment and motivation. Or the lost love child of Sigmund and Roy.

Now if you can just get those darn cats educated!

That's all for the time being, folks!

Adam.
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