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  1. Over-Eager Outside[r]

    First Time Dog Owner and Basic Questions
    This was my intro post: http://www.dogforums.com/attention-all-new-members/196353-new-here-need-advice.html#post2162825 Our new fur-baby, Lyra, may be part Chow Chow, and this may be why she - according to her previous owners - practically house-trained herself. She's only had an accident...
  2. Begging Puppy!! Help!

    Dog Food Forum
    My husky puppy loves to beg for food when he sees my bf and I eating. And we have giving him some of our food b4 (which I'm sure doesn't help with the begging). We've tried putting him in his cage while we eat and he still barks and whines like crazy (probably b/c we eat in our room and that's...
  3. PLEASE HELP begging

    Dog Training Forum
    Hello, I have a 11 month old Siberian husky, She is still very much a puppy but is very well behaved & usually listens. I have begun to encounter a problem with begging. The problem isn't a problem at home, where I just send her away & thats fine. The problem is when we go to my husbands...
  4. Help!! My dog is a stubborn eater!

    General Dog Forum
    HELP!! MY DOG IS A STUBBORN EATER! My dog, Max, refuses to eat his own food. I've tried all different brands, wet and dry and finally settled on on brand that he will kind of eat. All he wants is "people food". It doesn't matter if it's the toast I just burnt or a frozen greenbean on the floor...
  5. Grandparents are undoing our training!!!

    Dog Training Forum
    My husband and I put our house up for sale and moved our cat and Beagle to their grandparents. Dale, our Beagle, is a rescue dog who prior to going to live with grandma and grandpa was exremely well behaved (for a Beagle). He stayed in the other room while we ate dinner, sat before/after leash...
  6. What to do -- dog is growling for food and attention.

    Dog Training Forum
    We just adopted a 2-year-old Beagle/Corgi cross last week. Most of the time he's very sweet but lately his regular dog whining have occasionally become growls. I don't believe the growls are meant in an aggressive way, he only seems to growl when: a) He wants attention. For example, I was...