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  1. Stairs and Potty Training

    Dog Training Forum
    We just took in an 18-month old collie who's so sweet! Her name is Nina and she's very healthy and up to date on records. Nina is very friendly, and while a bit shy she plays normally with our other dog. We're just having a few issues with her that we haven't had with any of our other dogs: 1)...
  2. Wiping out

    Dog Training Forum
    Butters is almost 1.5 years old, and we are still teaching her to go up and down the stairs. Watching her go up the stairs is like watching someone struggling to finish climibing the last hundred feet of Mount Everest. Watching her go down the stairs is even more terrifying, and we had to pad...
  3. Dog tries to nip heels when on scooter/board/anything with wheels

    Dog Training Forum
    Hey guys! I am always looking for new ways to tire out Jax. :wave: I have an old scooter I ride around my property, and he constantly tries to nip my heels and pull at my pants AS I'm riding. He also has a tendency to try and cross in front of the scooter, or my brother's longboard. So we've...
  4. New phobia in adult dog: stairs...

    Dog Training Forum
    While descending the steep, narrow stairway from our second-floor apartment this afternoon, our four-year-old shepherd/greyhound mix lost his footing and stumbled down about four steps. It was a rather hard stumble, though he never entirely lost his footing. Now he’s developed a phobia of the...
  5. Shiba Inu puppy and stairs/depth perception?

    Dog Training Forum
    Hi everyone, A little over a week ago, my fiance and I brought home our now 9 1/2-week old Shiba Inu pup (Nanako; see picture below :)). So far, everything has been going great training-wise and we are becoming increasingly impressed by how smart this breed is and how easy it has been to train...
  6. Is my Senior Dog in PAIN or just Scared??? HELP!

    Dog Health Questions
    I think the title says it all. I don't know if he is in pain or scared. I feel either is serious, yet I don't know what to do to correct the problem even if I could tell the difference. Let me thank you in adavnce for your much needed assistance & apologize about the length of the post. I am...
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