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  1. Dog Barking when Not Allowed to Do Things!

    First Time Dog Owner and Basic Questions
    Hello all, I just got a Corgi puppy, there is an area in my room where all my wires lie. I do not want him going into this area. What I have done is stand in front of it (after taking him out of the area) and say "no" in a soft, firm voice. He looks at me, barks, and bites my toes. I am not...
  2. AAAAAHHHHH! Every 15 minutes?! Really??!!

    General Dog Forum
    My boy is 8 months old. I really thought we'd successfully gotten past housebreaking quite awhile ago -- he hadn't had an accident in the house since back in June when he was just a puppy. As a result of thinking I could trust him, I have been giving him a certain amount of increased freedom in...
  3. Teaching a "Feral" Dog to Walk On Leash?

    Dog Training Forum
    How would one go about doing this? Because I've got two chow mixes who need to learn to walk on a leash. How they act when leashed: We've been using slip over the head leashes on them, that of course choke when they pull back on them. Causing them to panic, yelp, flip around, etc. I know the...
  4. Teach my dog to sleep out of his kennel, on the floor.

    Attention All New Members
    Hey Everyone, My boyfriend and I have recently moved into an apartment. We have a mini schnauzer & a Weimaraner. The schnauzer sleeps with us but the Weimaraner sleeps in his cage at night and spends the day in it also. It isn't a wire cage it is more like a pet taxi. During the day he spends...
  5. How do I know which products to trust?

    General Dog Forum
    There are a lot of products out there for dogs. How do dog owners distinguish which products are good and trustworthy?
  6. A Dog's Trust

    Dog Training Forum
    HI, We recently got our dog from a shelter about a month ago. In the begging, he was super excited. Jumping on top of both of us when we came home. But, over a few weeks of time - his behavior has changed. The dog has leaned towards my girlfriend. Falling her around (very closely) a.) He...
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