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Old 07-02-2013, 06:36 AM   #76 (permalink)
 
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Great post, Im relatively new to properly training and hope to learn quick.!! I want to be an expert lol!!!
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Old 07-17-2013, 08:27 AM   #77 (permalink)
 

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Hi, I have an 8 week old pup that gets very aggressive when she plays with her sister but when she is elsewhere she is a total sweetheart. lately, she has been getting aggressive towards me when i try to stop them or pick her up. I dont want this behavior to continue anymore so please help me! it doesnt happen very often but i dont want it to keep happening! she is a sweetie i promise! her sister is doing the same thing. she will do it when we tell her "no" as well.
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Thank you! This post has a lot of good info without being too lengthy.
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Old 02-09-2014, 12:34 PM   #79 (permalink)
 
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What age should I start training my Pit Bull Puppy she's 6 weeks old..


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Old 04-08-2014, 10:23 PM   #80 (permalink)
 
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Thank you so much it's awesome to get help with out having to come up with a few hundred dollars because until your able to pay a trainer you an your dog suffer an struggle to teach the best you can so thanks again for this information
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I all so have a spayed 9 week old with same behavior I just adopted her from a rescue did u get any advice if so will u share please
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Do you have an estimated timeline of when certain commands should be taught by with consistent training and an average pup with an average owner? Example as in learn Name by 8 weeks, come by 12 weeks, sit by "x" weeks.
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How can I train my 3 month old pup to stay and lay down ... I already started showing him to seat with treats.. it's coming along well but it's not yet working when I tell him sit without a treat

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How can I train my 3 month old pup to stay and lay down ... I already started showing him to seat with treats.. it's coming along well but it's not yet working when I tell him sit without a treat

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I had chickens and dogs as a kid growing up, my dad would keep them completely unaccessable to the dogs, elevate the cages or build a stand it can't reach or a barrier that is foolproof to keep the dog from reaching them. Make sure it can see and hear them if you want to teach it to socialize with them I'd think but we never wanted them near the dogs so not so sure about that part.
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