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Old 10-21-2007, 12:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Begging barking and peeing

Lately leah's had this thing where she will randomly start barking at you nonstop for no reason. and also i cant even eat around her cause now she wants a bite of everything. and next week is my moms birthday party and i dont want to have her locked up i want her to be able to go out back and just wonder around and not really bother anyone. how can i help get rid of these bad habits. and also recently she's starting to pee when she sees somone she hasnt seen in a long time or never met so this can not go also.
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Some dogs do "excitement urination" its when they pee a little bit because they are excited. Mostly in young dogs or pups, is your dog young? Most dogs outgrow this behavior, just need a little time and patience.

As for the dinner table, my dog also wanted to eat when I did, but he learned to sit and wait until I was finished with my meal. At the end of my meal, I would reward him with a small bite of meat or a little carrot. This may not be the best training method (I admit I made up a lot of my own stuff as I went along). But the point is either the dog gets trained to behave during dinner, or the dog should be removed from the dining room until after dinner.
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Old 10-21-2007, 04:42 AM   #3 (permalink)
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When Courage was about 3 months old she stuck her nose close to whatever I was eating. I showed her my teeth and growled at her. The look on her face was priceless! LOL We about died laughing. Now whenever I'm eating and I notice her out of the corner of my eye, all I have to do is pause and look at her and she leaves right away. I have to hold back if I feel like laughing about it because if I crack up she automatically thinks I am playing. I can leave any food alone and neither one of my dogs will even think about it. My wife and kids are a different story. They are all pushovers.
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soumds a little like submisive peeing. And there is alot of ways to correct the begging, but it will take longer than a week
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Old 10-21-2007, 06:13 AM   #5 (permalink)
 

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shes only three months old. but when i eat its in my room so only im really dealing with this but knowing that theres gonna be a couple of people over this next week i dont want people getting annoyed since i know even if i did lock her up in the cage she'd still have a few barks since she knows that there are people over
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First off you DO NOT WANT TO SHOVE A PUPPIES FACE INTO HIS PEE OR POO
This will cause the dog to submit and or go into fear. The puppy is TOO YOUNG FOR THINGS LIKE THAT.

Puppies get excited and will pee.
Puppies get scared and will pee.
puppies are not good at holding there bladder, it is something just like humans they have to learn to control. You mom would tell you when you were 2 and 3 yrs old that you would go "Mommy I got to go pee and hold yourself and do the peepee dance" B/c you could not hold it so in your mind you thought if you held with hand and danced it would help. Until you learned to control you had accidents. You have to see puppies and dogs in the same way of understanding.
So my advice to you
- when the puppy pees, take the puppy outside, go back in and clean it. Leave the puppy outside for about 5 minutes and praise the puppy.
- before you start to play take the puppy outside and wait till it goes pee. DO NOT LET IT DRINK BEFORE YOU PLAY AND DURING YOUR PLAYING. after is good but make sure you take the puppy outside after the pup drinks.

Begging.
Stop eating in your room
cover the pups crate and like I said before turn music on so the dog does not hear others.
if you want the puppy outside the crate when you are eating you need to start obedience on the puppy so you can work with the puppy going and laying down where you say, lay at your feet.

Right now hitting, yelling, or making a puppy do stuff will cause the puppy to become a submitter and a dog in fear. You do not want that b/c it can and will cause a dog to become a fear biter. NO NO

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First off you DO NOT WANT TO SHOVE A PUPPIES FACE INTO HIS PEE OR POO
This will cause the dog to submit and or go into fear. The puppy is TOO YOUNG FOR THINGS LIKE THAT.

Puppies get excited and will pee.
Puppies get scared and will pee.
puppies are not good at holding there bladder, it is something just like humans they have to learn to control. You mom would tell you when you were 2 and 3 yrs old that you would go "Mommy I got to go pee and hold yourself and do the peepee dance" B/c you could not hold it so in your mind you thought if you held with hand and danced it would help. Until you learned to control you had accidents. You have to see puppies and dogs in the same way of understanding.
So my advice to you
- when the puppy pees, take the puppy outside, go back in and clean it. Leave the puppy outside for about 5 minutes and praise the puppy.
- before you start to play take the puppy outside and wait till it goes pee. DO NOT LET IT DRINK BEFORE YOU PLAY AND DURING YOUR PLAYING. after is good but make sure you take the puppy outside after the pup drinks.

Begging.
Stop eating in your room
cover the pups crate and like I said before turn music on so the dog does not hear others.
if you want the puppy outside the crate when you are eating you need to start obedience on the puppy so you can work with the puppy going and laying down where you say, lay at your feet.

Right now hitting, yelling, or making a puppy do stuff will cause the puppy to become a submitter and a dog in fear. You do not want that b/c it can and will cause a dog to become a fear biter. NO NO

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what is the best way to go about the obedience training... i have a about a 5 month pup and he begs all the time to other people not so much with me because I've nipped that in a bud but getting him to sit where i say IDK how to do that
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