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|DJEtzel||Teach focus on you. Reward for that when dogs are in sight and engage with her. Give her something else to do, and stop approaching strange dogs when your dog is very elevated in intensity/energy.|
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|Ace GSD||Hahahha you have created a happy monster !! srry i cant help im a first time owner and my puppy only 14 weeks old but good luck.|
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|DutchKarin||My Dutch has a tendency to do this too. He is a year old. Right now he is learning that is not okay with me. He knows "watch me" "heel" and we work obedience around other dogs on a prong so I can correct him. I also am working with play around other stable and leashed dogs. I have had to work hard with this dog to make myself more interesting than other dogs. I'm learning that it is the initial energy of a meeting and he usually calms down after that.|
|06-16-2014 05:40 AM|
Year old too friendly help
I have a GSD she's almost a year old...in the beginning she loved all people now she's starting to be cautious aroud strangers-which isn't bad I kind of like my arm not ripping out of the socket every time a human walks past her
But around dogs...she's still crazy...wants to meet every dog pulling towards them, lying on the ground and catapulting herself when the dog comes closer to us...really frustrating...
If she knows the dog it's even worse-crying loudly cant shut her up..
It's kind of my fault we started doggie school really early i think this started the problem/the love for other dogs...
She got bitten a couple of times-just because she doesn't read the other dogs body language and just comes straight up in it's face(never slowly or sniffing the butt first)...
So please any ideas