|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|06-18-2014 06:55 PM|
|SoCal Rebell||MY GSD is 8 months old, my wife does all the feeding and spends the entire day at home with him and tells bad behavior horror stories when I am not around. I do the training giving positive reinforcement and praise not treats and give out discipline when needed and is a perfect angel around me. I think this is what earns his respect.|
|06-18-2014 02:10 AM|
Originally Posted by Maxil View Post
|06-18-2014 02:03 AM|
I am his trainer , anyways ignore the first part of the topic my dad was hiding bacon in his pocket •_•
but still she camps alot in the kitchen , and Harley , she has been with me for 3 weeks now
|06-17-2014 10:25 PM|
I'm the trainer in the family, and if I'm home and the wife tells either one to do something they look at me. They are also like velcro with me.
I have my wife feed them and take them out to do their business so she has some role with them.
If I were having a hard time bonding I would do it all but that is not the case in my home.
|06-17-2014 04:42 PM|
The best way to build a bond is by training. I suggest clicker training; a positive reinforcement method.
And you should be the only one feeding.
You've only had the pup for one day? She's still adjusting to her new home. Give her some time.
|06-17-2014 03:44 PM|
hello , I just wanted to know how does a dog know his main friend and owner? Is the only way to feed and train him? Because my dad does nothing at all and she keeps sticking with him while I am the only one who is 24/7 with her and she rarely comes to me.
also she is always smelling everything and never leaves the kitchen , what should I do to make her stop that, its been 1 days now and she hasn't been playing as before , sniffing and camping at the kitchen doing nothing at all
some nice tips would be nice