Administrator & LOTR Addict
Join Date: Apr 2000
Location: Bloomington, IN, USA
Describe more the circumstances and what your dog is doing. Sounds more like an obedience issue to me than a bad dog issue. I don't like to correct a dog for doing something I don't like. I would rather use obedience to show the dog what I want and then use corrections, if needed, for a lack of compliance. For example, dog is asked to lie down on a bed when guests are over. If the dog gets up, it is corrected for not staying down. If it does stay down, it is rewarded for doing so. Putting structure in the dog's life works better than just allowing it to make choices and then correcting it when it makes the wrong choices.
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