I am a dog trainer and you are a idiot. It makes little sense that, all of a sudden, she'd want on my bed specifically to pee at this age, when the factors that might spur it are so old, with bad hips. I honeslty do not get it. To Anonymous June 1, , Do the world a favor and do not get a dog at all. Anonymous December 22, at
Figure out what you are doing and what she is doing when she becomes aggressive. Your puppy will see everything as a game, so keep him stimulated by changing what he's learning. He is a sweet dog and very behaved. I honeslty do not get it. Can't wait on the nipping I feel like I'm trying everything and confusing the poor pup lol. He barks and barks and barks and barks!
Ask A Dog Trainer: Why Does My Dog Pee on My Bed?
He is nearly 9 months old now and has started over the last couple months to enjoy cuddling with me much more at first he was very independent and as much as I tried to make him a lap dog he preferred to sit on his own and only cuddle when he was very sleepy. You may think it sounds cruel, but I guarantee you that after a short while in the crate your young dog will start to find comfort by being in it. The problem is she still randomly pees in our bed. Ryann August 9, - 7: Otherwise she has to be crated, or put outside in the back yard.
I think maybe we are just trying to hard, What i can tell you is that its been so many years now and i still yet do not have my period?? Many become claustrophobic and a large majority of dogs suffer from motion sickness. My husband doesn't call him in a raised voice or angry manner either so I'm really confused because if i call him outside he bolts to the for the door. This is the second time he has done this in the past 2 months. Any thoughts on what to do about the nipping though? This comment has been removed by the author. Pommy Mommy of the Week: