furever_pit wrote:If the dog wants to eat, he needs to come inside.
I will use food as the reason to come in. He is going to be one fat dog.
FAB dogs wrote:Something about coming in he's equating with pain or fear?
The only thing I can think of is that when he started using the doggie door, he was hesitant coming in: He put his head in first, then when he started to put his paws in, it was as if he couldn't judge where the floor was. Like a problem with depth perception. He would switch feet a few times until he decided which one to put down first. The floor is tiled, but I have rubber backed rugs all over, so they don't slip on the tiles.