mnp13 wrote:I've been helping my chiropractor with his dog (mostly during conversation at appointments.) They are having a lot of trouble getting their poo dog to come when called.
I suggested that they stop feeding him at meal times and only feed him when he comes when he's called. His wife is a full time mother, so she's home all day and can keep a treat pouch with her and feed him throughout the day.
You may want to try that.
rockermom wrote:Im full time at home to so I should just get in the habit of carrying treats in my pocket. See Rocky is a smart butt. If I put a leash on him he knows its work time and will come every time. Same goes for seeing treat bag hanging from me.
lipshipsattitude wrote: When we were at the beach and she was playing iwth another dog and wouldnt come I'd calmly walk over to here, grab her collar and put her back on the leash for a while. If she was really stubborn we'd just leave!
I totally agree, I should have mentioned that my sis, her neightbor and I meet once a week with our dogs at the beach in the early am. We used to jog but since I got Rory I made them bring their dogs too. They know eachother very well. All together we have two pittes, a dobie, and a lab. We walk all the way to the end and let them go to town. It's helpful for us to train them and exercise ourselves, ha ha! We even had a lady ask us if she could join but I dont think her cocker spaniel woulda lasted to long, plus her lil dog was a meany and threw off the whole vib
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