Remy, don’t push it all.

It might be a myth that will 6 months is the grow older where dogs will probably get dropped off on shelters, I don’t know.

But … right here is the age where there’re past the cute pet stage. They might seem a little rebellious. They can be strong and usually untrained. More serious behavioral concerns start to emerge when going to. Things like tether aggression, possessiveness, separation anxiety.

I’m aggravated with Remy much of the time. The guy pulls on the tether, jumps on men and women, pees when he’s psyched.

Last week we transferred a couple with their pug in a narrow entryway together with Remy did his “kangaroo hop” in his hind thighs and leg trying to get to them Though PEEING!?Dear Lord.

On puppy class “commencement night” he ripped the particular trainer’s evaluation sheet out of her give and shredded the item.

He has little impulse control, bites whenever he’s excited, yips in the kennel at Your five a.m. We can easily hike with the pup off-leash for an hour and that he?never gets fatigued.

So do any of you nevertheless want a puppy? ??

It helps you to take note of the good times.

My puppy has a wonderful temperament. He’s not way too assertive, not at all self conscious. My puppy loves every single person he / she meets – all ages, males, women, kids. Moreover, he loves each dog he meets. Even when older canines get grumpy, he or she respects their space and backs off of, wagging his little stub tail.

He has a solid “let it stay.” It’s his finest command.

While he does get up early, he beds down all night without a peep.

He allows us to take away things from his mouth and to reach directly into his food bowl.?He is not aggressive for our cats or all of our senior dog plus hopes they will someday play or hug with him. Yet to be determined.

Remy?rides properly in the back seat of my car or truck, doesn’t try to rise into the front.

He?would not seem to know he can hop right in the baby gate and doesn’t try.?He hasn’t wrecked anything other than each of our leather leashes, which in turn of course was this fault.

He’s getting better from “stay” and can sometimes be for 2 minutes possibly even in the living room.?That will not sound like a lot, but I’m like to show off my high-energy guy.

He can easily walk as long as we want (I have yet to be able to tire him away). He stays close when off leash. And he cooperates for snap shots.

He lets us touch their paws, ears, nasal area, tail. He may get silly and squirms though not aggressive.

He hangs out silently in my office as soon as i blog or function.?He has an away from switch, settles within and naps.

He’s long lasting, not afraid of anything. Unfazed by firm?improvements. If I lose the temper, he simply just wags his tail plus licks my hand, similar to, hey don’t be so critical!

He’s potty trained!?I think this has been about a month considering his last car accident.

He’s in the “middle of the pack” for some other dogs, almost to the slight submissive side nevertheless in a good way. He’s peaceful and friendly, plays gently with the afraid or smaller dogs, does not challenge a lot more assertive dogs.

Remy is a really good dog. Now we have boarded him overnight many times, and while he managed just fine away from people, I missed your pet.

Yes, I have a LOT of operate ahead still, but when you struggle with your pet dog or dog such as I do, know that it really is normal. It’s a be employed in progress for?myself too. I?can still make improvements. And it’s more about improving my own personal attitude than it is concerning “improving” my dog.

I believe how lucky We are to get to help the doggy?in front of me discover ways to be a good dog.

Remy … I’ll get there!

In a meantime, well … i will try to be patient with one another.

What challenges are the most you facing along with your dogs at the moment?

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