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Posted in Babysitting on 25th June 2013

What’s wrong with my dog ​​lately?
I have a 3 year old rotty / pit mix and he was always so bad about food / treats lately. I know hes probably around the age to “act”, but hes out of control. From the moment I take his bowl, he’s crazy, he’s anxious, trembling and so on the food zones. When I get him to sit up and snap out of it before I left him in his food, he does not even try to sit down all the way (theres like an inch of his ass and the floor), and he begins to tremble uncontrollably. With dog bones, I give him one and he will wine and whimper because of the pain it caused him a whole (I give him rawhide chips). He never used to be like that. I know I’m feeding him enough, because his weight is fine. It all started about a month ago. Who knows, a few simple tricks training to calm him down. I’m 30 weeks pregnant and I just do not have the time or energy to get up and over it the whole time. I thought I had all trained and ready for the baby him, but now hes just downhill. Hes never aggressive, never was, only extremely concerned about food Best Answer (s):.

reply by Amy
Just keep being persistent and consistant with the training / work with him. A dog needs to know who is responsible – and that is the owner. If you are not consistant, sees the dog as a weakness and will try to “take over” in some way. Just stick with it to.

Reply by jess
enter the food or treats him until he is calm. Before you hand over the bowl or put him a treat, tell him “sit” and wait until he sits quietly. This may mean standing there for 15 or 20 minutes or longer, but by asking him food when he is too excited, you reinforce the behavior. If he is impatient and gets up, quietly tell him sit again. And if he doing something else, such as barking, whining or pawing you begin, turn your back to him and ignore him completely until he is calm again. When he is calm, praise him and give him the food / Genuss.Starten NILIF training – do not give him anything (food, attention, toys, etc.) until it responds to a command first. It does not have to sit, it can be anything. http://k9deb.com/nilif.htmBeim training, gradually phase out treats until he responds only to praise. Also make sure that he will get plenty of exercise. At least 2-3 hours (divided) of walking / jogging / cycling / whatever * every * day more if he needs it. Live every dog ​​with pent-up energy.

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