How To Train Your Dog to STOP Running Out of the Front Door!

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  1. My maltishon is so funny, when I open the door he starts to go out as soon that he see the line were the shade ends he stop and don't want to move, he give me the looks like pick me up and take me where the shade is ????. Mornings and evenings when the sun is not that high is when he loves to go for a walk and run.

  2. can someone help me train my husky cause he killed 4 sheep and he almost killed anothe but didnt please someone help me to make him not go beyond the fences of my house please someone help me! hes 1 year and 7 months old

  3. Zak, my 6 month old lab thinks I was put on this earth for his entertainment. As long as he's out of his crate, he wants my constant attention and barks at me if I don't give it to him, eventually jumping on me if I try to ignore him. I keep seeing videos on getting a dog to stop barking at things like the doorbell, but what about barking at the owner for play? He ONLY does it to me — no one else in the house. I'm home alone with him all day.

  4. I taught my Maltese puppy to howl when he was a baby (huge mistake now) so he barks so much now when I leave him just to go to another room or someone enters the room etc. how can I fix this??

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  6. I've got a new puppy but I've got a doubt about the snacks to use as a reward in training…
    Most of the ones i see in the pet shops say to only give x per day (most times 10 per day) so even if I break them in half it wouldn't be enough for more than one training session…
    Is there any sort of snack that we can give in more quantity?

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