dog training ideas
November 20, 2006 5:19am CST
i have a dog that was beaten by the previous owner. shes does very sell in the house unless she is left alone or my husband is home. he is lagre and loud and every time he yells she wets herself. but even if hes just home she cant help but go in the house. she will come to me and whine to go out but shes rather hide it in a corner than ask him. he says if she doesnt stop shes gone any ideas?
20 Nov 06
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• United States
20 Nov 06
It might be a better idea to just get a different dog and take her back to the shelter. If she's terrified of large, loud men, like your husband, and if he doesn't have the patience to work with her, I can't see how you're going to be able to change her. Better to do it now before she gets too attached to you. It'll make it that much harder to have to give her up in the future.