To Make These Dogs Behave . . .

@SIMPLYD (83124)
Philippines
March 14, 2017 2:51am CST
The picture shows the 3 dogs of my nephew, Enzo , Bella and Mallows, I took last Saturday when I went to our hometown to visit my parents and sisters and their families. They were placed there by my nephew when he went out of the house to buy something. They were unruly that’s why whenever my nephew is around so sometimes this cage makes them behave. Look at that, they seem so behaved, yet they can really be unruly around the house. Bella can be sometimes aggressive when she doesn’t like a person who comes into the house. Do you also have a cage or a place for your dog to let him behave?
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@jstory07 (69903)
• Roseburg, Oregon
14 Mar 17
I only have a sweet cat that behaves most of the time.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
14 Mar 17
I think when a pet is alone she's more behaved. Having playmates can make them naughty because they will play and play around the house.
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@Gillygirl (17363)
• Sutton, England
14 Mar 17
I don't have a dog but if I did I would take the same measures to get it to behave.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
14 Mar 17
Do you have other pets then? Yes, this cage makes them behave.
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@Gillygirl (17363)
• Sutton, England
16 Mar 17
@SIMPLYD I have two cats Max and Bella.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
17 Mar 17
@Gillygirl Oh same name of our local dog , Max and the pincher , Bella. What breed of cat are they?
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@louievill (19681)
• Philippines
14 Mar 17
Dogs are like people, they can understand if they are being punished for wrong doings, poor guys look at their cute faces.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
14 Mar 17
Yes, they seem to be making the "paawa" faces. But look at Bella , the pincher, she still looks arrogant.
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@louievill (19681)
• Philippines
14 Mar 17
@SIMPLYD because pinchers were originally bred as vermin hunters and watchdogs
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
14 Mar 17
@louievill Oh, I don't know that. Really, no wonder she's an arrogant dog and aggressive.
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@allknowing (69415)
• India
14 Mar 17
Naturally if dogs are placed in such suffocative cages they are bound to behave badly. My heart goes out to those little beings. Surely your nephew does not love animals. Not all can handle animals. Handling animals is an art, an art that ensures their happiness and their good behaviour.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
15 Mar 17
Oh no, they aren't put in there for a long time. Only for a short time to ensure that they don't get out of the house and go to the lawn where they can be dognapped by the customers at my sister's snack house by the lawn.
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@allknowing (69415)
• India
15 Mar 17
@SIMPLYD If the property is properly fenced dogs can be left in the property so that they do not go out. That is how dogs are maintained. We had three dogs and all of them were free to roam around. They were well behaved and mild.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
15 Mar 17
@allknowing No , we can't close the gate in front because my sister has her snack inn at the lawn.
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@LadyDuck (176363)
• Switzerland
14 Mar 17
Poor dogs, we had dogs in our family, but we have never put dogs inside a cage. My niece at most closed her Lab on the balcony or inside the bathroom, but never in a cage.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
15 Mar 17
They will just be there for a short while. When my nephew goes to school to teach, they are at his bedroom and when it's their time to eat, they are made to go down the stairs and eat by the kitchen .
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@LadyDuck (176363)
• Switzerland
15 Mar 17
@SIMPLYD I have never seen a dog cage, I think nobody I know has one.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
16 Mar 17
@LadyDuck Here, those big dogs who are ferocious have their big cages.
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• Philippines
14 Mar 17
I don't havea dog. I am allergic to dog hair.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
15 Mar 17
Don't you have other pets? But would you also like to have a dog had ou not have an allergy to dog hair?
• Philippines
15 Mar 17
@SIMPLYD we used tomhave a dog when I was a kid.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
16 Mar 17
@nottoooldtowrite By then, you discovered that you are allergic to its hair.
@tech40 (9748)
• Philippines
14 Mar 17
@SIMPLYD I also have a dog cage, but they're not behave when they're on the cage. but they're more wild and noisy
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
15 Mar 17
Really! So what do you do to make them behave?
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@tech40 (9748)
• Philippines
16 Mar 17
@SIMPLYD Play with them until they got tired. and feel sleepy haha
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
16 Mar 17
@tech40 Maybe it will be me who will get tired, not them. ha ha ha
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@diosabella (4809)
14 Mar 17
Thank God Alex is not aggressive. Just really playful and so friendly he wanted everyone to pet him and play all the time. Its so hard not to spoil them.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
14 Mar 17
I think that's the prize of having just one pet. They aren't aggressive and are friendly and loving. I think their being 3 makes them naughty and rowdy since they have playmates.
14 Mar 17
@SIMPLYD Oh no. I have a cat too and my dad have 4 rowdy dogs. But my dad said they are all afraid of me. Thats why they all behave good when I'm around.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
14 Mar 17
@diosabella Really! Maybe you open your eyes wide when they are around you, so they are afraid of you.
@epiffanie (10404)
• Australia
15 Mar 17
Lol! those poor puppies in the cage .. they look cute! .. Our huge rottweller is disciplined and well behaved ;) .. no need to cage him in ..
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
15 Mar 17
I think when a dog has a dog companion in the house their tendency is to be naughty since they have a playmate to play with. It is good that your dog is disciplined and well behaved. No need for a cage then.
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@epiffanie (10404)
• Australia
16 Mar 17
@SIMPLYD small dogs are usually noisy and energetic .. especially if there are two or more of them .. ;) ..
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
16 Mar 17
@epiffanie No wonder, they really are.
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@thelme55 (15059)
• Germany
14 Mar 17
What cute dogs he has! Yes, we have a cage for Angus but it was only used when we travelled with him. We have 4 dogs included Angus but they are well behave. They are free to roam around our yard. Only Angus is inside dog and free to go where he wants to but he is a contented lap dog.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
15 Mar 17
So Angus is the favorite dog that has the privilege of being inside the house. Good for you that all are well behaved. I think my nephews dogs are naturally naughty or maybe because they are playmates.
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@thelme55 (15059)
• Germany
15 Mar 17
@SIMPLYD yes, Angus is the special one. Yes, it's good that they are all well behave. They even know that Angus is the " king" in our house. Not that he is commanding. He is just so quiet and lovely.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
16 Mar 17
@thelme55 And they know too that he is the favorite .
@ridingbet (59428)
• Philippines
14 Mar 17
Hahaha! Darna,the oldest of Macy's litter,is caged for 3 days now. She is in heat and unfortunately she was devirginized by her own father. Now,even her uncle Xander and grandpa Chibi are barking at each other fronting the cage for Darna 's attention but Thor is so relaxed,apparently saying "belat kayo Jan. Nauna ako."
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
15 Mar 17
You are funny. Poor Darna. So those dogs would like to have a taste of Darna.
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@ridingbet (59428)
• Philippines
15 Mar 17
@SIMPLYD yes my lady.last night the 4 macho dogs continuously barked while Darna was fast asleep.my sister was so stressed again. Me I can sleep soundly even they bark loud. Trixie our local mutt is not already the apple of the male dogs' eyes. She is already acting like the queen.she is trying to dethrone Macy.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
16 Mar 17
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@syeow1 (4958)
• India
14 Mar 17
No I did not have pets.domyou have
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
15 Mar 17
Not my pets . We have 3 local dogs , or aspins ( asong Pinoy or Philippine dog) , 2 shih tzus and a cross bred pug and shih tzus. They are all outside the house . 4 at the front by the garage and front yard while the two are at the backyard.
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@syeow1 (4958)
• India
15 Mar 17
@SIMPLYD oh..great
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@kepweng (18622)
• Waikoloa, Hawaii
23 Nov
i love shitzu and chuahua do you lets them Sleep in your BED??
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
23 Nov
Oh no. They have their dog houses outside. We shih tzu and a French bulldog. We also have 3 askals. None of them can enter the house.
@responsiveme (16816)
• India
16 Mar 17
The look so sweet and not at all unruly...maybe they knew they were having their photos taken.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
16 Mar 17
They know that they are punished for being unruly . Once my nephew arrived and open the cage they would again run here and there. ha ha
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@PatZAnthony (13033)
• Charlotte, North Carolina
15 Mar 17
Many we know have crate trained their dogs. This works when done correctly.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
16 Mar 17
Oh so that's another way.
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@nanette64 (17934)
• Fairfield, Texas
14 Mar 17
All my dogs were voice and hand-command trained by me @SIMPLYD . The problem for his dogs are the breeds. Particularly the Chihuahua. I had a 150-pound Akita, 80-pound Pit Bull and a 65-pound German Shepherd. Smaller breed dogs are very uncooperative.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
15 Mar 17
Wow, that is nice. Your dogs are big breed of dogs and I think they really are smart dogs , unlike these small breeds.
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@Hari101 (1132)
• Chennai, India
14 Mar 17
No, I don't have a cage for my dog as he is a sweetheart and behaves well with us. Yet my brother is deciding to get him a small sweet home like a kennel.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
15 Mar 17
That's good that he is well behaved. No need to have a cage when he misbehaves then.
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@DianneN (84977)
• United States
14 Mar 17
I don't have a dog anymore, but when we had one, we took him to obedience school. He always behaved after that and no cage was needed. I feel so bad for those poor little doggies.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
15 Mar 17
wow, really . I think these 3 dogs should be made to attend obedience school. Though , none here in our place. They were only there for a short time. And when the cage are opened, they would run here and there. But we put a block to all exits so they can't go to the lawn, where they can be picked up by the customers at my sister's snack house at the side of the lawn.
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@Kandae11 (40370)
14 Mar 17
They are cute - but naughty.
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
15 Mar 17
Yes, naughty indeed. But look at that they are behaved. But only for a short time. When my nephew would let them be out of the cage they would again run here and there.
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@sol_cee (17389)
• Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
14 Mar 17
Which one is Bella?
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@SIMPLYD (83124)
• Philippines
15 Mar 17
Bella is the one at the middle, a pincher. She's an arrogant dog. According to acelawrites, they are dogs initially trained to chase rats. So that's why maybe she would really bark a lot when she doesn't like a person.