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    hi all
    i have this 15 mth old belguim shepherd
    her issues are not coming when called only comes when she feels like it
    she does sit when she asked but walks away sometimes when u ask her
    when u have her sitting i ask her to drop she rolls of on her belly like asking for a scratch and she wags her tail and smiles at me i turn my back and she sort gets up
    any ideas on what to do she went to puppy preschool and my other male dog is so well behaved its not funny so i dont know why she is being naughty
    ow and hse takes the bottles of the cages the gpig cages and eats them runs around the yard like its a game but by the time i get out there she drops it
    HELPPPPPPPP
    kat
    Last edited by kat99; 02-06-2010 at 07:48 PM.

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    To be blunt and honest, I have absolutely no idea. I can barely understand a word you have said! Can you possibly please rephrase using correct spelling and grammar?

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    She may be feeling very special and confident because she is the only female in the pack and probably has the males fighting over her. This may be why she ignores you when she's around them.

    The rolling on her back when you tell her to drop is submissive behaviour. I would get a trainer in.

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    1. Dog hovers around feet, when asked to do something will move away and go to other dogs
    2. dog rolls over on back when asked to drop
    3. wont come when called or do anything unless handler has food

    i think! LOL

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    kat, i truly don't mean to offend but your post was very hard to read, perhaps run it through a spell checker first. It makes it very difficult to work out what the problem is.

    If I have read it correctly, it sounds like she needs more training, and the best way is to enrol at your local dog obedience club. I believe there is one at Gosford, they are not expensive.

    Rolling over on her belly is a sign of submission.

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    I have one who rolls over, for tummy rubs

    I have taught her Drop, and Bang - Bang she can roll over, drop she can not -it didnt take her long to work it out and now, MOST OF THE TIME, will do the right one!

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    hi guys i have redone it i had my 4 year old on my lap sorry guys
    we went to puppy school and then obedince and she finshed that 6 mths ago i know she needs more training i can see that very clearly but was wondering on some tips to help this so when im training at home im looking for another traning center atm .

    what obedince club is that at gosford never heard of one at gosford ??????

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    I'm not sure what it's called, but I met some people who lived near there that went to classes there. Phone the council Monday morning, they should be able to help you with contact details.

    Oops - here you go!

    http://www.ccdotc.com/
    Last edited by GreysAreGreat; 02-06-2010 at 07:57 PM.

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    cool thanks i will do
    im look at this pioneer club atm and they seem to look okay

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    I edited my post with a link, think you might have missed it, we posted at the same time lol

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