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    Anne we got her from a breader when she was 6 weeks old. I am just not a dog person I wish I was but I'm not. The only pets I had growing up were chicken/ducks and guinea pigs alot different to dogs. So I know nothing about dogs I have never owned one please don't make me feel like a bad human being because I don't know how to train a dog. We walk her everyday I leave the garage open so she can come and go as she pleases and my partner and child palys with her. I used to have her in the house but I couldn't keep up with her and was mopping my floor everyday. I tried talking to her and rewarding her with treats but she just goes crazy and jumps all over me. I don't know anything about dogs hence why I am asking seeing as it's left up to me because my partner isn't home even though he wanted the dog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyper View Post
    What are you on about? I haven't been negative about these people, just the ones who are posting elsewhere on the net that they're having so much fun stirring sh*t here. How am I drawing any attention here? I have not said a word to anyone else.
    Search me moron I haven't discussed this forum on bubhub

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    Pyper I never said you said anything negative It's just half the attntion wouldn't be drawn here if they all weren't talking about the things you said. I have not seen them say nasty things about the actual forum members just you. I don't want to be involved in this so from now on could you leave me out of this. I have alot of things on my plate atm and I don't need this I just want to ask about my dog.

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    I'm in Brisbane and my friend has a black pug and he is a little older but really good. My partner keeps telling me she will grow out of her excitedness but then other people tell me it's pugs nature so I'm scared she will just jump all over me forever. I get scared to have other peoples children around her because she jumps up and accidentally scratches and nips too. If she lives out side except inside to sleep how to I get her to go in a specific spot. She even poos at night in the garage am I feeding her too much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pug_life View Post
    I'm in Brisbane and my friend has a black pug and he is a little older but really good. My partner keeps telling me she will grow out of her excitedness but then other people tell me it's pugs nature so I'm scared she will just jump all over me forever. I get scared to have other peoples children around her because she jumps up and accidentally scratches and nips too. If she lives out side except inside to sleep how to I get her to go in a specific spot. She even poos at night in the garage am I feeding her too much?
    I live quite west of Brisbane, but I work in the city. If there aren't any pug owners near to you on here I'm sure that I could organise to meet with you (in a park or something ) to see if I can help at all? Would have to be in the afternoon after I've finished work though!

    I have fostered for the last 8ish years for both the RSPCA and AWL so I have a fair bit of experience with this kind of thing - but with adult dogs.

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    My friend is part of a pug meet up group I'm not sure if she still goes. We are on the far northside. She's always barks at my neighbour too whenever he is in his yard... Should I ignore her or tell her to stop. I have told her to stop but she doesn't but then again I don't know dog language lol.

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    My friends have a black pug called Earl. They have asked us to go to meetup before but it's been quite busy here lately with our daughter who got diagnosed with regressive autism. Things are starting to settle down now though so it's easier for me to put more attenetion to training rosie.

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    So she I move her inside to toilet train her? I wouldn't mind her inside but she goes insane just as soon as you sit down she is jumping all over you. I try to pat her but she won't stay still and tries to nip my hand.

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    Ollie used to do that too. You need to be firm with her. She will go crazy from the excitement for around 10 minutes and then settle down if you ignore her. Then when she is quiet, pat her.. if she starts going silly again say NO firmly and push her away and ignore her. Then when she settles give her attention again etc etc
    She will get the drift pretty quickly.

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