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Thread: Food/Toy Guarding/Growling, nipping & air snapping - please help

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    I am pleased to read that you are going to get in touch with ‘Nekhbet’ and would suggest that you do it yourself and get in touch with her via her link at the end of her posts !

    Anyway - here it is for you:

    InLine K9 Dog Training and Behavior

    Just remember that all of us here on this forum started off with our very own first pup – it may have been 40 or more years ago or more recent – but we all started sometime and somehow - with varying degrees of success !

    Training your pup is fun and should/must be fun for both of you for it to be successful. If it isn't – then you are doing it incorrectly !

    Training, patience, consistency, understanding and love of your pup will always be a winner.

    Good Luck and please do an update when you can !

    P.S. – Have you put up any photos of this ‘problem pup’ that you have ? Would love to see some – please !

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    Thanks for the link. will def do updates if there is any progress. here are a few pics of her

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    can't see them.

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    nini1212

    It's great you're going to get in contact with Julie (Nehkbet).

    The main thing with the trades is that the puppy learns that it's not the end of the world (most of the time) if they share or give up the whatever on command. That they usually get the whatever straight back or something better or sometimes nothing but eventually the response to the "out" or "give" command becomes automatic (conditioned) from many successful repetitions (practice).

    It helps if your partner is consistent but it's more important that you are. Every child (and puppy) knows that their parents rules are different to their grand parents rules and adjust accordingly depending on whom they're with.

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    Hi, here are the pics again, hopefully they are uploaded correctly.

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    Hyacinth, after your and Julie's explanations I think i now understand the trade exercise and how this can progress to the out command in future where she will let go of her food voluntarily in future.

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    Your puppy is seriously adorable

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    Where is Mitte - he's the JP expert... so cute.

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    Your dog looks like a small Arctic fox.

    Acts like one as well?

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    You can either email me through inline_k9 @ yahoo . com or call me 0401 389 863
    http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c11/Mali_nut/K9LOGO.jpg

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    haha thanks.

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