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Thread: So Hard to Have an Aggressive Puppy

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    Alright. it's being nearly an hour. Is anyone willing to kill me? Cos I feel like dying.

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    shes going hysterical

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    You can do this Masha! I know you can!

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    Umm not being familiar with TOT, but way back somewhere it was mentioned to do put Dora in the bedroom? Would this be a possibility where the door could be closed then she has no stimulation in terms of seeing people moving around? Then at a later date move her outside....just throwing in a suggestion.

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    She WILL calm down! She will!!!

    It takes time because she has learnt that barking gets you there!

    If you go out to her now, this is the level she will START barking at next time!

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    OK. She shut up for about 15 seconds, so I went out and did TOT. 15 seconds of no barking bliss. Will have to work more on it tomorow. Not looking forward to it at all THanks for all the advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreysAreGreat View Post
    Umm not being familiar with TOT, but way back somewhere it was mentioned to do put Dora in the bedroom? Would this be a possibility where the door could be closed then she has no stimulation in terms of seeing people moving around? Then at a later date move her outside....just throwing in a suggestion.
    Yep, I suggested it. It works a treat because by the time you move outside with the dog she knows that it's ok to be tied up.

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    Anyway, must leave for art lesson, bye

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masha View Post
    OK. She shut up for about 15 seconds, so I went out and did TOT. 15 seconds of no barking bliss. Will have to work more on it tomorow. Not looking forward to it at all THanks for all the advice
    Masha, I'm being completely serious when I'm saying do it indoors

    It does work! And you CAN move her outdoors to eat too.

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    Just popping in to think I'll be sending positive vibes your way, Masha! I also agree with what mouse said - would it be possible to skip an art lesson just one time?

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