Hi Cate thanks for replying..
So rather then working on Chloe ignoring Tay and the scooter when we go for a walk, you're suggesting that i in fact get Tay to walk her first? THEN attempt the scooter scenario?
We do have a naughty corner its my bathroom (nothing in there to get into and chew lol) but my laundry also leads onto the backyard (well one of the access points) so I could easily change that without a bother... Obviously chloe is going to bark which we will ignore, but how long does she stay in there for? and when she comes out and tries to jump all over us we do the usual ignore, stand arms crossed and ignore her till she's calm like we do when we get home?
Oh that's really interesting as I was allowing tay to give her treats on positive behavior (not when i'm trying to break a habit with tay)... Will stop that now though Tay wont be happy (poor girl) hopefully a bit of explaining will help!Do not get Tay to give Chloe treats as she will be looking for them all the time, only to tell her "no" and to be the authoritive person.
fantastic idea i never would of thought of that! even though she has 100000 stuff toy dogs.. Will start that tonight!But do it as role play first get her doing it to a stuffed toy dog, get her to train it and teach it things. This makes the initial learning fun and not intimidating.
again thanks guys!