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Pick an area that is out of the way, where they can relax by themselves. There are many ways you can stop your dog from barking or growling at you. If he had to fight his siblings over an inadequate supply of food, he would already have developed a very food-possessive attitude. Thank you so much for taking the time to give me your input. Many dogs feel threatened when a person they are not comfortable with is approaching. If Molson gets too rough with Tiffany and you really feel that she's not protecting herself, get a hold of the scruff of his neck and give him a bit of a shake while telling him "NO". Then again this friday night about the same time - same scenario. If the dog is new to your home. As soon as she's had all her puppy vaccinations, get her enrolled in a Puppy Obedience Class it will help you both. If she doesn't respond to the measure I've given above, you may want to have a professional trainer come to your home to evaluate her. This page contains a wide selection of real-life questions that I have been asked by puppy owners. He'll soon learn that if you take something from him, he'll get a treat AND get the 'something' back. They would be able to tailor the training and corrections to her personality after interacting with her and observing how she behaves. Also, be sure that you go through doorways first, eat first (don't feed her at the same time that you eat) and so on. However, indoors, she's sooo good. What you're describing isn't truly aggressive behavior, it's normal puppy behavior but it does sound as though your pup has a bit of a dominant personality - and bulldogs are known to be stubborn. Don't let your son, or anyone else get close to your puppy when he's eating until you get this under control or there is a chance they will get bitten. I'd aim to be giving him as much as he wants to eat at each meal for now. Don't yell, or smack at her when she starts acting up as this only increases the emotional level of the situation and will ramp up her tension and excitability. Leather or nylon leashes can be soaked in vinegar and let dry as another option. Last Friday night he was nipping at my toes, so I took him outside, that is usually his way of letting us know he has to go. In fact, if you use a loud, stern or harsh voice with her, or act in that way, she may misinterpret it as an aggressive behavior. Scenario 1: Your dog wants attention from your husband. Never let her get away with not obeying you, even if she fusses at you. Talk about 'cute puppy dog eyes'! Once she's familiar with that, try picking up the end and following her around, rather than trying to get her to follow you. While your dog is in training, show it that there is no reason to be afraid of your husband, and eventually, your dog … I make light of it because I don't want to give growling any energy, but it concerns me. Also, evening can often be a tense, hectic time in many busy households. My 16 yr old niece has a 5 month old male german shepherd. However, it completely freaks me out when she starts running around in circles around me and it's almost like she has me cornered and I'm just screaming NO! Be sure to call them through to get their food as you are preparing it for them, this way they can see you're the one providing for them. However, the fact that Tiffany comes back after Molson to reprimand him when he's stepped over the line is a good thing. One point I'd like to make is that dogs don't do things out of 'spite', they simply don't have the capacity to think in that way. Most puppies are submissive to older dogs, and most older dogs are more gentle with a puppy who's 'taking liberties' than they would be an adult. Yorkies are adorable, but they can be very stubborn and willful, and the fact that their cute little faces can melt your heart in a second (photo above is proof of that!) If you're consistent and patient with these corrections she will eventually learn that growling doesn't get her what she wants. I didn't do the blood tests but did switch her food from Purina puppy chow to Royal Canin veterinary quality food. Paper trained him, but at 6 months put a doggie door in, which he goes out & in of, sometimes does his business in the designated area we made for him, but for the most part goes on the paper. Sometimes these moments of puppy craziness are worse in pups who are not able to be active during the day, and their energy just builds up. We have a 1 year old son and I will not be able to keep the dog if there is a chance he will snap at my son! But, a firm corrections such as a simple 'NO', followed by a redirection of your pups interest to his own toys etc. She needs to know that you are in charge. As your pup has also snapped at you, then chances are he is really growling, but a lot of people aren't aware of this Rottie habit and I wanted to be sure that you were. If your dog is aggressive toward your husband but not you, he may require more socialization time with men. Dogs that are well balance mentally without fear or aggression these three things will not bother them. According to Dogtime, maintaining eye contact with a strange dog can be intimidating. Regular socialization helps to prevent this sort of issue and builds confidence in a puppy. They can also end up in shelters or die because of their abusive relationships. The question is, should the puppy have been corrected and how? Never back off from whatever it was you were doing when he growled at you, because that will encourage him to do it more. Take them to a dog beach, hiking, road trips or to a park they’ve never been to before. My grandparents bought him and decided to give him to me as a gift, unfortunately while he was with them he had the opportunity to pee on the floor. If your pup does the same thing when you and your husband come home, have one person be the 'returning person' and the other can do the correcting, if you see what I mean. For your peace of mind, puppy and dog health information on this site has been approved by veterinarian Dr. Megan Teiber, DVM, ©2007-2020 Fidosavvy.com owned & operated by Myway LLC, Privacy Policy    -    Advertising Disclosure. Make the area comfortable by providing a blanket and chew toys. Unfortunately, these products will not change how your dog feels about you. Always use a calm, but firm voice and keep it low. He does not do it to my husband, only me. In this case you husband should look away every time the dog barks at him. I'd also recommend enrolling him in a basic obedience class at a local dog obedience school. Make sure that she 'earns' everything, from her meals to her treats/walks etc. Even if you're at home, perhaps he's not getting enough exercise during the day. He will likely make a huge fuss at first though, but you will have to harden your hearts and ignore it. I do feel like he knows I’m the leader of the pack along with the lab (not sure about my wife yet). But if she is home and I come in, he'll trot over to me, sniff and lick my hand, and then be on his merry way. I've been applying some of those things to her plus making her sit for her food every time and her little "Tazz" fits are becoming fewer and less dramatic. I brought my Pembroke Welsh Corgi home one week ago and when we first got her she was soooo calm. When your dog senses that you aren't really there, they won't be there with you anymore and will lose interest. Start working on teaching her how the 'pack hierarchy' works in your home. At the time of this incident the pup should have been corrected with a firm "NO bark" and his attention re-directed either to a toy or a game etc. I'd also suggest that you visit my Aggressive Puppy page to learn more about the different types of aggressive behavior in puppies and to find out whether your pup really has a problem or not. She scolds me. She will growl harshly and if they try to touch her will snap at them, she hasn't contacted with anyones' flesh yet. It will help you learn how to communicate better with Molson, and he'll learn to obey commands and listen to you. Make sure that you pick up his bowl or continue with whatever it was you were trying to do, don't let him thing growling lets him get his own way. I want to build his confidence, but feel like I'm about as clueless as can be. My son had already greeted the puppy, but when my son went to pet the puppy again the puppy began barking at my son. Check out my Introducing A New Puppy page for even more help and advice. Both German Shepherds and Rottweilers are very intelligent dogs, they are usually easy to train and anxious to please. It's important when you're doing this to make sure that when he lets you put your hand in his bowl, or pick it up, that he gets a treat or benefit. If you are a stranger to the dog, don't go close to them or maintain eye contact with them. is also necessary. I'd recommend that as soon as he's had at least two sets of shots, that you enrol him in a Puppy Obedience Class (see my Dog Obedience Schools page for tips and advice on choosing a good school). The breeds in his ancestry are all highly intelligent yet strong willed, and don't respond well to combative corrections. He may just be an 'alpha' personality. According to Petmeds, you should never physically discipline your dog. If he even thinks he hears her car coming, he will start barking, whining, and making lots of other noises until she comes in. But if either of them snarl, curl their lip or put back their ears etc., this is a more serious warning than just play growling. I've bonded with Riley (feed, bathe, groom, try to walk him, play with him, etc) although clearly he loves my husband and my hubby is his favorite. Pembroke's were originally bred as farm dogs and used to herd cattle and geese, when she runs around you nipping at your ankles she is simply following her inborn breed-characteristics and isn't being 'bad'. Make sure she does whatever it is you have asked of her, or she will think that this is the way to control you. If he doesn't need to go out and it's not time for puppy supper, at 4 months old he may be starting to explore where he fits into the pecking order. WE Have a 7 month old Male Yorkie who was fixed 7 days ago. He does not try this new behavior with anyone else just me. I'd strongly recommend getting him enrolled in basic puppy obedience class at a dog training school. If you find your puppy cowering under a chair and not wanting to be touched, you can be sure that someone or something has really frightened him. Other puppies understand this, but children don't, and when they run and squeal they are actually encouraging her to continue (at least that's what she thinks!). Remember most of the human foods are toxic to dogs. Duke is a very lucky boy to have such a loving and supportive momma, and you're lucky to have such a unique and special little boy. I would also recommend enrolling her in a basic obedience class. I have a 9 week old female bulldog puppy, she is getting overly aggressive and stubborn. Don't wait until they misbehave to correct it. Puppy answering you back when being disciplined. If you touch the bowl he would rather tear your hand off for lack of better term. Any suggestions for cleanups and how to stop this behavior for good? It can be pretty easy to get puppy aggression and dominance issues confused, especially if you're not familiar with normal 'baby dog' behavior! The best plan is to ignore him. If they don’t like you or fear you, they more than likely will bark and get more aggressive whenever you get closer to it. Rewarding your dog will encourage them to keep doing the same to make you happy. We got our puppy when he was 6 weeks old and from day 1 he has acted like he was starving. These breeds often excel at learning tricks and love to perform, this would be another way to help her use up her energy and talent. By that point she will probably be about ready to start her obedience classes. I'd definitely recommend this around your soon-to-be grandchild until you are confident that she won't bite. (my husband insists on spite) When people come in the house, he jumps on them like he's a madman. A combative, or overbearing approach doesn't work as the dog will often resist, but if you use a loving, calm and firm attitude your puppy will respect you and pay attention. If he barks, nips or jumps on her you'll need to tell him "no" firmly (but don't shout or smack) and redirect his attention to something that he is allowed to play with. That will help you both with the training and also give him some very valuable socialization experiences. What can I do to fix this behavior? Basically, I want to know how to get her to not attack her leash, or the hand that puts it on her and how to stop aggressive behavior with my kids. I'd recommend that you start out by trying to remain calm whatever her behavior - don't shout or smack, and don't get frustrated or upset as this will raise the emotional level of the situation and make her more excited which will only lead to more barking and nipping. Although, some say If you love your dog, you should be there for them when they need you. What should be done about this or will he just grow out of this? He'll soon decide sitting and getting petted and treats is preferable. A quick shot of water on the nose, accompanied by a firm verbal 'no' can be very effective. by having her 'sit' (and make sure she obeys) before putting down her food dishes, clipping on her leash etc. Getting the kids more involved with training and general care of your puppy will help to show your little girl that they are above her in the 'pecking order'. When I had her groomed we had to give her a tranquilizer pill to calm her, didn't work, she hates to have her face touched by groomer. It will help you both learn to communicate better and to understand your relationship. doesn't help. This will make her more unsettled. You've painted a very accurate picture of the 'Puppy Crazies'! What does your husband do when the dog barks, like when the 2 of you are together and the dog is barking? we just got a new puppy he is 7 month s old and is a rott/dovermen he is a great dog and loves kids and me but wen my husband is around he barks at him..he acts scared of him really.. i do not see any like meanness to him..he is skittish around him.. i think the people who owned him before me had a man abuse him. I'd recommend that you read my Puppy Biting page, as it has tons of tips and advice on dealing with this behavior. The fact that she's not food aggressive is a plus though. To get the best out of this, make sure your dog gets to know the food is coming from you. She doesn't start obedience training until next month and I can't even take her for a walk with the leash issue. Your dog may bark when you're approaching them because they fear you. As far as possible I would try to eliminate the potential for damage. Once she's had all of her puppy shots I'd strongly recommend getting her enrolled in a puppy obedience class. Biting is a big no-no, if he ever snaps or bites at you, again tell him "NO BITE" firmly, and if necessary reinforce that by wrapping your hand gently around his muzzle for a few seconds. Chewing is one of the ways that dogs release stress and it can actually help calm them down! So, needless to say we comforted our little guy reassuring him the puppy was not going to attack him, etc., but we made the rule the puppy can not be unattended around our son, or vice versa. He's approx 7-8 lbs. This is often a singular bark, but it can be followed by more barking. I'm desperate to get her settled down before its too late! Now that we have Molson, Tiff is a bit upset at not being the only pooch in the house, and Molson is happy to jump, nip, and bite Tiff just about all the time while we are in the house. This often results in bossy/bratty behavior which can seem to be aggressive. Obviously you'll need to help her a lot with this, but if your pup sees that she is also in control of the resources of life (especially food and treats!) To learn more about this 'resource guarding' check out my page on puppy behavior. Puppies don't understand housebreaking the way we humans do, and as far as Duke is concerned he knows that he needs to go outdoors at home, but thinks it's okay to go indoors at your grandma's. If he's possessive in this way about his toys/bones etc. You will need to be firm with your dog and correct him consistently, if you follow the guidelines on my, Get his chewing under control by reading my. Any help/suggestions would be greatly appreciated. If she gets a hold on my hand, she will tear into it with teeth clenched tight and start shaking her head, trying to break skin. Of course, that doesn't mean that it's okay for him to attack your tree, or your other dog, or you! You are right to decide that you son shouldn't be left unattended with this pup during this adolescent stage. She chews and bites anything and everything, that is common behaviour but she seems to be more intent on biting feet and toes as well as hands and fingers. During this stage they display the same behaviors as human teenagers... testing limits, resisting authority, talking back, mood swings and so on. I think both you and your husband and your puppy would benefit from enrolling in a formal basic obedience class at a local dog obedience school. If she just keeps going after them and won't listen, then it's okay to remove her from the room/situation. YOU need to be that pack leader. Dogs bark for a reason -- they're trying to tell us something. Use left/right arrows to navigate the slideshow or swipe left/right if using a mobile device. I am about 99% happy with the amount he is learning and his progress, however I have two questions. If your pup is at home all day because you're at work, getting someone to take him out for a walk, or some playtime in the backyard at lunchtime may help. FYI: If you buy something through a link on this site I may earn a commission - at NO extra cost to you. We know that puppies need to sort out which one of them is the boss, but I'm a bit lost as to how to stop the fighting before Molson gets too big and can become dangerous to Tiffany, but even more importantly to other puppies, people, and children. Rotties have a habit of making a grunting/groaning/almost-growling sort of noise in their throat when they're happy or content. You may also want to consider a soft muzzle for her if she's going to be in situations where she's likely to snap or bite, until you can get her behavior modified. Just make sure she has some safe, sturdy toys to play with. If I walk away and then return to move him away from his food he growls and snaps. Use a low, firm but calm voice and slow, deliberate movements. Why does my dog bark at me and not my husband? Your dog may bark when you're approaching them because they fear you. So calm that the vet suggested blood tests and recommended me changing her diet so she would some more energy. Ideally you will be able to control at least … There's a lot of truth in the saying 'a tired puppy is a good puppy'. Regular obedience training will help with this, as will making sure he doesn't get to sleep on sofas, beds etc., that he tolerates you handling his food (or him) while he's eating, doesn't guard toys etc. Once outside he kept nipping at my toes, knees, back of knees. Just be firm, loving and patient with this little guy and he'll do just fine. Here's how...... You will need to attach a long training leash (See this website page for some samples of long training leashes. Luckily it's usually pretty straightforward to figure out what's going on and correct the problem. He doesn't realize the same rules apply in both places because he was allowed to do it before. But it is important to make sure that you discourage this behavior and correct him every single time. It sounds as though Bella is a little dominant and she's at the age where she's trying to exert her authority and find out exactly how far she can go! Many people make the horrendous mistake of beating their dogs. It is up to you to teach your dog good behaviors. and I try to get it out, she will start growling and trying to bite. The smaller and younger he is, the easier it will be to correct him, he's already 4 months old so start now! We are both retired so we're home with the pup a lot. Most dogs hate this. Now, none of this is going to result in a well-behaved pup overnight, but if you are consistent, loving and patient - but firm, your little guy WILL get the message. Then you can move on to following her around the yard, and eventually encouraging her to let you be the 'leader'. Puppies really are just like children in that way. He seems to be acting like a teen. He does not do it to my husband, only me. If I don't return the ball, she growls. Never punish your dog for not responding to your training. When they are resting in their space, don't disturb them. Your puppy is behaving in a very normal way because he sees your daughter as a sibling, another puppy really, and this is his way of interacting with other puppies. Puppies are all different and while some don't seem interested in food most of the time, others are chow hounds. Got him at 4 months old. My 6 year old son sees the puppy at least a few times during the week, but their meetings are very casual. It will help you to learn how to understand and control your puppy, increase the bond and respect between you, and give her valuable socialization. She doesn't go crazy indoors and she'll just follow us around and lay down near us or play with her toys. Molson's genetic make up probably has something to do with his play style as Pitbulls and most bully breeds tend to 'play rough' even in fun, German Shepherds are very active and can be dominant and Huskies are independent, strong willed dogs. If you're loving, patient and consistent with this you should be able to overcome the problem. But pups do want to please their owners, and are eager to learn, it's often just that they don't know what is expected of them and are following their canine instincts. Some situations make them afraid. Once she gets a grip, I can't shake her off and have to pry her mouth open to get her off me, usually ending up having her bite me all over again. Then you may want to use a crate to confine him at least for part of the time you're there, the rest of the time watch him very closely and get him outside at the first hint that he needs to 'go'. However, this sort of 'humping' behavior isn't necessarily sexual in young puppies, and tends to be more of a dominant behavior. It seems to be a developmental thing and is their way of 'letting off steam' and reducing the level of excess energy they contain. "The Democrat Party reminds me of the barking dog that chases the bus and finally catches up with it, and what does he do with it now?" She will respond to all of that, she needs you to be her mommy and to help her settle down. Meanwhile, start making him 'work' for his meals, treats, petting etc. Some dogs get over-stimulated by all this and that triggers the 'crazies'. I don't see her as aggressive as guarding, but she has a lot of energy and wants to play all day. She refuses to move when I pull on the leash and will instead try to start a tugging war. The no-bark training collars and muzzles will make your dog stop barking at you in the short term. You will need to be firm with your dog and correct him consistently, if you follow the guidelines on my Puppy Biting page they should help dissuade him from this. I'm really scared what she will be like as an adult if she is this aggressive as a puppy. I've taught him to sit, come and stay (w/ treats) but when I don't use the treats he rarely listens to me. About breed specific behavior (like herding). Any suggestions for getting him to listen better without constantly giving him treats? If your pup hasn't already been neutered then I would recommend getting that taken care of. Hopefully you already correct her firmly (verbally) whenever she growls or snaps at anyone. For the most part he never acts this way. Large or guardian breeds do NOT need a more authoritarian style of training than any other breed. Using positive training methods will help your dog trust and learn to listen to you. We adopted a 9 week old female who is a sweetheart. Try to make sure that there isn't anything that you're doing to make things worse too... For example, if you get tense or anxious as evening approaches because you are expecting her to act up, then she will feel that (dogs are very in tune with their people's emotions) but she won't know why you're anxious. 3 months old. Although it's best to let them sort it out themselves as far as possible, it's important that they both know who's boss - that's YOU AND YOUR GIRLFRIEND, not either of them. Puppies are very rarely truly aggressive. This isn't something to be panicked about, but you're right in wanting to get control over this now, because it will only get more challenging as she gets older. Don't EVER allow her to get away with it without being corrected, and always praise her for good and positive interactions with other people or dogs. It's better if the person being barked at can correct the pup, but in this situation that's not practical and your niece should have done it. Puppies often tend to nip/chase children, as their high-pitched voices and quick movements trigger both their prey drive, and their play drive! I have noticed when he is outside playing and having fun he gets to a point that he is just 100% wide open 100 mph. The nipping and biting are part of the natural way in which dogs interact among themselves and exert their dominance. Many dog obedience schools offer one-on-one training (sometimes even in your own home) and I think this may be an excellent thing to try. Please help! I'd recommend teaching her the 'sit' command, and make this puppy 'earn' everything, from meals to walks, to treats and toys. I don't mean this harshly at all, the situation you're in is actually very common and although it may seem impossible right now, with discipline and perseverance (and a bit of time) YOU can turn this pups behavior around. Some interactive toys would also be a good idea. Check out my Puppy Kibble page for more information and links to the other dog food pages on my site. I'm not sure if this is a new behavior, or if your pup has been 'mouthy' or shown attempts at dominance when younger. The best way to show your dog affection is by giving them plenty of cuddles, rubs, pats, and gentle scratches. Instead take a long, walk and finish up with 5 minutes of training. At these times it would be good to keep a favorite chew toy in your pocket and offer him that as he runs past you to distract him from your pant legs. Celebrate his special unique qualities and continue to work with him on his social skills and training and he will grow up to be a wonderful dog I'm sure. They view looking directly at them, talking to them and trying to pet or reach out to them as being a challenge. Maybe they are not feeling well, or something is scaring them. It is up to you to ensure that you interact with your dog in a positive way and utilise dog training to encourage positive behaviours. We've had her two weeks now and she has taken an extreme dislike to her leash. If he still won't listen, separate him from her by taking him to his crate, or another room and give him a chew toy and time to settle down. Once your pup is fully vaccinated I'd also recommend enrolling him at a local Dog Obedience School. But be calm, and keep your voice low, if you raise your voice or your emotional level, it will only 'wind him up' more. When they misbehave, be calm. If you're not at home every day, your dog might see you as a stranger. That way he won't know which time will win him his treat and hopefully will continue to obey every time in hopes. Tries humping everyone, especially the two older dogs. 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