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choc fan22



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choc_fan22 asked:

31 Dec 2010

Dog Runner!!

We have a meduim sized boxer dog, she is an amazing dog. We have another dog to, she is a obese (which is SUPER cute!) puggle. My puggle always comes back to the house, she might go a little into the neighbors yard...but we know she will come back. The issue is...when my boxer gets off the chain, she goes to a highway down my street, and she takes my little dog with her! We have a chain to hook on her collar, and we have tried an electric fence.. Any tips on how to keep that dog here?!?



amberreed95 says:

Posted on 14 Mar 2011

Okay one be careful about the time you leave them out. if someone sees it and calls the animal control they will take it and they can say something stupid like it bit them and the animal control will kill (srry) ur dog. So keeping it in the yard is a big deal. Everytime it does happen to get out make sure to punish it so it doesnt want to get out again. this doesnt mean u abuse it. You dont even hanve to spank it. Some people preffer to yell (which does get the point across) others preffer to punish it by giving the other dogs attention and saying good (whatever the dogs name is thats not in trouble) and completely ignore the dog in trouble. Any kind of punishment will work if u do it a couple of times and only if ur dog understands he is in trouble. You should put up a real fence one that is tall because some dogs can jump very high if u cant do that make sure that when the dog is on the chain the collar cannot slip off or the chain cannot break


barbipixi says:

Posted on 03 Jan 2011

try one of those wireless fence shock collars. it will continue to give her a shock till she comes back in the fence. also leave her normal boundarys up but take her on a test drive.

on the leash let her walk outside your fence and get shocked once then pull her back inside the shock will stop.

other than that you can try to tie up the small dog to atleast keep her from getting hurt


familyportrait says:

Posted on 22 Jan 2011

it souds like your dogs need more exersize boxers need to be ran every day they are extremely high energy dogs and its just bored oh and the fact that ur puggle is obese is NOT cute it needs to be exersised 2 or it will die sooner than it has to or get diabetes

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