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It sounds like he needs encouraging Place the dog in the middle of the stairs. Put a treat on the top step only, and encourage him if/when he decides to walk up the remainder of the steps. If you want him to go down the stairs, repeat the process above except place him on the stairs facing downwards, with the treat on the first step Eventually, you can ...


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What you have is a high energy dog. She needs lots of physical and mental stimulation to be happy. The running around and whining if you don't offer enough training are good indicators that she has more than eough energy. If she were tired, she would be reluctant to go on a walk and would walk slowly instead of running around. Maybe you got confused by her ...


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A couple of weeks ago we moved into a house This is the likely trigger for the increased clinginess, you get this whenever you move house with a cat. The only real answer here is patience. Also remember you must never respond to the behaviour. I adopted a 7 year old female just under a year ago, and in her first night, the second I put my head down to sleep ...


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