SESSION 45: FIX BACKYARD MISBEHAVIOR

//SESSION 45: FIX BACKYARD MISBEHAVIOR

SESSION 45: FIX BACKYARD MISBEHAVIOR

In episode 45, I answer a question from a listener about how to fix some backyard misbehavior.  One of the podcast listeners is having a challenge with her dog misbehaving in the backyard.  Her dog is apparently digging up some plants and chewing on parts of the deck.  I go through a step by step plan to help our listener’s dog learn the backyard rules.

In this session:

Do you have a dog that doesn’t understand the backyard policies?

Do you find random things chewed up and destroyed after leaving your dog in the backyard for any amount of time?

Do you know the steps to go through to ensure that your dog can be in the backyard without supervision for some period of time?

Details In this Session

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DETAILS IN THIS SESSION

Jenna’s backyard behavior issues:

  1. Systemic solutions
    1. Give him more of what he’s supposed to do (chew toys, digging pit etc.)
    2. Upgrade Sampson’s exercise plan
    3. Don’t allow him in the backyard without training supervision right now
  2. Direct training
    1. Use leave it with the things he’s not allowed near (first use the leash, then a long line)
    2. Introduce a remote trainer or e-collar with the long line and coach the leave it using the e-collar and long line while you’re back there with him
  3. (Finally) Let him into the backyard again on his own –however, you need to be watching from a window
    1. Use the e-collar to reinforce the “leave it” that you’ve coached him with in the backyard while you were present
    2. You might consider an “in ground” wire perimeter with the e-collar (dog watch or invisible fence systems)

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I’ve been training people and dogs in Seattle for the last decade and a half. My main focus when working with clients every week in one-on-one, private lessons is to help people learn to get their dogs to a functional level so that they can actually enjoy spending time every day with their dog instead of stressing about their dog’s behavior issues.

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