Yes, Tucker is a wild man. It's because he doesn't understand the rules, and he's going to push you as far as he can. So it's best to not give him those opportunities. Create rules and enforce them. I don't mean to hit him, or to yank him or yell at him. Just simply put him in the position where he's successful. Positive reinforcement once is THREE times as effective as negative reinforcement.
There are tons of obedience classes in your area, so I'm sure you'll find one nearby.
Ok so getting Tucker at 9 months from someone who diddnt pay attention to him. O knew it would be a challenge adopting an older pup.
This is what needs worked on
My one neibor Tucker likes to run as fast as he can over there and jump on them,he is over 100 lbs and on hind legs is as tall as me 5'4....he don't care about anyone else,even people can walk by with dogs I tell him no and he stays.....but there is no stopping him with these other people uugh its wearing me out and I'm sure they are tired of it too! Wouldn't be so bad if he diddnt jump and leave claw marks on them
Mootchi-g while we have dinner and stealing food when not looking. We always. Trained our dogs to lay away from the table while we eat....Tucker don't care he is a mootchy pig
He still will mark some I still haven't got him neutered...be size he still hates the car lol
The cats! My poorkitties will only come downstairs if Tucker is beond a gate I feel so bad for them! I wish tucker wouldn't Chase them
I finally got him to listen to down as in laydown. He is so stubborn! I find Myself getting so mad and I know 5hat doesn't help