March 07, 2016

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SPRING 2016 PHOTO CONTEST
 

The time has come for our 2016 Leerburg Photo Contest! We're looking for fun and interesting photos to feature on our website, newsletters, catalog, and more! We welcome submissions featuring dogs of all shapes and sizes, whether it's a perfectly-timed shot, a cute and cuddly puppy, or something downright goofy. Enter now for a chance to win some cool prizes!


Photos should be high resolution, full-sized digital images, and must be the sole property of the submitter. Please do not send photos that may be copyright protected from a photographer. Limit 2 photos per person. Photos must be submitted on or before Sunday, March 20th, 2016 to qualify. Leerburg reserves the right to use all photos submitted to this contest.


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I adopted a 2 year old dog a few weeks ago and I'm working through the pack structure program. She's really good except for when she sees other dogs through the window and on walks. She goes NUTS! Does this mean she doesn't see me as the pack leader?


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Since you've only had her a short time, I'd set her up to be more successful. I would NOT allow her look out of windows. That will take care of that problem. If you are following the pack structure program she should not be in a position to look out the window unsupervised. I also would not be walking her where she will contact other dogs right now. You need to build the relationship first.


You will need to teach her that you are in charge of things, and that she doesn't need to react to other dogs. She won't learn it if you keep letting her do the same behaviors over and over. You need to work with her away from distractions like dogs first and then FROM A DISTANCE start working on neutralizing to other dogs. If you haven't tried marker training with her, I would recommend it. It will give her something positive to focus on instead of lighting up on other dogs.


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