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Old 01-15-2013, 01:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Brynn is now 15 weeks old and his need to jump on the sofa is relentless. Other than this his training is going perfectly, I had him house trained in just over a week and he is responding well to commands. I take him to obedience classes and he is starting ringcraft training this week.

Just wondered if anyone else experianced a similar problem and how you combatted it.
He knows he is doing wrong and gets off as soon as I tell him "off" but he doesn't stop doing it.
Any advice would be great


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Old 01-15-2013, 03:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
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My6.....Awesome pic. LOVE IT!

JaakeTod, your pup is very young and it sounds like you are doing a great job with him. He is listening to you, when you tell him off. If you really don't want him on the couch, be consistent with the "off." He will learn.
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Haha, no I don't suppose you can lol


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Oh, my6 it's beautiful ))
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I agree, you are doing a very good job with training and he is listening. At his age it could be a bit of a game too and a way to be close to you. Be sure to praise him good when he gets down from the couch. maybe give him a good ear scratch or something that he likes.
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Old 01-16-2013, 11:02 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Have you considered sofa covers?
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Oh my goodness! This evening my little gunner chewed a hole in the armrest of my couch! Hubby wasn't impressed my turn to teach my beagle baby "OFF" wish me luck lol
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This was under strict supervision. I wouldn't dare not keep an eye on her on the furniture. She managed to destroy all the patio chair cushions. Cassie was watching someone outside
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This was under strict supervision. I wouldn't dare not keep an eye on her on the furniture. She managed to destory al the patio chair cushions. Cassie was watching someone outside

Here I'll translate for you....

Cassie-- "mom,mom you see those blasted squirrels...mom,mom do you see those squirrels?" "OMG do you see those freaking squirrels?"

Well that's what usually plays out at my house. The squirrels and deer are arch enemies to my pack.




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