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Old 10-06-2019, 01:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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We live I SW Florida and we are having issues with the God given instincts that our dog is dealing with.
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What type of issues? List them out and we can try to help.
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I'd love to know what they are as well. We're having a tough time keeping things out of our beagle's stomach when we go for walks. I want to let him enjoy his time sniffing, but then out of nowhere he'll suddenly chomp something. I've been able to pry a few gross things from his mouth (bird bones!) as well as dangerous thing (Halloween candy dropped on the street is the worst), but I'm pretty sure he's ingested some truly disgusting things.
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lol Welcome! He sure is cute! You have to be fast and always watchful. You will learn to scan the area in front of you for potential things to not eat. You can start by teaching leave it. Beagles love to smell and eat stuff they shouldn't. You have to be one step ahead of them always watching.
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lol Welcome! He sure is cute! You have to be fast and always watchful. You will learn to scan the area in front of you for potential things to not eat. You can start by teaching leave it. Beagles love to smell and eat stuff they shouldn't. You have to be one step ahead of them always watching.
I think I'm be vigilant but autumn is getting the better of me! He digs beneath the fallen leaves to find what he can.

A week from tomorrow we're starting a dog training class, and first thing on my list to ask for is for help with the "drop it" command!
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I think I'm be vigilant but autumn is getting the better of me! He digs beneath the fallen leaves to find what he can.

A week from tomorrow we're starting a dog training class, and first thing on my list to ask for is for help with the "drop it" command!
Leave it is good too.

Nebbers has a super-solid 'drop it' - he drops stuff he kills - but I forgot to teach him not to pick it up again (which has happened with a chipmunk he killed inside my MIL's house, I was hesitating so he was 'Don't mind if I do!' - repeat 5 times before my husband helped). Leave it after drop it is good. Neb's just a darn independent thinker so he was like 'Sure, sure, I did the drop it, you didn't say I had to LEAVE it though!'.

Beagles are independent thinkers after all!

(Neb's leave it is half-decent now once I realized that gap)
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