|Barked: Tue Apr 8, '14 12:58am PST |
|Bunny- HIII! I do lurk sometimes. He can walk the dog small amounts. He has area around the house, but not fenced. I think he can go online a bit, but doesn't have the best computer. I will pass that link on.
I don't think he's terribly familiar with clicker training, but I will try to pass information about it on.
And I agree! He just doesn't know what to do with this sort of dog. It's hard falling in love with a dog you may not have chosen for compatibility.
Jasper- Thanks! I was thinking nosework too!
Ginger- Clickers are awesome. That being said, I don't know how much he'd know how to do with training past the basics. I was thinking about this kind of training too, but his family member said he's not so experienced with that kind of thing.
I think he could do a flirt pole!
Right now he's feeding in the crate to get the pup enjoying that as his space more, but I will suggest the wobbler.
Moose- !! Hi! When I think of Saints I still think of you guys. I'm going to throw the nosework thing out to them for sure.
I am concerned about the exercise factor. The dog can go to work with him most days, which I think does help rather than cooped up in the house entirely. It's more stimulating at least. But JRTs are so... So terrier-y! I'm hoping they can adjust.
Also, I've been told he's having trouble potty training properly. I guess he got an indoor dog pad of some sort that I think he may have in the crate right now. The dog seems to be taking to the pad, but will still have accidents if left unattended, and tends to dislike potty time outside. If he can't take the dog he has to leave it for around 10 hours or so, which isn't ideal for a puppy obviously. Of course, it wasn't his expectation to be put in charge of this dog. It's kind of a tough one. I mean, I assume it's difficult for him to get someone in to let the dog out during the day.
Any advice for dual potty training the dog?
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