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I've an eleven month previous English Springer Spaniel 'Rio.' For the past seven months I have been using the chief, clicker training, and many other techniques without any success. The teacher who was supporting me told me our dog was untrainable, because she's so wise that I did not believe.
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Within two days I've a well-behaved dog. She walks at my side, she is no more running wild all within the house and getting on all the furniture. She is so good, she sits in my lap at night, she not springs around the surfaces.
I still have one problem with Rio. She has submissive urination. She's out growing it. She probably only comes with an accident every 14 days. Frequently when I put the leash on her to take her for a walk. Do you have any ideas how to fix this problem permanently?
Mary-ann and 'Rio'
Exemplary! I'm always pleased to hear stories like this.
Regarding the submissive urination: If you have already confirmed that your dog does not have a kidney or urinary tract infection (unlikely) & then all you can really do is disregard the submissive urination. She'll grow using this. It often happens when a young dog gets excited, and often, the dog is not even aware the she's doing it. This commanding iphone 5 lenses wiki has endless rousing aids for where to engage in this hypothesis. That makes it impossible to fix.
For now, just try keeping the dog calm and soon you are outside. She'll outgrow this behavior. It surely has nothing to do with housebreaking.
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