Questions on Your Dog’s Behavior by Jim Burwell | dogbehavior.tv, Replays Originally aired 11-4-16. Replay is below. Good Dog Behavior – How to Get It from Jim Burwell on Vimeo. It’s Time For Action! Use our private, one-to-one dog training hangouts to get the dog behavior you’ve always wanted. 8 Comments Crystall Strong on November 4, 2016 at 3:55 pm Hey Jim: I saw your video on your Facebook Page where this guy had 3 dogs and when the doorbell rang you taught him to have them go into their crates. PLEASE tell me how to do this 😉 Kristie Freeman on November 4, 2016 at 5:48 am Hi Jim, My 2 year old boxer Bentley, is very excitable and over protective, I am having trouble with him coming when called when something else has his attention. What can i do? Thank you! Love your show! Kristie John Klusmann on November 3, 2016 at 7:53 pm What do you do when you have two female dogs that have been raised together and suddenly go red zone. Both are altered. Thank you LRussell on November 3, 2016 at 11:56 am Hi Jim, thanks so much for doing these sessions! I am not able to watch the live show, but I have a question similar to Kathleen’s. Our Dal is 7 years old and last year she started barking every time we let her out in the yard, whether she sees something or not, she just runs out barking a few times, kinda like she’s saying “I’m here”. Also, she thinks the world is hers, if she can see someone, even two blocks away, she will bark at them and she also barks at noises she hears coming from the outside when she is in the house. We’ve tried the distracting her with sending her to her mat, calling her to us and giving her treats, but it doesn’t always work and it is hard to predict when she will react. Thank you Patty on November 3, 2016 at 7:20 am I am trying to ask a question for Fri. Nov. 2. But can’t find where to ask it. I have a 5 year old GSD, just got a 9 week old puppy GSD . I only allow them to be in same room with puppy in crate. Am I handling this the right way? Puppy of course wants to be all over 5 year old GSD who has epilepsy. I need to know if you have suggestions on when I should introduce them without crate while having both on leashes? Thanks for any suggestions you have for me. Patty Anne-Maree on November 2, 2016 at 8:23 pm Hi Jim I am a strong advocate of attaching a soft leash to a dog inside the house to correct several behavioural problems (rushing the door, stealing personal items, invading the bed/lounge etc). I am having trouble implementing this technique. I have 2 naughty Irish Terriers that seem to know they have an advantage over me as I am confined to a wheelchair (& I live alone). When I attach a lead to one or both of them they start leading each other around the house, play tug-a-war with each other or just get tangled. It looks cute at the time but defeats the purpose of gaining control. What would you recommend for a 2 dog household? Kathleen on November 1, 2016 at 5:35 pm Hi Jim, My golden doodle is now two years old. I’ve been following your suggestions since she was just a pup. My problem is that she runs from window to window barking at everything that moves all day long. She does the same thing in the evening when she hears noises. I call her by saying “come” and give her a treat. I also do sits and downs, however these things do not work when she is in a frenzy. I was hoping you would tell me what to do before my husband puts a shock collar on her. We had a trainer, but we fired him because we didn’t want to use the shock collar. We really can’t take her barking any longer. She gets exercise as you suggest. Thank you, Kathleen Leslie on November 1, 2016 at 11:36 am Hi Jim, I really look forward to learning from you each Friday. I have a 10 month old blacklab who is very excitable and has become, within the last two months, dog reactive. I did get some good insight from your last show about biting and have implemented your tips. Oskar has a tendency to get over excited very easily and the dog reactivity has him trying to dominate the 95 lb yellow lab next door who is very docile. Oskar is small at about 40 lbs. They do not play together any longer and I don’t feel I can walk him around other dogs nor certainly take him to a dog park for fear he will be to wiley. He barks and lunges each time he gets near a dog so now we skirt around when we see them coming or try to walk where we are free of other dogs walking. I did get the gentle leader last week and have been trying to implement that as well. I have taken a break from it for a couple of days because he scraped his nose up trying to take it off. He is crated when needed but I work from home so he is not left alone often. He gets daily walks and attention as well. I am using positive reinforcement tools. Thank you for you willingness to share your expertise.