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MetalPoki 04-23-2011 08:41 PM

Sudden change of behavior (advice pls)
 
evening all, i have a problem here. my dog start rummaging rubbish bin now. she's 8 years old already (our year). she never been like that until past few weeks, she start rummaging dustbin. those that are in the dustbin are just papers and tissue. i don't think she ate anything. but she just tend to dirty the whole place.

she used to do that before but after i punish her she will never ever do that again. but past few week she start rummaging again. and the thing is, she know that it's wrong to do it cause when i go the the dustbin area she'll run away even i din't say anything. then when i go and get her back to that area, she'll pee.

i tried what i can do to make her stop doing that already. but it just won't work. i thought this only happen to puppy. i really need advice from you guys. what should i do to stop this kind of behavior?

thanks {sweat}

dog is my buddy 04-24-2011 12:17 PM

Re: Sudden change of behavior (advice pls)
 
all you can do is keeping rubbish bins securely fastened,the best close the rubbish bins with cover. I think she did because looking for something eat at rubbish bins. the dog can smell the anything over there. this behavior can stop using leash her up, everytime found she did this problem. Hope this help.

MetalPoki 04-25-2011 08:36 PM

Re: Sudden change of behavior (advice pls)
 
she did it again. just now. i'm very disappointed and sad. she wasn't like that before. even the rubbish bin have something good to eat, she won't dare to touch it. and now she totally changed. i really don't know what should i do.

dog is my buddy 04-25-2011 10:57 PM

Re: Sudden change of behavior (advice pls)
 
Put her in Cage.

mythsnlegends 09-30-2014 10:13 PM

Re: Sudden change of behavior (advice pls)
 
Putting your dog in the cage and tying the dog up is not the answer. The dog needs to unlearn this unwanted behavior.

Check out this page on FB Happy Dogs

Houman is a dog behaviorist. He solves alot of unwanted behavior in dogs. The aim of the training is to teach the owners what to do.

You can contact him at 017-611-0966 for more info.

He had a dog going through baby diapers in a dustbin. All solved easy peasy :)

Good luck


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