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Random question, how do you get a dog to learn personal space and to stay out from under your feet. Like I get some dogs are like that and it’s because they love you lol but our foster dog right now is so bad it drives one insane. You literally have to walk through him he won’t move out of the Dachshund If you don’t have one you will never understand shirt way and he stays about half an inch behind you if he’s following so he gets stepped on whenever you back up.
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And if you sit down he has to be on top of you in your face. And I can’t tell him no and move him to his dog bed 1000x and he’s still the exact same. We give positive rewards for listening but it’ll get to the point where you’ve spent the entire day with a dog 1/2inch from your body and face and I just put him outside for a bit to get a break. Our whole yards fenced and he loves the outdoors so it’s not a punishment but it just helps us have a break from him lol I didn’t know you could have a dog that’s TOO affectionate. Is the Dachshund If you don’t have one you will never understand shirt dog anxious? Is he destructive when you leave him? I foster dogs and I have had a few of these, my least favorite dogs. If he is just clingy you can try a few things.
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Train him to crate with the door open. Put him in a crate and hold the door closed with your hand, start to open the door and when he moves forward to close the door again. Open, he moves, closes the door, if he moves back or sits or lay down open the door wider. He will learn that the Dachshund If you don’t have one you will never understand shirt door opens when he lays down. Then put the crate near your sofa when you are watching TV and leave the door open (now that he will stay in with the door open). As for him following too close, I would just ignore this and if you trip on him or accidentally step on him often enough he will learn to move out of the way. So I know it’s only been a couple of days, but how has it been going with trying heel commands? I like the word back as opposed to heel since dogs respond to sound and not necessarily words