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Really this is to all those who own dogs and i know a few of you do. I am baby sitting a 6 month old Cavalier King Charles, who i have to admit, is more than a little naughty. :?

He behaves like a choir boy for his owner but is ever so naughty for me.

He has been running off when taken off his lead, weeing in the house (despite going for regular walks and being in the garden all day) getting me up at 4am, climbing onto the sofa and barking ALL the time. :evil: :twisted: :evil: :twisted:

He has also started pickign fights with my Bengal and despite coming off far worse going back for more! I dont think my cat is too impressed by him and nipped his ear quite hard the other day. :oops:

I know that the dog is normally very well behaved, do you think it is just the change of house? :?: :?: he is not neautred (yet) either which i dont think helps...

Does anyone have any tips on how i can train this wild beast?!? or at least get him to settle, i have him for another week and a half and both me and my kitty need some peace :D

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Not sure , you may be stuck with hm like that, they seem to know what they can get away with , wish I was more help , but my old dog that got run over last year 2 days before Christmas that I had for 8 years he never would go in the house he would hold all day if he had to, but since I've had this new dog well I just don't think he'll ever measure up to what my old dog was like , but I still love him.
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My dog is 10 years old and will still take off first opportunity he gets when you let him off the leash. Will also chew everything in the house to death if you let him loose. I guess some dogs are just like that... we used to take him to obedience classes when he was younger but that never helped much. Sorry I can't be any help Nintendo!

I was watching the TV show "Location, Location, Location" the other day, it's filmed in Britain and deals with two experts helping home buyers find the perfect home. When Nintendo said "despite going for regular walks and being in the garden all day" that reminded me of the show. I had noticed that over there they call the backyard the "garden". I'm not quite sure why, because quite a few of the backyards over there don't even have gardens! Also, they seem to be a lot smaller than those over here in Canada or the US... houses that advertise having a "large garden" in England generally have a tiny little walled-in square that wouldn't even be half the size of a North American backyard! I just thought it was funny how things are different "across the pond".
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Post Sun Aug 03, 2008 11:32 am

Since he's still a puppy, he's still crazy as ever. I don't own a dog but I watch a lot of dog training TV shows - "It's Me or the Dog" on Animal Planet.

For the accidents in the house, you should catch him in the action ;) Pick him up and he's stop immediately and bring him to the yard and when he comes back, reward him. Though his little accidents should stop with your frequent trips outside. Scrub the places he went on with a strong cleaner!

As for the barking, I have no idea. Make a loud noise to disrupt him.

Good luck with taming the wild beast :)
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Not sure , you may be stuck with hm like that, they seem to know what they can get away with , wish I was more help , but my old dog that got run over last year 2 days before Christmas that I had for 8 years he never would go in the house he would hold all day if he had to, but since I've had this new dog well I just don't think he'll ever measure up to what my old dog was like , but I still love him.



Thanks Atilla, as everyone must now know im a cat lover, dogs are cool aswell, i have had a few cats now and all of them are different :)
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Since he's still a puppy, he's still crazy as ever. I don't own a dog but I watch a lot of dog training TV shows - "It's Me or the Dog" on Animal Planet.

For the accidents in the house, you should catch him in the action Pick him up and he's stop immediately and bring him to the yard and when he comes back, reward him. Though his little accidents should stop with your frequent trips outside. Scrub the places he went on with a strong cleaner!

As for the barking, I have no idea. Make a loud noise to disrupt him.

Good luck with taming the wild beast



I have tried catching him in the act, unfortuntaely when i try to lift him up he just carries on peeing. It left a lovely stream of dog wee through my hall when i was carrying him. My cat uses the toilet, i guess you cant teach a dog to do that.
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My dog is 10 years old and will still take off first opportunity he gets when you let him off the leash. Will also chew everything in the house to death if you let him loose. I guess some dogs are just like that... we used to take him to obedience classes when he was younger but that never helped much. Sorry I can't be any help Nintendo!

I was watching the TV show "Location, Location, Location" the other day, it's filmed in Britain and deals with two experts helping home buyers find the perfect home. When Nintendo said "despite going for regular walks and being in the garden all day" that reminded me of the show. I had noticed that over there they call the backyard the "garden". I'm not quite sure why, because quite a few of the backyards over there don't even have gardens! Also, they seem to be a lot smaller than those over here in Canada or the US... houses that advertise having a "large garden" in England generally have a tiny little walled-in square that wouldn't even be half the size of a North American backyard! I just thought it was funny how things are different "across the pond".


Blimey they show Location Location Location over there, its an awful show. We live on a small (and rip off) island so space is a premium. Anything with a large garden is going to be expensive. London was recently declared the most expensive city to live in, you will be lucky to get a balcony thier let alone a garden. I used ot love in Chester city centre, i had a yard about 3 meters square and considered myself lucky, city centre living eh.

I like where i live now as i can get to the seaside in a few hours, the countryside in a few minutes and a big city in about half an hour, i am really lucky, and of course North Wales is not too far away for Mountain Biking.

Over here a garden usually refers to a grass/planted area, a yard would be somethign covered in slabs/gravel or something uncultivated such as decking.

I would love a huge 'backyard'!
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Wow I'm not sure what kind garden Maple was referring to but in Hillbilly land were I'm from a garden is like well beans, pea corn, cucmbers, tomatoea, potatoes, and such. Oh and a yard here is like with grass :).
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Wow I'm not sure what kind garden Maple was referring to but in Hillbilly land were I'm from a garden is like well beans, pea corn, cucmbers, tomatoea, potatoes, and such. Oh and a yard here is like with grass .


Nah thats a veg patch or a farmers field.
Lol, you have started somehting now Graham... :D
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Nah, they're not wrestling... I think they may be in love! Watch out or you may have some inter-species breeding going on!
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Nah, they're not wrestling... I think they may be in love! Watch out or you may have some inter-species breeding going on!


I think you are right i watched for a while this afternoon, it was definately flirting:o I often thought my cat was a little flamboyant but he is well out of the closet now, bless him. :)

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Those were my first you tube videos! im trying to catch up with the cool kids.
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My Cat (Valentino Catarossi - of Paris Perfection & Limited Edition of roiux F1) caught a wood pidgeon yesterday moring, the dog helped him to devour it...


...then i wondered... can dogs eat pidgeon? if he gets dihorea he can sleep in the garden.
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