This is quite a straightforward separation case. Two-year-old Fox Terrier Rufus panics when he’s left all by himself. He came from the breeder to live with the young lady at about eight months of age. Until then he always had the company of other dogs. He’s never been all by Read more…
This is a puzzling situation. Often Harvey simply won’t walk.
The Fox Terrier is now eight years old and this began several years ago. He became even more reluctant to go out after their other dog died about nine months ago.
The lady and gentleman feel walks are very important, so much so that in addition to a morning walk and an evening walk, they have one of two dog walkers coming in during the day as well. Both were at our meeting which is wonderful. He certainly has plenty of humans caring for and about him!
They may have to drag or carry him out of the door. If he walks a little way to start with, he will then simply sit down. He won’t walk and refuses to go any further without some force.
The man referred to this as ‘being naughty’.
Harvey always pulls on the way back, very eager to get home. (more…)
We can’t have eyes in the back of our head, so where dogs and toddlers are concerned the environment needs to be adjusted accordingly. Jack is a five-year-old Fox Terrier and they have had him since he was a puppy, well before their little girl was born. They have put Read more…