Comments for Shiba Shake https://shibashake.com/dog Dog Tips, Care & Training Mon, 28 Dec 2020 15:38:18 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.1 Comment on Shiba Inu Training Secrets by Erik https://shibashake.com/dog/shiba-inu-training-secrets/comment-page-7#comment-923710 Mon, 28 Dec 2020 15:38:18 +0000 http://shibashake.com/shibainublog/shiba-inu-training-secrets/#comment-923710 Thank you very much for sharing your stories abs experience. I have first purchased a 5 months old puppy. She is very affectionate and I want to continue to encourage this. However her other antics can be stressful. Your tips, especially on energy and how to interact with them is very useful. Big thank you.

Erik

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Comment on Shiba Inu Training Secrets by --- https://shibashake.com/dog/shiba-inu-training-secrets#comment-923302 Wed, 16 Dec 2020 16:35:57 +0000 http://shibashake.com/shibainublog/shiba-inu-training-secrets/#comment-923302 We have two shibas and have learned that Harnesses work so much better and they don’t choke themselves when they pull

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Comment on Shiba Inu Personality –Good, Bad, & Quirky by Izzy https://shibashake.com/dog/shiba-inu-personality-good-bad-traits/comment-page-8#comment-923203 Sun, 13 Dec 2020 14:52:17 +0000 http://shibashake.com/dog/?page_id=431#comment-923203 Yes they are cute but not when they are mixed with another breed mine is mixed and she goes after my small animals (cats and my baby morki)
Sorry if have bad spelling.

We got our at pet smart I think it was my dog is know 2 so dont remember.

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Comment on Are Off-Leash Dogs Happier Than On-Leash Dogs? by Richard https://shibashake.com/dog/are-off-leash-dogs-happier-than-on-leash-dogs#comment-922912 Thu, 03 Dec 2020 22:26:58 +0000 http://shibashake.com/dog/?p=6868#comment-922912 I have always trained my dogs so that I could walk them off-leash where allowed (here in Vancouver we have many leash-optional trails and beaches). I’ve never had a great deal of luck with getting them to come on command 100%. However, getting them to stay has been very successful. In my experience that is good enough. Even if a squirrel or rabbit is in their sights they will stop when I tell them. If we come upon anyone who is not walking a dog or has small children, I will tell my dog to “stay” and then I come forward and leash them until we go past. Just thought others might find this helpful.

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Comment on Dog Anxiety Problems – How to Deal with an Anxious Dog by Lorette Kenyon https://shibashake.com/dog/dog-anxiety-problems/comment-page-3#comment-922388 Fri, 20 Nov 2020 10:57:48 +0000 http://shibashake.com/dog/dog-anxiety-problems-how-to-deal-with-an-anxious-dog#comment-922388 my dog a five year old is a cross jack russell and cocker spaniel she has always been a loving dog but recently she will just start barking and growl at things we cant hear she even barks and growls at me and my husband when we are just stood up doing something, when we get up to leave the room, even when we talk to each other when shes a sleep she will jump up and start barking, she has always barked when a jet goes over but we are okay with that cause we just usually cuddle her and say gone now i dont think she is in pain cause she is eating and drinking okay she loves going on her walks, and she is still playful but one thing i have noticed is she has started yawning more than usual a lot of this has accured during the fireworks and my smoke alarms has started mal functioning and keeps going off which we are waiting to be replaced but she always barks just before they go off we just tell her good girl i am really worried about her cause her behaviour has really changed just want my loving little girl back

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Comment on Dog to Dog Aggression – Why and How to Stop It by Ari https://shibashake.com/dog/dog-to-dog-aggression/comment-page-7#comment-921195 Wed, 21 Oct 2020 02:09:59 +0000 http://www.shibashake.com/dog/dog-to-dog-aggression#comment-921195 Well I have a question about the part if they won’t be able to be trained anymore for aggression. Is there any other way to help my dog Link to be less aggressive towards other dogs on the park, and from my other dog Piper? Because it might have to be quick so then Link won’t be put to sleep tomorrow. And just to let you know what breed my dogs are well Link is an English bull terrier and piper is a miniature poodle.

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Comment on Leash Training Your Dog by Hanna https://shibashake.com/dog/leash-training-your-dog/comment-page-2#comment-921148 Mon, 19 Oct 2020 16:37:06 +0000 http://www.shibashake.com/dog/leash-training-your-dog#comment-921148 Oops never mind the most recent comments was in 2016, not 2014 :p

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Comment on Leash Training Your Dog by Hanna https://shibashake.com/dog/leash-training-your-dog/comment-page-2#comment-921147 Mon, 19 Oct 2020 16:36:18 +0000 http://www.shibashake.com/dog/leash-training-your-dog#comment-921147 Hope you are still reading comments, Shibashake! I realize the most recent comment was in 2014. So glad to have come across this site though! My shiba inu is currently 4.5 months old and isn’t walking well with the leash. He is afraid of car sounds, especially loud revving, and the main reason he is pulling on the leash is because he’s so afraid he wants to rush home. I’ve been exposing him to cars and busy streets every day since I first brought him home at 2 months, but no improvement. I feel bad that he’s still anxious outside and not enjoying our walks.

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Comment on How Dogs Learn, How Dogs Think by Kat https://shibashake.com/dog/how-dogs-learn-how-dogs-think#comment-921092 Sat, 17 Oct 2020 18:59:23 +0000 http://thedoginc.com/how-dogs-learn-how-dogs-think#comment-921092 I would recommend offering her a number of safe things to chew on – robust toys, cow hide chews, sticks, even soft toys that she has permission to destroy. The chewing phase is something they grow out of and is something they do when left alone. If your dog is having a lovely time with you on walks – it’s possibly she has attachment anxiety which is leading to the chewing behaviour when you are gone. Look into a doggy daycare for when you are away long periods of time.

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Comment on Why Are Shiba Inus One of the Most Difficult Breeds to Train by Fiona https://shibashake.com/dog/why-are-shiba-inus-one-of-the-most-difficult-breeds-to-train/comment-page-2#comment-920533 Wed, 23 Sep 2020 21:50:38 +0000 http://shibashake.com/dog/?p=6070#comment-920533 I had an american eskimo before and he passed away, I got my Shiba inu. My Shiba is a great dog, he isn’t destructive or aggressive, he hangs out with me when I’m working and will tolerate the odd cuddle if they are not too long.

He knows lots of commands but won’t always play along. He’s a puller on walks, we are working on it, but he recall is quite terrible. Luckily, when he has gotten away he’s come fairly quickly but on his terms. I can’t trust him to come back.

I have only done positive training with him, and I’m wondering if you have tips for getting him to come when called. I feel bad that he can’t run around outside.

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