Comments for Shiba Shake https://shibashake.com/dog Dog Tips, Care & Training Thu, 14 May 2020 17:10:03 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.1 Comment on Shiba Inu Training Secrets by Anonymous https://shibashake.com/dog/shiba-inu-training-secrets/comment-page-7#comment-911937 Thu, 14 May 2020 17:10:03 +0000 http://shibashake.com/shibainublog/shiba-inu-training-secrets/#comment-911937 Dear shibashake, i hava a 7 month old male shiba and he wont stop puppy biting. I tried the toy method and the command method but nothing works. Can you please help?

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Comment on How to Buy a Siberian Husky Puppy by Anonymous https://shibashake.com/dog/how-to-buy-a-siberian-husky-puppy#comment-911867 Wed, 13 May 2020 22:28:27 +0000 http://thedoginc.com/siberian-husky-puppies-i-want-one-how-do-i-get-one#comment-911867 How many money will I have to pay?

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Comment on Shiba Inu Personality –Good, Bad, & Quirky by Fran https://shibashake.com/dog/shiba-inu-personality-good-bad-traits/comment-page-8#comment-911130 Tue, 05 May 2020 12:40:00 +0000 http://shibashake.com/dog/?page_id=431#comment-911130 I have been poking my head into your page since 2012 and have confirmed so much through it. I don’t know if you’re still active or not but I do appreciate the time and effort you put into this. I love this especially, “He will sit there and wait until I have the acceptable number of dog treats in my hand, before going into his crate.”

I have a 7 y/o Shiba female who has really shown me that this dog may be legally ‘owned’ by me, she is definitely a partner in this relationship. We negotiate almost everything!

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Comment on Shiba Inu Personality –Good, Bad, & Quirky by Elke Taivassalo https://shibashake.com/dog/shiba-inu-personality-good-bad-traits/comment-page-8#comment-910967 Sat, 02 May 2020 23:25:10 +0000 http://shibashake.com/dog/?page_id=431#comment-910967 I really enjoyed reading all letters! I have a 2 year old red Shiba, TULI and he is and does everything I read in all the letters. The first year was very busy. This little guy has so much energy and even I sit with him every evening for few hours and play. We take him 3 times for daily walks 30-60 minutes each time. He plays great with all other dogs and loves people. He takes any opportunity to escape, ears going back and his little legs go. Down our street lives a friend who always has a treat, that’s were I always go and pick him up. He is our whole families joy and I could not see my life without him.

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Comment on How to Stop Your Dog from Eating Poop by Rhonda L Frank https://shibashake.com/dog/how-to-stop-dog-eating-poop/comment-page-2#comment-910758 Wed, 29 Apr 2020 20:53:53 +0000 http://thedoginc.com/dog-eating-poop-why-and-how-to-stop-it#comment-910758 Our dog is nearly 11 years old. He is Shiba through and through. He will not eat his poo unless he knows we are watching him. Normally, if we are not noticed, he will just sniff and walk away. Always checking to see if he is being watched. If he sees us, he starts chowing down! He knows “leave it” since a young pup.
He is Shiba; he only listens when he feels like it. We love him, but sometimes we threaten to release him into the wild.

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Comment on Shiba Inu vs. Siberian Husky – Which is Better? by Alison Ava https://shibashake.com/dog/shiba-vs-siberian#comment-910621 Tue, 28 Apr 2020 07:07:50 +0000 http://shibashake.com/dog/?p=999#comment-910621 I loved this article. I couldn’t chose between a Siberian husky or a shiva inu, but finally, I chose a Siberian Husky.

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Comment on Why Are Shiba Inus One of the Most Difficult Breeds to Train by KIM https://shibashake.com/dog/why-are-shiba-inus-one-of-the-most-difficult-breeds-to-train#comment-910584 Mon, 27 Apr 2020 17:21:58 +0000 http://shibashake.com/dog/?p=6070#comment-910584 I’ve had my Shiba Inu for 3 weeks, everyday she does something new, however I cannot get her to.come when called. She will wait look away and then 4 seconds later come close to me. Its on her terms. She is definitely a challenge yet I am as stubborn as she is. Thanks for the information on how to get her to come when called.

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Comment on How to Deal with Bad Dog Behavior by Arcy https://shibashake.com/dog/how-to-deal-with-bad-dog-behavior#comment-910368 Fri, 24 Apr 2020 21:46:18 +0000 http://shibashake.com/dog/?p=12267#comment-910368 Hello! I was wondering if you had any advice for this situation…I have a 7 month old Shiba Inu. She is very smart and knows what she is allowed and not allowed to do. I know she knows because if she does it and I look at her she runs away into a fit of zoomies. The problem is that if she has something that I need to take away from her or her “crime” was enough to warrant a time out, I can never get her with ease because she will run under the bed where I can’t reach her. This is with me just walking over to her. She knows she was bad! I’ve tried sitting on the floor and waiting her out. Or calmly calling her to come out but she won’t listen and won’t come out until I leave the room. How can I stop her from retreating under the bed? Any ideas?

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Comment on Dog Anxiety Problems – How to Deal with an Anxious Dog by rachel frampton https://shibashake.com/dog/dog-anxiety-problems/comment-page-3#comment-910159 Wed, 22 Apr 2020 01:11:59 +0000 http://shibashake.com/dog/dog-anxiety-problems-how-to-deal-with-an-anxious-dog#comment-910159 I have been worrying about my dog’s state because he hasn’t eaten anything since yesterday, that’s why I’m currently looking for a veterinarian. I never knew that a dog experiences anxiety when he chews up furniture, walls, and shoes, surprisingly, he’s also doing this bizarre thing. I’m glad you shared this; I’ll keep in mind to massage him because according to your statement, this can help him relax.

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Comment on Tortora’s Study, Dog Aggression, and Shock Collars by SFHusky https://shibashake.com/dog/tortoras-study-dog-aggression-and-shock-collars#comment-909826 Fri, 17 Apr 2020 18:33:31 +0000 http://shibashake.com/dog/?p=8604#comment-909826 Hi, thank you for this article, very helpful! How do you feel about using E-collars not as punishment but on a very low (or vibrate setting) to get your dog’s attention when outside and very distracted… instead of screaming their name when they’re a bit further away. I’m trying to work on recall at further distances (e.g. 20+ feet) and sometimes I can’t get my husky to look at me to even receive the “come” command. From what I’ve read, the idea would be to 1) gently buzz the collar 2) issue the command 3) reward compliance, with praise/treat

What do you think of that approach? Have you seen any studies that have tested this method?

Thanks again!

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