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  1. Nov 13,  · “The dog picks up one toy and you immediately show them that you have another toy and they want to return to get that toy — or you can have treats and .
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  3. Well, kind of. While we all know someone with an amazing dog who has always loved to go grab the newspaper off the street, most dogs don’t arrive on this planet with an instinctual understanding of the whole “go fetch that item and bring it back to a human nice and unchewed” thing. It’s a behavior we teach our dogs with varying degrees of success, largely depending on their motivation.
  4. The first thing to keep in mind is how you’re judging your dog’s appetite. If you’re concerned because your dog isn’t eating as much as the guidelines state on the food you purchase, remember that these are only averages. Many perfectly healthy dogs eat only 60% to 70% of the amount stated on the packaging.. Because loss of appetite in dogs can indicate illness, it is important to seek.
  5. A healthy dog may walk away from a bowl of food that's gone bad. A large bag of kibble left open for a month will lose its appeal and could turn rancid. Canned food is only tasty and edible for three to five days after it’s opened, and you must keep it in the boutgipersmakchickkar.derteforcioucarbuetalejefanmope.co: Suz Redfearn.
  6. Dec 02,  · That’s just why it seems so unfortunate. But yes, it seems so weird to train her out of loving fetch that it seems to me to be better to give her better outlets (e.g. larger unleashed dog parks for fetch where other dogs aren’t an issue), and maybe schedule play dates so I don’t rely on the dog area for her socialization.
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  8. Oct 06,  · You should teach your dog to drop, however, and don’t play into the chase game. Starting your dog off with proper training at an early age will make it easier to get your dog to play fetch with ease. Another reason your dog won’t return the ball is because he or she is possessive. If your dog shows guarding behavior or a ball or stick, be wary.

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