Hi Dog Lovers! Not sure if this has been addressed, but I couldn't find a hub on this. We have three dogs. Two of which behave perfectly while us humans eat dinner (or any meal). Our third is food motivated. LOVES food. While we eat, she whines...incessantly. (Even after she's already eaten). We've tried to ignore her or put her in another room-but that only causes her to cry more, upsetting the other two dogs. We can't leave her outside- we live in the desert- way too hot to keep a dog out there too long.
Has anyone encountered this before and if so, how did you overcome it? Other than mealtime, she behaves fine. She's very energetic, but gets plenty of exercise. It's when food is around that she will become a little psycho pup. Any suggestions?
You have to tell your dog no. Be determine as you command her. If possible, try to tell her to leave the dinning room with only your voice, DO NOT pull her yourself. Try using your finger as you command.
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