How do I stop my dog from digging holes or jumping fences please?
This behaviour becomes chronic when she is on heat.
You are probably not exercising her or taking her to play at a dog park when she is in heat. Is she a breeding dog? If she is not, go ahead and have her spayed so that she will stop being bored when in heat.
I have hubs on both of these issues, so if you want to do more reading on the subjects just look at my profile page.
Spay your dog and she won't be jumping fences to look for a mate. Depending on the breed some dogs you can not stop from digging. Please be responsible and spay your dog. Over 7,000,000 dogs are put down each year at shelters.
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