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  1. Thanks for your reply and advice. The guinea pigs are kept outside in the back garden in a hutch so this only becomes a problem when I take her out the back garden so I have resorted to keeping her on the lead when she is in the garden to keep her away from the pigs. She is quite good with the ‘leave it’ command as I can hold a treat in front of her nose and say leave it and she won’t take it until I say ‘take it’. I have noticed that when I am training her to do the things like leave it, take it, sit, lie down, paw etc she picks things up very quickly but it’s just a worry with
  2. Yeah I realised after I’d posted because I read another topic that was wrongly posted in here. Thank you.
  3. Sorry if I’ve posted this in the wrong forum. I have now posted it in general discussion but I can’t work out how to delete this one.
  4. Hi, I was just looking for some advice. I have a female border collie and she’s 5 months old. She is such a confident pup and she loves playing with people and other dogs. The only real problem I’m experiencing is that she is really aggressive with resource guarding when it comes to chew sticks, bones and the like. She isn’t as bad with her normal food that she has at meal times but anything of ‘high value’ you just can’t go near her without her growling, showing her teeth then if you go to close she snaps at you. I’ve also found that if she’s fixated on something and you try and g
  5. Hi, I was just looking for some advice. I have a female border collie and she’s 5 months old. She is such a confident pup and she loves playing with people and other dogs. The only real problem I’m experiencing is that she is really aggressive with resource guarding when it comes to chew sticks, bones and the like. She isn’t as bad with her normal food that she has at meal times but anything of ‘high value’ you just can’t go near her without her growling, showing her teeth then if you go to close she snaps at you. I’ve also found that if she’s fixated on something and you try and get
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