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  1. Hi fellow BC lovers, I've been on here a couple times to ask questions and your feedback has been invaluable, so thanks for that! I'm here with another puzzling situation. One night a couple nights ago, my 1.5 year old pup Scout, started acting very anxious while my partner and I were still up in the living room chatting. He came jumping up on the couch and sat on top of the back/headrest of the couch. He's never done this, he was panting and trying to jump all over me (which is his usual "I'm anxious mom, please help me" behavior. I can not for the life of me recall what happened to
  2. Whoops my mistake! I thought I was posting to the general forum. Not sure how to delete this post but please disregard it in this section! My apologizes.
  3. Hi everyone, This morning while at the park playing fetch, my dog, who is friendly and enjoys playing with other dogs, was attacked by another dog. There were no obvious signs of injury on my dog, but there was a good 10 seconds where the other dog was on top of my dog being super aggressive and my dog was crying like I have never heard him cry before. Everything was fine but boy was I scared! The other owner broke them up (I was around 40 feet away when it happened). I ran over to my dog and because natural human maternal instinct kicked in and I started petting, loving up on my pup t
  4. Hi everyone, This morning while at the park playing fetch, my dog, who is friendly and enjoys playing with other dogs, was attacked by another dog. There were no obvious signs of injury on my dog, but there was a good 10 seconds where the other dog was on top of my dog being super aggressive and my dog was crying like I have never heard him cry before. Everything was fine but I was scared! The other owner broke them up (I was around 40 feet away when it happened). I ran over to my dog and because of my natural human maternal instinct started petting and reassuring my dog and making sure h
  5. Hi Everyone, I am somewhat new to this forum (only my second post) and a newish dog owner. We got our Border Collie pup, Scout, just over a year ago, he's 15 months old and we're totally in love! He's an amazing companion but sometimes these issues come up that puzzle me, so I'm grateful I found this forum. So here's the new puzzling behavior: in the last two weeks Scout suddenly seems to be scared of music or a movie playing off the computer in the living room. We watch movies often (couple times a month) for his whole life on the laptop in bed and I thought we regularly listen to music
  6. Thanks so much for your response @D'Elle. I feel much better. I was getting a little worked up over it this morning. I appreciate you recounting your story to show me how you've dealt with a fetch-loving dog and through your story and advice I realize that I have been making a couple mistakes, which is why I think we've been having problems. First, I haven't always been the one to call the shots in terms of when, where, how, for how long and with what he is able to play fetch. I sometimes am in control, but other times he's pulling me to the park or bringing me a ball or another toy in th
  7. Hi everyone, Please help! I'm glad this post was up today when I came online because I've been meaning to seek advice about this exact topic. I'll give a little background info and then explain what's going on. My family and I moved from a rural area to a big city a couple months ago with our 1 year old Border Collie named Scout. He had the best life I could have imagined giving a dog, acres and acres of forest to roam around in, lots of people and dog friends to interact with, dog friendly beaches and trails, etc. His needs were being met easily in our old life and then unexpectedl
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