My dog keeps on asking me to take her out even though Iv already have…

My dog keeps on asking me to take her out even though Iv already have its been like it for a while what could it be

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Anonymous
5 years ago

she could feel poorly, or she could actually need to go out, or there could be something in the yard, or…

in short: we really don’t know.  

Anonymous
Anonymous
5 years ago

i don’t think SA is the case, here. she’d freak out if you left, rather than demanding you go outside.

if you’ve confirmed it’s behavioral, my thought is the weather’s getting nicer, and maybe she’s bored. do you work on any training with her? do you take her on daily walks? both of these are essential for most dog breeds. what breed or mix is she?

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Anonymous
5 years ago

the husky is a working breed. probably needs quite a bit more mental and physical work than you’re giving her. step up the mental and physical work.

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Anonymous
5 years ago

if you have trouble with training, call in a pro to help you. success comes from letting the dog know what you want, clearly, without confusion, then reinforcing what you want…and doing so correctly.

if you cannot find a basic obedience instructor near you, consider the Fenzi Academy. http://www.fenzidogsportsacademy.com/

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Anonymous
5 years ago

in where, a local class or Fenzi? the latter should have that information posted to the site. i don’t know what it would be in your area – i’m in Maryland, in the United States, and it costs around $100 USD (give or take) for basic obedience. prices fluctuate depending on what you might want to do after that.

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Anonymous
5 years ago

that’s something a local trainer should be able to help you work past. she may be very sensitive, or she may be SUPER EXCITED. i can’t diagnose online, and i’m definitely NOT an experienced dog trainer. it just helps to have a second set of eyes watch you, your dog, and your interactions with your dog.

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Anonymous
5 years ago

excellent, and good luck! 🙂