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    methods already tried.

    1. reasoning - i have tried reasoning with the dog but pretty sure dog is idiot and just looks at me confused

    2. forceful verbal reasoning - also if i shout at the dog it just look at me even more confused - what is the dogs problem?

    3. takedown - when the dog pissed me off once I did takedown on it and then tried to make it submit and give in - dog thought it was funny and licked my face.

    4. treats - i give the dog treats to bribe it but its a tough negotiator and if the treat sucks then it refuses the deal. this is when i realised the dog is not an idiot but sociopath

    5. garden - i try to leave the dog in the garden but he loves it - just made a big **** in the flowerbed and then smiled at me and wagged its tail like it was proud.

    any guidance for helping to deal with unreasonable dog?
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    methods already tried.

    1. reasoning - i have tried reasoning with the dog but pretty sure dog is idiot and just looks at me confused

    2. forceful verbal reasoning - also if i shout at the dog it just look at me even more confused - what is the dogs problem?

    3. takedown - when the dog pissed me off once I did takedown on it and then tried to make it submit and give in - dog thought it was funny and licked my face.

    4. treats - i give the dog treats to bribe it but its a tough negotiator and if the treat sucks then it refuses the deal. this is when i realised the dog is not an idiot but sociopath

    5. garden - i try to leave the dog in the garden but he loves it - just made a big **** in the flowerbed and then smiled at me and wagged its tail like it was proud.

    any guidance for helping to deal with unreasonable dog?
    Offer him a £50 note? Failing that, blackmail.
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    (Original post by awesomebrah)
    methods already tried.

    1. reasoning - i have tried reasoning with the dog but pretty sure dog is idiot and just looks at me confused

    2. forceful verbal reasoning - also if i shout at the dog it just look at me even more confused - what is the dogs problem?

    3. takedown - when the dog pissed me off once I did takedown on it and then tried to make it submit and give in - dog thought it was funny and licked my face.

    4. treats - i give the dog treats to bribe it but its a tough negotiator and if the treat sucks then it refuses the deal. this is when i realised the dog is not an idiot but sociopath

    5. garden - i try to leave the dog in the garden but he loves it - just made a big **** in the flowerbed and then smiled at me and wagged its tail like it was proud.

    any guidance for helping to deal with unreasonable dog?
    Bite it's ear

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIJwTZevDvc
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    dude thats a ****ing wolfhound not a dog.
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    Rock, paper, scissors.
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    (Original post by awesomebrah)
    dude thats a ****ing wolfhound not a dog.
    It's from a movie called Snow Dogs :laugh:

    It's hilarious
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    Have you established yourself as an alpha? Because this seems more like disobedience than a learning issue. It's an important relationship to set with your pet, especially so with breeds like Huskies for example. That's important too, understanding how the psychology of your dog is influenced by it's breed. Like german shepherds being prone to nipping and chihuahuas yapping their little ****ing mouths off.

    http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/topdogrules.htm
 
 
 
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