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Get help with problem solving and behavior modification for your K9 companion so life can be more fun or both of you! Member: Association of Professional Dog Trainers
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Have you ever inadvertently created a cue to your dog? My girl is now popping up, even out of a deep sleep, when she hears the little click of me turning off my phone. She's associated it with me getting up and maybe doing something interesting. :) So now I've got to uncouple those things. Dogs'll do the darnedest things!
Lesson learned from a couple epic failures: You have to fully see the behavior before you can modify it.
I was just reading another heart-breaking story about a dog poisoned by nibbling on a decorative flower on the porch. Very sad! My approach is to research whether a plant is toxic to dogs before planting it or potting it where my dog has access. That means I don't have my beloved geraniums on my porch but that's a small price to pay for good health and piece of mind. Here is a site I've found useful. https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control/toxic-and-non-toxic-plants/geranium