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New member with a young chocolate puppy lab!

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    New member with a young chocolate puppy lab!

    Hello! Happy to be here and learn lots of new stuff! We have a puppy who is now 11 months old and are having a hard time with her excitement. She's super mellow indoors but as soon as she is outdoors then anytime she sees a person or dog she gets SO EXCITED. Hopefully we can find some goodies to help us out. Thanks!

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    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    Hi Waggytail, welcome to the forum, congratulations on your new pup!

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    Join Date
    Mar 2014
    New Hampshire
    she is a young dog, young dogs gets excited but she needs to be trained to sit, stay and come. Put her on a leash and when she wants to greet people make her sit and stay until she calms down. Then she can quietly greet the person. Not everyone appreciates a dog running up to them, and if she jumps on them and even a little scratch, can send them in a tizzy and next thing you know you get a visit from animal control. Avoid problems before they start, train her, teach her what she should and shouldn't do. Especially the "come" command. She has to come no matter how distracted she is, it could save her life one day
    he is your friend and protector, he will love you unconditionally, you owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion

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