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Who's willing to give me dog advice?

Who's willing to give me dog advice? Topic: Everyday math homework help for parents
June 16, 2019 / By Hyram
Question: Ok. I've had this dog for about 3 1/2 months now. She's almost 6 months old. And I Have Had it. She terrorizes my cat, scares off my friend, tracks mud all over, eats everything from homework to book to cell phone chargers and headphones. She wont give me a second of peace and regularly attacks us. My parents are considering getting a trainer for $900 dollars and I can't disuade them. I can't take this anymore! She's supposed to be MY dog, but i'm just too young to do this. I'm failing math!! I want her out!!! I can't do this!! I have to tell my parents, but i don't know how. any advice? (please don't try to tell me to wait or work hard or try to find a way. I made up my mind. I'm done. I've been moody, snapping at everyone, and i have had enough emotional breakdowns) Ok. I've had this dog for about 3 1/2 months now. She's almost 6 months old. And I Have Had it. She terrorizes my cat, scares off my friend, tracks mud all over, eats everything from homework to book to cell phone chargers and headphones. She wont give me a second of peace and regularly attacks us. My parents are considering getting a trainer for $900 dollars and I can't disuade them. I can't take this anymore! She's supposed to be MY dog, but i'm just too young to do this. I'm failing math!! I want her out!!! I can't do this!! I have to tell my parents, but i don't know how. any advice? Look. I have got some answers that were just simply rude. Look i'm NOT being selfish. She is NOT the family dog. My parents are making me take care of her by myself. I didnt even want a puppy. I wanted an older dog but my mom wanted a puppy so that she could name it! I'm not being lazy! I train her myself and I walk her everyday!!! We can't afford $900 dollars!!!! Please HELP!
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Esmond Esmond | 1 day ago
If you're having such a hard time it doesn't sound like the dog is the only problem. I would suggest talking to a therapist about your emotional state. That way you can stop being selfish about the family dog and actually learn some responsibility and help out.
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Esmond Originally Answered: How to get over my ex! Please give me advice?
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Connor Connor
I think people are being quite mean to you with their second-guessing and judgementalism; you don't need that now that you can see for yourself that it's not working out with a puppy. It's such a rotten shame though because if you could only have adopted an older dog that lost his home thru no fault of his own (owners too old, ill, fell on hard times, baby coming along etc) you'd have had something to nurture and which would have loved you in return without all the hard work of a puppy. Tell your prarents you have done a lot of thinking, and even though deep down you feel bad about it, you've realized that you just can't handle such a high-maintenance puppy at this point in your life. At just 6 months old she could quite easily get a new home with people who have the time for her. In many expereinced dog owning families someone would take the puppy under their wing when they see a youngster getting stressed out over it. Having a dog in the house is a team effort and you should not be made to deal with it on your own.
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Arne Arne
Step 1 carm down tell your parents your 2 young 2 cope with a little puppy that age and am sure they will understand and help you if not find a person who is willingly ready 2 look after a miss behaved puppy and 2 train coz wen puppies arnt trained they can cause right mayhem if you new you couldnt cope with a puppy why get one lol just saves the time and money and if you ever want 2 get a puppy from the start you have 2 be preperded if you wanted a dog 2 suit you get an older dog round 8months or a year old as then it is already trained and well bahaved and its easier tht way but i beter tht dog loves u tho x
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Ulla Ulla
Hard work is the ONLY way to handle a puppy. As the dog grows up it will learn and obey more but only if you train it. I'm sixteen and I have two dogs that were a lot of trouble at the beginning but they are very obedient now and I love them. If you don't want the dog I don't understand why you got it but if there is no way around it for you just find a good home for it to go to. P.S You can't exactly blame the dog for you failing math. Just because you don't know how to handle one doesn't mean the dog is at fault.
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Sara Sara
Training a dog begins the moment you bring your dog home with you...all puppies will chew on things they shouldn't be chewing on...but it's up to us to correct the behavior immediately this is how dogs learn what is acceptable and not acceptable behavior. It is never to late to train a dog and at 6 months old she is still a baby...which is a great time for her to learn what you expect from her through training and obedience. You can either get a trainer or do it yourself...it is so easy to train a dog to obey you. Begin with teaching the dog to sit-stay-come down etc...please don't give up on her yet...you will be surprised what a change in her you will see after she has been trained. Trainers spend a lot of time teaching the owners what to do and how to do deal with bad behaviors...and when applied to the dog they soon learn that an unacceptable behavior has consequences and good behaviors are rewarded. Give her a chance dogs don't come to us knowing good and bad behavior it's up to us to teach them..i would let your parent go ahead with having her trained...if you tell them that you are willing to have her trained but if nothing improves over time you may have to re-home her..but i think you will get a surprise at the results. Good luck
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Sara Originally Answered: Please help me and give me some advice. I just do not know what to do!:(?
Forget getting into more debt for education if you're not sure about what you want to do. Find a job now to pay the bills and you'll figure out what you want to be when you grow up along the way. It takes some of us a while to figure it out - I was 25 before I went back to college. You're spending hours a day researching careers online... start applying for jobs. Find retail stores and/or restaurants and go apply in person.

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