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When your puppy / dog throws / threw a tantrum, did you give in?
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No,
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Sometimes
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BigBrownEyes29
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PostSubject: Pet Tantrums   Fri 03 Sep 2010, 10:16 am

Be honest, you don't even have to post as I will make this a poll. LOL

When your puppy / dog throws / threw a tantrum, did / do you give in to his / her demands?

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PostSubject: Re: Pet Tantrums   Fri 03 Sep 2010, 10:55 am

what do you mean by tantrum?
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PostSubject: Re: Pet Tantrums   Fri 03 Sep 2010, 11:25 am

mcpug wrote:
what do you mean by tantrum?

It's mostly puppies, haven't seen it in adult dogs. Where the puppy for example wants to go lets say play with the other dogs while out on a walk, and owner wants to continue with the walk. Puppy doesn't get his / her way, starts throwing themselves on the ground, then back up jumping around, growling, and nipping at the owner's legs or jumping up on them, growling and nipping to get the owner to go over where the other dogs are. I call it tantrums, it's not puppy zoomies as those are done in fun and excitement. The other is when they are frustrated when they can't do what they want to do.

I will admit my dog was notorious for this as a puppy. Especially when I had her enrolled in her first obedience school (not the one now she goes to). The second obedience school, no tantrums.
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PostSubject: Re: Pet Tantrums   Fri 03 Sep 2010, 11:52 am

When my Shih Tzu doesn't get his own way he bumps his butt up against the back of the couch and make hmphing noises. Quite comical really. What a brat.
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PostSubject: Re: Pet Tantrums   Fri 03 Sep 2010, 1:39 pm

I voted sometimes after I read Jamn's post as to me that is not a "true" tantrum. When I had Quincy in obedience he would do just like you said BBE and drop on the ground, jump on me whatever to try and get his own way (which was to get to hubby on the other side of the room) and I would definitely not give him his own way in that kind of scenario. To me it really depends on what is classified a tantrum which I think could be a thread of its own.

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PostSubject: Re: Pet Tantrums   Fri 03 Sep 2010, 2:28 pm

LOL that's about all he does but boy if he doesn't get what he wants then the whining and imitating a baby cry is next.
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PostSubject: Re: Pet Tantrums   Fri 03 Sep 2010, 2:37 pm

when my yorkie doesn't get what she wants she ignores me and won't
come close to me at all

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