Trying To End Jack Russell Terrier From Sleeping Around

    Charlotte
    By Charlotte

    My boyfriend has allowed his amazing, very well-behaved Jack Russell, who's 2 yrs previous, to sleep not only o-n however in his sleep. We're trying to teach her to settle her bed which is on the floor by our bed but it's proving very difficult! She is was able to sleep there until about 4 AM, but then the whining starts and she ends up around. It is not just a problem therefore much when we're at our home but we are planning to go on holiday and she will be sticking to my...

    Adam:

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    Tiffany

    Dear Tiffany:

    Put your dog in a cage. Not only will she be UNABLE to get onto your bed, however when she goes to your parent's home, you'll be able to take the cage with her so she will have a common spot to rest at the different residence. By crating her through the night, you're supplying her with her own 'den' since dogs get more satisfaction from small places than we do. She will more than likely set up a fuss in being confined beyond her get a grip on, but it should go away after a couple of days as she becomes more confident with the cage. Don't give any attention to her while she is complaining, as this will only reinforce the behavior. A number of people go as far as to get earplugs for all those first days.

    Add the crate in a confident manner, with plenty of praise and treats. Set her bed in it so it has her scent in it. Feed her in her crate therefore she gets the indisputable fact that nobody will affect her and the crate is a safe place. When you have to shut her in, give her an unique 'cage doll.' Many individuals have had success with Kong toys filled with peanut-butter or cheese/liver paste and freezing these.

    The cage is also useful for confining the dog when it can not be administered to keep it out of trouble (see the initial article above). My book 'Secrets of a Professional Dog Trainer'! goes more in-depth around the usage of other training devices and crates, and is found at: http://www.dogproblems.com/newvideos.htm

    That's all for now, people!

    Adam.