behavior problems ( dogs)

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Your new client has a nine-month-old, neutered male Anatolian Shepherd Dog. She would like your help with a behavior problem. Each night, after she lets the dog out to eliminate, he refuses to come back in. She has ended up chasing him around the yard on numerous occasions. She's getting frustrated and is tempted to lock the dog outside all night to teach him a lesson. This dog's problem is

A. a genetic temperament fault.
B. poor early handling.

C. lack of training.

D. low intelligence


I picked C

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