behavior problem (dogs)

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Your friend owns a young Beagle. Her complaint is that the dog is a slave to his nose and he rarely pays attention to anything other than following a scent. She would like your help in obedience training and behavior management. What would you suggest?

A. Use a loud voice to get the dog's attention.
B. Teach the dog to track as an outlet for his scenting ability.

C. Be more forceful with the dog.

D. Stop taking the dog on walks.




I picked B

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    Good choice!

    Sra

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