He is very handsome<br><br>However dogs can be trained to only bark when people enter their yards - thats really what you want, Right. That Dog Psychologist TV show I mentioned, you should watch a few episodes its very interesting, in fact I would recommend all dog owners watch the show.<br><br>Training dogs is not all that cut and dry, really takes some skill to train properly.<br>The Psychologist part is really directed at the dogs owners because they are the ones that need to be corrected NOT the dog.<br><br>If I could remember the shows name - I'll go and look it up<br><br>
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carp, Arthur thinks the whole neighborhood is his yard....<br><br>We were living here about 6 months before he basically took over. All the other dogs now know they have to sniff & play nice or Arthur gets ornery with them. Friends of ours with new puppies call us to have Arthur come and 'break them in'. We refer to him as 'The Socializer'...<br><br>Shelli, to answer your question- both. <br><br>Back in Black...
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