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 Bringing home female husky pup with elderly untrained Malamute

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PostSubject: Bringing home female husky pup with elderly untrained Malamute   Sat Oct 31, 2015 7:58 am


Was not exactly sure where to look or search for such a topic, but I am eagerly looking to get a new addition to my family in the form of a 12 week old female husky, I am looking to start very quickly on training and housebreaking this pup in the form of crate training. I do however have a 10 year old untrained Malamute male at the house. I foolishly got him when I was very young and was not properly equip to train him. He is primarily an outside dog, but sleeps inside in the basement. He knows basic commands (Sit, Stay, Down, No etc...) he just chooses when to listen to them. He is trained on an invisible fence which keeps him in the yard, very rarely does he get loose and when he does he always comes home. We are in the country so he will wander off after an animal (maybe once a year).

I am concerned with bringing home a new puppy that I want to be very obedient when their is another bad influence around.

Any input or resource references are greatly appreciated.

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PostSubject: Re: Bringing home female husky pup with elderly untrained Malamute   Sat Oct 31, 2015 5:51 pm

Training her by herself will be your best bet. Just because he is older though doesn't mean he can't learn too. Anything you want her to do you need to hold him to it also. If she can't jump on furniture then neither can he. If she can't pull on leash then you need to not let him get away with it either. Mostly bad habits I see passed between dogs are like barking needlessly or digging. Individual training is your best action though. If you are trying to train one dog but the other is around you can end up with them more interested in playing than working.

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