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 husky gets crazy in car? Sitting problems?

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Male Join date : 2013-06-22

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PostSubject: husky gets crazy in car? Sitting problems?   husky gets crazy in car? Sitting problems? EmptyMon Aug 12, 2013 2:24 am

So far I have near completed this quest to make the perfect husky. So far, the only two things that have been impossible for me are sitting and him being calm in car. I can't get him to sit unless I somehow force him to. Since I can't teach him how to sit, he is very hyperactive in a car. I have another husky who I managed to teach to sit because I had her since she was a puppy and it was easier to teach when she was a puppy. She is very calm in a car. I don't tell her to sit when she is in a car. She is a perfect little lady when she is in a car. Does anyone have any advice on how to get him to be more calm in a car. I have tried to get him to sit, but it doesn't seem like something that is going to be possible. The trick sit is not that importaint to me but I have always wanted to take my dog to parks and etc. and I can't because he makes an absolute mess in the car.
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Female Join date : 2012-11-03
Location : San Antonio, TX

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PostSubject: Re: husky gets crazy in car? Sitting problems?   husky gets crazy in car? Sitting problems? EmptyThu Aug 15, 2013 10:29 am

I made Karli sit before I would give her took a couple times of my assisting her, but she picked it up fairly quickly. Do you give him any toys or treats in the car? If I'm going on a long car ride, I usually give her a frozen kong, that keeps her busy for a while. Or you can give him a bone or a bully stick something to occupy him while in the car. Does he know lay down? You could make him do that in the car.
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