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I have 1 year old Labrador, he frequently runs away from house. What shall I do?

I have 1 year old labrador, he frequently runs away from house. What shall I do?
By sunny · 18 Jul 2009 8:13 am


By Dinkar Singh · 18 Jul 2009 11:24 am
Neutering is a good option.
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By Warren Chang · 20 Jul 2009 2:46 am
Is he running away because he is scared or just a wanderer.

Anyhow, try a long leash. These 20 foot leashes will teach your dog to stay within 20 feet of yourself. Another good option is to tie him to a clothes lines leash. These provide plenty of running with control.
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By gowt1ham · 20 Jul 2009 8:07 pm
be extremely careful with ur dog bddy- these explorer types of dogs are hell bent on running.
do u keep ur dog inside ur house? my frnd had a pomeranian with the same problem.......they used to tie it outside and feed food water whenever they remember........pretty bad treatment.
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By DoggieDawg · 22 Jul 2009 11:14 am
Maybe you need to get him spayed so he doesn't run after females .Secondly maybe he is not getting enough exercise - make him run inside your house/backyard or a ground . he will be so tired as to not to want to run .
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By gurinder singh assal · 25 Jul 2009 7:58 pm
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By Agam Prabhakar · 28 Jul 2009 1:10 pm

One simple thing you can do. SPEND TIME WITH YOUR DOG and dont treat him like a dog. He should feel a part of your family. Play with him. Buy him a few toys to keep him occupied. walk him a few extra times in a day surprising him. Let him get tired. He wont run away thereafter.
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By Sumana Banerjee · 06 Aug 2009 12:02 pm
A few things you need to keep in mind. 1) do you take you dog for a walk atleast 2 times a day for 30mins. This should be just walks and not to do the deeds. This will give the dog an idea that there is a specific time when he will be able to go out. This will be a good exercise for the dog too. 2) Labs are very friendly in nature. Make sure you don't keep your dog alone in the house for a long time. It is okay for a couple of hours but not something like 10 to 12 hours, this will be too much. You have not mentioned whether its a dog or bitch.
If you are already following the above steps then please let me know. I will try to help you out.
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By Ashley · 05 Feb 2010 7:20 am
i need a little more info is he running out when you open the door is he getting out of the yard and running? If he is running out the door when you open it you should teach him the wait. Start with him about 3 feet from the door make him sit take a couple steps back torward door if he tries to follow take him back and sit in the same spot and try again if he waits give him a treat after the third time start to say the word wait try getting to the door if he still sits in the same spot open the door acouple inches so he cant get out if he runs for the door take him back and have him sit try again soon you will be able to open the door and he will not going running
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By Amitava Mukherjee · 08 Dec 2010 8:22 pm
please inform whether the dog is kept in a confined place or not?
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