ANSWERS: 6
  • Every morning take him on his leash on a walk. Walk him around the bounderies that you want him to stay in. Also When you tell him to come reward him. Never tell hime to come if you're planning on punishing him for something.
  • First off, put him on a lead, he wont like it but its for his own good. Training takes more time and involves alot of patience, but it worth it. your vet will be able to give you some good tips.
  • Buy an invisible fence. You can get one on Ebay for around $100 - $200, depending on the size of your yard.
  • He needs to be on a lead until you're able to successfully complete obedience training with him. After that, he will likely be fine without a lead.
  • I sure hope to God you don't have children. Would you let a 2 year old child loose on his own? No way. Get a lead and train this monstser before he causes a car accident or gets himself run over.
  • get a collar and a leash and don't let him in the road

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