My 5 year old springer spaniel has started misbehaving!
I have a 5 year old Springer (turning 6 in April) called Wesley and he's always been generally well behaved throughout his life and everyone adores him. But recently he has had a few bad incidences with other male dogs where he has been attacked, I think this can easily be solved by getting him done but haven't done this yet due to possibilities of breeding. Now though another problem has occurred, since meeting a female on heat in the park he won't behave like he use to and have ended up running across fields to catch him, which is very unlike him as usually he would only go as far as a couple of feet infront while walking him. Also once I finally catch him and get him home he then whines and whines at me, and no matter what I do, whether it be give him treats or play with him in the garden he just carries on as soon as I stop. I'm not sure if its maybe cause he's 'pining' for the female or something else...? Any suggestions?
Jess From Anna@love-springer-spaniels.com
I can speak from experience that getting George Neutered made a huge difference and he became so much mre relaxed, its worth considering.
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