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  1. Irene

    Nov 9, 2016 at 1:09 pm

    My son and daughter in law have 2 mini aussie’s. The older one is very well behaved. The 2nd and younger one screams. It is so loud it hurts our ear drums. Whenever he is stressed, you can touch him lightly with a pinky and he will scream loud enough to make your ears ring! He hates his harness and leash. These make the behavior even worse. I have walked him and rewarded him for good behavior while walking. But then he will revert back to screaming. He isn’t even touched some times and he will scream. I walked down the hall and he was in the living room and he screamed. No one else was in the room with him. Any advice?

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