rexandbaby wrote:She is trying to scare whatever rodent that is in her mind out of the hole. Or, trying to tell you, that she is doing what she was bred for.
Baby's father went down a woodchuck den and got stuck down there. But, thanks to his barking, they found him although it did take a day, as he was quite far from their house!
rexandbaby wrote:Nope, not really, I tried putting her poop in the holes, and she would leave those holes alone, even after I put the dirt back, but she just had to dig new ones. One thing I did teach her was to find mole hills, and dig there. That helped move the moles off of our property, and after heariing us complain, then when we praised for digging in the mole hills she kind of calmed about just random holes.
I like to garden, and when I need to dig a good hole, I tell her, "Help me, and she does, and then when it is deep enough, I say, "Good Job! and I give a treat. She watches what I plant, then she tries, (unsuccessfully) to help me put the dirt back.
Of course, she is 9 now, and this has taken a lot of interaction. So, I can't help with a quick fix, they are JRTS!!!
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