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Yeah I agree as well, however with them not walking the dog much or rarely, however it may be, they arent letting the dog burn up all of its energy to be a "good dog". An exhausted dog is a good and happy dog. I walk my dog 3-4 miles a day and she is GREAT at home in between walks and on Sundays I giver her a day off and she isnt wild per-say, but she can't stay occupied on one thing for long and tries to get into everything, kinda anxious I guess. I guess after readng what I just said im gonna give her a "break" on Sundays and maybe just walk her a mile or two instead of 3 or 4.
Anyways, I got off the subject, but yeah, like was said before, your house your rules, but with them not walking her or burning up any energy or frustration she isn't gonna keep walking good or keep being good if thats what she does for you. I also agree with what was said ealier in the fact that if she doesn't keep it up once she gets home, which she probably will, don't get upset, but he may keep it up once he see's firsthand how the dog COULD be if they just took the time to work with it.
Good luck!
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