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How can i get my dog to stop chasing my car and other cars? She already got hit once and she is still chasing cars!

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Uhm, a leash, a tie out chain, a fence better yet, keep the dog in the house!

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FunnyLittleFrog

Get her under control

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Oh my! Maybe you can yell at her? I know it seems mean but, I don't think she'll understand until you show disapproval.

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Put her in the house.

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You should keep it in a fenced in yard .

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lock your dog up

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oarkergreatdane

As a responsible owner, you need to control her. Keep her fenced in. Do not let her roam freely! If she gets hit by a car, it's your fault for not maintaing control of her. And if she gets hit by a car, the owner of the car can sue you for any damage to the car, and will win. L

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Oh my goodness .. you HAVE to restrain her! As much as I dislike having to tie an animal up .. I would rather see it tethered than dead on a street after being hit by a car. A dog running loose is just asking for heartbreak. THAT is just not acceptable.

I would far rather see a fenced area for a dog to run and do what dogs do with some freedom .. but, not everyone can do that. Please consider fencing in an area to let her run loose .. and keep her safe.

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shocking dog collars, or the invisible fence thingy that vets do

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