Mom of Brutus and Roxie
Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: Danville, CA
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It sounds as though Milo may be trying to convince your guests to stay. I think that putting him on leash prior to them leaving is a good idea, but give him enough room to do his behavior and then give an immediate correction. Another option would be to put him in a sit and stay and reward him for staying in that position while your guests leave. To practice, you might need a second person--one to show the guest to the door and another to work with Milo. Start a sit/stay, instruct Milo to focus on you and then give frequent small treats.