I've not had to post about Hazel's behaviour for a long while, as things seemed to have been steadily improving. However, in the last few days it's like a steep hill suddenly appeared and we've gone tumbling down it. I'll start off by saying we are currently in the process of moving house again, thankfully this will be a long term move as we partially own the house, so I can see this may not be helping at all... So, the behaviour I'm now struggling with... The biggest and most notable behaviour is food snatching... And she's getting bold about it too, she will try and do it while I'm right there trying to stop her. Today I went to make myself a sandwich, I sliced open a breadcake and put it on a plate on the side, moved less than 2ft away to grab the ham and lettuce out of the fridge and she ran over, grabbed the breadcake off the side and ran off with it! I got it off her, but threw it away, as I didn't want her eating it, but then minutes later she tried it again. Except this time I was stood in her way, so instead she tried to get around me and failed. This is very new, she's never been this bad with snatching food... She's counter surfed from the day she could reach, as much as I've tried my hardest to stop her doing this, including no food being left on the side, etc. it's just not worked. She was getting much, much better and seemed to be starting to realise that, actually, there's nothing up there for her. Of course managing to snag a breadcake has made her think there is stuff up there for her, and she's spent most of the day couter surfing to check for more stuff. Of course I've corrected this when I've seen her. Either by catching her off guard before she jumps up with an "Ah ah", and rewarding when she turns and walks away from the kitchen counter, or by saying "off" and rewarding for her coming off the counter if I've been a bit late to catch her. She knows "Off", she knows what it means thankfully. There's still the other behaviours that we're working on, and for some we're slowly getting somewhere but for others I'm losing all hope to be honest. She still tries to bolt(and almost breaks my arm in the process) when she see's another dog in the distance, on or off lead. She still pulls like there's no tomorrow, the only way I can walk her without her pulling is with a headcollar. And the only reason I can walk her on a headcollar is because she loathes it, and will spend some time during the walk trying to get it off her face. Unfortunately though, no method of trianing has stopped her pulling, even clipping to the front ring on her harness doesn't stop her anymore, she just ends up walking sideways or with three legs because she's pulling so much the fourth can't touch the floor.