I have a 2 and a half year old Spaniel and a 10 month old Labrador, my boyfriend and I live in a large apartment in Spain and the problem we are having is taking both the dogs out at the same time, they are fine when they get outside, it's just from the front door, down the stairs and out the door, the Labrador just goes insane barking the whole way from the front door until we get outside which sets the other dog off, not only that but the pulling, he is so strong he is litterally going to pull me down one day and i'm going to have a bad accident. We have actually had to move apartments this week because of complaints from our neighbours, and I don't want the same thing to start in the new place. We have tried, different types of leads, harnesses, muzzle, taking them down seperately which works but that's not possible all the time, my boyfriend starts work at 8 in the morning so he will take them down for a walk before work then I meet up with my friend and her dogs in the afternoon and it's just getting to hard to do on my own, I actually dread it, sometime's it's had me in tears, or I have cancelled at the fear of taking them out. Then in the evening and before bed my boyfriend I take them out again which is fine. I don't know what else to do to stop it... There is that and then there's when my boyfriend brings them back from their morning walk, the Spaniel comes straight into bed with me and goes to sleep, the Lab used to do the same but for the past month he just won't settle down, he seems to find things everywhere, I don't even know how he gets some of the things he does and he chews them to bits, he chewed a hole in the bottom of my matress while I was asleep he eats whole socks, he goes through my handbag, eats kitchen utensils, he ate 4 razor blades and a toothbrush, it's not as though these things are in his reach so I don't know how he got them! I'm really worried he is going to do some serious damage to himself, but I can't get up every morning just to watch him when he gets back from his walk. :cryin: Any ideas anyone?