Ugh, back when I worked at Petsmart I loved loved loved training questions and behavior issues, but I also got so so so frustrated with people. We once had a 60 year old woman who did classes with her new BORDER COLLIE PUPPY. "My husband grew up with one, and he said his dog was so wonderful I just decided to get one." WHAT?!?!?! She loved this dog to pieces, but geez she had soooo many issues. She was not in the best shape herself, I wouldn't say so much due to her age, more that she was just a couch-potato type person who wanted a couch-potato type dog. Out of 8 weeks, she came to only 3 classes. She had no patience for the dog at all. A few times she was at her wit's end and ready to rehome her, which would have been best for everyone. Each time I practically groveled at her feet to let me take her, lol, I was in love with this little pup. But she was wishy washy and actually said, "She drives me crazy and I'm too lazy and impatient to make her better but I don't want anyone else to have her." And she was actually a very low-energy BC...but still a BC nonetheless. Not sure what ever happened to her. They both quit coming in. So many stories like this from my Petsmart days. But, there were others that gave me hope, that did everything possible to make sure their dog was the right fit for them and that they were the right fit for their dog. The client I'm working with now is one of those. It's refreshing.