I haven't posted in a while. Really hectic life, you all know how that goes. But, it has fallen onto failure to keep up with my 60 lb growing monster of a puppy. Blue is a forever dog, he could never do anything to make me say otherwise. I pulled him out of a ditch (along with mom and sister) back in March. He was roughly four weeks old, and a mangy wormy brat. Mom is gone (too sick to save), and sister is rehomed. So heres the rundown. In July Blue went to live with my best friend, who was grieving over the loss of her dog. He came home in August, because I missed him more than anyhing else. Somewhere in there he picked up chasing cars, probably due to following her on the Deere but probably not. He got hit by a 3/4 ton truck, barely survived, but is back up to speed. We have been keeping him on a lead and fixed his pen so no more escaping. The problem is, I'm afraid to let him off the lead. Ever. His determination to kill the truck that hit him is unreal. Even when he's in the house he goes bonkers when the neighbor drives by, no matter how many times a day it may be. It is the only vehicle that holds his interest now. I have tried breaking his attention before the truck gets it, playing games with him, all the things I know to do with this habit. These days, he rarly gets that excited over the truck but it's still there. On this, he has also gained rushing doors as a bad habit from my mothers dog. He will leap and bound and push his way out. Meaning, unleashed terror running excited puppy laps around the house and then the hard time catching him again. He will come when called, happily, unless he thinks were taking away his outside time. Or if he has a bone. Or if there's a squirrel, etc. To try to deter his door rushing we have had drills. I pretend to get ready to go somewhere, go to the door, turn and sit down if he shows interest. I taught him to back up when I go for the door. To wait until commanded. But, if Titan is around there's no stopping them. They barrel their way through. Then for the next few days he is a terror again. I'm worried about these things because I'm getting ready to move to an apartment closer to my grandparents to help them out as much as possible. I'm worried Blue will escape and do his chase me if you can dance at the complex, so I need a few more suggestions. Crate him when I need to go out, every time? Keep up with training and ask for Titan to be trained not to rush as well, even though he's not my dog?