Our expert says:
I would advise that you isolate the golf cart from the dog. If failing the latter try and ascertain why the dog is attacking the cart - is the dog seeking your attention in the form of hitting/spanking, has the dog been traumatized with the cart on a previous occasion (engine noise/chased e.t.c). Once this information has been obtained then I would advise that you seek the help of a dog behaviourist/vet who may assist in how to help you change the dogs environment (enrichment/exercise e.t.c) and/or your interaction with your pet. I would strongly advise that you do not hit/spank your pet as this may make the exacerbate the problem.
Your question about sterilization: Yes and No. It is difficult to say whether this will change the dogs behaviour. I would def. advise that you have her spayed if you are not wanting to breed.
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