Six ways to control dog’s barking

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Here are six ways to help stop or control dog’s barking. All of them have been found to be very successful but don’t expect results overnight. The longer your dog has been barking, the longer it will take for him to change his ways.Some of these techniques require you to have an idea as to why your dog barks.

Always remember to keep these tips in mind while training –

  • Don’t yell at your dog to be quiet—it just sounds like you’re barking along with him.
  • Keep your training sessions positive and upbeat.
  • Be consistent so you don’t confuse your dog. Everyone in your family must apply the training methods every time your dog barks inappropriately. You can’t let your dog get away with inappropriate barking sometimes and not others.

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Source: How to Get Your Dog to Stop Barking : The Humane Society of the United States (opens in new tab/window)

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Stop Your Dog Barking When Alone

How to Stop Your Dog Barking When Alone

It’s a common problem and a very annoying one: Your dog is well-behaved when you’re home, but as soon as you leave, he can’t seem to keep his mouth shut.

How to Stop Your Dog Barking When Alone teaches you how to teach your dog not to bark when he is left alone.

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How to Stop Your Dog From Barking

Stop Your Dog From Barking - cartoon dog barkingBefore you discover how to stop your dog from barking, you need to learn why he does it in the first place.

Barking comes as second nature to your dog and however much your eardrums object, your dog doesn’t know he is doing anything wrong. He even looks like he is enjoying himself!

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Separation Anxiety in Dogs

Separation Anxiety in Dogs - photo of beagle chewing shoeOwning a puppy or dog can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. Though we might want to be, we can’t always be there for them, and 10% of the time, this causes separation anxiety in dogs.

Whether puppy or full-grown pooch, it doesn’t take long before an unbreakable bond forms between you and your canine family member. Dogs aren’t so different from us, in the sense that they “feel” and for some dogs, being separated from their owner–for even just a moment, can be too much to bear. Read more Separation Anxiety in Dogs