is my dog barking?
breeds, such as guard dogs and hounds are bred to bark
for protection. Other dogs simply bark more, as is their
personal way of communication. But, dog barking, the
wanted and unwanted kind must be addressed as tolerable
living situations depend upon it.
want to control dog barking to make your pooch more
pleasant to be around and to keep your neighbors, friends
and family content when they are in the company of your
dog's bark is his communication
It can be physical communication: I'm thirsty, I'm hungry,
or I'm cold. Or, emotional communication: I'm anxious,
I'm afraid, I'm bored. Sometimes the yapping is a reinforced
bad habit that must be corrected by changing the situation
for your dog. It is a good idea to go to an obedience
class to teach your dog the proper way to act. Look
for trainers using
positive reinforcement and avoid punishment based
all want our dogs to be happy and be well adjusted.
Here are some things to consider for your dog to control
are pack animals and are social. Does your pooch receive
regular social interaction with you, your family,
other dogs and people? If your answer is no to this
than your dog may be barking from anxiety and loneliness.
Socialize your dog to new experiences.
your dog from seeing things that trigger anxiety.
sure your dog's physical and emotional needs are met.
dogs with obedience commands like "Stop Barking!"
left outdoors are prone to barking problems.
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