How To Control Dog Barking

Simple Ways To Stop Dog Barking Without Hurting Your Dog

Dog Barking Can Be Controlled!

Barking dogs can be a real nightmare, from barking dogs to yapping puppies, being around the house, to lonely dogs whining because they’ve been left on their own !

You, just like many other dog owners are faced with dog barking noise! Yes, a dog barking problem can be upsetting to you as well as to neighbors. In fact one such dog owner was so upset because he tried everything, without much success and was about to strap on an electric shock collar! Not  a very good idea !

There are simple techniques you can use to stop all the barking without using any gadgets that could potentially hurt your pet dog. You do not need to use fear, force or any gadget such as an electric shock collar. A shock dog collar may hurt your dog.

The approach is all about dealing with the cause of the problem and not just the symptom, resulting in a much happier dog, and of course, you will be much happier as will your neighbors!

Do You Know WHY your dog is barking?

The first step to stop excessive barking, is to identify WHY your dog is barking. The solution is not always the same. As an example, you would never use the same approach to stop a child who was shouting out for help, as a child who was screaming for more candy.  Once a correct determination is made and you correctly identify why your dog is barking, stopping the barking noise becomes one of the easiest dog behavior issues to prevent.  The reason your dog is barking is because it is not happy about something.

There are four "most common" reasons that dogs and puppies bark. It’s not a comprehensive list, but most dogs and puppies will fall into one of these four categories. Once you’ve decided which one best describes YOUR dog, then you need to take a look at an appropriate action plan to put an end to problem barking, once and for all.

The Four Most Common Reasons For Problem Barking Are:

 

  1. Barking because they want something

  2. Barking because they think there is danger

  3. Barking because your dog is left alone   

  4. Barking because your dog is over excited

 

As mentioned earlier there are 4 most common reasons why dogs bark. There are other reasons why dogs bark and each reason has its own plan of action on putting a stop to it.


You will certainly understand that solving dog behavior issues, depends on the reason, why the dog acts in a given way. Each approach is geared to the specific reason for dog barking.


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“Are You Facing Any Of These 34 VERY Common Dog Behavior Issues Right Now ”

1. Pulling on The Leash
2. Jumping On You or Other People
3. Not Coming When Called (Recall)
4. Toilet Training Issues
5. Mouthing and Biting Issues
6. Crying When Left All Alone
7. Not Responding To Your Commands
8. Digging Issues
9. Chewing Issues
10. Problems With Stealing
11. Separation Anxiety Issues
12. Aggression Towards Other Dogs
13. Aggression Towards Your Other Dogs
14. Aggression Towards Strangers
15. Aggression Towards You
16. Aggression Towards Other Objects
17. Aggression Towards Other Animals
18. Issues With Running Away
19. Barking At The Front Door
20. Barking While You’re On Walks
21. Barking While In Your Car
22. Barking Around Your Property
23. Barking When Home Alone
24. Issues With Hyperactivity
25. Excessive Licking or Chewing
26. Attention Seeking and Following
27. Issues With Tail Chasing
28. Jumping Up On Your Furniture
29. A Fear of Objects
30. A Fear of Other People or Dogs
31. Fear of Loud Sounds (Fireworks etc.)
32. Issues With Submissive Urination
33. Unique and Unexplained Obsessions
34. Eating Poop (Coprophagia)

“Do any of the frustrating dog behaviors listed above relate to your situation?” “Do you find your dog's behaviors to be exhausting, irritating and embarrasing?”

 

Don’t worry, you’re NOT alone in your frustration! It's likely, you’re experiencing more than one of the behavorial issues listed above. But before you throw in the towel with your dogs behavior or simply “settle” and learn to “live with it”…no matter how “out of control” you think your dog is, there is HOPE.

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