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What's the best way to stop your dog from barking all the time.

  1. BRIAN SLATER profile image89
    BRIAN SLATERposted 6 years ago

    What's the best way to stop your dog from barking all the time.

  2. mary615 profile image94
    mary615posted 6 years ago

    I have a Miniature Schnauzer who is a barker.  I like it when she lets me know someone is in our yard, so I let her bark then.  If she barks for no reason,  I squirt her with a water bottle.  She gets the message!

  3. Dubuquedogtrainer profile image59
    Dubuquedogtrainerposted 6 years ago

    It depends why your dog is barking. The way to stop any behavior is to figure out why it is occurring, stop reinforcing it if possible and teach your dog what to do instead.

  4. arksys profile image91
    arksysposted 6 years ago

    get a dog training whistle and use it to train the dog not to bark ... ive heard you need to have an assertive tone to get the message through.

  5. Becky Katz profile image83
    Becky Katzposted 6 years ago

    When my dog barks, I will look to see why. I then tell him 'Enough', and tap him on the nose. You don't need to hit them, just a light tap. If they do not stop, repeat the steps. Praise them when they stop. They will get the idea and every time you say 'Enough', they will quit barking. I have always trained my dogs that way and it has even worked on yappy breeds.
    Look for a reason when they bark. My mom found the dog in the kitchen barking at the refrigerator. She found out that my dad had been putting ice cubes in the dogs water dish and she wanted an ice cube in her water.

  6. mistyhorizon2003 profile image93
    mistyhorizon2003posted 6 years ago

    I have worked at 2 vets surgeries. We used to recommend the citronella collars. They have a canister of citrus scented fluid attached to them, and a sensor on the collar that knows when the dog growls or barks. At the point they growl or bark a light spray of citrus scented mist is fired out of the collar, which immediately distracts the dog from what it is doing. They work really well, plus your dog turns into a mobile air freshener, (at least until it stops barking).

 
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