That is a difficult question since it depends on the handler, at times. The best thing for you to do would be to consult an animal behaviorist that works in your area and have your dog professionally evaluated. If you can not find a behaviorist that works with dogs a good dog trainer is your next best option.
If there is no way you can do this I can offer a few tips but cannot guarantee the results without being with the dog.
by Helena Ricketts 6 years ago
How do you get a persistently barking dog to stop barking so much?He bards at everything. A leaf could blow across the driveway and he'd bark at it. When I tell him to knock it off, he stops for a minute then goes right back to it.
by stardom143 2 years ago
Why does my dog chew off my other dogs fur? How can I get him to stop?we rescued a toy poodle mix ( not sure of the mix part so I call him a poothing) Teddy. Teddy like to pluck my other toy poodle's (Einsien) fur off. I cut Einstien's hair short but Teddy continues to eat Einstien's hair off....
by Barrington Nixon 7 years ago
Would you give your dog away to save your relationship?Supposed you have a dog and your fiance also have a dog, you decides to share a place together before you get get married, but your dogs don't get along, and resentment starts to put a strain on your relationship, what would you do?
by Julianna 8 years ago
How do you get your dogs to stop barking?
by Ashlie 4 years ago
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by K Smitty 10 years ago
my dog Bailey doesnt bark at anyting and i want to teach her how to speak so i feel more protected around the house.. how do i train her? (the only thing that makes her really bark is when im singing and she sings along.. but when i tried to train her like that she is getting really confused)
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