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In Nature, there are plenty of animals living in groups that have “sentinels” – members of the group looking out for potential danger while the others are at rest or playing etc. If the sentinel sees something that could be a problem, it is raise the alarm. In wild canines, the leaders will check out the problem once alerted and act accordingly. The sentinel is never punished for doing its job, just like how I was never hit by Mum for letting her know when someone was at the door.

There are nose harnesses that work wonders. I’ve had them for my last few dogs because they are larger breeds (80lbs and up) and occasionally my mother walks them. They’re trained wonderfully but with dogs that size compared to her size it just takes one time… but these nose harnesses work a lot like reins on a horse. The only difference compared to the nopull chest harnesses is you need to keep your dog right by your side with them. Gentle Leader is the main brand of these nose harnesses

Some dogs end up being distracted in just a few seconds. It is so common to see them look outside the window and then stop barking. That is because they saw something that made them enthusiastic. Such a situation is really common with the large or medium sized breeds that have a strong hunting instinct. They will see a sparrow out the window and will want to chase it. Since they cannot do that, they start barking at the sparrow.

We tend to think of barking as a generally undesirable behavior. ln fact, there may be times when you want your dog to bark. lf you routinely walk or jog with your dog in areas where you might be accosted by unwelcome strangers, a controlled bark from your dog might serve as a useful deterrent. You know your dog is barking on cue, but the potential mugger doesn‘t, and likely assumes your dog‘s willing to back up his bark with a bite.

Try to distinguish between barking that stems from needing to use the bathroom (which is a valid need to vocalize) and barking over every minor desire, such as wanting to come on the couch or be given more attention.[2]

Some jurisdictions will act on anonymous complaints, while others require your name and address but won’t reveal this to the neighbor complained about. Check the public or private status of making a complaint before making it.

Incidentally, while I was at the home of the 30-minute barker, he started to do his thing. I casually called out “Thank you”, and he trotted back into the living room and sat down. This was quickly followed by two thuds as the owners’ jaws hit the floor…

With the citronella bark collar the mechanism that sits against the dog’s throat sends out a spray of citronella scented liquid when your dog begins to nuisance bark. For most dogs the scent of the citronella is unpleasant and will deter any further barking.

If your dog barks at people or other dogs during walks, distract him with special treats, like chicken, cheese or hot dogs, before he begins to bark. (Soft, very tasty treats work best.) Show your dog the treats by holding them in front of his nose, and encourage him to nibble at them while he’s walking past a person or dog who would normally cause him to bark. Some dogs do best if you ask them to sit as people or dogs pass. Other dogs prefer to keep moving. Make sure you praise and reward your dog with treats anytime he chooses not to bark.

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Provide door drills. Ringing the bell, knocking on the door, and arrivals or departures excite puppies or sometimes scare shy pups, so associate the location and sounds with good things for the puppy. Stage arrivals at the front door with an accomplice “visitor” loaded up with treats to toss the pup to help her stop seeing visitors as threats.

I highly recommend no bark shock collars. Our stubborn pup was constantly barking and after a couple days of shock therapy she fell right in line. It may sound blunt but it’s the best damn invention for a dog there is.

A lot of dogs bark because there is little else to do. If your dog is a nuisance barker, look at their daily routine and how much free, unoccupied time that they have to fill with their own activities.

You can solve this problem through management. If your dog likes to sit on the window sill and bark at everyone passing by, first block access to their vantage point and then offer them an alternative, more appropriate pastime.

With the ultrasonic bark collar the mechanism that sits against the dog’s throat sends out a very high pitched and unpleasant sound which is intended to deter nuisance barking. Bark collars can be a particularly difficult thing to fit to individual dogs and it is recommended that you discuss which bark collar is right for you with your veterinarian.

Consider building a fence around your yard to keep your dog safe–or letting your dog out in your backyard instead. You can also approach your neighbor to discuss the two dogs’ behavior and relationship. Your neighbor might be willing to come up with a solution with you, as this also considers his dog’s safety.

This is the dog who saves his family from a fire, tells us that Timmy’s in the well, scares off the rapist, barks at the dogs on Animal Planet – and goes bonkers every time someone walks past on the sidewalk outside the picture window. Alarm barkers can save lives – but sometimes their judgment about what constitutes an alarm-appropriate situation can be a little faulty.

I like the place command, as it’s so nice to have them go to a place out of the way and lie down if you need to answer the door. You can find step-by-step instructions on training the place command here.

Give your puppy a “bark limit.” Maybe he’s allowed to bark three times or five times — until you acknowledge his warning so he knows you can take over for him. After the designated number of barks, praise your puppy — “GOOD bark, GOOD dog, now HUSH,” and give him a treat as you praise. It’s hard for dogs to bark while chewing so this actually serves a dual purpose.

Providing something for your dog to do during the day also can help. Try leaving out a couple of food-dispensing toys, which come in different shapes and sizes. These can keep him busy for several hours, then he’ll probably take a nap.

It’s a lose-lose situation no matter which side of the fence you’re on. Whether it’s your dog that’s barking or your neighbor’s pooch that won’t stop flapping his jowls, nobody’s happy … including the dog.

Sounds like the dog has separation anxiety and barks when you leave him alone. If you don’t have a lot of time to train your dog, consider putting him in a professional training program and/or a doggie daycare program.

I have a cocker spaniel rescue dog which I have had now for over a year – he is red colour and is now 18 months old. Hunter has had issues since we got him in that he growls if you go near his toys, food etc he is clearly resource guarding. However during the time we have had him his behaviour has worsened. He now chasing lorries, vans and buses, he growls for no reason whilst in the home, he has snapped, growled and ‘gone for’ all of us, never actually bitten but I suppose the threat is there.

I had a six month old puppy in class last night that barks at his humans when they sit down to watch TV,usually from 5-7 PM range. That pup needs more exercise, but also something to do. Enrichment toys, bully sticks, raw marrow bones, training games before they settle for the night will all help this dog. This one also falls under most of the other numbers.

If you have a backyard area, even if it is not fenced in, you can create the play area. This is actually recommended. Whenever the dog is bored and starts barking uncontrollably, all you have to do is let him play.

It also helps to teach your dog a specific set of behaviors to do when people come into your home so that he has fewer opportunities to alarm bark. Plus, when your dog performs his new behaviors and receives rewards, he’ll learn that people coming into his and your space is a good thing.

In the “less-barking” category, the guarding breeds tend to reserve their formidable vocalizing for serious provocation. Sight hounds also lean toward the quiet side, preferring to chase their quarry rather than bark at it. Then, of course, there’s the Basenji -a somewhat primitive African breed of dog who doesn’t bark – but he sure can scream!

Separation Anxiety/Compulsive Barking: Dogs with separation anxiety often bark excessively when left alone. They also usually exhibit other symptoms as well, such as pacing, destructiveness, depression, and inappropriate elimination. Compulsive barkers seem to bark just to hear the sound of their voices. They also often make repetitive movements as well, such as running in circles or along a fence.

Unlike their human companions, dogs aren’t able to shut out noise and distraction as easily before bed. According to Dr. Barrack, this is because dogs have such acute hearing. “Although your home or apartment might be very quiet to you, a dog can be extremely sensitive to outside noises and bark in response. Putting on a TV, radio or white noise machine might help block out some of that external noise and hopefully eliminate this cause of bedtime barking.”

Oh my dog can walk fine on a leash, when HE wants to. When we first leave the house I have to literally drag him for half of the time for the first 20 minutes. After that, he’s great. Loves it. If he doesn’t feel like walking, he will not. If I try to wait him out and see if he’ll walk eventually, he’ll just stand there…forever I think. lol

The key here is that you must not reward any bad behavior. For example if your dog is barking outside to come inside, don’t let them in (I know it’s tempting and you don’t want to upset the neighbors) but if you reward them with what they want then it will happen again and again. Think of it as a little short term pain for some long term gain!

If the “Quiet” procedure is ineffective after 10 to 20 attempts, then allow your dog to bark 3 to 4 times, calmly say “Quiet,” and then immediately make a startling noise by shaking a set of keys or an empty soda can filled with pennies. If your dog is effectively startled by the sound, he’ll stop barking. The instant he does, call him away from the door or window, ask him to sit, and give him a treat. If stays beside you and remains quiet, continue to give him frequent treats for the next few minutes until whatever triggered his barking is gone. If he resumes barking right away, repeat the sequence. If this procedure doesn’t work after 10 to 20 attempts, please see our article, Finding Professional Behavior Help, for information about finding a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist (CAAB or ACAAB), a board-certified veterinary behaviorist (Dip ACVB) or a Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT) for guidance.

The noise that comes out of this box is not only worse than the sound of barking it also makes the dog bark, at which time the tone goes off again and repeat…. The thing goes off for ever the dog barks for ever.

The point is this: Dealing with a dog that won’t stop barking day or night is frustrating for everyone. Figuring out the behavioral problem that is causing your dog’s barking could save your sanity and keep the peace.

my tip is to keep him on a leash. I have seen a . Why would any little dog need to be off leash in a field is beyond me. Sorry just sayin’ As for having him behave on the lead, I will have to leave that advise to the experts. I just can’t say enough how important it is to keep your dog on a leash. Even a well trained dog can run off if its prey drive kicks in……like seeing a cat, a bird, or another dog to greet (though this one would not be prey drive) But I think that you understand. I learned this lesson the hard way. I thought that my well behaved highly trained dog would always listen to me off leash (I mean really, he ALWAYS did for years) Then, one day, I decided to let him swim in the dammed up part of the river where the water is calm. He wasn’t wearing a leash or a life vest. A duck flew by low and over the river……….then off went Yogi. He is a Labrador Retriever……..he went for the duck and inevitably got caught in the swift current in the middle of the wide river. He didn’t hear me when I called him to come back because of the river’s loud noise and cars driving over the overpass. He couldn’t see my hand signals either because he was out of view due to the concrete walls holding the overpass up. Plus he was chasing the duck. So, I watched on in agony as he struggled to get out of the current. Then, he went under, he came up, he went under…..I was frantically trying to get him to see me down stream because his only chance of getting out was to see my hand signal and come to me with the current while swimming diagonally. He went under again, and then again. When I had successfully maneuvered into his line of sight; he saw me. I waved the signal that I had for him to come to me. He finally started to ride the current toward me and swam diagonal when he got closer WHEW!!!! he made it out. He was exhausted and scared. shaky. I was relieved and wiser. Now, I NEVER leave him off leash unless he is in a dog park with friendly dogs or in an enclosed space or on my friends 500 acre secluded ranch (which has no river) I hope that these 2 examples help people understand that leashes are important. I also hope that you find some help with your dog issues. There are many utube videos of positive solutions. Seek and ye shall find. Happy trails and tails. How to stop a dog from barking

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Get backup from other neighbors. If your neighbor ignores your requests or doesn’t make a change after you’ve asked politely, it can help to get neighbors involved. Talk to other people who live nearby to see if they’re also being kept awake by the dog. You can then talk to your neighbor again as a group. This time your requests are likely to be taken seriously.

I should add here that many years ago (when I was pretty new to dog training) I used to think that barking could all be sorted out with the same approach. Now I’m a few years older and wiser (hee hee), and I can see the error of my ways.

Now add stay into your exercise. Stand next to your dog’s spot. Ask him to sit or lie down, say “Stay” and wait one second. Then say “Yes!” or “Good!” and give him a treat. After you deliver the treat, say “Okay” to release your dog from the stay and encourage him to get off the spot. Repeat this sequence at least 10 times per training session. Progressively increase from one second to several seconds, but vary the time so that sometimes you make the exercise easy (a shorter stay) and sometimes you make it hard (a longer stay). If your dog starts to get up before you say “Okay,” say “Uh-uh!” or “Oops!” and immediately ask him to sit or lie down on his spot again. Then make the exercise a little easier the next few times by asking your dog to hold the stay for a shorter time. Avoid pushing your dog to progress too fast or testing him to see how long he can hold the stay before getting up. This sets your dog up to fail. You want him to be successful at least 8 out of 10 times in a row.

So if it is agreed that the most common motivations for dog barking (Separation and Defensive/Territorial) can or do occur when you are not there, what methods will stop dog barking more effectively than others? Chastising and physical punishment are obviously impossible when you are not there.

Sarah has loved and trained both dogs and horses from a very early age. Her Staffordshire bull terrier, Mona, is trained as both a therapy dog and disaster stress relief dog. In addition, Sarah has trained her German Shepherd, Soren, as a service dog.

You want to try to block the dog from hearing the sounds. Since you obviously cannot sound proof your entire apartment, a great solution is to buy a fan and leave on. In most cases this is more than enough to distract the dog and the sound made will stop him from hearing what happens on the outside. If this fails, you can turn on your radio and leave it like that when you are not home. The dog will be intrigued and can often remain near the radio and listen to what is said there, with zero focus to the outdoors.

This behavior is more likely to annoy you than your neighbors, but it’s annoying nonetheless. A demand barker has learned that he can get what he wants – usually attention or treats – by telling you. It often starts as a gentle, adorable little grumble, and can quickly turn into insistent, loud barks – your dog’s way of saying, “I want it, NOW!”

Give your dog more exercise. Exercise and play time are the best remedies for compulsive and boredom barking. While walking your dog is, of course, an important part of getting her exercise (even if you have a fenced-in yard), it may not be enough. Try having your dog run back and forth between two people for 10 to 20 minutes, chase a ball or toy, or take your dog jogging with you before you leave for work.[60]

Do not punish your dog for barking at certain sounds, like car doors slamming and kids playing in the street, but then encourage him to bark at other sounds, like people at the door. You must be consistent!

Before you call the trainer though, based on the situation you are in, there are some pretty simple things that you can try. The fact that the dog barks too loud or too often may be a sign that he wants you to understand something. It is really important that you do all that you can to identify the cause.

Never use a muzzle to keep your dog quiet for long periods of time or when you’re not actively supervising him. Dogs can’t eat, drink or pant to cool themselves while wearing muzzles, so making your dog wear one for long periods of time would be inhumane.

Think of your dog as a bubble that could pop. Do you know what makes your dog pop? Most dogs just want to feel safe and need space from things that they don’t understand or scare them. Dog barks at some passing dogs on the street? Then why did you bring your dog over to sniff it’s butt? Stop doing that! Is your dog loose in the house all day getting all worked up barking at windows? Think maybe you should start by not allowing access?

Continue to recruit people to help you practice “Go to Your Spot” exercises until your dog reliably goes to his spot and stays there until you release him by saying “Okay.” At this point, your dog should be able to perform his new “Go to Your Spot” skill perfectly about 90 percent of the time during training sessions. The hardest part for your dog will be going to his spot and staying there in real-life situations, when he hasn’t been able to do a few warm-up repetitions. To prepare your dog for times when real visitors arrive, ask friends who already know your dog well to drop by randomly when you’ll be home. Then ask friends who don’t know your dog well to drop by. With plenty of practice, your dog will be able to go to his spot and stay there, even when neither of you knows who’s at the door!

I leave you with a warning.  If your dog is barking while tied out, or even worse barking and chasing while out on an electric fence or even in a fenced yard, you have  the makings of a time bomb. Dogs who see the world just out of their reach and are allowed to live in an aroused state are the dogs will be go after things when the opportunity arises.

Why am I telling you this? Well, barking has to be the most annoying behaviour problem that is suffered by dog owners and neighbours alike. However, Karina in Copenhagen will be the first to tell you that she is glad that her dogs bark. Of course, it helps that she knows what to do to get them to stop barking so they do not become a neighbourhood nuisance. Here’s what she does… Are you ready?

Whenever you leave the house, try giving your dog a puzzle toy stuffed with food. Something hollow that can be stuffed with treats, spray cheese, or low-fat peanut butter will keep your dog occupied for at least 20 to 30 minutes, which may be long enough for her to forget that she was afraid of you leaving.[24]

Boredom: The bark of a bored dog sounds like a dog that barks just to hear her own voice. Though it tends to be annoying, it is also kind of sad. Bored dogs often bark to release excess energy, and sometimes bark out of loneliness. They usually need an activity and perhaps even a companion. How to stop a dog from barking

“contrôle de l’écorce petit chiot comment empêcher un chien d’aboyer quand les gens passent”

Comme nous venons de le voir dans le point précédent, il n’est pas impossible que votre chien aboie tout simplement pour capter votre attention et pour que vous vous intéressiez plus à lui. Ne tombez pas dans ce piège. Les chiens très demandeurs et si vous marchez dans ce jeu, votre compagnon n’est pas près d’arrêter d’aboyer.

Super cette vidéo, j’ai essayé depuis 2-3 semaines sur mes chiens (ils sont 9) mais pas très très probants jusque maintenant. il y en a toujours un pour continuer à aboyer… J’ai l’idée qu’ils prennent ça comme aboiement = croquettes donc récompense. Non ?

Quand elle voit des gens ou des chiens passés dans la rue elle jappe. Pour l’empêcher de japper quand nous sommes à l’extérieur (je sors toujours avec elle) je lui donne une récompense quand je vois qu’elle va japper. Ça fonctionne assez bien. Mais j’aimerais comprendre pourquoi ici elle jappe et pas dans les parcs.

J’ai un gros soucis avec ma chienne, je ne peux pas la laisser toute seule à la maison, elle n’arrête pas d’aboyer jusqu’à temps que je rentre. C’est un gros problème, car je vais bientôt retravailler et je ne sais pas quoi faire, ni quelle décision prendre. J’ai des voisins et je ne peux pas me permettre de la laisser aboyer toute la journée. J’aimerais avoir un ou plusieurs conseils pour essayer de remédier à cela. Merci d’avance.

Meilleure réponse:  Il existe des colliers à ultra sons : bruits imperceptibles pour nous mais désagréables pour le chien quand il aboit. Au bout d’un certain temps il arrête d’aboyer. demandes conseils à ton véto.

Que ce soit par habituation, parce que le chien a un gros caractère (dur à la douleur) ou parce qu’il est au contraire très sensible (risque de traumatiser le chien), leur usage est à recommander avec des pincettes. Il faut savoir que dans certains pays de l’Union européenne leur commercialisation est soumise à l’utilisation avec un professionnel. Certains sont plus sophistiqués que d’autres, parfois plus fragiles aussi.

Votre chien ne cesse jamais d’aboyer et vous ne supportez plus cette situation ? Pas de panique, nous allons vous aider à résoudre ce problème qui revient régulièrement lorsque l’on parle d’éducation canine. Et pour cause ! Vivre avec un chien qui aboie tout le temps ou un chien qui pleure peut vite devenir infernal.

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En suivant cette méthode, vous avez ainsi de grandes chances pour que votre chien ait plutôt envie de se reposer que d’aboyer. L’attention que vous aurez donné à votre chien l’aidera également à se sentir bien et il ne risque pas d’aboyer parce qu’il s’ennuie.

Ca en est au point que dès qu’il passe devant ma porte, mon loulou, sourd, bondit de son panier et va grogner tout crocs dehors à la porte. Il semble stressé juste après. Ça en devindrait presque flippant parfois.

Apprendre au chien à rester seul très progressivement est la solution. Plusieurs fois 5 minutes les premiers jours. Plusieurs fois 10 minutes la seconde semaine et ainsi de suite, jusqu’à ce que votre chien puisse rester une journée entière seul à la maison.

Si les aboiements du chien en pleine journée constituent un problème parce que le chien est gardé à l’extérieur, voyez si votre voisin acceptait d’installer une niche où il pourrait s’abriter pendant la journée. Discutez d’une date à laquelle la niche sera installée.

Tout les jours je rentre du collège en passant devant une maison ou il y a un chien et dès que je passe il m’abois dessus et le problème c’est que j’ai peur de ces aboiement ( Comment faire pour ne plus avoir peur ? )

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Distrayez votre chien à la maison. Quand il n’est pas dehors à courir, pensez aussi à occuper votre chien à l’intérieur. Ainsi, il ne s’ennuiera pas et donc, n’aboiera pas. Vous pouvez cacher sa friandise préférée dans divers lieux ou lui demander de vous rapporter son jouet fétiche. Tout doit être prétexte à jeu pour qu’il ne s’ennuie pas. Vous pouvez également laisser la radio (ou la télévision) branchée, cela évitera qu’il fasse une fixation sur les bruits extérieurs [65].

La bonne chose est qu’il existe plusieurs façons d’arrêter les chiens d’aboyer sans raison appropriée. Nous ne voulons pas d’arrêter les chiens d’aboyer quand il ya une très bonne raison, mais seulement pour l’empêcher d’aboyer trop ou d’arrêter les aboiements indésirables ou de l’agacement. Les chiens aboient pour un éventail de raisons, par exemple quand ils s’ennuient, une attention désir ou d’être laissé à l’intérieur, de découvrir d’autres animaux ou des personnes sur leur territoire, ont faim ou perçoivent une menace. L’aboiement est un moyen naturel pour les chiens de communiquer, mais le problème survient quand il devient excessif.

Bonjour, petite question, j’ai un cavalier King Charles, de 1 ans 1/2, elle aboie seulement dès qu’on prend sa laisse, la lui met et continue 3/4 min à la sortie de la maison….que faire? C’est insupportable ce cris, en dehors de ça aucun aboiement…

J’ai un petit chien de sorte Yorkshire et Bichon du nom de Snooky. Mon problème est que Snooky est rendu a 4ans et je déménagé avec lui en appartement. J’ai trouvé un des rares appartement qui accepte les chiens donc j’aimerai que ça fonctionne.

Bonjour Paul, j’aime beaucoup tes conseilles consernant de distraire le chien avec une balle ou une friandise. Dans mon cas, Buck aboyait après mon conjoint quand il rentrait de l’extérieur à l’intérieur de la maison. Nous avons essayé avec les friandises et le problème fut régler en quelques jours de perseverence. Il faut parler à notre chien, être patient est la clé du succès. Merci à toi!

Petite précision, elle n’a jamais pleuré quand je la laisse seule à la maison sauf si j’oublie de fermer le balcon et qu’elle sait que je l’entends, je pense qu’elle est très maligne et qu’elle a compris que ses cris me perturbent.

Sachez reconnaitre les causes de l’aboiement lié au territoire. Les chiens qui aboient sur les étrangers font souvent cela pour protéger leur territoire. Ce type d’aboiement se produit lorsque votre chien est effrayé et perçoit les étrangers comme une menace potentielle. Les chiens vont instinctivement défendre leur territoire, c’est pourquoi ils se mettent à aboyer lorsqu’ils détectent la présence d’inconnus dans les endroits qui leur sont familiers, comme leur maison et leur jardin [1].

Vous pouvez redirigez sur un jouet ou entraîner le calme. Récompensez abondamment les moments de silence et demandez-en progressivement de plus en plus. Pour plus de conseils adaptés à votre situation, n’hésitez pas à nous contacter pour une consultation à domicile en nous écrivant à info@demaindemaitre.ca

Je suis totalement d’accord avec Pascale Grollier, d’où tenez vous de telles méthodes ??? La première chose est de le dresser ou de le faire dresser pour qu’il apprenne qui est le maître, et quelles sont ses limites, et surtout pour qu’il mémorise les interdits. Au dressage, c’est d’abord le maître qu’il faut dresser, car bien trop souvent, il n’a pas le comportement adéquat face à une situation donnée. Il ne faut pas céder aux demandes et “caprices” de ton chien, c’est toi qui décide, pas lui. Il faut toujours utiliser les mêmes ordres avec le bon ton et pour chacun de ces ordres. commencer par son prénom pour attirer son attention, et enchaîner par l’ordre qu’il écoutera et entendra… un chien se fiche totalement des grands discours… il ne faut pas perdre de vue non plus que ce sont de très bons chiens de garde et que l’aboiement est leur moyen de communication… on apprend à un chien à s’assoir, se coucher, etc… on lui apprend aussi à se taire quand il ne doit pas aboyer. Je te conseille de faire encore quelques séances de dressage pour lui apprendre les bons comportements et tu verras qu’au fils des mois et des années, ton beauceron, qui vénère son maître, t’obéira très bien dans toutes les situations, Pour moi, il faut oublier les méthodes de barbares et se concentrer sur une bonne éducation. Bon courage à toi.

Bark Control

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When your dog barks do you have the tendency to yell something like “NOOOOOOO” or “STOOOPPP?” While you think you’re telling your dog to stop barking, they just think you’re joining in. So yelling won’t do you much good. Instead, when your dog starts barking inappropriately it’s important to stay calm. Develop a signal that alerts your dog to stop barking. That signal could be a look, sound, or physical correction. Below, I will go over the “quiet” command. 

The solution in this case is really simple. All that you have to do is block the window view. This does not mean that you want to stop light from coming into your home. It just means that you have to find creative ways to stop the dog from seeing what is there. That will stop the triggers and he will no longer bark. It is normal for dogs to bark at other animals and what is naturally perceived as prey. Does your dog often look out the window? Does he randomly start barking and you have no idea why? It might be because he saw something that got him really excited.

Repeat this process until your dog learns to associate the word “quiet” with her silence. Once your dog has done this successfully on 10 or more occasions, you can begin giving the quiet command without showing her a treat. If she still complies with your command, then give her a treat. If she does not, you may need to show her the treat for several more training sessions.[51]

Rule out medical problems. Sometimes barking is your dog’s way of indicating to you that she is injured or sick. If there is a chance that your dog might have some medical problem or injury, you should take her to see a vet as soon as possible.[66]

Nancy lives in Portland Maine with her 3 kids, 2 dogs and a revolving door of foster dogs. She owns Gooddogz Training and believes in force free training and having fun with your dogs. Her Mom tells us “Dog” and “horse” were her first words.

Dogs love to be outside, and the walk is a stimulating and exciting part of their day, so the desire to push ahead is very strong. Humans do not make ideal walking partners since a dog’s natural and comfortable walking pace is much faster than ours. Having to walk calmly by a person’s side when the only thing a dog really wants to do is run and investigate his environment requires a degree of impulse control that can be very difficult for some dogs to utilize.

Boredom: Do you ever sing or talk to yourself when you’re bored? Your dog may do the same thing. The reason we often see the boredom bark is when dogs are left outside for long periods of time. We all know that dogs are pack animals and want to be near you. When they are left alone, they often occupy their time by barking.

Because extinction undergoes some interesting processes, it is worth learning why the act of not getting up still causes your dog to bark or even causes it to increase in intensity and duration. This behavior can be explained as ”extinction bursts”. What happens in an ”extinction burst” is the behavior increases temporarily, enough to have dog owners believe that the act of not getting up is not working.

Basically, the point is to redirect their focus away from barking to an activity that you can reward. You can also redirect them to a toy or a game of fetch. After all, it’s tough to bark when engaged in a fun tug session.

Many times we have unintentionally taught our dog to bark by reinforcing the behavior. If your dog barks in the yard and you go out and shout at him, he has gotten your attention and may even think you are joining in with your own funny little human bark. Even looking at your dog when he barks can be a reinforcer.

First of all we have to identify WHY your dog is barking, because the solution we use is not always going to be the same. After all, you’d never use the same approach to stop child who was shouting out for help as a child who was screaming at you for more chocolate, now would you?

You can solve this problem through management. If your dog likes to sit on the window sill and bark at everyone passing by, first block access to their vantage point and then offer them an alternative, more appropriate pastime.

There was a time when the thought of getting a kiss from Rusty would not have been a good thing. Rusty is a rescue dog and shortly after adopting him, we discovered that he ate his own poop! Fortunately, he no longer does this, and his kisses are a whole lot more pleasant.

Dogs bark because it works, whether to scare off a perceived intruder, self-soothe, get attention or release frustration. Tackling your dog’s barking first requires that you identify the drive behind your dog’s vocalization. These are the most typical types of canine communication:

Constant barking can be irritating, but you won’t be able to correct the dog behavior problem if you are frustrated. Animals don’t follow unbalanced leaders. In fact, your dog will mirror your energy. If you’re frustrated, he will be, too! And barking is a great release for that frustrated energy. Take a moment to curb your own internal barking first.

Call the relevant authority to report a noise complaint. Find out what town hall/council/municipal office or other relevant authority to call so you can file a report on your neighbors for a noise complaint.The authorities will talk to the dog owner and assess the situation. They will usually inform you of the outcome. If nothing changes, call again a few days later.[5]

But in most cases, you can’t just tell a dog to hush. Trainers and dog behaviorists say that working with barking dogs is one of their most common requests. If your dog has a vocal problem, here are some tips that might help.

Instead, use your positive interrupt to invite your dog to you, and calmly put him in another room or on a tether – then greet your visitors. You may want to tape a note to your door advising guests that you are training your dog and it may take you a moment or two to answer the door, so they don’t give up and go away.

There are a number of products on the market that promise to stop barking quickly. Collars that go on your dog can deliver audible or ultrasonic corrections to your dog, but they aren’t effective on all dogs. Citronella-spraying collars often work, but some dogs learn they can run them out of spray and then bark at will.

Does your dog bark people, dogs, other animals? Does your dog bark when you are walking? Does your dog bark when you leave? There is no need to use punishment to teach your dog to not bark. Adopt an attitude of patience and you’ll fix this in no time at all!

Crate training your puppy. A puppy barking in his crate may stop if covered with a cloth sheet so he is not stimulated to bark by what he sees. With a cover over it, the crate also feels more like a den and hence more secure. Some puppies will stop barking if allowed to sleep in their crate next to the owners’ bed, or with a belonging that smells of the owner or their siblings. When your puppy is in the crate do get to know the sounds he makes and unless it is an emergency for the bathroom do not go and open the crate or let the puppy out when the puppy barks. If you do he will learn to bark demanding to be let out and in this way tell you what to do. Sometimes a squirt bottle of water can be used to direct a spray at a puppy that barks in the crate but I have seen dogs that enjoy this too and make a game out of it. Plus, it can make quite a mess.

You want some control over your dog’s voice, but don’t lose sight of the value of his vocal communications; he may be trying to tell you something important. If you ignore him you might find your horses on the highway, the house burned to the ground, or Timmy in the well.

Getting a new dog means that the other dog has someone to play with. The only problem is that you want to be sure that you get the dogs to like each other. You want to talk with your vet or with a trainer and get some help with that. A great idea is to get another dog of the same breed but when this is not possible, you want to make sure that the old dog does not feel threatened. In some situations the owners will start to favor a dog and that can hurt the relationship with the other one. Make sure that you can offer equal love if you decide to get a second dog.

Incidentally, while I was at the home of the 30-minute barker, he started to do his thing. I casually called out “Thank you”, and he trotted back into the living room and sat down. This was quickly followed by two thuds as the owners’ jaws hit the floor… How to stop a dog from barking

“dog barking at the moon dog barking training collars”

Thank you for a good message. It’s heartbreaking that such tools are even available and the people that have designed these form of aversive methods should be prosecuted. So many people fuss, love, smother their dog with love and then in the next moment zap them with either citronella, a high beep or electric….unbelievable. Training should be changed to teaching and I thank you for restoring my faith in humanity 🙂

Incidentally, while I was at the home of the 30-minute barker, he started to do his thing. I casually called out “Thank you”, and he trotted back into the living room and sat down. This was quickly followed by two thuds as the owners’ jaws hit the floor…

Dogs can bark if they’re being territorial and sense that you’re moving in on their turf. If you find that your neighbor’s dog barks every time you go into your yard or get close to the neighbor’s property, it’s probably being territorial. A good solution for this kind of barking is to block the dog’s view with a fence, some kind of screen, or some privacy bushes and trees. If the dog can’t see you, it is less likely to think of you as a threat.

Barking is a normal canine communication, but inappropriate barking – too much or too often – is probably one of the most commonly reported problems owners have with their dogs. It can be annoying and can lead to unhappy situations with neighbours, particularly if your dog barks a lot.

Positive reinforcement is the best way to train a dog, but if your neighbor isn’t taking training seriously, it may fall on you to correct the barking dog’s behavior. A dog whistle makes a noise that won’t disturb humans and won’t harm dogs, but the high frequency will annoy any pooch that can hear it. When the neighbor’s dog starts barking, give the whistle a blow. It may cause more barking at first, but if the pup comes to associate its barking with the irritating whistle sound, it will eventually stop barking to avoid the noise.

Get other neighbors to file the same complaint. If the authorities get multiple calls about the same dog owner, they’ll be more likely to take action quickly. There’s definitely strength in numbers in this situation, so rally as many people as you can to remedy the situation.[6]

Other types of no-bark collars are just as bad, including those that squirt lemon juice, emit noises that are too high-pitched for human ears, or emit a citronella smell.  The purpose of all of these is the same: The collar senses when the dog’s vocal cords are moving and an unpleasant response is made active.  The result is to train the dog to stop barking through negative re-enforcement of the behavior.  Negative re-enforcement, however, is not a good way to train dogs, and newer, more advanced training methods of training rely on positive re-enforcement.  Punishments, if they still play a role in some training regimens, are not repulsive and hurtful to the dog, and might be something like a drop of water on the tip of the nose.

If your dog only barks to let you know he has to go potty, you need to change the behavior. Train him to ring a bell hung on the back door, or install a dog door which allows him to go when he pleases. However you go about it, changing behavior is much tougher than preventing it in the first place. With a puppy, start off on the right foot and don’t encourage or reward barking behaviors.

I am working on the follow up article to this one and apologize for not having it last week…I was really sick! You need to introduce all the things that flip your dog out at very low stimulation levels with very high levels of reinforcement. My Collie has issues with things on wheels to, and to be honest, while we have overcome the vacuum cleaner, bikes, and skateboards, the lawn mover is so evil, i gave up and just keep him in the house. Genetics are strong with some dogs! Basically your goal is t the give the dog a different job. Look at you, down, anything other than go forward and back at it. I hope you find some tips in this week’s article.-Nancy

Anxiety or Fear: Dogs also bark when they are unsure or scared. They may use barking as they run away the same way a would scream. They may also use sound as a defense mechanism to keep their attacker at a distance. Dogs learn early that the best defense is often a good offense.

The best way to think of it is to imagine some children playing… then you’ll get the idea of what is going on… They start to have fun, then they get excited, then they start shouting and then start yelling!

I leave you with a warning.  If your dog is barking while tied out, or even worse barking and chasing while out on an electric fence or even in a fenced yard, you have  the makings of a time bomb. Dogs who see the world just out of their reach and are allowed to live in an aroused state are the dogs will be go after things when the opportunity arises.

If your dog typically barks when someone comes to the door, ask him to do something else at the same time like a place command. Tell him to “go to your mat” and toss a treat on his bed at the same time the doorbell rings, suggests the Humane Society. He should forget about the barking if the treat is tempting enough.

Does your dog bark for attention? Don’t give him any! None at all – even stern reprimands count as attention. He has no idea what “quiet” means; yelling “quiet!” will only make it worse. He’ll think you’re joining in the barking game. Reward him with your attention when he’s calm and not barking. Teach a cue for being quiet. It’s a good trick to have in your dog’s bag for when he’s out with you and barking isn’t welcome. How to stop a dog from barking

“sportsdog ingen bark krave 10r bark kontrol hvordan man stopper en hund fra at gø i andre dyr”

Der er flere måder at lære sin hund et stop-ord på, og det er bestemt meget afgørende, at man er bevidst om, hvorvidt man har en blid/blød hund mellem hænderne, som hurtigt vil give efter for et stopord, eller om man sidder i den modsatte situation, med en meget vilje- og karakterstærk hund.

96 – 96- ningen meget mindre, fordi Maden fremsattes og spistes i ganske faa fade. Paa det lange Bord fremsattes i Reglen kun to fade. Og fik man Grød i fadene, sattes der tre Skaale til at dyppe i, paa Række med fadene. Kartofler og stegt flæsk fremsattes paa den Maade, at Kartoflerne sattes paa Bordet i eet Fad, og flæsket skaaret i smaa Terninger stilledes i Panden ved Siden af. Enhver forsynede sig med Kartofler af Fadet, pillede dem, og alle dyppede sammen i Panden. – Et saadant Maaltid gav kun lille Opvaskning. Knive, Gafler og Skeer blev for det meste kun omhyggelig slikkede og tørrede af Brugeren. HAANDV ÆRK OG FISKERI. Til Smeden og Hjulmanden var der ved Udskiftningen foruden deres Kaadnerland, der blev Ejendom, udlagt noget laand (Jord) af Bøndernes, som Haandværkerne dog ingen Købesum gav for. Denne Jord kaldtes Smedeland el. Ii iulmandsland. For denne Jord skulde Haandværkerne gratis gøre en Del Arbejde for Bønderne, medens andet Arbejde skulde udføres for en forud aftalt Betaling. Paa den anden Side skulde Bønderne ogsaa pløje, køre Gødning og iorarbe (behandle) Land for dem; hver Bonde vidste, hvilken Ager paa Smedens og Hjulmandens Mark han havde at behandle. Desuden skulde Bønderne køre i Skoven efter Brændsel for dem begge og hente Sand ved e ff av til Smeden. Af det Træ, som Bønderne hvert Aar fik udvist af Overførsteren, skulde de levere Smeden en Stempeblok. et tykt Stykke Træ til at sternpe Huller paa. En Dag om Vinteren var Bonden med sin Karl i e Smirre (Smedjen), og begge skulde hjælpe Smeden med det Arbejde, han skulde udføre for vedkommende Bonde. Bonden medbragte selv Jærn og Kul, som vi havde faaet ved Bagningen, og hans Karl skulde trække Blæsebælgen og slaa for (bruge Forhammeren). De tog saa fat paa at hvæsse Harvetænder, lave Hestesko, smede Hesteskosøm og andet lignende. Allerede fra Kl. 5 Morgen drønede Hammerslagene fra Smedjen.

Når din hund stopper med at gø, skal du rose og belønne den. Råb aldrig når du vil have, at den skal stoppe. Dette kan forårsage angst og ødelægge det, den har lært. Du kan også nemt forvirre din hund ved at råbe, hvis den tror, at du gør. At råbe forstærker kun dens vane med at gø.

Hvordan vil du som hundeejer gerne have, at din hund opfører sig? Er det vigtigere, at den kan gennemføre en dæk på træningspladsen, end at den kan sidde stille ved din side, mens du taler med naboen? For den svenske hundeekspert, Eva Bodfäldt, er svaret indlysende – et godt samspil i hverdagen er nummer et.

271 Kiufte hun sig en Sølver-Bost dertil en forgyldene Kam, dermed saa vilde hun rie [rede) den unge Herbørn sit Haar. 17. Dermed saa vilde hun rie Den unge Herbørn sit Haar, for hvert det Lav, der hun omlod [omlagde), hun vædte det med sin Taar rlør I liden Kirstin, I græder ikke for mig, Eders fader kan give eder en riger, ja og en væner som [end) ies«. 19.»Min Fader kan vel give mig en: riger, men ikke en væner som I [jer), ret aldrig skal han leve saa god en Dag, Han skal give mig nogen Ridder!ler. 20. Hør I, Herhen Stoldener, alt hvad jeg beder om, I give mig eders forgylden Sværd til en Hukommels efter Jer Død-. 21.»Ak nej, ak nej, liden Kirstin! det skuld I ikke begær; det skal have min liden Smaadr eng, som har sadled min Ganger rød«. 22. Det var liden Kirstin, hun minder ham af stor Nød:»Det vild jeg gerne, Herhen Stoldener, siden I havde længe været død«. 23.»I vild I det liden Kirstin, det [selvom) jeg havde længe været død, saa giver jeg Eder mit sølvbunden Sværd til en Hukommels efter min Død. 24. Saa giver jeg Eder mit sølvbunden Sværd til en Hukommels efter min Død, saa giver jeg min liden Smaadreng min Sadel og min Ganger rød. 25. Hør I liden Kirstin, alt hvad jeg beder om: naar I ser mig henge, I lader Godville [Kærlighed) kiendfe)«.

There are two basic models: automatic units and handheld units. Both are equally effective but their applications differ. Remote units, such as bark collars, are ideal when inappropriate barking occurs when the owner is absent or when barking takes place in random or unpredictable locations. Handheld units are effective when the owner is present to correct the barking.

273 Og de tjente dennem saa længe paa Danerkongens Bedste; saa yppede dennem en Trætte om begge deres gode Heste. 3.»Og hør du ungen Havburd, jeg vil ikke med dig trætte; din Moder var min gode Gudmoder, hun skal ikke for os græde«. 4.»Itør du, kære Oluf Strangesøn l alt hvad jeg siger til dig, og du skalt fægtes med mig i Dag, eller du skal rende (Dystridt] med mig. 5. Og er min Moder din gode Gudmoder, og siger du det med Skel, Gud lade dig aldrig blive Mandens Lige, foruden du dyster med mig. 6. Hvo kan vel rose mine stærke Hænder, som dennem ikke haver frist; men det vil jeg for Sanden sige: saa rask da havde jeg flest«. 7. Aarle var det en Morgenstund, og længe før Lærken hun sang, op da stod han Oluf Strangesøn, han klædte sig for sin Seng. 8. Aarle om Morgen, vel god Tid, langt føre den Dag gjordes lius, saa mange da vare de sadlede Heste alt for det Dyste-Hus. 9. Den første Dyst de sammen red, begyndte deres Heste at lege. Og der stod Fruer og stolte Jomfruer de bleve i Kinder saa blege. 10. Den anden Dyst de sammen rede, da knælede Havburds Hest:»Saa mangen Dyst saa haver jeg reden, jeg frygter, den bliver værst«. 11. Den tredde Dyst de sammen red, og da blev Havburd saard; og der stod Fruer og stolte Jomfruer, de fældte saa modige Taare. 18

126 Til Fastelavn skulde Kvinderne være færdige med at spinde Hør og Blaar. Sad der endnu Hør paa Rokken, havde enhver Lov til at stikke Ild i det. Fastelavns-Mandag gik Karlene om Formiddagen fra Gaard til Gaard og samlede Æg til det Gilde, der skulde holdes om Aftenen. Efter deres Rundgang afleverede de Æggene i den Gaard, hvor Gildet skulde holdes. Fastelavns-Mandag blev undertiden Katten slaaet af Tønden af Ungdommen: En Tønde, der ikke var for stærk, blev i et Reb hængt! mellem to Stænger eller i et Træ. I Tønden var der oprindelig en levende Kat; men da det blev forbudt som Dyrplageri, blev der brugt en udstoppet Kat. Karlene, der slog til Tønden, havde en hvid Skjorte over Trøjen; til Hest og med Knippel i Haanden gik det i fuld Galop løs paa Kattetønden. Men det skete ofte, at Rytteren slet ikke med Hesten kunde komme Tønden saa nær, at han kunde slaa paa den; undertiden blev han kastet af Hesten. Saa længe der brugtes levende Kat i Tønden, blev den, der slog saadan, at Katten frigjort sprang ud af Tønden, Kattekonge og vandt den udsatte Belønning. Senere regnede man, at den, der gav Tønden det sidste Slag, blev den vindende, og foruden Æren fik han frit Gilde. Der blev jo nemlig efter Ridtet spist og drukket og danset i en af Byens Gaarde, Naar Pigerne hen mod Aften mødte til Gildet, medførte de hver et Stykke flæsk, et halvt Brød og en Skaal Smør. Naar der saa var bagt Æggekage i stor Stil, og Bordene var dækket, kom Gaardfolkene hver med sin Flaske Brændevin. Og saa holdtes der et lystigt Maaltid. Og ovenpaa blev der danset i den største Stue eller paa Logulvet til Tonerne fra en Violin. Ved fastelavn mødte hele flokke af Børn med Granris, hvorpaa der var syet Rosetter af kulørt Papir og Knerreguld; de kom for at tuste op (banke op); de bankede paa de voksne og raabte:»fledevig, Hedevig, op med e Pomler (Boller)«eller»Ifedevig, Hedevig, Boller i Mælk!«. Saa fik hver tre Tvebakker eller et Par Boller, somme Tider et Par Etelkager (Æbleskiver). – Børnene j Huset vilde jo gerne saa tidligt op, at de kunde komme og banke op, naar de

Hvis du/man har forståelse for lige netop oksekød er man også nødt til at sige ok til HALLAL slagtet kød, KOSHER mad til jødiske børn allergiker mad til allergikere osv. i skoler og andre institutioner og det er jo ikke holdbart i længden med sådan en tanke gang

Asocial tilbageholdende adfærd – som at hunden f.eks. ”fryser” (står helt stille) ved berøring eller at den sender et blik efterfulgt af intens øjenkontakt – er også et nogle meget klare tegn på, at den er parat til at bide.

Det er en god idé at lade hunden snuse til babys tøj hjemme – inden baby kommer hjem fra hospitalet. På den måde får hunden ikke et chok, når baby kommer ind ad døren. Så kender den nemlig allerede lugten!

Prædiken til 22. s. e. trin. Kl. 10.00 i Engesvang 478 Vi kommer til din kirke, Gud op al den ting 675 Gud vi er i gode hænder Willy Egemose 418 – Herre Jesus kom at røre 613 Herre, du vandrer forsoningens

11 HERSKABET. Als Nørreherred var kongeligt Len, og Sønderherred var Hertugen af Augustenborgs Len. I Nørreherred, hvor Bønderne stod under Kongen, var de fri for Hoveri og havde ingen Kornleverance; men de betalte nok lidt mere Grundskat. Hertugens Bønder og Kaadnere (Husmænd) var alle hoveripligtige, og det var just ikke Srnaating, der forlangtes af dem. Et Boel (en Gaard) havde Pligtarbejde paa Herregaarden, naar der blev foretaget Istandsættelser, naar der blev tækket, lagt Logulv o. s. v.; 3-4 Dage maatte Gaarden stille to Mand som Klappere ved Klapjagt. Man skulde fra hver Gaard pløje 5 Hovbyt, d. e. omkr. 6 Skæpper Land, høste med Karl og Pige i 3 Dage, køre Korn ind med Karl og Pige 3 Dage. Og saa var der endda en hel Del med at køre Brænde til Slottet, flytte for Hertugen til Graasten og meget andet. før Udskiftningen eller Separationen var det næsten umuligt for en Søn at overtage faderens Ejendom, da de ikke kunde leve paa samme Gaard, langt mindre betale Skatterne. Ejerne gik stundom fra det hele og lod alt ligge, og Øvrigheden maatte saa overtage den forfaldne Ejendom og se at faa den afhændet til en Mand, som kunde yde Skatterne. En Gaard i Helleved paa 50 Tdr. Land var i saa daarlig forfatning, at Ladebygningerne var afstivede med store Egepæle for ikke at falde helt sammen. Manden løb fra hele Redeligheden. Nu fik Øvrigheden opsnuset, at der i Stevning boede en halvgammel Gaardmandssøn, som havde lært at lave Træsko og havde puget og sparet i mange Aar, saa han ejede en lille Kapital. Han blev stævnet for Retten og fik Paabud om at overtage Ejendommen. Da hans fader med

Det er også meget vigtigt at vænne hvalpen til at være alene hjemme. Dette gøres ved at forlade hjemmet i kort tid af gangen, herefter kan du så øge den tid hvor hunden skal være alene hjemme, så den til slut lærer at være alene hjemme i 4-8 timer dagligt. Lad være med at lave store farvel- eller velkomst-ceremonier, idet dette gør hvalpen endnu mere ked af det. Der er stor forskel på hvor længe de forskellige hunderacer kan være alene hjemme.

Uanset årsagen til, at din hund har disse udbrud, vil du bemærke hvor relevant ordet ophidselse er. Det er ikke en “tilbagelænet” hund, der springer op og gør, hver eneste gang nogen går forbi. Gør det derfor lettere for din hund at slappe af ved at give hende masser af fysisk og mental gymnastik, så han i stedet for at bruge sin energi på at være på vagt i stedet ligger roligt og slapper af eller sover. En rettesnor for unge raske hunde er mindst en time løb, trav eller snusen – måske med et par runder af aport til at starte dagen med.

130 holdt Værten, Peder Keelsen, en lille meget god Tale, hvori han udviklede festens Betydning og viste, hvorledes Guds Almagt og Godhed aabenbarede sig i den hele Natur, nu vi havde faaet foraaret frem; navnlig kom dette til Skue i Løvets Pragt og Blomsternes Dejlighed. Gæsterne var selv smykkede med Blomster og Huset med Grønt. – 1 Ketting stod endnu ved 1780 et gammelt højt Træ nede i Byen ved Boelsmand Laurids Petersens Gaard, det kaldtes Majtræet. Her plejede en af de første Dage i Maj Maaned Byens Ungdom at forsamle sig hen imod Aften, at danse og more sig, naar det friske Løv var udsprunget og smykkede Træet. før Pinse blev Huset kalket og gjort rent, der kom frisk Halm i alle Sengene, og Haverne blev ligeledes gjort i Stand. Pinsedag fik vi Hønsesuppe til Middag. I Pinsen var der ikke saa megen Morskab som nu om Stunder. Enkelte Steder gik folk en lille Tur i Skoven; der kunde der være en Kagekone med lidt Kager, eller der var et Bord, hvor der skænkedes en Snaps Brændevin eller Mjød. – Nu er Pinsen en stor folkefest, hvor man mødes fra alle Kanter; den ene V ært overbyder den anden. Der er Koncert, Karusse), Skydetelt, Dans o. s. v. Og nu endes festen ikke i to Dage; men tredje Pinsedag er for mange Hoveddagen. De gamle Ringridergilder, hvor Byfolkene fra hver By morede sig med Ringridning, begyndte gerne lste Maj eller ved Pinsetid, men kunde ellers holdes Sommerens igennem. Naar Kragerne havde Æg i Reden, holdtes der Kraggild, hvor der blev givet ØJ, Brændevin, Kaffe og Kage. Det var et Ungdomsgilde, som Karlene gav. Længere hen paa Sommeren kunde der holdes Pigegilde, hvor Pigerne gjorde Gengæld. Disse Gilder omfattede to Dage: Søndagsgildet og Lørdag Aften derefter, Regnskabsaftenen, hvor Gildets Regnskab opgiordes, og hvor der ogsaa holdtes Lystighed. – Ved saadanne Gilder var der altid Dans; men Musikken udførtes altid af en enkelt Spillemand, der ikke kunde mange Melodier. Den ældgamle Skik at tænde Blus paa Marken Skt. Hans Aften fandt og finder endnu Sted i de fleste Byer paa

Alle hvalpe kan trænes til renlighed. Det er tidskrævende og sætter din tålmodighed på prøve, men det er nødvendigt at træne det. Husk, at hvalpen vil gøre hvad der skal til, for at du bliver glad, så øs en masse ros over den og kom hurtigere i mål med hunde renlighed.

97 Bonden bragte Mellemmad med til Smeden og sig selv og Karlen, fremdeles Øl og Brændevin, og hvor Smeden røg Tobak, maatte han ogsaa bringe Tobak med. Alt hvad der medbragtes til Smedjen af Mad- og Drikkevarer, maatte fortæres paa Stedet, og Bonden og hans Karl maatte ikke tage noget af det med hjem; for saa fik de Koldfeber, hed det. Var Karlen ikke vant til at haandtere forhammeren, kunde det blive en streng Dag for ham; thi at»slaa en Hits«(og den kunde Smeden jo trække langt ud, naar han fandt det for godt) skulde der baade Kræfter og Haandelag til. Dagen igennem blev der gjort et stort Arbejde. Der blev Vogne beslaaet og istandsat, Ploviærn forlagt og hvæsset. Paa en Plov var der ikke andet af Jærn end e Drawlenk, e Langlan og Skiær (Dragelænke, Langjærn og Skær). – Var der noget gaaet itu ved Bygningen som Hængsler eller lignende, blev det lavet af Smeden; Hestesko maatte Smeden slaa under imod, at han beholdt de gamle Sko til at lave Søm af. Smedene i Nørreherred udgjorde et Lav med deres særskilte Lavsartikler. Der kunde være en 15 Smede i det hele Herred. Det var kun i de større Byer, at der fandtes en Smed og en Smedje. De mind re Byer hørte da ind under en Smed i den nærmeste By. Hvert Aar holdtes et fælles Gilde eller Sammenkomst, der skiftevis gik omkring iblandt dem, saaledes at en Mand omtrent hvert 15de Aar kunde komme til at holde Gildet. Herredsfogeden og Tingskriveren plejede at indbydes som Lavets Værge; desuden mødte enhver Smed med sin Kone, vedkommende Smeds Kunder med deres Koner og andre af hans Slægt og af Byens Befolkning. Der sendtes f ann (Send eller Skikkels) som til andre store Gilder; man beværtedes med Suppe, kogte Høns og Øksekød med Peberrodssovs, Steg og Risengrød. Naar man havde spist, oplæste Herredsfogeden deres Lavsartikler, og der taltes da et og andet om deres fælles Anliggender; om Aftenen dansedes der, og førend man tog hjem, beværtedes der med kold Skinke, Øl og Brændevin. Efter sin Bedstefader har den gamle Smed Hans Schmidt i Stevning en hel Del fortællinger:»ilr. Thomas Sture, 7

I ordered the GoodBoy Dog Bark Collar after a LOT of research and, frankly, with a bit of trepidation about whether or not it could help us. Boy am I happy. There are many things about the bark collar I like but I’d like to begin by saying I have NEVER experienced such excellent customer support. They seemed personal and sincere. No “default” email from them! A real person communicates with you! I love the product. I’m so glad we bought it. We get to keep our wonderful dog.

Regn Den Fynske Landsby ud – Et praktisk matematikforløb i Den Fynske Landsby Opgavesæt til Gruppe 2: Jens Rasmussen, den gamle træskomager, er netop afgået ved døden efter et langt godt liv som træskomager.

Hylen: Du må forstå, at hvis du trøster hvalpen, når den hyler, bliver problemet kun værre. Den vil tro, at den får belønning for at hyle og gøre det til en vane. Du kan faktisk hjælpe den med at lære at holde op ved ikke at gå hen til hvalpen, når den hyler. Ved at ignorere hvalpen og kun give den opmærksomhed og ros, når den holder op med at hyle, lærer den, at det ikke hjælper noget at hyle.

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Når vinteren melder sin ankomst med frost, is og sne skal vi være ekstra opmærksomme på vores hundes poter. Ofte bliver der spredt salt ud på veje og fortove, og det kan jo være en god ting for os mennesker, så vi ikke kører galt eller …

Hunde prøver også at aflæse de signaler, som vi udsender. Det kan give anledning til misforståelser, fordi hunde og menneskers signalsprog er forskellige. For eksempel smiler vi ofte til og ser intenst på de personer, som vi taler med. Dermed signalerer vi venlig opmærksomhed – selvom længerevarende direkte øjenkontakt opfattes som ubehageligt. Hunde vil derimod opfatte direkte og intens øjenkontakt som en trussel. Vores smil vil de også opfatte som en trussel, da det ligner en blottelse af tænderne. Nogle hunde vil reagere på disse trusler ved at optræde aggressivt.

140 mand, som var en Broder til Brudgommen; anden Kostmand havde dog ikke med Indbydelsen at gøre; han var Opvarter ved Bryllupsgildet. Kostmanden (første Kostmand) havde i Nørreherred fine hvide Bukser paa og en Trøje af mørkeblaat, hjemmegjort Ullen (Vadmel); paa venstre Side paa Brystet havde han et Krustoi (Buket) af lavede Blomster. Han bar høj Hat og havde Sølvsporer paa Støvlerne. Bruden gav ham et Kravetøj, et sort Silkehalsklæde og et rødt Lommeklæde at pynte sig med paa Bydedagen. I Haanden havde han en Ridepisk med et langt, bredt, rødt Silkebaand, eller i Nørreherred en lang Hundepisk, hvormed han slog Knald, naar han kom ind i en Gaard, og naar han red bort. J Sønderherred var han klædt og udstyret paa en noget lignende Maade som i Nørreherred; dog havde han ikke hvide Bukser, og i Stedet for Trøje havde han en blaa Vadmels Kjole, hvor de lange Skøder var sammenheftede ved begge Hjørner for ikke at komme i Vejen ved Sadlen. Kostmanden blev forsynet med en lang Liste over alle dem, der skulde indbydes, og han var altid ridende paa Gaardens fineste Hest. Saa snart Kostmanden med Gjald og Knald kom i Gaarde, hvor han skulde byde, kom en Karl eller en Dreng springende for at holde Hesten. Kostmanden gik ind, tog Hatten i venstre flaand, aabnede Stuedøren og bød temmelig højt:»god Dag, god Dag!«Gaardens folk skyndte sig derind, og staaende ved Døren spurgte han:»er det den hele forsamling, som her er til Stede?«Naar der svaredes ja, bragte han»en høflig Hilsen fra Brudeparret (her nævnedes Navnene), om I ville gøre dem den Ære at spise et Maaltid Mad hos dem i e Kostgaard (Navnet) i Dag otte Dage, og om I ville se Bruden tilgode ved Brudesengen Dagen i forveien.«indbydelsen gjaldt alle Gaardens Beboere, ogsaa Tjenestefolk og Børn. Særskilt skulde Kostmanden ogsaa indbyde Skafferen, Kogekonen, Byens Koner til at gaa i Køkkenet og Musikanterne. Byderernserne kunde være af noget forskelligt Præg. De kunde være ganske jævne og lyde paa godt Alsisk:»Go

93 var syet fast ved Livstykket, og som kaldtes e Pi, og dette Skørt og de andre Underskørter var ofte forsynede med en 3-4 Rader Sammetsbaand (Fløilsbaand). fra midt i 50erne fulgte de alsiske Kvinder de almindelige Moder med Krinoliner, Hoftepuder, Tornure o. s. v., saavel som med de vekslende former af Liv og Hovedbeklædning. Kvinderne havde til Overstykke en Frak; den var syet af Mandfalke-Skrædderen, som for Resten ozsaa syede Alsingere i I 860’erne og 70’erne (Asserballe og Sjellerup). Kvindeklæder. frakken var næsten syet lig en Mandskjole med et Bælte om Livet, og hvis den ellers nogenlunde passede, klædte den godt. Pigerne havde nok som oftest kun en Overdug [øwdug] ( e Salupdug ), og paa Hovedet havde som nævnt baade Koner og Piger e Kap, og den var jo saa stor, at den kunde skærme e Hoiklæ, Hovedsættet, baade for Regn og Blæst. Senere hen i Tiden, vel ved 1840, fik baade Koner og Piger en Mantel, en Kaabe, som for Konernes Vedkommende var forsynet med stort Slag. Baade Mandfolk og Kvinder gik til daglig i Træsko. Mandfolkenes var med»langt Overlæder«og»bundne«med

Bark Control

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What’s more, they can actually do more harm than good by causing your dog unnecessary stress and even pain. Plus, using devices that punish pets will likely damage the bond between you, meaning your dog is less likely to follow your instruction in future, and can lead to further problem behaviours.

Who among us hasn’t smiled at our dogs howling at the sound of a fire truck siren speeding past? The howl, which sometimes speaks of a dog’s distress, is also a communal conversation. Dogs often howl in groups, and some owners delight in teaching their dogs to howl on cue, by howling – or singing – themselves. “Group howl” is a popular activity of wild dogs, and of many humans around the campfire at dog camps. Try it – you and your dog might enjoy it!

Grumbles and growls can have several meanings. Some dogs grumble and growl in enjoyment at a butt-scratch or body massage. More often, a growl is an important warning – “I don’t like you (or whatever you’re doing); please stop!” (See “Understand Why Your Dog Growls,” October 2005.)

If Method #1 isn’t working after at least 10-20 sessions, add a startling noise to the “quiet” command, such as a can of pennies, a bell, even a loud single clap of your hands. This should gain his attention and you can then go through the remaining steps of calling him over, asking him to sit, and giving praise and treats until the person or noise is gone. If he begins barking immediately after you release him, repeat the steps. If after 10-20 more tries the barking hasn’t diminished you may have an obsessive or anxiety situation and should seek the advice of a professional.

Do not encourage your dog to bark at sounds, such as pedestrians or dogs passing by your home, birds outside the window, children playing in the street and car doors slamming, by saying “Who’s there?” or getting up and looking out the windows.

There is a huge array of ’tools’ on the market that claim to stop nuisance barking in dogs and offer a quick fix. These include spray or electric shock collars, compressed air sprays, rattle cans and other devices, whose main function is to startle, scare, cause pain or discomfort to a barking dog in an effort to teach him that barking brings unpleasant consequences.

Territorial/Protective/Alarm/Fear: Because this type of barking is often motivated by fear or a perceived threat to their territory or people, it can be lessened by limiting what your dog sees. If he’s in a fenced yard, use solid wood instead of chain fencing. Indoors, limit access to windows doors or cover them with an opaque film.

Giving Warning: Dogs bark to warn their pack of danger and to keep intruders away. Most creatures will think twice before approaching a dog that comes running up making loud barking noises. In nature, the bigger the sound, the better.

That constant barking that you hear might be due to boredom or simply the need to interact with people and other animals. A solution for that barking problem may be as simple as dropping the pet at a dog daycare centre. You can do this around 3 days per week.

I realize that shock collars can work to correct a barking issue. However, they’re a negative Band-Aid people employ instead of training their dog. It’s much better for both parties to address the underlying causes of the barking instead of shocking them for unwanted behavior.

We rescued a lab and we’re told she was locked up in a chicken coop and neglected Over the past few years she has been great except for one continuing problem. When she sees other dogs, especially in the car, she barks ferociously and at times claws at the window. Over time we have learned that although she appears agressive, she actually is just wanting to get to the to see them. She does the same thing to a lesser degree outside and as soon as she meets the dog she is fine and never agressive. My thought is it stems from the past neglect and yearning for attention Any thoughts on how to address this, especially in the car?? Thanks

Ultrasonic bark deterrent devices work by emitting an ultrasonic sound that dogs find unpleasant, which startles them out of barking. Reviews of ultrasonic anti-bark devices are mixed; some dogs don’t respond to them, and others are too sensitive for what is essentially a correction. But for some dogs, these are very effective.

I recently adopted a 5 year old beagle. Sometimes she pulls, but other times she just stops and refuses to move. This dog never plays. ignores the ball, tug rope and toys I have purchased for her. I use the chest harness for her but sometimes she tries to get out of it by backing up. She has succeeded a couple of time. I have tried all the options mentioned in the blog. Some days I can get her to walk nicely but other days she is very obstinate.

But first the good news. If your dog continues to keep you up at night, even after you have tried every humane method to calm it down, you’re far from alone. As the owner of two Chihuahuas, the notoriously “yappy” dogs, I have been woken up many a night from a deep and restful sleep for no good reason at all. In fact, Chihuahuas were named by the Houston Chronicle as one of the loudest dog breeds — along with breeds like beagles, huskies, dachshunds, terriers and basset hounds. How to stop a dog from barking

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Try bark deterrents. Bark deterrents like anti-bark collars are very unpleasant for dogs, and should only be used as a last resort when no other method has worked. Some people oppose bark collars because of the perception that these bark deterrents are punishment devices. Training works much better than punishment devices, and training will of course provide the best long-term solutions to behavioral problems, but if training hasn’t worked for your dog and your landlord has threatened eviction or police intervention, you may need to resort to a bark collar.[78]

A humane alternative to shock collars of yore, the citronella spray bark collar uses a burst of citronella spray to eliminate or reduce excessive barking. Dogs don’t like the taste of citronella, and the “shhh” sound and sensation startles them out of barking.

Consider alternative arrangements. If your dog absolutely will not calm down in spite of training, or if your landlord or neighbors have expressed impatience with your dog’s need for training, you may need to consider alternative arrangements.[39]

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Once your dog is reliably going to his spot, vary where you are when you send him there. Practice asking him to go to his spot from many different angles and distances. For example, say “Go to your spot” when you’re standing a few steps to the left of it. After a few repetitions, move a few steps to the right of the spot and say, “Go to your spot” from that position. Then move to another area in the room, then another, etc. Eventually, practice standing by the front door and asking your dog to go to his spot, just as you might when visitors arrive.

If you train your dog to “speak” on command, then you can then teach him “quiet.” Next time your dog barks, say “speak” while he’s doing so. Once he’s mastered this, ask him to speak when he’s not distracted then say “quiet” and hold a treat near his nose. When he stops to sniff the treat, praise him. Master this in quiet atmospheres, then try in more distracted environments such as after he’s barked when someone comes to the door.

If your dog is barking, do not yell at her, or pet her, or give her what she wants. Do not even look at her. The best strategy is to distract yourself, like reading a book or newspaper, until your dog calms down or tires herself out.[6]

I am requesting that the NO-PULL harness be available in an Extra-Small size. I have a 9 pound Deer-type Chihuahua that needs one. I am a small framed older lady (73) that walks my VERY athletic 3 year old Chi 2x a day. She is a fabulous dog in every way except for this one hazardous situation of impulsive strong sudden pulling and even sometimes crossing in front of me. Since she already wears a harness to prevent tracheal collapse I am hoping you might consider this request. Her harness/chest size is 15″ of 1/4 inch nylon + a small 1″ snap closure = 16″ maximum total.

As already mentioned, dogs are easily distracted. It is normal for them to hear sounds outside and start barking. What is interesting and is rarely understood is that the dog can hear sounds that you do not because of how well the sense is developed in these animals. In the event that you live in a small apartment, the dog hearing something outside is something that is quite common. Combine this with the fact that he might not have enough space to play and it is a certainty that he will start barking.

Basically, the point is to redirect their focus away from barking to an activity that you can reward. You can also redirect them to a toy or a game of fetch. After all, it’s tough to bark when engaged in a fun tug session.

It is vital that you determine why your dog barks in the first place, and if barking mostly occurs when your dog is left alone, a behaviour consultation with a qualified pet behaviour counsellor will likely be necessary to address this problem. Similarly, if your dog barks at people or dogs when out and about, or at visitors coming to the home, a simple tip is unlikely make a difference and a comprehensive assessment will be needed to help improve your dog’s behaviour.

Is your dog barking over and over again at the same object, person, situation, or place? Then you need to step up and claim that stimulus as your own. Use your body, your mind, and your calm-assertive energy to create an invisible wall that your dog is not allowed to cross. Do it with 100% dedication and focus, and the results may surprise you.

I sorta feel like I caused this because when I was getting them used to the lead when they were puppies I always gave them lots of praises and made the experience seem like loads of fun. If I take one away to work with him alone the other kicks off with a mix of howling/barking which I believe is separation anxiety.

Continue to recruit people to help you practice “Go to Your Spot” exercises until your dog reliably goes to his spot and stays there until you release him by saying “Okay.” At this point, your dog should be able to perform his new “Go to Your Spot” skill perfectly about 90 percent of the time during training sessions. The hardest part for your dog will be going to his spot and staying there in real-life situations, when he hasn’t been able to do a few warm-up repetitions. To prepare your dog for times when real visitors arrive, ask friends who already know your dog well to drop by randomly when you’ll be home. Then ask friends who don’t know your dog well to drop by. With plenty of practice, your dog will be able to go to his spot and stay there, even when neither of you knows who’s at the door!

Then one day you decided not to get up and ignore the barking thinking this would nip the behavior in the bud. It did not work, your dog very likely barked even more than before. Why is this? It is because of the process of ”extinction burst”. Basically, your dog is thinking ”My owners this morning are not getting up as usual. I need to INCREASE, my barking in intensity and duration so they get up since just barking a little is not working”. She therefore barked more and perhaps you or somebody else in your family finally tired of hearing her, finally got up.

When your dog can consistently stay on his spot for at least 30 seconds, with you standing in front of him, you can moving toward the door. Say the cue “Go to your spot,” walk with your dog to his spot, ask him to sit or lie down and ask him to stay. At first, just turn your head away from your dog. Then turn back to give him a treat and release him from the stay. After a few repetitions, make things a little harder. After your dog is sitting or lying down on his spot, ask him to stay and then take one step toward the door. Return immediately, give your dog a treat and then release him from the stay with your release word or phrase. Gradually increase the number of steps that you take away from your dog and toward the door. Eventually you’ll be able to walk all the way to the door and back while your dog stays sitting or lying down on his spot. (Don’t forget to keep rewarding him for staying!) If your dog stands up or leaves his spot before you release him from the stay, say “Oops!” the moment he gets up. Then immediately tell him to sit or lie down on his spot again and stay. Wait a few seconds and then release him. You may have progressed too fast. Next time, make the exercise a little easier so your dog can succeed. Ask him to stay for a shorter period of time and don’t move as far away from him. When he’s successful at an easier level, you can gradually make the exercise harder again. Never end your dog’s stay from a distance. Instead, always return to him, say “Yes,” give him a treat, and then say “Okay” to release him.

I didn’t have much problem with barking at all until the trainer suggested I teach him to speak and then be quiet… Well he the first part is easy, the second part is selective at best. Basically it gave him a new hobby and me a new problem.

Even since spring came by and I started working outside, he barks constantly. He barks when he’s outside, when he’s in the house, when I’m asleep. At first I thought that’s because he wasn’t getting enough attention but even when I play with him he barks. I can’t do anything without him constantly driving me insane.

Inside your home you can simply close your blinds or install a removable plastic film that makes windows opaque to obscure your dog’s view. Be sure to place the window film a few inches above your dog’s line of sight. You can also buy a spray-on glass coating.

Your first step is to gently inform your neighbor that her dog is barking excessively, and when. This is best done during the day, not with an irate phonecall when the dog wakes you up at two o’clock in the morning again. Assume she’s not aware of it, or at least not aware it’s disturbing to her neighbors.

Dogs are social animals who like to live in family groups and it is common for them to become upset when they are left on their own for longer than they feel comfortable with. This is called ‘separation anxiety’ and we have lots of information about this here.

What you’ve just done is checked out the danger (even if it was just a bird in a tree) and calmly communicated to them using your body language, the tone of your voice and your energy that there’s no need to worry. If they continue barking after you’ve done this then you can very calmly pop them into time out for a couple of minutes.

Eventually, when real visitors come to your home, you can ask your dog to go to his spot as soon as they knock or ring the doorbell. After letting your guests in, ask them to sit down. Wait about one minute before releasing your dog from his spot to greet them. Put your dog on a leash if you think he might jump on your guests or behave aggressively. After a minute or two of allowing your dog to greet people, ask him to lie down at your feet and stay. Give him something to keep him busy, such as a rawhide or a puzzle toy stuffed with something really tasty, like low-fat cream cheese, spray cheese or low-fat peanut butter, frozen banana and cottage cheese, or canned dog food and kibble. After your dog finishes with the rawhide or the KONG, he’ll probably go to sleep. If you repeat the ritual above for a while, your dog should learn to settle down calmly when guests visit your home.

Dogs can bark if they’re being territorial and sense that you’re moving in on their turf. If you find that your neighbor’s dog barks every time you go into your yard or get close to the neighbor’s property, it’s probably being territorial. A good solution for this kind of barking is to block the dog’s view with a fence, some kind of screen, or some privacy bushes and trees. If the dog can’t see you, it is less likely to think of you as a threat.

When you brought this dog into your life, you made a commitment to provide the care he needs. Prevent dog barking, and other dog behavior problems by calling in a canine professional to help him cope with a behavior issue.

Be very stern with your dog and jerk it away. Keep doors or curtains closed around the time the enemy dog walks by. Consider talking to the enemy dog’s owner to see if they can change their walking route.

We rescued a lab and we’re told she was locked up in a chicken coop and neglected Over the past few years she has been great except for one continuing problem. When she sees other dogs, especially in the car, she barks ferociously and at times claws at the window. Over time we have learned that although she appears agressive, she actually is just wanting to get to the to see them. She does the same thing to a lesser degree outside and as soon as she meets the dog she is fine and never agressive. My thought is it stems from the past neglect and yearning for attention Any thoughts on how to address this, especially in the car?? Thanks

“Often, a dog’s bark means he’s bored or frustrated, and he wants us to fix it,” she says. “In situations where you’re not sure what the cause of the barking is, it’s fair to assume your dog would like to interact with you.”

When your dog can consistently stay in a sit or a down on his spot for 30 seconds, while you turn away and walk to your front door, you can start to introduce some distractions. Tell your dog to stay, and then do something distracting. At first make your distractions mild. For example, start by bending down or doing a single jumping jack. Over many sessions of training, gradually intensify your distractions to things like running a few steps or tossing a treat on the floor. Reward your dog quickly after each distraction for holding the stay. If he breaks the stay, quickly say “Uh-uh,” ask him to sit or lie down on his spot, and try again. When your dog can stay while you do all sorts of distracting things, ask him to stay while you go to the front door of your home and pretend to greet someone there. Your goal is for him to learn to stay the entire time you’re at the door.

She thanks them, and you can do this to stop your dog barking! When she hears them barking outside, she calmly walks outside and says, “Tak”. N.B. This is Danish for “Thank you”; she is not telling them to attack! This might sound like a crazy way to solve barking, but bear with me; it will all make sense very shortly.

Stress-reducing collar – This is similar to the diffusers discussed earlier. Stress-reducing collars are loaded with soothing pheromones that will help stressed dogs calm down and reduce anxious barking.

Dogs also bark if they are anxious, so medications can be used in the short-term to help your dog learn some coping skills. They need not be permanent. While there are some excellent dog trainers, there is little regulation in the industry, so skills and methods can vary. Ask your veterinarian to recommend someone if they can’t help. How to stop a dog from barking