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33 -33 – fleste Byer paa Als. Byens Mænd og Koner kom om Eftermiddagen sammen i en af Bøndergaardene, hvor de holdt et lille Gilde. først fik man Kaffe; længere hen paa Eftermiddagen beværtedes de med Steg eller med Skinke og Langkaal. Om Aftenen fik de sig en lille Svingom. Dette Gilde er bl. a. tidligere blevet holdt i Elstrup og de andre Byer i Egen Sogn, i lf azenbiærz og i Lavensby : men i nyere. Tid har det endnu holdt sig i Brandstel, Elsmark, Lunden, Himmark, Svenstrup og Torup. I Vibøge, Skovby og Lvsabild er der ned til vor Tid holdt Gilde den 15de Juni; det kaldes der Fittesdans. – Til den 15de Juni skulde i gammel Tid Bindingsværket i alle Huse være malet og Tiørnehækkene klippet. Dagen før Vitusdag sendtes der en Mand ud fra hvert Boel for at hjælpe med at gøre Bygaden i Stand. Om Formiddagen den 15. Juni blev der kørt Grus paa Gaden, og Bønderne selv spredte og jævnede Gruset. Naar de var færdige med det, spiste de kogt Skinke med Brød i Gildesgaarden, og efter at have taget sig en Middagslur mødte de saa med Kone, Karle og Piger til Flttesgilde. – Enkelte Steder benyttes nu Navnet Fittesgilde om et fælles Høstgilde, der holdes naar Afgrøden er kommet i Lade; her har man altsaa glemt, at fittesgilde havde Navnet fra Vitus Dag. d. Mortensøl. Mattensdav (Mortensdag, den lode November) blev der ikke alle Steder husket synderlig paa ; men der var flere Steder, de havde Gilde, i Kroen og fik sig em god Gaasesteg, og ved den Lejlighed blev de Penge drukken op, som var brøt (bødet), naar de ikke møt te Mue (mødte til Møde [Bystævne]). Nogle Steder var det Skik, at de skulde gi Bro (give Bøde), naar de ikke mødte et Par fra hvert Hus at følge Lig hen; saadanne Penge vidste de ikke at gøre Brug af paa anden Maade end at drikke dem, op. Hvert Aar ved Mortensdags-Tid blev der sine Steder af Kaadnerne betalt en Afgift til Bønderne af det Land, som ved Udskiftningen var udlagt af Bøndernes Jord til Kaadnerne. Der blev da bestemt en Aften, da Kaadnerne skulde betale deres Afgift til Synsmanden, senere Kommuneforstanderen. 3

204 faldt ud, var der et stort Hul; slige Køer, som havde havt»pest«var ikke let sælgelige. Nu til Dags hører man ikke til»pest«hverken ved Køer eller Svin. Det var nok den største fejl, at de blev for daarligt fodrede. Kunde en Ko»it kom aaw mæ e Skarn«(Efterbyrden), havde man noget, man stiltiende skulde give den. Naar en Ko var syg, sendte man tit Bud efter en klog Mand; det skete da, at hap lod en Sten grave op, og saa lagde han f. Eks. en Hundehvalp ned i Hullet, og derpaa lagde han Stenen ovenpaa. Det skulde hjælpe for Sygdommen. Naar Folk vilde afværge en stor Fare eller Ulykke, eller hvis de meget stærkt attraaede noget, kunde de opnaa deres Ønske ved at foretage visse Handlinger, der var som et Tegn paa det, de vilde opnaa, og disse Handlinger maatte tit udføres stiltiende; – eller de kunde fremsige bestemte Remser eller Vers, der fremkaldte et Billede af deres Formaal eller en Lighed med deres Ønsker, – og saa opiyldtes det ogsaa. Til en vis Grad kunde ethvert Menneske udøve den Slags Tryllegerning. Men der var nogle, der var særlig kyndige i den Retning, – ikke mindst boglærde Folk som Præster og Degne, og Smede var lige ved at komme paa Højde med dem. Men der var ogsaa folk, der ligesom af Naturen havde særlige Evner i den Retning, og som virkede som kloge Mænd og Koner. Og endelig var der ondskabsfulde Hekse og Heksemestre der ved uhyggelige Handlinger, f. Eks. Forskrivning til den Onde, var blevet indviet til deres sorte Kunster. Naar en Mand vilde vinde en Kvindes Kærlighed, men hun ikke vilde vide af ham at sige, kunde han bære sig ad paa følgende Maade :1 han fangede en Løvfrø og puttede. den Ievende ned i en Myretue; men han maatte hurtigt fjerne sig, for hvis han hørte frøen skrige, blev han døv alle Dage. Naar saa frøens Kød var afgnavet, tog Manden Benene og saa at faa dem haget fast bag i Kvindens Kjole, – saa skulde hun nok»hænge ved«. Hven det blev saaet Guds Vejr, te di var bange for, te e Vand det skulde blive højt og gaa øver, saa var di ude at ride for e Vand, de red langs Stranden, og de mente, at saa vilde Højvandet standse.

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Nogle dyr – for eksempel hunde – er tilpasset til at leve i en flok. Der er dog både fordele og ulemper ved at leve i en flok. Blandt fordelene er, at dyrene har lettere ved at beskytte sig mod fjender, samt at de kan samarbejde om nedlæggelse af store byttedyr. En af ulemperne ved at leve i en flok er, at dyrene må konkurrere med flokmedlemmer om ressourcer. Men for at udnytte fordelene ved at leve i en flok, må flokkens medlemmer indrette sig efter hinanden, så de for eksempel sover, hviler sig eller jager på samme tid. Desuden skal flokkens indbyrdes stridigheder holdes på et minimum ved, at der er et afklaret forhold mellem flokkens medlemmer.

Lad os tage udgangspunkt i den gøen, som kommer højt og hurtigt, når hunden reagerer på noget, han ser eller hører. Normalt vil en hund skynde sig hen til døren eller vinduet, hvor lyden kommer fra. Men hvorfor gør den? Er territorial adfærd, eller er den aggressiv? Måske. Det vil helt sikkert afhænge af, hvor intenst din hund gør, og hvordan han reagerer på de besøgende. En hund kan være frustreret fordi hun ikke kan hilse på de mennesker eller hunde, hun hører eller ser. Hyrdehunde vil gerne hyrde de cyklende eller børn, der går forbi, og nogen hunde laver simpelthen bare en masse støj, når de bliver forskrækkede.

»Og hvis du er nabo til en hund, der gør meget, er det forståeligt nok, at du er træt af det. Og det kan være svært at løse. Man skal bare huske på, at hunden ikke gør for at genere nogen – ligesom børn ikke larmer for at genere nogen, når de leger. Men derfor kan det jo også godt være forstyrrende,« siger hun. »Nogle hunde gør ganske enkelt, fordi de er en gøende race, der er avlet til at holde vagt og advisere det via gøen.

281 Og naar du haver hind Ville faat, saa maa hun endda gør hvilket hun vil. 13. Kanst du hind ej faa, saa maat du hind mist, de feieste [fejres te, favreste] Blomster er af hind rist [rystet]«. 14.»Nu har I mig saa længe lærd, og vil I nu vorde mit Hjærtens-kær?«15.»Vild jeg have vorden dit Hærtenskær, da havde jeg dig ikke saa længe lærd, – Der havde jeg Lyst og Legen til – da havde jeg dig ikke saa længe lærd. – Der havde jeg Lyst og Legen til«. En ny Vise (Nvaarsvise). I. Velkommen Nytaar, velkommen her, o, velkommen Herrens Aar, o velkommen her med Korn og med Kærne; thi takke vi Gud saa gerne. 2. med flæsk og med Bøste, med godt Korn at høste, 3. med Gresel og med Rage [Redskaber til Bagning], med store Ost og Kage, 4. med Grise og med Gaase, med fede Kør i Baase, 5. Med Rug og med Malte, med store, fede Galte, 6. med Havre og med Hvede, med store Øksen og fede, 7. med Høne og med Hane, med godt Øl i vor Kande, 8. med Æbler og med Blommer, med Nødder i vor Lommer! 9. Velkommen Nytaar, velkommer her, o, velkommen Herrens Aar, o, velkommen her! Her ligger i vore Gaarde store Knuder og haarde. 10. Hvi ligge de her saa længe? For vi har lade Drenge!

Honestly it’s only been 24 hours and my house is quieter than its been since I brought teddy home that beautiful August day. Thankyou for saving my sanity and my relationship with my dog. I am eternally grateful.

Hvad er en hund så? Den er et individ som har rigtig mange lighedspunkter med mennesket, men med et helt andet sprog og med en tankegang der svarer til et barns. Dens måde at være på formes til dels af dens gener, altså hvilken race det er, samt dens erfaringer i livet. Din hund bliver det du gør den til.

113 menkornster, der havde Tilknytning til Byfællesskabet, f. Eks. Kvndeimisseel, Fittesgilde og Mortensel. Men desuden var der Aarets store It eitider med deres Gilder. Og endelig var der de største Gilder, dem der var knyttede til Livets vigtigste Begivenheder: fødsel, Bryllup og Død. Naar Juletiden nærmede sig, var der en og anden, der gik omkring med en Stierne af Lærred eller Papir, som var sat paa en Stang, og hvori der var anbragt et tændt Talg lys, Naar da Stiernemanden ved Aftenstid traadte ind i Stuen med Stjernestangen i den ene Ilaand, medens han drejede Stjernen rundt med den anden, kunde lian nok skaffe sig Ørenlyd, især blandt Børnene, naar han sang: Godaften, Godaften! baade Mand og Kvinde, flusbonde med alt sit Husgesinde! Nu vil jeg Eder en Vise kvæde, som kommer al Verden til Trøst og Glæde. Kristus blev født i Bethlehems Stad. De Helligtrekonger baade lystig og glad fra Susan, den Stad i Persiens Land, de rejste og droge med Heste og Mand. En Stjerne dem viste til Jødeland og til al Verdens frelsermand. De fandt den Herre, baade dejlig og bold, for Okse og Asen udi en Stold (Stald). De faldt da ned paa deres Knæ, da de fik dette Barn at se. Røgelse, Myrra og røden Guld de ofred den Herre saa frydefuld. Naar Stjernemanden nu havde faaet sin Gave, takkede han derfor saaledes: Nu har jeg faaet Eders Skænk og Gave; Stor Ære og Tak skal I nu have. Ret nu jeg gaar ad Døren ud; det Hus bevar, o Herre Gud! Kan jeg ikke takke, som det sig bør, saa maa Gud lønne, som han det gør. 8

175 Saa so hun te e Eld :, 175 -»Eld, vil do Kiæp brænd? Kiæp vil it Hund slaa, Hund vil it Kid bie, Kid vil it hjem gaa, sælle Met kaand ingen Nare faa«.»nej«, so e Eld. Saa so hun te e Vand:»Vand, vil do Eld sløk (slukke)? Eld vil it Kiæp brænd, Kiæp vil it Hund slaa, Hund vil it Kid bie, Kid vil it hjem gaa, sælle Met kaand ingen Nare iaa«.»nej«, so e Vand. Saa so hun te e Ovs (Oksen):»Ovs, vil do Vand drik? Vand vil it Eld sløk, Eld vil it Kiæp brænd, Kjæp vil it Hund slaa, Hund vil it Kid bie, Kid vil it hjem gaa, sælle Met kaand ingen Nare faa«.»nej«, so e Ovs. Saa so hun te e R.eef:»Reef, vil do Ovs bind? Ovs vil it Vand drik, Vand vil it Eld sløk, Eld vil it Kiæp brænd, Kiæo vil it Hund slaa, Hund vil it Kid bie, Kid vil it hjem gaa, sælle Met kaand ingen Nare iaa«.»nej«, so e Reef. Saa so hun te e Mus:»Mus, vil do Reef skæe? Reef vil it Ovs bind, Ovs vil it Vand drik, Vand vil it Eld sløk,

Bark Control

“stop dog from barking neighbors dog barking all the time”

Don’t bark back. Talk to your puppy with your tone of voice and body language — not just the words—to make sure he doesn’t misunderstand. Barking is also a joyful expression. Use a calm voice, or else yelling can make him think you’re joining the chorus, and he barks even louder.

Don’t use a muzzle or HusherTM as a substitute for training, or while you are absent. Your dog regulates his temperature through the mouth by panting and muzzles prevent your dog from doing this as well as drinking water and eating.

Meet Beck. He is my first failed foster dog. Beck officially joined our family in March. Guess what? The damn dog didn’t bark the entire 6 weeks he was in  foster care with me. It is true what they say about rescue dog’s honeymoon periods.

Most people try this but they make a crucial mistake. They yell at the dog or simply use a tone of voice that is really bad. The main thing to remember here is that you want to show the dog that what he is doing is wrong. You do not do this by shouting. In fact, when the dog hears you shout, he might become even more impatient and may end up barking even louder.

Each type of barking serves a distinct function for a dog, and if he’s repeatedly rewarded for his barking—in other words, if it gets him what he wants—he can learn to use barking to his benefit. For example, dogs who successfully bark for attention often go on to bark for other things, like food, play and walks. For this reason, it’s important to train your dog to be quiet on cue so that you can stop his attention-related barking and teach him to do another behavior instead—like sit or down—to get what he wants.

At the “more” end of the continuum, the scent hounds are programmed to give voice to announce the presence of their quarry. Thus Beagles, Coonhounds, Foxhounds, and others in this group are quite vocal – although they do tend to bay rather than yap. Most of the herding breeds are easily incited to bark. Skilled at telling a recalcitrant sheep or cow to back off, these Type-A workaholic dogs also delight in playing the role of noisy fun police. Many of the toy breeds also have a well-deserved reputation for barkiness as do the terriers.

Anxiety: Anxious barking often seems to be an act of self-soothing for many dogs. It is often high-pitched and sometimes accompanied by whining. This type of barking is common for dogs with separation anxiety.

My dog jj barks and howls all the time he is a outside dog he has toys and bones and when I do go outside he stopes but he barks at like 3am and won’t stop I can’t bring him inside tho and he has a huge dog box and gets tons of walks idk what else to do to stop his barking my mom said she’s going to start shooting him with pellet guns plz help

Territorial behavior is often motivated by both fear and anticipation of a perceived threat. Because defending territory is such a high priority to them, many dogs are highly motivated to bark when they detect the approach of unknown people or animals near familiar places, like their homes and yards. This high level of motivation means that when barking territorially, your dog might ignore unpleasant or punishing responses from you, such as scolding or yelling. Even if the barking itself is suppressed by punishment, your dog’s motivation to guard his territory will remain strong, and he might attempt to control his territory in another way, such as biting without warning.

You may want to share your findings with your neighbor to give him or her one last chance to change before you call the authorities. If you’re pretty sure it won’t work, move straight to the next step.

On walks, teach your dog that he can walk calmly past people and dogs without meeting them. To do this, distract your dog 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. 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.

Remember, to a dog barking is often an escalation of other forms of communication. Therefore, just like you don’t want to reward a puppy for barking to get your attention, you also don’t want to reward them for lesser forms of negative noises like whining or growling.

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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.

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 🙂 How to stop a dog from barking

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Du ser det samme mønster hos små børn; små børn som løber rundt hele tiden og slet ikke kan sidde stille – de er hyperaktive, stressede eller overtrætte. Den opførsel er helt uskadelig hvis det kun sker en gang imellem. Sker det hele tiden og mange gange om dagen, så er det ikke tegn på at hunden er glad (eller barnet for den sags skyld), så er det tværtimod et tegn på at hunden er meget meget stresset.

Hvis Cujo hilser overstrømmende, netop fordi Cujo selv er lidt utryg og derfor viser større hvalpeadfærd – så er det jo heller ikke en positiv oplevelse, at blive skubbet, der fjerner eventuelt utryghed

Pels & fældning hos hunde og katteLangt de fleste hunde og katte fælder, og det gør mange af dem mere eller mindre hele året rundt. Det ved den eller de personer i husstanden, som har ansvaret for at støvsuge alt om! Fældning hos hund…

203 Hud fast ved fingeren; han var ved Konen, og hun bandt Saaret godt sammen og lagde et Talgplaster paa, og Stykket groede fast i ganske kort Tid. Af Dyrlæger var der kun faa. Hjemmeboende Mænd, som havde en Dvrlægebog, blev søgt af Befolkningen næsten i alle Tilfælde. – Der kom hvert Aar en Hesteskærer, og til ham søgte alle med deres Hingstplage og fik dem kastreret; han udbødede ogsaa Svin; Moderen blev udtaget,. og saa blev Svinene ikke mere vrai, de fik ikke mere Parrelyst. for Krop og Kværk brugtes meget at dampe Hesten; der blev kogt noget Byg, som kom i en lille Pose; den blev trukket op over Hestens Mule, og den stod da med det varme Omslag en Tid lang; saa blev der ogsaa bundet et vaadt Omslag om Halsen, og det hjalp i Regelen godt. – Naar der var Vanskelighed ved Kælvning, blev der ogsaa sendt Bud efter en af de hjemmelærte Dyrlæger eller efter en Nabo, som havde været med ved sligt før. Jeg selv, har ofte været med ved disse Tilfælde. Naar Koen skød»moderen«ud, blev der ogsaa sjælden hentet Dyrlæge. Det var et slemt Stykke Arbejde at bringe det i Orden igen; men i Regelen gik det godt. for at forebygge, at den igen kunde skyde ud, brugtes saa en Art Sele; men var det slemt, blev der syet; med en Naal syede man nogle Sting ved Siden af Moderskeden, hvor der blev dannet nogle Løkker, og saa blev der med Hvsing (Sejlgarn) trukket et Net for; naar det blev gjort godt, var der ikke mere fare for, at Koen kunde skyde»moderen«ud. Naar faarene om Sommeren blev skidne ved Bagen, var det første Raad at skære et lille Stykke af Øret; det blev jo en Art Aareladning : hjalp det ikke, fik de et Stykke flæsk: for»pest«fik Svinene trukket en Pestrod i Øret; Pestrod var en lille tynd Rod af en Plante, som dengang fandtes næsten i hver Have, og saa blev der skaaren et Stykke af Halen, saa Blodet kom til at løbe. Ogsaa ved Køer blev det brugt»at trække Pestrod i«. Det blev gjort i det tynde Stykke Hud, som hænger ned fra Brystet mellem forbenene. Det kunde hovne op som et stort Brød, og naar saa Pestroden

http://gitteasmann.dk/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/lea-nor-350×240-1.jpg 240 350 Gitte Asmann http://gitteasmann.dk/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/gittenylogo-1030×627.gif Gitte Asmann2017-06-22 05:17:062017-06-22 14:25:19En simpel metode, der virker hver gang. Af gæsteblogger Lea Nor

Et problem kan være når hunden er i haven alene. Til en start har den måske gøet når nogen bevægede sig langs hækken eller hegnet. Det kan være pga. utryghed den starter. Den oplever så at folk forsvinder, så der skal ikke mange gange til før her er skabt succes, og en hund som ser det som sin fornemste opgave at holde matriklen fri for uvedkommende. Gøen intensiveres, og succesen vil ingen ende tage.

Som med al anden træning gælder det om, at markere og belønne ønsket adfærd og forebygge, ignorere, aflede – eller indlære en alternativ adfærd, når hunden har en uønsket adfærd. Aldrig irettesætte eller bruge andre typer ubehag, det skaber stress og ødelægger tilliden.

Hundens signaler er vigtige at kunne identificere og genkende hos din egen og andre hunde, både for at opnå bedre forståelse for, hvordan din hund har det, og for at passe godt på din hund, i situationer der presser den.

Nogle hunde stresser utroligt højt op, når gæster ringer eller banker på døren. Nogle hunde gør, bare du taber en hat og andre, når et blad daler ned fra træet 50 meter væk. Gøen er karakteristisk for hunde på samme måde, som de logrer med halen eller graver et ben ned i haven. Det ville være intetsigende og inhumant at forsøge at stoppe din hund i at gø overhovedet. En del gøen er trods alt ekstremt anvendeligt. Min hund er yderst effektiv, når det banker på døren og er derfor meget mere troværdig end det bedste alarmsystem. Målet er derfor at lære hunden normalt at forholde sig roligt og stille, men at lyde som den værste alarm, når fremmede invaderer din ejendom. Gøen kan løses til vores fordel ved management og træning: først, straks at reducere frekvensen af dens gøen, før vi alle bliver sindssyge; og dernæst lære hunden ”Vuf” og ”Schhh” på kommando.

DAP Adaptil indeholder en kunstig kopi af et feromon, som tæver naturligt udskiller, når de dier deres hvalpe efter fødslen. Dette feromon har en beroligende effekt på hunde og kan derfor bruges mod gøen. Erfaringsmæssigt er det desuden et af de mest effektive midler mod gøen. DAP Adaptil findes både som diffusor, spray og halsbånd:

Brug konsekvent kun ét klart ord, når du ønsker, at din hund skal stoppe med at gø – og ordet må ikke bruges i andre sammenhænge, idet dette vil forvirre hunden. Gode eksempler kan være: “stop”, “mund”, “nok”, “bøtte” – dårlige eksempler kan være: “hold kæft”, “hold mund”, “hold bøtte”, “stop nu med at gø”. I praksis bruges denne metode således (vi bruger ordet “stop” som eksempel): Når din hund gør, så sig “stop” med en rolig, men fast og bestemt, stemme. Vent indtil hunden stopper med at gø – også selvom det kun er for at trække vejret – ros og beløn den så med en godbid. Vær blot forsigtig med ikke at rose eller belønne hunden, mens den gør. Med tiden vil hunden lære, at hvis den stopper med at gø, når du siger “stop”, så får den ros og en godbid (og det kan alle hunde lide!).

Lad være med at bruge det som løsning. Og vi går vel egentlig også tur med hunden for hundens skyld og ikke for vores. Du risikerer også at ødelægge plads, hvis du går rundt og er sur hele tiden for at få hunden til at blive ved siden af benet. Plads skal være noget rart og aldrig forbundet med skæld ud og sure miner.

Det er en rigtig god idé (især hvis man bor i byen) at lære sin hund verbale signaler for at hhv. hilse på andre hunde og lade være. Så hvis din hund viser positiv interesse og gerne må hilse på den anden hund, siger man “hilse” og gør det. Er det en hund man er usikker på, som selv ikke vil hilse eller man bare vil gå forbi, siger man fx “kom, vi går videre”, fanger sin hunds opmærksomhed så han kigger på dig, og går en bue udenom – beløn imens! Hold hilsesituationer med fremmede hunde ultrakorte og positive (snus-snus og videre!), og lad først hundene lege når de kender hinanden.

The PetSafe Indoor Bark Control is a tabletop device that automatically stops your dog’s barking, giving you peace and quiet in your own home. Simply put it on a table or counter in the room where your dog barks the most. Whenever your dog barks, all pets within range will hear a 2-second ultrasonic tone. You can can set it to go off automatically every time your dog barks or manually press a button to make the tone sound. Your dog will learn to associate his barking with the unpleasant high-pitched sound that’s inaudible to most humans. Most dogs bark less within a few days. The device covers 25 feet, about the size of 1-2 rooms in a typical house. Add an extra unit for larger rooms or one unit for each room in your home. If your dog barks throughout your home, consider a bark collar instead. Ultrasonic bark correction is often the best bark control solution for many dogs. However, it will not work for all dogs because of factors like age, hearing ability, and temperament. When setting up the device, make sure there are no obstacles between the dog and the device. Also, make sure that the speaker is less than 10 feet high and is facing the direction of the barking dog. Uses high-frequency ultrasonic sound to disrupt nuisance barking- no bark collar needed. Table-top or hand-held use. Works on all dogs within hearing range. Range up to 25 feet. Sound sensor detects bark. Water-resistant. For indoor use only. Uses 1 9-volt alkaline battery (not included.) Average battery life is 6 months depending on how often the dog barks. Low-battery indicator. Measures 5” wide x 3” tall x 2 ¼” thick. Best use tips: Face the front of the device towards the dog. Make sure there aren’t any large objects between the device and the dog. The sound doesn’t travel well through fences, trees, or walls. Don’t use this bark control device on dogs who are deaf or hard of hearing. They won’t respond to the ultrasonic tone. Turn off the device when not in use. This helps prevent dogs from becoming desensitized to the sound. Add additional units to cover rooms larger than 25 feet. Don’t use this product outside your home. The ultrasonic sound will bounce differently outdoors. To improve battery life, turn unit off when not in use. If you’re not sure which bark control product to choose, contact our Customer Care team Monday through Saturday and we’ll gladly help you decide. No Bark Guarantee: Some dogs may not be responsive to ultrasonic correction. If this product is not meeting your needs, please contact PetSafe Brand. PetSafe brand has been an industry leading US manufacturer of pet behavior, containment and lifestyle products since 1991, helping millions of people and pets each year. Call, chat or email the PetSafe US-based customer care specialists six days a week.

At gø er en helt naturlig ting i en hunds adfærd, og du skal forvente, at hvalpen vokser op og bliver en hund, som gør. Det er urealistisk og uretfærdigt at tro, at du kan træne hunden til at lade være med at gø, men du, din familie og dine naboer vil være meget gladere, hvis du kan kontrollere det.

Nu er det desværre ikke noget, jeg har sat mig forfærdeligt meget ind i, og kan derfor ikke komme med nogle super guldkorn. Tænker måske om du kan hente hende ind hver gang hun begynder? Og lade hende komme ud med det samme hun er rolig igen osv? Eller måske aflede hende når der kommer ting, hun ville gø af? Men det kræver at du er enormt skarp og er derude med hende hele tiden i starten og indtil det sidder. Håber der er nogle, som kan hjælpe mere end jeg… Jeg brainstormer bare :hmm:

137 Paarørende; Ungdommens Mening kom da sædvanligt i anden Række. – Naar Skrædderen havde været paa Bordet i begge de interesserede Hjem, og hans Oplysninger var faldet ud til Parternes Tilfredshed, blev der gjort Skridt til, at de Unge kunde blive præsenteret for hinanden. En Sammenkomst i form af et Gæstebud blev iværksat. Det var først og fremmest forældre eller nærmeste Slægtninge paa begge Sider, der da førte Ordet; først blev der talt om ligegyldige Ting; men endelig skred man til Sagen, og var man paa begge Sider enige, begyndte man at forhandle om Medgift og andre praktiske forhold vedrørende Giftermaalet. Og de Unge gav da hinanden Haanden. Naar Forlovelsen saa var aftalt, var en god Belønning Skrædderen vis. – Der var dog som sagt ogsaa Tilfælde, hvor de Unge gjorde det første Skridt. Naar en Karl og en Pige paa egen Haand forlovede sig, kunde det jo foregaa paa mange forskellige Maader, saaledes skete Begyndelsen tit,»ven di va te Daans«: men naar de Unge var enige, maatte Forældrene spørges. Først maatte Brudgommens Forældre gives deres Tilladelse. Disse sendte saa de fleste Steder en Indbydelse til og hendes Forældre, at de skulde komme en bestemt Dag. Der blev da som sædvanlig drøftet en hel Del Betingelser og truffet Aftale om Medgift, Udstyr og deslige. – Hvis Brudgommen skulde have Pigens Fødegaard, stillede hendes Forældre ogsaa deres Betingelser. Saa kunde først den højtidelige forlovelse finde Sted, og de Unge kunde give hinanden e tlandtro d. e. f æstensgave. De forlovede fulgtes i Reglen til nærmeste Købstad for at købe Handtro hos en Guldsmed eller anden handlende. Brudgommen ( e Brøgom) gav Bruden ( e Brui) et Sølvæg (Hovedvandsæg), et Par Skospænder, et Sølvspænde til Kaabe eller Livbaand, en sølvbeslagen Salmebog o. lign. Og Bruden gav Brudgommen en Sølvurkæde med Urnøgle og Signet og mange Steder en sølvbeslagen Merskumspibe, som da blev Brudgommens trofaste Følge ved Brudebesøgene. Der blev ogsaa vekslet Forlovelsesringe. Det er en stor Ulykke at tabe sin Forlovelsesring saa den bliver borte; for saa vil de forlovede og senere Ægtefolkene snart skilles, eller

Jeg kan ikke se hvordan det skulle kunne være dyrplageri at lukke hunden ind i et rum for en kort stund hvis det er fordi den gør noget den ikke må. Hunde er forskellige og det er altså ikke alle hunde der reagerer på at man hæver stemmen eller bruger vand forstøver (vores gør i hvertfald ikke!) Og som der også er blevet nævnt gør man jo egentlig det samme når man vænner hunden til at være alene hjemme. Hvorfor skulle det så være forkert i en anden sammenhæng?

56 men i en Fart svandt alle vore Svin bort. Under Krigen gik Svineavlen ned til O; nu er den atter i god Gang. J mange Aar var Hønseholdet kun lille; man holdt kun de Høns, der var nødvendige for at der i Husholdningen kunde haves Æg, og der var ikke noget, der talte til Fordel for større Hønsehold. Ægpriserne var smaa, og

Bark Control

“dog keeps barking dog barking language”

Besides boredom and frustration, one of the major reasons dogs bark is territorial. To you, it’s just the mailman, but to your dog, it’s a vicious robber there to attack their master. You can’t stop receiving your mail, but there are lots of things you can do to desensitize your pet and make your home a haven away from negative external stimulus.

The bad news is that if you just can’t get your dog to shut up in the wee hours, you’re probably not the only person who has a problem with it. In a 2,000-person survey conducted on dog barking in New Zealand, 75 percent of the participants indicated that they would be bothered by a dog barking at night. Dog barking and howling ranked highest among all other forms of suburban noise pollution. A New York Times article on the same topic confirmed that a nonstop barking dog is one local disturbance that can pit neighbors against each other.

Tell your dog to stop barking using a look, a sound, or a physical correction. But don’t stop there. Your dog may pause and then go right back to what he was doing. His body relaxed, but his brain was still on alert. Be patient. Wait until your dog completely submits before you go back to what you were doing.

Have you become desperate to figure out how to get a dog to stop barking? It’s in a dog’s nature to bark. They enjoy barking, and they bark for many reasons. They will bark when they want something, when they are playing, when they are establishing their territory, when they are frightened, when they are annoyed, and when they are just saying “Hi!” Too much barking, however, can drive a dog’s family–and their neighbors–crazy!

Another way to get your dog to calm down is to get them focused on training instead of barking. You can teach them the place or come command to redirect them. Dogs have a harder time barking when lying down.

If your dog barks at any and every noise and sight regardless of the context, he’s probably alarm barking. Dogs engaged in alarm barking usually have stiffer body language than dogs barking to greet, and they often move or pounce forward an inch or two with each bark. Alarm barking is different than territorial barking in that a dog might alarm bark at sights or sounds in any location at all, not just when he’s defending familiar areas, such as your house, yard or car.

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.

You’ve probably never had a dog that has a penchant for barking. It is indescribably miserable, and it makes everyone around the dog miserable. We tried everything at first. Our dog is a terrier. He wants to chase and bark at every dog, squirrel, cat, or shadow that walks by our house. He sits in the window. Waits by the glass door. Goes outside and barks and chases. It’s clearly in his DNA. I can’t cover up every window or door in my house. He would be super miserable if we did.

Playfulness/Excitement: This type of barking is especially common in puppies and young dogs. Many dogs will bark while playing with people or other dogs. Even the sound of the bark to sound upbeat and possibly musical. Some dogs will bark excitedly when they know they are about to go for a walk or car ride.

If your dog most often barks territorially in your car, teach him to ride in a crate while in the car. Riding in a crate will restrict your dog’s view and reduce his motivation to bark. If crating your dog in your car isn’t feasible, try having your dog wear a head halter in the car instead. (Important note: For safety reasons, only let your dog wear the halter when you can supervise him.)

Our dog recently started using an LED collar and we both love it. I am currently training for a marathon and running at night by myself isn’t fun or the smartest thing to do. Having my little one with me makes me feel better and the light up collar helps a lot. I did a lot of research, but wasn’t too happy with the prices. I ended up finding a great deal on the Eternity LED Glow website. $15.00 only! Great quality at a fantastic price! Perfect for keeping my little one safe on our walks/runs. They’re so affordable I might end up getting all seven.

Some dog owners ‘debark’ their dogs but that is a very controversial method which does not address the underlying cause of the barking. It is a surgical procedure where the voice box is removed, leaving dogs with a raspy, instead of full, bark. There are complications and the operation can be life-threatening.

If your dog barks a lot when left and you are unable to resolve this by following our tips, you are likely to need help from a qualified dog behaviourist to address the problem. You can find one by contacting your vet, or on the Animal Behaviour and Training Council website.

With all of these different forms of barking there are a variety of approaches we can take to ensure the barking is for the right reason and we can prevent dog barking when the reason is no longer there. Much of this will come from the confidence the owner shows to his dog in being able to handle different situations. To gain this confidence the owner has to get to know his dog and the situations that create the barking. With this understanding, an owner can demonstrate calm, confident leadership and take control in the right way. The dog responds because he can trust the leader has taken charge. From the very beginning of our dog/owner partnership, we should be building a foundation that allows such trust and confidence. Remember that dog barking is one way the dog communicates to us, so we do not wish to prevent dog barking but we do wish to control barking as required. Learning to read your dog’s signals and means of communicating is incredibly important to your overall relationship.

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.

If your dog is barking due to stress, fear, or anxiety, consult with a qualified professional behavior counselor who uses positive modification methods, and try to manage your dog’s environment to minimize his exposure to stressors while you work on a program to counter-condition and desensitize him.

Meet Beck. He is my first failed foster dog. Beck officially joined our family in March. Guess what? The damn dog didn’t bark the entire 6 weeks he was in  foster care with me. It is true what they say about rescue dog’s honeymoon periods.

Talk to your neighbor. Many people jump straight to drastic measures instead of simply talking to the neighbor about their concerns. Unless you’re on bad terms with your neighbor, the best way to solve this problem is usually to just talk to him or her about it. You could casually approach your neighbor next time you see him or her outside, or write a note asking to set up a time to talk.[1]

NILF stands for nothing in life is free and should be a way of life for most dogs and definitely if you are having any issues with your dog. Basically the dog is on a work to earn program and has to do something to get stuff. You should be your dog’s benevolent leader. NILF will help you get there.

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! How to stop a dog from barking

“meilleur examen de contrôle d’écorce extérieure comment empêcher un chien d’aboyer et de pleurnicher quand vous partez”

Bonjour , j’ai eu un sptiz de 1 an et deux mois je l’ai eu il y a 6 jours , c’est un mâle et dès que je le sors en ville et qu’il voit d’autre chien il aboie , il est incontrôlable donc j’aimerai bien que vous me donniez des conseils s’il vous plait ? merci 🙂

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.

Une fois que vous avez appris à votre chien l’ordre « sage » dans un environnement calme, essayez de pratiquer dans des situations de plus en plus difficiles jusqu’à ce que votre chien puisse immédiatement cesser d’aboyer quand on lui demande et même lorsqu’un inconnu arrive à la porte.

La punition qui tombe du ciel : sans être trop loin de lui, jeter à proximité de votre chien une boite métallique remplie de cailloux ou une bouteille d’eau. Il ne doit pas vous voir. Le but est de créer chez lui un effet de surprise qui soit tellement important que l’aboiement s’arrêtera instantanément. Puis sautez sur l’occasion pour renforcer son silence en lui disant “chute”, “chute c’est bien”, et récompensez avec une friandise. Ne ramassez pas la boite devant lui, attendez qu’il soit occupé ailleurs pour la récupérer. Si vous êtes trop loin pour le féliciter, tant pis. Votre chien pensera qu’il a été puni par son environnement, l’effet recherché reste présent. Même si le bon comportement n’est pas renforcé, le mauvais lui est sanctionné.

Les punitions disproportionnées et les cris ne font pas non plus partie des attitudes recommandables lorsque le chien aboie trop, bien au contraire. Ces réactions peuvent, en effet, être perçues par l’animal comme des réponses systématiques à ses aboiements, qui sont souvent émis pour attirer l’attention de son propriétaire. Les ignorer est donc la meilleure chose à faire, tant que l’on est sûr qu’ils ne servent pas à signaler un danger ou un besoin vital.

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

joindre l’ordre au geste : les chiens vieillissent et avec l’âge certains perdent de l’audition. Plutôt que tout recommencer plus tard, anticiper et relier l’ordre au geste. En l’occurrence ici, l’index sur les deux lèvres fermées. Plus tard, vous n’aurez même plus besoin de parler à votre chien, ce simple geste suffira. Mais pensez quand même à alterner pour ne pas qu’il oublie.

Votre chien reçoit-il une promenade quotidienne? vous pouvez faire la promenade plus difficile avec une bicyclette, sac à dos, ou en marchant sur une pente, vous pouvez fournir plus de défis mentaux, tels que l’élevage, l’agilité de formation, ou de simples jeux d’obéissance, il y a beaucoup, de nombreuses façons d’augmenter les défis dans la vie de votre chien.

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Même si vous adorez les animaux, les aboiements incessants d’un chien irritent toujours. Bien qu’il existe des races plus enclines à aboyer que d’autres, le dressage et une discipline de tous les jours peut faire en sorte que votre chien apprenne à se comporter correctement et à aboyer uniquement lorsque la situation le justifie.

La solitude augmente aussi les chances que votre chien devienne un aboyeur. Il s’ennuie cherche à regarder dehors pour s’occuper. Essayer de ne pas laisser votre chien ou chiot trop longtemps seul. Titou était dehors toute la journée.

Parlez à votre voisin. Nombreuses sont les personnes qui prennent trop vite des mesures drastiques au lieu de simplement parler à leur voisin par rapport au problème. Généralement, la meilleure façon de régler ce problème est de simplement en discuter à votre voisin, à moins que vous ne soyez en de mauvais termes. Vous pourriez simplement aborder votre voisin la prochaine fois que vous le rencontrez à l’extérieur ou lui laisser un petit message lui demandant une rencontre.[1]

Quelle horreur de comparer des enfants à un chien ! Je conseille une visite chez le psychiatre ! Un chien ne doit pas aboyer inconsidérément. Si l’éducation ne suffit pas, les moyens techniques sont à employer. Un collier anti-a ne pose aucun problème de santé.

Bark Control

“contrôle du dendroctone de l’écorce comment empêcher un chien d’aboyer en quittant la maison”

Les chiens (des petits chiens) de mes voisins aboient et pleurent pendant 5 ou 6 heures quand les maitres s´absentent. Je n´en peux plus je leur ai dit déjà plusieurs fois mais rien ne se passe rien ne change. Je suis vraiment vriament sur les nerfs je n´en peux plus je suis obligée de fermer mes fenêtres les portes entre couloir et salon et malgré la télé je les entends pleurer ! Je ne sais plus quoi faire ?

Si votre chien est dehors, dans le jardin et qu’il aboie au moindre promeneur qui passe dans son champ de vision, ou qu’il est à l’intérieur de votre maison et qu’il aboie au moindre bruit anormal, comme un camion qui passe ou un visiteur qui frappe à la porte, c’est une réaction qui peut laisser paraître deux attitudes : la peur et / ou la défense du territoire.

Frustration: C’est un problème très important et le fait de laisser votre chien seul dans un environnement où il ne peut rien faire le frustre . Il a besoin d’explorer, d’avoir son propre espace et de faire sa vie tranquillement. Donnez-lui des jouets adaptés, des jeux d’intelligence, pratiquez avec lui des tours qui lui feront passer un bon moment, etc. Jouer avec des lumières laser qui ne parvient jamais à attraper , par exemple, est également source frustration.

Et à chaque fois qu’il tente d’intimider l’adversaire ( la branche qui a cogné dans la fenêtre, le facteur ) celui-ci finit par disparaître… ce qui le pousse à utiliser cette solution ( aboiements ) à nouveau à chaque fois que quelque chose lui fait peur.

Pour empêcher un chien d’entrer dans une frénésie d’aboiements chaque fois que vous rentrez à la maison ou que la sonnette sonne, vous devrez lui apprendre à réagir autrement. Une méthode efficace consiste à l’éloigner de la porte d’entrée et le faire attendre à cet endroit lorsque la porte s’ouvre. Il est préférable qu’il puisse voir la porte, sans être trop près pour autant.

Avant de contacter la police ou la mairie, essayez de parlementer avec vos voisins. Un chien aboie généralement lorsque son maître n’est pas là, et votre voisin n’est peut-être pas conscient de la gêne provoquée par son chien.

Faible socialisation: Même les chiens qui sont constamment accompagnés et divertis peuvent parfois aboyer sur des objets , des véhicules et des personnes. Pourquoi? Si votre chiot n’est pas socialisé correctement, il peut développer des craintes de certains stimuli (enfants, vélos, autres chiens…). Il est très important de résoudre ce problème avec un professionnel. Renseignez-vous bien.

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Si vous décidez tout de même de suivre cette méthode, n’utilisez le collier que dans la voiture et non pas au quotidien car là, vous risqueriez de sanctionner tous les aboiements de votre chien, ce qui n’est pas le but ! Vous serez sûrement bien content lorsque votre chien aboiera face à un intrus entré chez vous sans votre autorisation par exemple.

2/ Lui donner des produits calmants afin qu’il soit moins anxieux et plus réceptif à la rééducation. Attention, le traitement médical, qui ne peut être prescrit que par votre vétérinaire. Les médicaments vont aider le chien à suivre la rééducation comportementale mais ils ne sont en aucun cas la solution miracle.

Certains chiens aboient parce qu’ils tentent d’intimider un potentiel intrus, qu’ils souffrent d’anxiété de séparation, qu’ils sont tout simplement frustrés, etc. Pour venir à bout de ce problème de comportement, vous devrez appliquer des solutions qui traitent la cause ( et non les symptômes ) de ce qui déclenche ce comportement déplaisant.

Bark Control

“barking dog neighbor neighbors dog barking all the time”

Debarking or devocalization is a surgery performed under full anesthesia that removes all or part of a dog’s vocal cords. The dog can still make noise, but it’s more of a raspy, hoarse sound. Many animal rights and veterinary groups strongly discourage the practice.

If your dog barks a lot when left and you are unable to resolve this by following our tips, you are likely to need help from a qualified dog behaviourist to address the problem. You can find one by contacting your vet, or on the Animal Behaviour and Training Council website.

Most dogs will bark if there’s motion or sound — like a squirrel zipping across the lawn or a kid racing on his bike past the house. They might bark to warn off intruders at the door or other dogs that come too near the fence. Dogs might bark in excitement when you get out the leash to go for a walk or they might bark from stress when they have separation anxiety from being away from you. And some dogs just bark because they’re bored and don’t have anything else to do.

It is understandable that a dog barking all the time can be annoying and even distressing, but if this happens when you are at home and you know that your dog is barking at something outside, try thanking it instead of what you may have one before. You are letting your dog know that you are aware of the situation and (most importantly) you are calm. This is vital in encouraging a dog to calm down. If you get animated and/or annoyed, the dog feels your adrenalin level rise too. The thing it is barking at must be a problem in that case.

If your dog barks at things he sees out the window or front door, block the view. Close the blinds or curtains on the windows. If he can see out windows near the front door, Aga suggests covering them with darkening film you can buy from an auto parts store or even temporarily taping up some bubble wrap to block the view. If possible, confine the dog in a part of the house that doesn’t have windows or doors.

You might want to ask if anonymity is an option when you file the report. In some cases, this may not be an issue for you, especially if it’s plain-as-day that you’re the one pointing the finger thanks to previous attempts. However, if you have various upset neighbors, maintaining anonymity may be useful to prevent retaliation of any sort.

Patrick has been a long-time dog adopter and currently lives with his two dogs – Tarzan and Loki – in Brooklyn, NY. He is a certified dog trainer, writer on all things dogs, animal shelter volunteer, freelancer researcher of animal sciences and aspiring author.

When they bark, simply say something like “Thank You”, in a VERY gentle voice (rather like you would whisper in somebodies ear). Then if they continue with the barking, go and take a look out the window and again say “Thank You” again very softly, before walking away. (Now I know this may seem odd, BUT it makes total sense to your dog – I promise!)

Keeping pet waste off the ground is an important responsibility held by all pet owners. If not addressed, the presence of unattended to waste can quickly become a major point of conflict amongst neighbors. In fact, it happens to be the single-most talked about problem in homeowner association and community manager board meetings across the READ MORE>>

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.

Say “Go to your spot,” show your dog a and then throw the treat onto the spot where you’d like your dog to go. Repeat this sequence 10 to 20 times. By the tenth time, try pretending to throw the treat so that your dog begins to move toward the spot on his own. As soon as he’s standing on his spot or rug, throw him the treat. As your dog catches on, you can stop making the fake throwing motion with your arm and just give him the cue, “Go to your spot.” Then wait until he does and reward him.

The first step towards controlling excessive barking is to understand the specific reasons behind it. Even after you know the why, don’t expect to wave a magic wand and stop your dog from barking. Training your dog to bark less (you will never stop it altogether) is a time-consuming process. Also keep in mind that some breeds are more apt to bark than others and these could prove more difficult to train.

Eventually your dog will learn to be quiet on command without getting a treat. Even after you’ve reached this stage of training, however, you should still give your dog verbal praise when she stops barking.[52]

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What do you do when your pit mix has learned tricks and many other good things, but barks so loud and for so long at people it is beyond ridiculous. I think your advice is great; for some dogs. Others, like ours, are not playful barking. He is intimidating people although I don’t think he would ever bite. His bark is so loud in the house it startles us all the time I am worried he will cause a heart attack in my dad.

Fortunately, keeping a dog from barking is not that hard when you know what you need to do. Dog behaviorists and experts have successfully trained numerous chatty Cathies and the method is always the same: find out why is the dog barking in the first place and treat the cause behind the problem. If your dog is barking because their anxious or scared, you won’t approach the issue the same way you would if they were doing it out of boredom.

***** If your dog is barking to show fear of people or other dogs, by all means listen to them. Do not a extinguish a dog’s warning bark away or you may be left with a dog who bites and fights  seemingly without warning. ******

Gradually get your dog accustomed to whatever is causing him to bark. Start with the stimulus (the thing that makes him bark) at a distance. It must be far enough away that he doesn’t bark when he sees it. Feed him lots of good treats. Move the stimulus a little closer (perhaps as little as a few inches or a few feet to start) and feed treats. If the stimulus moves out of sight, stop giving your dog treats. You want your dog to learn that the appearance of the stimulus leads to good things (treats!).

If your dog barks at cats or birds in the garden, teach your pet a reliable recall that rewards them for turning away from the thing that triggers their vocalisation and coming to you instead. Because you have no control over this situation, you’ll need to apply a problem-solving method that gives you a way to manage it.

Try to look at things from the dog’s perspective when the dog is outside. See if there is anything outside in particular he is barking at, such as rabbits, squirrel, another dog, something else you think the dog might be barking at. Then think about whether there is a way to reduce this trigger.

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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.

Obsessive/Compulsive barking which is identified as excessive barking for no apparent reason or at things that wouldn’t bother other dogs. This may be accompanied by other compulsive behaviors such as spinning or jumping.

Compulsive barkers bark just to hear the sound of their own voices. As with dogs suffering from separation anxiety, they will often make repetitive movements, such as running in circles or pacing along a fence.

First, get your dog excited by ringing the doorbell, knocking on a wall or whatever you know will start him barking. Say your command word, such as ‘speak’ and pair it with a treat. When your dog is consistently barking when you say ‘speak’, you can then say ‘quiet’ and give a treat. Your dog will have to stop barking to get the treat.

Obedience collars will assess the effect of a problem and not its cause. If you really want to stop the dog from barking, you need to stop the cause or do something to fix the problem that exists. We have to add that it has been proven that shock collars are not as effective as they are advertised. Modern dog trainers see this method as something that should never be tolerated. You do not want to hurt the dog in order to get him to do something for you. He loves you and will want to please you. He might not really love you anymore when he realizes that you abuse him. How to stop a dog from barking

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To be successful with this method, you must wait as long as it takes for him to stop barking. If he barks for an hour and you finally get so frustrated that you yell at him to be quiet, the next time he’ll probably bark for an hour and a half. He learns that if he just barks long enough you’ll give him attention.

Dogs bark because it works, whether to scare off a perceived 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:

Before you can stop a dog from barking, it’s helpful to understand why he’s doing it. Dogs bark for all sorts of reasons, but it’s all a method of communication, says certified canine trainer and behaviorist Susie Aga, owner of Atlanta Dog Trainer.

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Like many Collies,  he loves to bark and has a lot to say. Think Sheltie, only bigger. Finn’s bark has a genetic component. Collie’s bark to herd sheep. In the photo below, Finn is just about to bark  “let’s play!”

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.

Apply the quiet command. Once your dog has learned the quiet command in training sessions, you’ll need to apply the quiet command to real-world scenarios. You can do this by having a friend slam a car door in front of your house, rattle your mailbox, or approach your front door.[53]

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.

The bad news is that if you just can’t get your dog to shut up in the wee hours, you’re probably not the only person who has a problem with it. In a 2,000-person survey conducted on dog barking in New Zealand, 75 percent of the participants indicated that they would be bothered by a dog barking at night. Dog barking and howling ranked highest among all other forms of suburban noise pollution. A New York Times article on the same topic confirmed that a nonstop barking dog is one local disturbance that can pit neighbors against each other.

Once your dog can reliably bark on command, teach him the “quiet” command. In a calm environment with no distractions, tell him to “speak.” When he starts barking, say “quiet” and stick a treat in front of his nose. Praise him for being quiet and give him the treat.

Once your dog barks, get their attention on you. Once they stop barking to look at you, say your command. It can be “Quiet,” “Enough” or “No Bark.” The phrase doesn’t really matter as long as you are using it consistently.

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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.

I live in AA County too and it’s a great law. I have two labs, of course the one I raised since he was 8 weeks old is perfect, rescuing someone else’s mess is another story. The law in AA County is vague for a reason and your situation is exactly why that’s the case. If your dog is randomly barking in the house, they won’t do anything. Leave your dog outside unattended and excessively barks, that’s a huge problem. It’s a great law because if you can’t let your dog in after a few barks or leave him out for long periods of time while he barks, the law needs to get it to stop if you can’t.

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! How to stop a dog from barking

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Use a phrase such as “Over here!” or “Quiet please!” as your interrupt cue. Say the phrase in a cheerful tone of voice when your dog is paying attention to you, then immediately feed him a morsel of very high value treat, such as a small shred of chicken. Repeat until you see his eyes light up and his ears perk when you say the phrase.

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To be successful with this method, you must wait as long as it takes for him to stop barking. If he barks for an hour and you finally get so frustrated that you yell at him to be quiet, the next time he’ll probably bark for an hour and a half. He learns that if he just barks long enough you’ll give him attention.

Bark on command. Another approach that can work is to teach your dog to bark on command, or “speak,” and then command him to be quiet. If you use treats or even verbal praise – do wait a few seconds after dog has finished barking before rewarding him. What you don’t want him to think is that he is being rewarded for barking when really he is being rewarded for being quiet. To get him to bark initially you can have someone ring your doorbell or you can encourage him to bark by “barking” yourself. Have him on a leash during the exercise so that you can distract and stop the barking with a light pop of the leash. To make the response even better teach your dog that he can bark at the doorbell but then must be quiet and go to a place near the door where he can watch who is at the door and allow them to come in. This can give a very effective security touch to a home. Dog barks, owners says “Quiet,” and he stops barking, showing he is under control. When the door is opened he is sat watching and waiting for anything that could be a threat. One word – “Speak” – has him barking again. So by teaching the commands – “Speak,” “Quiet,” and “Place,” – you have a dog that is both under control, yet ready to give a warning or even threaten if required.

There are a few things you can do to get your dog to stop barking at inappropriate times. It’s important to note that these tips aren’t an overnight fix. Be patient and stick with it, though, and you will begin to notice a change in your pup’s behavior. 

“Barking is driven by a whole bunch of things,” says Dr. Kristina Spaulding, a certified applied animal behaviorist from upstate New York, “and while some dogs don’t bark much, they’ll sometimes find other ways to show their emotions or signal that they want something—like pawing at you, jumping, mouthing, stealing things, or finding other ways to get into trouble.”

Punishing your pet might temporarily suppress the behaviour but does nothing to change the motivation behind it. So your bored barker might stop woofing when told off, but they might find a different thing to occupy themselves with instead – very likely something you won’t approve of, either!

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.

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.

Excessive barking due to separation anxiety occurs only when a dog’s caretaker is gone or when the dog is left alone. You’ll usually see at least one other separation anxiety symptom as well, like pacing, destruction, elimination, depression or other signs of distress. For more information about this problem, please see our article, Separation Anxiety.

To be successful, try your best to NEVER reward your dog for barking at you again! In some cases, it’s easiest to teach your dog an alternative behavior. For instance, if you don’t want your dog to bark when he needs to go out or come in, get a doggy door installed or teach him to ring a bell hanging on a door by touching it with his nose or paw. If your dog barks to get you to play with him, teach him to bring a toy and sit in front of you. Sometimes, it’s easier to avoid problems by eliminating the things that cause your dog to bark. If your dog barks to ask you to retrieve his toys from under the sofa, block the space so that the toys don’t get stuck beyond his reach. If your dog barks at you when you’re talking on the telephone or working on the computer, give him a tasty chew bone to occupy him before he starts to bark.

This is a common behavior for herding dogs – the cheerleaders and “fun police” of the canine world. As other dogs (or humans) romp and play, the play-barker runs around the edges, barking, sometimes nipping heels.

It is so easy to train a dog not to bark by simply telling him not to bark and when he quit barking telling him what a good dog he is this is very repetitious has to be consistent but even though it takes a long time to do it is very effective in the long run it’s best for your dogs peace of mind

“I tend to ignore it or actively get up and walk away if a dog demand barks at me,” Spaulding says. That’s because caving and giving dogs what they want can reinforce the behavior and encourage them to demand bark more in the future.

Reward good behavior. When your dog finally does stop barking, it’s important that you praise and reward her for her silence. Over time, your dog will learn that being silent and obedient will achieve greater results than acting out and barking.[7]

Attention seeking: Never reward barking. If your dog barks when he wants water, and you fill the dish, you’ve taught him to bark to get what he wants. If he barks to go outside, it’s the same. So teach him to ring a bell you tied to the door handle to go out. Bang the water dish before filling it, and maybe he’ll start pushing it with his nose to make the same noise. Find ways for your dog to communicate without barking.

You’ve probably never had a dog that has a penchant for barking. It is indescribably miserable, and it makes everyone around the dog miserable. We tried everything at first. Our dog is a terrier. He wants to chase and bark at every dog, squirrel, cat, or shadow that walks by our house. He sits in the window. Waits by the glass door. Goes outside and barks and chases. It’s clearly in his DNA. I can’t cover up every window or door in my house. He would be super miserable if we did.

If you listen closely, you will eventually learn the sounds of your dog’s different barks. You may then be able to figure out what each bark means. Understanding the reason why your dog barks is the first step towards controlling the behavior.

If you do want to modify play-barking behavior, use negative punishment – where the dog’s behavior makes the good stuff go away. When the barking starts, use a time-out marker such as “Oops! Too bad!” and gently remove your dog from the playground for one to three minutes. A tab – a short 6 to 12 inch leash left attached to his collar – makes this maneuver easier. Then release him to play again. Over time, as he realizes that barking ends his fun, he may start to get the idea. Or he may not – this is a pretty hardwired behavior, especially with the herding breeds. You may just resort to finding appropriate times when you allow play-barking to happen.

Consider crate training. Crate training’s success varies considerably from one dog to another. Some dogs are frightened by having to be left in a crate, while others see the crate as their own safe space and an assurance that someone will be home at some point to open the crate.[42]

You can avoid yanking by motivating your dog to follow you with an excited voice to get his attention. When he is following you and the leash is relaxed, turn back and continue on your way. It might take a few turns but your vocal cues and body language will make it clear that pulling will not be reinforced with forward movement, but walking calmly by your side or even slightly in front of you on a loose leash will allow your dog to get to where he wants to go.

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I have a 5 yr. old rough coated collie who barks very loud and consistently every tine I am talking on the telephone I at first thought he wanted attention but that’s not the case. When I am finished talking he walks away and is quiet. Please someone help. I am tired of going into the bathroom and closing the door if it’s a important phone call ! Ugggg

The first two categories are definitely the most common types of dog barking. The first, separation anxiety, obviously occurs when you are not around. The second category may occur when you are home but will also occur when you are not. In most cases the territorial barking probably increases as you are not there to stop it and the dog may become more defensive when you are not there. Obviously to stop dog barking when you are not there is a far more difficult proposition.

When they bark, simply say something like “Thank You”, in a VERY gentle voice (rather like you would whisper in somebodies ear). Then if they continue with the barking, go and take a look out the window and again say “Thank You” again very softly, before walking away. (Now I know this may seem odd, BUT it makes total sense to your dog – I promise!)

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Remove the audience. If she barks and you come running every time, you reward the behavior. Instead, thank her then say, “HUSH.” When she stops, you should praise and give her a treat. If she keeps barking, turn your back and leave the room. Most dogs want company, so leaving tells her she’s doing something wrong. She’ll learn to be quiet if she wants you to stay and give her attention.

The next step in “Go to Your Spot” training is to recruit friends and family to help you conduct mock practice visits. Arrange to have someone come to the door. You will work with your dog to help him stay on his own. Be prepared! This will probably take a long time the first few visits. When you open the door, one of two things can happen. Sometimes you leave your dog there on his spot while you talk to the person at the door, as if your visitor is a courier or delivery person. Your dog never gets to say hello. (However, you, the person or both of you should frequently toss treats to your dog to reward him for staying.) At other times, invite the visitor in. Wait until the person sits down somewhere, and then release your dog to join you and your guest. When you have a friend help you with a mock visit, be sure to repeat the scenario over and over, at least 10 to 20 times. Practice makes perfect! Have person come in for 5 to 10 minutes or just pretend to deliver something, then leave for 5 to 10 minutes, then return for a second visit, and so on. Your dog should experience at least 10 visits in a row with the same person. With each repetition, it will become easier for him to do what you expect because he’ll be less excited by the whole routine—especially when it’s the same person at the door, over and over again.

It’s always important to consider the alternatives to no-bark collars, such as traditional disciplinary measures, or other means which avoid inflicting physical or emotional pain or stress on the dog. If it’s possible, it’s best to discipline dogs in this way, as we’re sure you’ve seen on various episodes of the Dog Whisperer, rather than to cause any unnecessary suffering by using a no-bark dog collar.

Territorial and alarm barking happen when dogs see or hear something that arouses their attention (that’s why so many dogs bark at the living room window or along the fence). The quickest trick to stop barking at the window or in the yard is to manage the environment. Block your dog’s sightline to potential barking triggers. How to stop a dog from barking