“commande à distance ultrasonique puissante d’écorce de chien comment empêcher un chien d’aboyer aux voisins de la clôture”

J’ai jamais compris qu’on prenne un chien pour le laisser dehors. J’ai un bouledogue donc évidemment elle ne dort pas dehors. Exemple j’ai un ami qui a deux rottweller ils dorment dans la maison la nuit dans le salon et pas dans la chambre mais pas dehors dans une vulgaire niche. Aimeriez vous passer vos nuits d’hivers dans une niche ???

Les chiens détestent qu’on les mouille. Ainsi, parfois un bon jet d’eau peut réussir à séparer les « adversaires ». Cela ne fonctionne pas toujours, mais peut constituer votre seule option face à des chiens trop imposants pour être séparés physiquement.

Bonjour! Nous avons adopté une petite femelle Westie de 1 an. Elle appartenait à un couple dont l horaire de travail faisait qu elle était trop seule( enfin, c’est ce que on nous a dit) avec nous ce problème n’existe pas mon mari est retraité et il l adore. Mais nous aussi problème d aboiements !

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salut rodolphe peut être devrais tu lui faire faire de l’obéissance dans un club cannin moi ,mon fil de 13 ans l’a emmenée et celà lui a fait grand bien surtout pour la sociabilité envers les autre chien demande l’avis dans un club bonne chance à toi

Réussir à canaliser les aboiements excessifs de votre chien n’est pas une chose qui se fait du jour ou lendemain. Cela demande de la pratique, de la patience et surtout de la cohérence. Voici quelques conseils à retenir avant de commencer le dressage.

Dans la tête d’un chien, même le fait de se faire gronder est signe que vous vous intéressez à lui. Si vous perdez votre sang-froid chaque fois qu’il aboie, il le verra et instinctivement aboiera plus la prochaine fois. Il sait que vous cèderez une nouvelle fois, peu importe qu’il se fasse gronder, vous et lui êtes mutuellement conditionnés, ce qui est rassurant pour le chien [5].

Les aboiements chiens provoquent un fort désagrément pour les propriétaires. Ils agacent les voisins, font fuir le facteur, déclenchent des troubles de voisinage, et parfois engendrent des poursuites judiciaires.

J’ai eu ce problème en appartement. J’ai fait intervenir la police. Pour que ce soit efficace, les propriétaires du chien doivent être pris sur le fait. Il a fallu faire une main courante au commissariat et la police nous a informé qu’à chaque convocation des propriétaires du chien il établissait une amende à l’encontre des propriétaires. J’ai vu un reportage sur tf1, un couple poursuivait en justice un propriétaire de vache en Savoie. Celles-ci portaient des clochettes. La femme du couple en avait même fait une dépression nerveuse. J’espère que cela ne vous arrivera pas. Bon courage et attention à votre santé mentale.

Bonsoir, ma chienne berger allemand d’un 1 an ce matin vient de mourir suite a plusieurs jets de citronnelle du collier et les veto disent que c’est pas du au collier car ils sont censés être inoffensifs mais elle était en pleine santé et nous persuadés que c’est à cause de ses jets car c’est tout de suite après ses 7/8 jets successifs dans le museau qu’elle s’est mis sur le côté de la porte, s’est allongée par terre et a gemie 10 secondes et sa respiration s’est ralentie, sa langue était sur le coté sortie, et voilà!! Nous sommes effondrés, nous avons demandés une autopsie mais on nous dit que on nous garantie pas que l’on verra quelque chose, pff! Même le centre poison dise que il n’y a jamais eu de cas dans le monde mais c’est un collier commercialisé depuis 2007, donc on peut être un premier cas, non?

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L’aboiement est un type de communication vocale que les chiens utilisent, donc cela peut signifier différentes choses en fonction de la situation. Voici les principales raisons pour lesquelles un chien peut aboyer.

Conseil n°2 : la caisse de transport sera votre meilleure amie car elle permet, en plus d’empêcher tout contact visuel avec l’extérieur, d’apaiser votre animal si ce dernier est stressé en voiture. En effet, la cage de transport, si elle est bien assimilée auparavant à quelque chose de positif, devient un véritable cocon pour votre chien. Je vous invite d’ailleurs à découvrir ou redécouvrir notre article dédié à la caisse de transport.

Bonjour j’ai eu le même problème, j’ai demandé à mon vétérinaire il m’a conseillé en présence de mon mari ou moi avec mon westi et mon chaton de les mettre ensemble dans la même pièce ,en faisant attention mon chien lechait le chaton comme une peluche au bout de quelques jours ils aimaient être ensemble

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Mes voisins ont leur chien qui aboie dès 8h du matin donc dès qu’ils partent travailler. Le chien à 18 mois c’est un braque. Madame a repris le travail après son repos d’accouchement donc le chien depuis bébé à sa maman à ses côtés. C’est un calvaire. Lundi mon voisin est venu s’excuser il cherche une solution … étant locataires ils laissent le chien dehors afin d’éviter les dégâts éventuels à l’intérieur. Avec les beaux jours qui arrivent je ne m’imagine pas rester enfermée chez moi portes et fenêtres fermées. J’ai fait une vidéo que j’irai leur montrer ce soir. Mais peut-on éviter à ce chien d’aboyer ? je plains les pensionnés et voisins directs de ce chien … Les pauvres ! …

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 de frustration.

Aujourd’hui, grâce aux bons conseils de notre éducateur canin et comportementaliste, nous allons apprendre à faire taire un chien qui réclame de l’attention. Certains chiens aboient beaucoup, et cela, pour réclamer de l’attention. Très souvent, le maitre lui répond : « tais-toi », « reste calme » etc.

Je vous déconseille donc les colliers anti-aboiement. Modifier les habitudes de votre chien (poste d’observation) et prenez la bonne attitude (ne pas crier) et observé les résultats. C’est moins cher qu’un gadget. 😉

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L’ignorance : Votre chien vous saute dessus en grande partie pour avoir une caresse ou des bisous. Lorsqu’il constatera que cette tentative ne sert à rien et n’entraine aucune réaction positive de votre part, il cessera de vous sauter dessus. Si votre chien vous saute dessus, tourner lui le dos, croiser les bras sur votre poitrine pour éviter qu’il ne mordille vos mains, et ne le regardez surtout pas. Ignorez le chien et sortez de la pièce sans rien dire. C’est la solution la plus sympathique mais pas toujours la plus efficace, surtout avec les chiens déjà adultes et habitués à sauter.

Je possède une femelle berger australien de 2 ans. Elle est très obéissante en temps normal mais un problème se pose lorsque l’on va dans l’eau. Elle adore se baigner. Mais elle se met à aboyer quand elle nage. Au bout d’une demi heure à patauger elle fini par se calmer mais c’est long. Nous ne sommes donc pas toujours les bienvenus à la plage. Je ne sais pas comment lui apprendre à ne plus le faire avez vous des idées ?

Note : au début, évitez de demander le silence à un chien qui vient de commencer d’aboyer soit parce qu’il joue, soit pour vous signaler quelque chose. Attendez qu’il se soit un peu calmé et donc plus disposé à vous écouter. Vous aurez de meilleurs résultats.

Bonjour, je ne connais malheureusement pas de comportementalistes canins vers Libourne, mais peut-être que quelqu’un qui passe par là pourra vous aider. Le problème que vous rencontrez avec votre chien qui aboie à la vue de quelqu’un ou de quelque chose est assez commun et à priori pas alarmant. Quelles sont les races de ces chiens ?

Le collier à la citronnelle : ce collier anti-aboiement est équipé d’un pulvérisateur qui émet une odeur de citronnelle – pas très appréciée par nos amis à 4 pattes – à chaque fois que le chien aboie.

Parfois, ce comportement dégénère et les aboiements du chien peuvent devenir vraiment gênants et source de conflits entre voisins. Angoisse de séparation, réaction exagérée à l’environnement, recherche d’attention, excitation, peur, hypervigilance… il y a toujours une cause (voire plusieurs) à découvrir afin de gérer au mieux le problème.

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Utilisez un sifflet silencieux. Il y a des avis mitigés quant à la façon dont ces appareils fonctionnent, mais beaucoup de personnes ont été satisfaites en les utilisant. Les sifflets silencieux émettent un son que les chiens peuvent entendre, mais qui est inaudible pour les humains. Votre voisin ne saura donc pas que vous en faites usage. Sifflez chaque fois que le chien aboie. Vous pourriez tenter à plusieurs reprises, mais finalement, le chien associera ses aboiements au bruit perçant du sifflet et cessera d’aboyer.

Si vous êtes constants dans la méthode utilisée pour traiter la cause du problème, les résultats ne devraient tarder à se faire sentir. Évitez de gérer les situations de crise de façon aléatoire : ceci augmentera considérablement le stress de votre animal, ce qui pourrait le faire japper de plus belle!

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Soyez patient. Même si votre chien est intelligent, cet apprentissage de l’absence prolongée prend du temps. Tant que votre chien ne restera pas 40 minutes tout seul, vous ne pourrez pas dire que la partie est gagnée et qu’il est capable de rester seul à la maison sans aboyer. Il en faut des entrainements [34] !

Apprenez à votre chien à être seul. Créez des situations dans lesquelles il sera seul, même si vous n’êtes pas loin. Faites-le assoir ou coucher, puis quittez la pièce où il est de façon à être hors de sa vue [29].

Dessiné par le contrôle du son et monté sur le mur, facile à installer. Venir avec un support mural rotatif, rend le dispositif peut tourner librement sur 360 degrés. Ce dispositif anti aboiements déclenche après plus de trois fois aboyer, filtrer ef

Pour que votre chien arrête d’aboyer, vous devrez associer plusieurs techniques qui vous aideront à traiter la cause de l’aboiement (ennui, stress ou manipulation) et qui vous permettront de dresser l’animal pour qu’il arrête d’aboyer. Cet objectif ne peut être atteint que par le renforcement négatif, qui apprendra à l’animal qu’aboyer n’est pas bien.

Bark Control

“Dogtek Sonic Birdhouse contrôle de l’écorce comment arrêter chirurgicalement un chien d’aboyer”

Voici le résumé d’une expérience que j’ai menée sur mon chien pour contrôler des aboiements intempestifs. Il s’agit ici d’aboiements à caractère social, ils sont essentiellement centrés sur le maître pour contrôler et gérer ses déplacements. Il s’agit un cocker adopté à l’âge de 8 ans dans un refuge où il a passé 4 mois, son passé est inconnu.

C’est dur mais nécessaire. Il s’agit d’apprendre à votre chien que c’est vous qui prenez les initiatives. Vous ne lui demandez aucune autorisation. Cet écolage fait partie intégrante de l’éducation, il permet de limiter et même d’éliminer l’anxiété de séparation.

Nous avons tendance à gâter de plus en plus nos fidèles compagnons et tout comme les enfants les chiens arrivent à trouver des moyens pour obtenir ce qu’ils veulent. Les enfants eux vont pleurer ou faire une colère contrairement aux chiens qui ne pourront qu’aboyer, la réaction du maître va conditionner le chien à continuer ou à stopper lorsqu’il réclame quelque chose. Il ne faut pas sous-estimer nos compagnons à 4 pattes qui comprennent vite ce qui fonctionne ou pas avec leur maître.

Héritage: Certaines races de chiens sont conditionnées par la génétique, et on tendance à aboyer. C’est fréquent chez les chiens chihuahua ou ceux de petite race, mais aussi chez certains chiens de chasse.

La répression directe : Certains éducateurs conseillent une petite pichenette sur la truffe du chien au moment ou il vous saute dessus. D’autres lèvent leur genou à la verticale pour repousser le chien. Nous n’y sommes pas très favorable mais certains chiens sont tellement habitués à sauter qu’il est parfois nécessaire de passer par cette solution, sans pour autant faire mal au chien. La priorité doit rester la protection de nos chers enfants, moins stables sur leurs appuis.

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Alors clairement ce n’est pas ici que je vais vous conseiller un collier à impulsion électrique ! C’est cruel et dangereux ! De nombreuses photos circulent sur internet ou l’on voit les blessures que cela provoque, sur le plan physique, mais aussi psychologique. C’est de l’électronique, les défaillances peuvent survenir et si vous n’êtes pas la pour intervenir… Donc NON !

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Les chiens aboient également lorsqu’ils ont trop chaud ou trop froid. Nombreuses sont les personnes qui pensent à tort que la fourrure des chiens les garde au chaud lorsque la température est inférieure à zéro degré, mais cela est faux, à moins que le chien dont il est question ne soit un husky. Si vous aviez vu le chien en train de greloter ou avoir l’air triste en raison des fortes chaleurs de la journée, dites à votre voisin que le chien pourrait aboyer parce qu’il se sent mal.

Pour commencer, rappelons que l’aboiement du chien est quelque chose de très naturel. Il s’agit avant tout pour nous d’un mode de communication. Néanmoins, si votre chien aboie tout le temps, c’est qu’il y a un problème. En dehors du fait qu’il vous dérange ou agace vos voisins, un aboiement incessant est surtout une manière pour votre chien de montrer que quelque chose ne va pas.

Ignorer les aboiements de votre chien aussi longtemps qu’il lui faut pour s’arrêter. Cela signifie qu’il faut ne lui prêter aucune attention pendant qu’il aboie. En faisant ainsi vous ne le récompensez pas par votre attention. Ne lui parlez pas, ne le touchez pas, et même ne le regardez pas. Quand il se calme enfin, même entre deux respirations, récompensez-le avec une friandise. C’est une technique très efficace utilisée par les dresseurs professionnels assez faciles à mettre en œuvre pour tout le monde.

If your dog continues to bark, the more intense sound and shock are applies until your dog stops for thirty seconds, and then it will automatically resets to the first “tone only” level of correction.If the continuous stimulus reaches the 7 levels, then the Collar will stop working for 1 minutes to protect the dog.

J’ai eu ce problème en appartement. J’ai fait intervenir la police. Pour que ce soit efficace, les propriétaires du chien doivent être pris sur le fait. Il a fallu faire une main courante au commissariat et la police nous a informé qu’à chaque convocation des propriétaires du chien il établissait une amende à l’encontre des propriétaires. J’ai vu un reportage sur tf1, un couple poursuivait en justice un propriétaire de vache en Savoie. Celles-ci portaient des clochettes. La du couple en avait même fait une dépression nerveuse. J’espère que cela ne vous arrivera pas. Bon courage et attention à votre santé mentale.

j’ai un spitz nain de 4 mois qui aboie un peut pour nous avertir normale, par contre nous avons des poules et il aboie après celle ci longuement et je n’arrive pas à la calmer. sachant que je la promene et joue assez régulièrement avec.

Il y a une possiblilité ( si pas encore trop vieux) dès qu’il aboie, immédiatement d’ un ton très calme l’ appeler par son nom et le féliciter.Mais il faut que cela soit très rapide. Il comprendra qu’ il a bien fait et qu’ il en est récompencé. Puis par la suite espacer les caresses tout en l’ appelant simplement. J’ai réusis a faire “taire” mes trois chiens. Bon courage ..!

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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.

Quand votre chien connaitra un bon nombre de ces petits jeux, Il faudra le solliciter régulièrement en variant les exercices. Cela doit toujours rester un jeu et en même temps, ces exercices feront partie de sa vie, il ne s’ennuiera plus. Quand on a un chien, on doit s’en occuper, mais il vous le rendra au centuple [64].

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Il est reconnu scientifiquement que faire du sport prévient certains symptômes de la dépression, aide à contrer les sauts d’humeur et nous permet de moins souffrir d’anxiété. Si votre chien pratique davantage d’activités sportives, il bénéficiera de ces avantages. Fatigué, il voudra bien plus se blottir dans son panier et somnoler que passer sa journée à hurler.

Quand vous dites à votre chien de se taire, vous pouvez poursuivre en le surprenant : lancer des choses à côté de lui ou encore chanter ou pourquoi pas siffler. Votre chien va se taire, car surpris par ce que vous faites.

Si votre chien suit le mouvement, lorsque vous augmentez la durée de votre disparition, vous devez également lui offrir son « jouet-récompense » afin de le conditionner. Ce dernier sera certainement nécessaire quand vous vous absenterez plus de 10 ou 15 secondes, sinon il commencera à aboyer [33].

Certains font la distinction entre le porteur du collier anti aboiement et les autres chiens, de la maison ou du voisinage. Très utile pour que votre chien ne soit pas sanctionné à cause d’un autre ! Dans tous les cas, leur usage peut éviter à certains chiens d’être abandonnés, voire euthanasiés (entre deux maux, je choisis le moindre) mais aucun ne résout le problème de base : la cause de l’aboiement, il est donc préférable de les considérer comme des solutions d’urgence et d’attente.

Lui donner de l’attention quand ce n’est pas nécessaire : les chiens aiment être au centre de l’attention. Et pour ce faire, certains n’hésitent pas à employer les grands moyens, jusqu’à simuler une douleur subite (si si !). Si votre chien vous réclame en aboyant, ne lui répondez pas, ne lui parlez pas, ne le regardez pas. Ignorez-le totalement comme s’il n’était pas là.

En réalité, votre chien peut être tellement concentré sur le besoin d’aboyer sur la menace perçue qu’il risque de vous ignorer si vous lui criez d’arrêter ou si vous le réprimandez. Même si vous le punissez sévèrement, il risque d’essayer de reprendre le contrôle de son territoire en mordant quelqu’un.

Bark Control

“neighbor’s dog won’t stop barking how do i train my dog to stop barking”

Go for a walk around the block with your dog on leash. Use the interrupt when he’s sniffing a bush, or eyeing garbage in the gutter. Start with mild to moderate real-life distractions if possible, but if a major distraction presents itself, including a stimulus that causes him to bark, give it a try!

If things like other dogs or people are your pet’s trigger, you need to expose them to these stressors. Again, reward them with treats when they are behaving, and let them know that barking means no attention or tasty food.

Don’t use inconsistent rules. If you yell at him for barking at some sights or sounds, such as the kids leaving for school, and encourage him to bark at others, like the salesman at the door, he will be hard-put to distinguish between the two events. The result will be a still-constantly barking dog.

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!

Does your dog bark at the doorbell? Do you not even have a door bell, but your dog barks at ones on TV? Does your dog bark at car horns? When certain people come over? All these things and more! can be addressed with training and desensitization. They do not just up and go away on their own. You have to work at it.  My next blog post will be  a How to – Desensitization.

Block scary sounds. Inexperienced pups hear lots of “new” stuff that may inspire barking. When barking arises from fear, the pheromone product Comfort Zone with D.A.P. may help relieve the angst. White noise machines are available to mask sounds, or simply turn the radio to a normal volume and tune it to static.

past bad words, and let her know you’d like to help with her dog’s barking, if you can. Even short of doing actual behavior modification, offers to let her dog play with yours (if they’re compatible) or taking her dog for walks (if you can safely manage the dog) may enrich the dog’s environment and provide enough exercise to reduce or eliminate the barking.

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?

Leash issues are a huge problem for the dog-owning public and a leading culprit for why so many otherwise healthy dogs are doomed to life (or usually more accurately, an early death) in animal shelters. Whether it’s simple leash-pulling or more significant leash reactivity and leash aggression, the primary thing to keep in mind is that these issues are almost always preventable and manageable when using positive training methods.

I have tried one of the white triangular anti-bark collars that say they use ultra sound. It was the biggest waste of money. (and it was only $3 on e-bay) It has a high pitched tone when the dog barks (can be heard by humans) and another Ultra-sonic sound (that can also be heard by humans.)

There’s a lot of talk these days about the fact that dogs are primarily body language communicators. It’s true, they are. But as anyone who’s spent time with them knows, dogs also have a pretty well-developed ability to express themselves vocally. Dogs bark. Some bark more, some bark less, and a few don’t bark at all, but most dogs bark at least some of the time.

When your dog starts barking, ask him to do something that’s incompatible with barking. Teaching your dog to react to barking stimuli with something that inhibits him from barking, such as lying down in his bed.

The next step in “Go to Your Spot” training is to recruit friends and family to help you conduct mock practice visits. 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 the 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.

Puppy barking drives owners and neighbors crazy—it can’t be totally eliminated so don’t expect to stop it. Dog barking is one of the most common behavior complaints, but this normal puppy communication becomes a problem only if puppies aren’t taught proper limits.

Try a sonic training system. This uses more advanced technology to silence a dog’s barking, but it’s the same idea as the whistle. Again, the results are mixed; these seem to work better for some dogs than others. If you’re at the end of your rope, it might be worth the expensive price tag to give it a try.

White noise machine: (helpful for alarm barkers and territorial barkers) the machine’s steady unchanging sound is an easy way to cover incidental noises from outside like delivery trucks or people passing by that might trigger an alarm barker.

Some dogs bark a lot when they want to tell you about something specific they have seen or heard, for example a visitor at the door, a car pulling onto a driveway, or the phone or doorbell ringing. This is called ‘alarm barking’.

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.

Recognize compulsive/boredom barking. If your dog barks compulsively for no reason, or tends to bark when she’s left alone (in the yard, for example), she may be engaging in boredom barking. Dogs that bark when left alone may be experiencing separation anxiety, but there are usually other symptoms which accompany that problem, like destructive behavior, bathroom problems, and following you around when you’re home. Common signs of compulsive or boredom barking include:

If you have a nervous dog, time and patience is key! The overall goal should be to get your dog comfortable around the things that is making him nervous. If you can get a nervous dog to play a game of tug-of-war around things that seem to make them nervous, then you off to a great start! But, most dogs don’t play when they’re nervous, so having high quality rewards nearby can help. This will slowly help your dog associate something great with things that used to make him uncomfortable. Over time, (sometimes a long time,) you should begin seeing improvements.

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.

Barking is one of many forms of vocal communication for dogs. People are often pleased that their dog barks, because it alerts them to the approach of people to their home or it tells them there’s something that the dog wants or needs. However, sometimes a dog’s barking can be excessive. Because barking serves a variety of functions, you must identify its cause and your dog’s motivation for barking before you can treat a barking problem

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!

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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.

Work on pre-departure anxiety by exposing your dog to your various departure cues, like putting on a coat or picking up/jingling your keys. Try engaging in these behaviors at various times throughout the day without actually leaving the house.[28]

Some dogs are very excitable and nervous, and they bark at everything that passes. Obedience training can be very helpful. You might want to provide the names of a few well-rated training schools in the area.

The dog might still be able to sense your presence by hearing or smelling you, so if barking persists, it may be time to introduce yourself to the pup so it knows you’re not a threat. Ask your neighbor if you can meet their dog and make friends. If the dog doesn’t see you as an intruder anymore, it may not feel the need to bark when you’re around.

Pheromone-based treatment: Diffusers mimic the “calming pheromones” given off by female dogs and will help soothe dogs that bark due to the stress. You might not see a dramatic shift in behaviour but keep in mind that the chemicals are milder than medication, but is an easy and affordable way to take the edge off.

While I wouldn’t reward a dog barking to boss you into getting their dinner, I would respond to an empty water bowl or a request to go to the bathroom. Part of being a good dog owner is learning to understand your dog’s barks, and to respond to genuine needs.

Your pet likes to greet you after not seeing you for a while. This can lead to excessive barking. It’s usually a happy bark, accompanied with a wagging tail and sometimes even jumping. This is one of the areas where owners, without being aware, reward their dog for their unwanted behavior. But more on this later.

“Typically, if a dog is barking in an aggressive context, it’s actually fear based,” she says. “People are often confused by that because if dogs lunge and bark at the same time, that must mean they’re aggressive, but often, it seems to just be a display to keep them away from something they find scary.” How to stop a dog from barking

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If dog likes to play fetching games, try teaching them to retrieve a toy or other item when the situation occurs that sets them off. Asking them to “go to bed” is also something you could try as this removes them from the area that the trigger is coming from and asks them to concentrate on a neutral task that they are already familiar with.

No matter why your dog is barking, some general training will help keep his mind occupied and wear him out. A tired dog is a happy dog. Regular walks in the morning can help, even just a 15 minute walk around the block is better than nothing. Two walks a day would be perfect. If you work long hours, consider a dog walker, doggy daycare, a play-date with a friend’s dog or asking a someone to visit in the middle of the day.

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.

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Sometimes dogs bark for darn good reasons. I recall one January morning when I was awoken before the sun. The dogs were going ballistic. I peered out the window to see a young moose sauntering down the street!

Indoors, leave the curtains or blinds closed, or use spray-on glass coating or removable plastic film that makes windows opaque. This affordable static cling window film lets the light in, but blurs and blocks sights from outside.

Dogs also bark when they’re either too cold or too hot. Many people have the misconception that dogs’ fur keeps them warm in subzero weather; it’s not the case, unless the dog is a husky. If you’ve seen the dog shivering or looking miserable in the heat of the day, tell your neighbor the dog could be barking because its uncomfortable.

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.

It’s really normal for dogs to bark. They bark to warn another dog to stay out of their territory, they bark when happy or at play, thy bark when danger seems near, and they bark when they are about to attack or are afraid. Admittedly, too much barking can be annoying, which is why dog owners really have to take a healthy and practical approach when learning how to stop a dog from barking. Waysandhow.

Identify a place in your home where you’d like your dog to go when people come to the door. If possible, choose a place that’s at least eight feet away from the front door but still within sight. It might be a spot at the top of a set of stairs, inside the doorway of an adjacent room, your dog’s crate, or a rug positioned at the far corner of an entryway or foyer. How to stop a dog from barking

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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!

If you do decide to take this approach, you’ll need to make sure you don’t expose your pet to the ‘real’ sound while you are training them. Pick a time when you aren’t expecting visitors and pop a note on your front door asking visitors not to knock.

Dogs feel the owner’s energy. If the owner is mad, the dog will get mad. If the dog owner is calm, he will end up calming himself. Whenever trying to talk to the dog in order to get him to stop barking, you have to be calm and assertive. This is easier said than done but if you manage to tell your dog a simple command like “Quiet” in a calm voice tone, he will understand that something is wrong.

If all else fails and your neighbor is making no attempt to curb the barking, it may be time to file a noise complaint. Talk to your other neighbors and see if they are as bothered by the barking as you are. Urge them to file a similar complaint. Look up your local laws, as different areas have different laws that govern dog barking and noise complaints.

Play: If you’ve ever gotten your dog involved in an intense play session, you’ve probably heard them bark at you. Like kids yelling on a playground, dogs bark to communicate their willingness and excitement to play.

Find your dog’s trigger, give your “Speak!” cue, then elicit the bark. (If you want the bark to eventually ward off potential accosters, select a cue that will make sense in that context, such as “Stop!” or “Leave me alone!”)

If your dog barks inappropriately, it is important to start by setting yourself a realistic goal. Planning for your dog to stop barking completely is not realistic – barking is a natural dog behaviour and dogs will bark – more or less, and largely depending on the breed – whether we want it or not. You can reduce the amount of barking, but stopping it will never be possible.

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 getting up is not working.

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]

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.

Puleeeze – I’ve been doing the “we’re stopping and we’re not moving until the leash is loose” crap for MONTHS with my 10 month old and he STILL immediately lunges to the end of the lead and pulls the instant I start moving again. When it’s tight and I stop he turns to look at me, excitedly, and loosen sometimes, but the instant I move he’s jerking me along again. Apparently the consequence of not moving isn’t severe enough, so I’m moving up to a choke chain because I’m tired of his crap. I’ve had 2 MRIs and a trip to the ER because of injuries caused when he’s seen a cat (I have to walk two puppies at the same time at least once a day – at least she’s smaller and more easily reigned in).

Take a moment to think about how you react when your dog barks to get your attention. Do you raise your voice, shout, or tell them off for it? If so, stop. When you meet your dog’s barking with noise and attention, you are rewarding your dog by giving them the attention they are asking for.

Here is a YouTube video of a trainer using a clicker to teach ‘speak’.  A clicker is a noise that you pair with treats, so when you are training, your dog knows he is on the right track. You can also train this skill without a clicker and just treats.

Animal Control authorities will usually be responsible for enforcing noise complaints about barking dogs. Your neighbor will most likely get a formal warning, but if the noise continues, they might be issued a citation. Calling the police isn’t always the best move, as officers often have bigger problems to worry about than barking dogs. However, if you suspect abuse or neglect are causing the barking, you should absolutely get authorities involved.

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.)

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.

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:

Be patient. It takes a lot of training and practice to get your dog comfortable with prolonged absences. Most of an anxious dog’s undesirable behavior will take place within the first 40 minutes that you’re gone, and it will take many, many training sessions before you can comfortably reach a 40 minute absence.[34]

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.

Ironic that I should be writing a how to get your dog to stop barking post when for the first time in my life, and after being a pro dog trainer for close to 20 years, I am living with dogs who love the sound of their own voices. Let’s meet the players, shall we.

One thing is don’t allow it. Just turn around and go the other way as soon as your dog starts in. Avoidance goes a long ways with leash aggressive dogs. also……..check our leash aggression advice on this site and utube. there is a wealth of info out there on this subject.

See what works best for your dog and go from there! Use the same techniques below, but once you get your dog’s attention, move them into a room where they are more protected from the cause of the barking. It might also help your nervous dog to soothingly talk and pet him until he calms down.

Sometimes dogs bark for darn good reasons. I recall one January morning when I was awoken before the sun. The dogs were going ballistic. I peered out the window to see a young moose sauntering down the street! How to stop a dog from barking

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Try to agree on a concrete solution. Rather than expecting your neighbor to put a stop to all barking, it might be more feasible to agree on a practical solution that works for both of you. Here are a few solutions that might apply; you can adapt them to your situation as necessary:[3]

Other off-collar devices can work well if your dog barks in a set area. Bark-activated water sprayers or noisemakers switch on when they pick up barking, shooting water at your pet or emitting an irritating sound. These can sometimes break a dog of barking in a given area, but they work best if you are home to reward your pet when he stops barking. That helps reinforce what you want your dog to do.

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.

There are also voice activated recorders available, phone/tablet apps to monitor your pet and many different home security monitors you can set up via webcams to see what your dog gets up to while you are out.

Punishment is generally frowned upon in the veterinary behavior community, but at least in this case the punishment is not too traumatic and it does help your dog not to do the behavior. In some cases where you have received noise complaints from the neighbours, it can be a quick fix. The citronella collar and shock collar are two devices that punish the bark and are unreliable and can lead to learned helplessness. They can go off randomly while the dog is not barking and even when they work correctly, the dog usually has no idea what he is receiving punishment for.

To avoid this situation you need to leave a short or long line (as in the video above with the barking dog) on them so you can take control quickly and calmly when you need it. At the same time your dog still gets to run around.

Basenjis are a primitive breed of dog from Africa. They are advertised as “barkless,” but what many people don’t know is that while they don’t bark, they do scream a blood curdling sound that evokes images of a woman being murdered. Except for this unusual breed, most dogs are in extreme stress when they scream. lnvestigate — and rescue.

Interesting, what if your dog barks at everyone, everything, and sometimes nothing at all beyond the fence line in our yard? Sometimes he just runs around the house barking, doesn’t matter how much exercise he gets, doesn’t matter if I teach him quiet and give him treats, he will bark at people, dogs, squirrels, the air immediately when he’s outside driving neighbors nuts I’m sure.

You can also teach your dog to be silent on command. This will help strengthen the association between quiet behavior and attention or rewards. Your dog should always be quiet before receiving attention, play or treats. By giving your dog a guaranteed method of getting attention, he’s no longer forced to bark for attention. Regularly seek your dog out to give him attention—sweet praise, petting and an occasional treat—when he’s not barking.

Guarding: Dogs will often bark and growl when they are guarding. This bark is more aggressive. The dog may also have a stiff or wagging tail with their hackles raised. The bark is used as a warning not to come closer or they may attack to defend their space. While dogs don’t always bark before they bite, most give some kind of warning.

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.

Alarm barking is very similar to territorial barking in that it’s triggered by sights and sounds. However, dogs who alarm bark might do so in response to things that startle or upset them when they’re not on familiar turf. For example, a dog who barks territorially in response to the sight of strangers approaching will usually only do so when in his own home, yard or car. By contrast, a dog who habitually alarm barks might vocalize when he sees or hears strangers approaching in other places, too. Although territorial barking and alarm barking are a little different, the recommendations below apply to both problems.

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.

Meet your neighbor in person. Hand-written notes can be ignored and don’t lead to a dialogue. Communicating the issues you’re having with your neighbor’s dog is key. If you find that they are new dog owners and don’t have much experience, you can point them to helpful training guides like this one or recommend a local trainer.

Sawchuk also recommends considering training your dog to go to a spot away from the door whenever the bell rings. This might be something you can do yourself, or you may have to hire a certified professional in your area to assist you.

I have taught this to puppies. All you have to do is put the leash on him (don’t pick it up and walk, don’t tug on it, don’t hold it, just let it drag), and feed him or play with him while he has it on. Also let him walk with it on him while he has it on, even though you’re not doing anything with him. You will need a few repetitions of this. Eventually, pick up the leash and hold it while you’re playing a game, he’s being fed, or just wandering around. Again, don’t try to tug on it, just let it hang loose while he does his thing. You will start to get to a point where you can start to lead him while he has it on. Hope this helps!

You surely know what your dog loves to do and what makes him tired. Make sure that you offer more of that. In many cases the problem is that the dog has too much energy so the solution to stop him from barking can be as simple as taking him for walks more often than you do right now. See if this helps. If not, it might be because he is bored at home. Buy more toys and make sure that he has a space where he can play. Eventually, you will see him tired and going to sleep. As the dog is busy, he will stop barking.

Understandably, if your dog is barking because he is anxious, this will really add to his problems. Citronella collars require you to buy replacement cartridges frequently, so can be much more expensive than consulting a veterinary behaviorist.

In Nature, there are plenty of animals living in groups that have “sentinels” – members of the group looking out for potential danger while the 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.

Is your neighbor’s dog keeping you up all night? It’s time to take action. The fastest and best way to end the noise is usually to speak to your neighbor face to face to work out a good solution. If that isn’t effective, get law enforcement involved to solve the problem for you. In the meantime, try using a dog whistle or another method to help the dog stay quiet.

Have some high-value treats ready – small and soft so they can be eaten quickly. While the dog is barking, just wait for her to stop. When she does stop, wait a beat, praise, and give her a treat. Gradually increase the time she must be quiet before rewarding her. If she starts barking, take a few steps backward and make the duration less. Once she seems to be understanding, add a word – hush, quiet, whatever works for you. Be consistent.

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.

HI Nat, we recommend a consultation with a qualified trainer to give you some tips on how to manage or change this behavior. It is impossible to give you good advice without seeing your pup’s behavior, I’m afraid. How to stop a dog from barking