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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.

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When your dog sees or hears something in an area your dog considers his/her territory, excessive barking will often be triggered. Your dog will look alert and even aggressive during this of barking and the barking will often get louder as the threat gets closer. It is good to note that this type of barking is often motivated by fear or a perceived threat to their territory and people.

If your dog most often barks territorially in your yard, keep him in the house during the day and supervise him when he’s in the yard so that he can’t just bark his head off when no one’s around. If he’s sometimes able to engage in excessive alarm barking (when you’re not around, for example), that behavior will get stronger and harder to reduce.

I don’t have a problem with leash aggression with my dogs, but two out of three of them bark PERSISTENTLY on the lead and during walks. They aren’t barking at anyone or anything in particular – It’s entirely excitement based… And it’s so bad that I can’t walk them anymore. I improvise their exercise by playing fetch games (making them run) and taking them down to our field to let them run riot there. I miss being able to walk them though. The pulling I don’t mind really (I know it’s not ideal tho) but the barking at everything out of being so excited…It’s incredibly frustrating and embarrassing. 🙁

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.

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

For the come command, you can call your dog to you and ask for a down. When your dog is focused on you, they are less likely to bark at something else. You can find instructions on how to train your dog to come here. 

These are some great tips though, especially the journal idea. In the car I know all his triggers, but at home we may be missing some. I may have to break down and hire a trainer to work on the car stuff, I haven’t found (made?) the time to work on the long-term desensitizing that he needs.

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When your dog barks, mark the desired behavior with the click! of a clicker or a verbal marker, such as the word “Yes!”, and feed him a treat. Repeat this until he’ll bark on just the cue, without the trigger. Then practice in different environments until the “bark on cue” behavior is well generalized. When his “bark on cue” is well established, you can follow it with a “quiet!” cue, so you’ll be able to turn the bark off when you want.

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!

There are also high-frequency noise emitters that you can place outside. These will respond to barking and emit a noise similar to the dog whistle. Hopefully this will correct the behavior. These solutions might work, but just be aware that other dogs that live nearby may also be bothered by the noise even if they aren’t the ones doing the barking.

Our senior Danish Dog Listener lives in Copenhagen. Down her street, every single house has been burgled, with one exception. That house is the one with Karina’s four Doberman living there. Now, I don’t know any burglars (I am not a ne’er-do-well) but I imagine that there are very, very few burglars who, upon seeing four Doberman running out into the garden and barking, will think to themselves, “I like a challenge!”

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

If ‘free time’ is a rather large chunk of your dog’s day, it might be a good idea to up their exercise time (walks, playing in the garden) and/or mental stimulation (training, use of food toys, scent games) in order to tire them out and simply give them something to do that isn’t barking.

Make sure your dog is getting sufficient physical and mental exercise every day. A tired dog is a good dog and one who is less likely to bark from boredom or frustration. Depending on his breed, age, and health, your dog may require several long walks as well as a good game of chasing the ball and playing with some interactive toys.

Block the dog’s view. If the dog barks every time it sees movement, blocking its view of your movements might help. Increase the height of your fence or close off areas where the dog sees movement. If the dog is being set off by your cats or other pets moving in the yard at night, this might be enough to quieten the dog.

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.

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.

Once you discover the true reason for the behavior, you can begin to learn how to get a dog to stop barking. The method that you use to stop the behavior will vary depend on the reason why your dog is making the nuisance noise in the first place. Don’t worry, I’ll explain everything you need to know about learning how to get a dog to stop barking in this article.

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

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

Sometimes you just have to admit you have a bad dog and do what you have to do. I wouldn’t have put up with a dog that barks that much over every moving thing. You are having to adjust your lifestyle to accommodate an extremely annoying creature. Draw the line somewhere.

If your dog’s barking has got to the stage where you are considering using a bark collar, before you do, please speak to a qualified behaviourist. You can contact one through your vet, or visit the Animal Behaviour and Training Council website. If you rehomed your dog from Blue Cross, simply get in touch with the centre you rehomed your pet from for free, expert behavioural advice.

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My honest question: What is the point of forcing your dog to not bark at all?  Do you really want a silent dog?  If so, there are plenty of dogs out there who are born mute (and perhaps deaf) and cannot bark at all, and they need good homes to go to.  But for any other dog, playful barking is cute and a fun part of being a dog owner, and dogs also want to be able to get your attention sometimes and there is nothing wrong with that, nor should there ever be.

Dogs that are lonely and that cannot have fun can end up barking way too much because of boredom. We already established that. If you often find yourself away from home because of work or different commitments, you can consider getting another dog. Most pet owners stay away from getting the second one because they are emotionally attached to the one that they have now. While this is completely understandable, we have to think about his well-being and his desires.

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.

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.

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.

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

Do you have a problem barker? It’s best to address the issue now before it gets any worse. Learn how to stop barking and prevent excessive barking in dogs. In most cases, you can curb barking with basic training, mental stimulation, and exercise. In more serious situations, you may need to bring in a trainer or behaviorist. One thing you should not do is ignore the problem. Excessive barking is not likely to improve with out intervention from you. How to stop a dog from barking

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Fournissez à votre chien des jouets ou des objets pour lui permettre de s’amuser avec même seule. Il n’y a pas besoin de dépenser beaucoup ou de chercher bien loin pour ça. Par exemple, une simple bouteille en plastique vide (pour la mordiller), une vieille chaussure ou un doudou à mordiller peut parfaitement distraire votre chien plusieurs heures. Il existe aussi de très bons jouets d’occupation et des jouets de distribution d’aliments qui peuvent l’occuper un bon moment et le fatiguer suffisamment.

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J’ ai besoin d’aide mes 2 chiens aboient continuellement accotés sur la clôture mitoyenne. Lorsqu’il sont dehors et que la voisine sort les 2 siens. Ils veulent manger la clôture. J’ai un Boston Terrier et un Boston Terrier/Pinsher Je sais plus quoi faire. ET la voisine non plus.

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.

Les chiens gardés à l’extérieur aboient souvent à cause de l’ennui. Cela se remarque surtout chez des races bouillantes comme les bergers allemands, les terriers (y compris les pitbulls) et les chiens de garde comme les dobermans et les rottweilers. Faites savoir à votre voisin que les chiens ont besoin de plus d’exercices.[2]

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.

Le brimer trop souvent : le but n’est pas de le rendre muet. Un chien ne sait pas parler, pour prévenir son maître de quelque chose il aboie. Ce comportement est normal et instinctif. La seule chose que vous pouvez faire c’est de lui dire “chute” afin de bien lui faire comprendre que vous avez compris, et que ce n’est pas la peine d’insister. C’est la raison pour laquelle j’ai précisé en début d’article qu’il ne s’agissait pas de solution pour résoudre les aboiements pathologiques.

Voici comment : sortez de la pièce et mettez la radio en route. Revenez rapidement dans la pièce. Répétez plusieurs fois. Le but est que le chien associe le bruit de la radio avec votre présence dans la pièce d’à côté. Le jour où vous vous absenterez vraiment, la radio couvrira en partie votre départ mais sera surtout pour le chien la preuve que vous êtes dans la pièce. Rusé et efficace.

Les propriétaires de chiens avec des problèmes de chien qui aboie avez toute ma sympathie. Etre soumis au bruit continu d’un chien qui aboie n’est pas une expérience agréable, et il peut être très difficile à gérer. Il est déjà assez entendu un chien aboyer au loin, sans parler de près et dans votre maison. Alors, comment voulez-vous arrêter votre chien d’aboyer

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Résistant et imperméable, cet appareil de contrôle des aboiements fonctionnant avec une pile (non-incluse) a été spécialement conçu pour être placé en extérieur : jardin, camping, maison de vacances…

Sachez reconnaitre les aboiements compulsifs ou d’ennui. Si votre chien aboie compulsivement, sans raison donc ou quand il est seul (sur la pelouse, par exemple), il est possible qu’il s’ennuie et c’est pour cela qu’il aboie. Un chien qui aboie quand il est seul est un animal qui souvent redoute d’être séparé de son maitre. En parallèle des aboiements, le chien a des comportements associés, comme le fait de tout abimer ou de vous suivre partout où vous allez. Il peut aussi avoir les comportements associés suivants :

votre site est une mine d’informations et pourtant je n’arrive à rien avec mon chien. C’est un cocker anglais croisé épagneul breton de 18 mois, il est adorable sauf quand il est dehors mais depuis peu en fait. Il y 3 mois, mon chien et moi en promenade avons été agressé par un berger allemand errant, sale, baveux, aboyant très fort… ne voulant que mordre mon chien, je l’ai protégé, mis derrière moi avec sa laisse serrer au plus, j’ai mis ma jambe pour le protéger, me suis fait mordre bien comme il faut. Mon chien a réagi, il a pincé le chien et moi j’ai dû frapper sur son dos pour qu’il s’en aille, ce qu’il a fait. mais depuis mon chien n’est plus le même ! Il aboie sur tout et tout le monde dans le jardin, aucun chiens ne peut plus nous approcher dehors… Je l’ai emmené dans un centre canin qui m’ont demandé de ne plus venir… que mon chien resterait ainsi ! mais je veux l’aider! je l’aime plus que tout et malgré tout ça je l’aime infiniment, ce n’est pas sa faute…

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Dans cet article, vous apprendrez pourquoi les chiens aboient et les causes des aboiements. Vous verrez pourquoi la chirurgie écorçage n’est jamais conseillé pour réduire le volume de l’écorce du chien.

Mais voilà : je suis désespérer : ma chienne (labrador croisée braque) aboie non-stop!! j’ai tout essayé mais rien à faire (mm le vent la fait aboyer à fond. J’ai eu malheureusement des souci avec mes voisins. J’ai aussi opté pour le collier que je met rarement car je n’aime pas du tout, mais avec elle se calme. Je suis à la recherche d’une solution car pour le moment je travaille chez moi donc je la stoppe mais d’ici un an je vais travailler à l’extérieur et il est hors de question que je lui mette le collier toute la journée. C’est vraiment un sos !! Merci

Il fait nuit noire et le chien vous réveille avec des aboiements. Le quartier tout entier est en alerte. Que faire dans ce genre de situation ? Comment arrêter les aboiements de votre chien ? Il existe des techniques efficaces qui vont sûrement vous aidez. Équipez votre chien de collier anti aboiement ou de muselière. La muselière empêche votre chien d’aboyer même s’il en a envie. De même pour le collier, ces petites décharges électriques dissuaderont votre chien de faire des tapages nocturnes. Si le collier est trop barbare à votre goût, il y a aussi les pistolets à eau. Aucun chien n’aime être arrosé au beau milieu de l’année. Il va se taire à coup sûr.

Chaque fois que votre chien aboie, vous devrez le corriger de cette manière et immédiatement. En effet, si vous attendez trop longtemps, les animaux ne savent pas ce qu’ils ont fait de mal et le dressage est inefficace.

Par contre si les aboiements sont produits par peur ou par confusion l’utilisation d’un collier est toujours possible, mais avec parcimonie. Il faudra également l’aider d’une autre façon plus comportementale en changeant ses habitudes, en s’occupant plus de lui ou en lui faisant affronter sa peur progressivement avec des méthodes de renforcement positif.

bonjour a tous j’ai mon chien depuis sept ans avec mes deux chats et il FAI parti de la famille mes le petit problème c que maintenant il ne fait qu,aboyer et je c plus comment faire j’ai déjà déménager 2 fois et déjà deux voisin son venu enfin son venu c un bien grand mot ..il mon mi des petit mot la boit au lettre

Si vous montez un petit scénario avec un ami qui se fait passer pour le facteur, dites bien à votre ami de rester devant la porte jusqu’à ce que le chien se calme, sinon ce dernier va croire qu’il a bien fait son travail en faisant s’éloigner l’intrus. Il n’en sera que renforcé dans l’idée qu’il est le maitre des lieux [55].

Bonjour, mon chien fait exactement la même chose. Je pense que c’est dû à une certaine excitation liée à la ballade. Il faut l’habituer à ne pas le sortir immédiatement lorsque vous prenez la laisse, par exemple vous prenez sa laisse, il va aboyer, mais pendant 10 bonnes minutes vous ne faites rien. Il ne va plus associer la prise de la laisse à la ballade instantanée.

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Salut moi aussi mon chien aboie tout le temps, c’est vraiment infernal et mes voisins se sont déjà plains deux fois. Je suis très embêter car je ne sais pas comment faire pour qu’il cesse d’aboyer. Je vous remercie pour cet article qui m’ouvre les yeux sur de nouvelles options !

Si vous n’êtes pas sûrs de la cause (ou des causes) qui font aboyer votre chien, l’idéal serait de vous rendre chez un professionnel pour qu’il vous guide et vous aide. Pourquoi? Beaucoup de propriétaires pensent que leur chien aboie par agressivité ou quand il a peur. D’autres peuvent penser que le chien essaie d’attirer l’attention quand la vraie cause est la solitude excessive.

Eaboiements xcessive est l`une des plus courantes plaintes de propriétaires de chiens. Bien sûr, vous ne pouvez pas attendre de votre chien à aboyer jamais. Barking est de savoir comment les chiens communiquent et ça va se passer si vous le vouliez ou non. Tu peux apprendre comment arrêter un chien d`aboyer si votre animal aboie plus que la normale.

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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.

Instead of a no-bark collar, why not try training your dog traditionally, using voice and hand commands?  This would help with other training issues that your dog might have, such as obeying commands, potty training, and playing well with other dogs at the dog park.  Issues such as those are not at all solved by putting a collar on the dog that harms him when he barks.  You will find that a lot of the issues you might have had with your dog are solved with the proper training regimen early in life.  You can read up on the best new training methods in books or training manuals, enlist the help of a knowledgeable friend, or hire a personal trainer for a few hours per week if you cannot afford training school.  

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

Providing something for your dog to do during the day also can help. Try leaving out a 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.

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.

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!

When your dog sees or hears something in an area your dog considers his/her territory, excessive barking will often be triggered. Your dog will look alert and even aggressive during this type of barking and the barking will often get louder as the threat gets closer. It is good to note that this type of barking is often motivated by fear or a perceived threat to their territory and people.

Some medical problems can cause excessive barking, from bee stings to brain disease to ongoing pain. Older pets can develop a form of canine senility that causes excessive vocalizations. It’s always a good idea to have a pet checked by a veterinarian to be sure there’s no medical reason for a problem.

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

Remember, animals don’t engage in any behavior unless they get some reward. Believe it or not, they aren’t barking to annoy you. They’re getting a positive stimulus by engaging in the activity. Your job is to identify it, and then give them an even greater reward to be quiet.

The two dogs (Jack Russell mix) that do this are related-by-blood, they’re brothers from the same litter (aged 7yrs) and they get on well…They’re both hyper active and easily excitable. The third is a recent addition to the family, he’s a pure-bred Jack Russell (8 months) and he’s a lot more calmer than the brothers. I have no problems with him on the lead but I would love to walk them as a group, something I used to do years ago before the brother’s hyper-barking became too much. :/

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If you are consistent with your training and practice several times each day on the weekends and at least twice a day on weekdays (such as before work and in the evening), you may be able to accomplish long-term comfort in under a month.[37] However, every dog is different, and your dog may need a longer training period or more training sessions each day.

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.

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. 

There’s a reason we get scared of things that go bump in the night — as humans, we fear the unknown, and dogs also feel the same nighttime anxiety. “If a dog is fearful, they may bark at any noise they hear that is scary to them or startles them. They may also bark as an ‘alarm’ to tell those around that something is going on that they should be aware of,” says Ganahl.

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!

You don’t want to discourage your dog from playing, but play barking can get annoying at times. If you have more than one dog and they bark when playing together, build a set routine of times and places where it is okay. When you are playing with your dog, encourage the use of toy-based games to decrease the amount of barking.

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.

Use a silent dog whistle. There are mixed reviews on whether these devices work, but many have found success with them. Silent whistles make a sound that dogs can hear, but humans can’t, so your neighbors won’t even know you’re using it. Whenever the dog barks, blow the whistle. it may take a number of attempts, but eventually the dog will associate barking with the piercing noise of the whistle, and stop barking. How to stop a dog from barking

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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 ses aboiements au bruit perçant du sifflet et cessera d’aboyer.

Aussi paradoxal que cela paraisse, apprendre au chien à aboyer sur commande est un bon moyen de lui apprendre dans un second temps le silence. Vous aurez noté la nuance : on n’apprend pas au chien à aboyer, mais à le faire sur commande.

j’ai un setter anglais de 5 mois et demi et j’habite en appartement avec jardin. Depuis trois semaines (date d’emménagement dans cet appartement), il a la manie d’aboyer devant la baie vitrée pour que je le rentre. Il ne patiente même pas, il fait son tour, et quand il a fini se met devant la baie vitrée et aboie directement. Je n’ai pas envie d’avoir des problèmes de voisinage du coup je vais souvent le chercher au plus vite. Je sais qu’il faudrait que je lui fasse comprendre que ce n’est pas parce qu’il aboie que je viens en l’ignorant, mais j’ai déjà eu un mot sur la porte de ma voisine du dessus parce qu’elle l’entend aboyer.

Comme vous l’aurez compris en lisant cet article, la première chose à faire est de comprendre pourquoi se comporte ainsi. Un chien qui aboie, peut le faire pour différentes raisons et vous devez comprendre ce qui est à l’origine du problème pour pouvoir le résoudre.

Dans le même registre, votre chien peut également aboyer parce qu’il panique lorsqu’il se retrouve seul. C’est une autre forme de peur, que l’on pourrait plutôt décrire comme une angoisse. Ce phénomène n’est pas rare, surtout chez les chiots et les jeunes chiens qui ont souvent du mal à trouver leur repères et qui sont pris de panique lorsque leur maître s’éloigne.

Laisser son chien en totale liberté dans la voiture, il doit être (au regard de la loi) soit attaché à la ceinture, soit dans une caisse de transport, soit dans le coffre avec une grille de séparation entre le coffre et le reste de la voiture.

Redevenez le dominant. Les aboiements pour attirer l’attention du maitre sont fréquents chez les chiens. Dans ce cas particulier, il faut cesser d’obéir à votre chien en cédant devant ses caprices. C’est vous, le maitre ! Bien évidemment, rectifier son comportement sera d’autant plus long et difficile qu’il aura été mal éduqué [1].

Le chien a des prérogatives de dominant et il croit « être le chef ». Ces aboiements se rapprochent plus de grognements, pour montrer son mécontentement. Un chien adulte peut également japper pour protéger son territoire (jardin, appartement, voiture). Dans ce cas, on parle d’agressivité territoriale.

Au risque d’en faire bondir plus d’un, il existe aussi une punition dite positive, qui consiste à supprimer un mauvais comportement en ajoutant quelque chose de désagréable pour que ce comportement disparaisse. Attention, par désagréable, il ne s’agit nullement de douleur physique, ni psychologique mais uniquement un élément qu’il n’aime pas, qui est désagréable au sens propre du terme.

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Je suis outrée de lire des choses pareilles, le beauceron n’est pas un chien de nature a aboyer pour un rien ensuite c’est quoi ces méthodes pour le faire taire: muselière,collier,pire opération…. Faites vous pareil avec vos enfants quand ils pleurent!!!! La meilleure méthode est l’éducation mais d’abord faudrait il apprendre aux maitres a éduquer un chien.D’autre part,j’ai un grand jardin j’ai eu un berger allemand pendant 10 ans, actuellement mon beauceron a 11 ans, ils n’ont jamais passés une seule nuit dehors, un chien a autant besoin de compagnie que nous, rassurez vous ils ont toujours dormi dans la cuisine exclusivement, et cela ne les empechent pas de faire leur role de gardien.Et n’oubliez pas que l’éducation ne commence pas a 1 an mais bien avant avec beaucoup de patience et non pas avec des méthodes de barbares.

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La question des gènes revient régulièrement sur le devant de la scène. Or, dans les limites de connaissances scientifiques actuelles, il n’est pas possible de prouver que des gènes sont responsables de l’agressivité ou de l’aboiement de certaines races de chiens, ni même d’individus.

Bonjour, J’ai deux chiens, une femelle croisée petite race de 5 ans (trouvée dans un sac poubelle lorsqu’elle venait de naître) et un chiot de 6 mois croisé basset fauve de Bretagne (venant d’une association) qui chaque jour lorsque je les sors (4 fois par jour) aboient sur tous les chiens et je suis obligée de tirer sur les longes pour ne pas qu’ils se jettent sur les autres chiens. J’essaie de trouver des endroits isolés mais en ville ce n’est pas facile, j’ai tout essayé (les distraire) mais rien n’y fait.

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J’ai 2 chiens un jack russel et un pinsher. Ils aboient quand nous ne sommes pas là. Je sais que ce sont des gueulards certes, mais j’ai des voisins intolérants et ça n’arrange pas les choses. En effet, nous avons des mots régulièrement. On essaye de trouver des solutions que ce soit à l’extérieur où même à l’intérieur de notre maison nous avons des mots de mécontentements sur notre porte. Nous vivons à la campagne et je ne sais plus quoi faire. Je pense que mes voisins seront satisfaits le jour où les chiens ne seront plus là.

Bonjour j ai un chien teckel de 4 ans au nom de charly depuis un an il jappe enormement mais le plus gros probleme c est que j ai une garderie et il y a une petite fille de 1 an et demi et sa mere quand ils arrivent charly jappe ,hurle il a peur il fait ses besoins part terre il est terrorisé et pourtant ils ne lui ont jamais rien fait quand elle vient porter sa petite fille il faut que je l enferme dans une piece il est rendu tres peureux je ne sais pas ce qu il voit aider nous

Dans votre cas, il faut impérativement emmener votre chienne dans un centre d’éducation afin qu’elle soit en contact avec d’autre de ses congénères. Avec quoi la promenez-vous ? Un collier ? Un harnais ?

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.

Mais vous ne voulez pas que votre chien arrête d’aboyer totalement, car cela peut être un moyen important pour eux de vous alerter au danger ou une gêne. Plus important encore est d’apprendre comment empêcher un chien d’aboyer quand on lui dit d’arrêter. Comme avec toutes les formation de chien, une bonne communication, la cohérence, et récompenser le comportement souhaité, tout en réprimandant le mauvais, pourra empêcher un chien d’aboyer.

Les chiens qui jouent en aboyant sont assez casse-pieds mais j’avoue ne pas avoir le coeur de tenter de les faire cesser, le jeu est et doit rester un moment de relâche avec le moins de contrainte possible, c’est l’occasion pour lui de faire des choses qui seraient interdites dans d’autres situations… comme aboyer par exemple !

Néanmoins, le problème de cette solution est qu’elle est effectivement basée sur un conditionnement négatif assez radical et que cela peut traumatiser le chien pour tous les aboiements qu’il pourrait avoir par la suite. Je m’explique : l’aboiement le chien est un comportement naturel qui lui permet de communiquer et surtout prévenir… Si ce comportement est estimé comme indésirable et qu’il est donc supprimé, votre chien ne pourra plus prévenir par la suite, ce qui peut être problématique dans certaines situations.

J’ai été séduite par un petit chien abandonné qui n’a pas émis de sons jusqu’à ce que je l’adopte. Mais de ce jour, des aboiements sans arrêt ont finis par me perturber, et j’ai cherché une personne plus compréhensible que moi pour supporter cela!

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L’ignorer : il s’agit là d’une punition dite négative. Imaginons qu’il jappe pour attirer votre attention. Si vous le regardez, ou lui parlez pour lui dire de se taire c’est foutu il aura gagné. Dans ces conditions, le mieux reste de l’ignorer complètement, voire de faire votre vie dans votre coin. Une fois le calme revenu, dites-lui “chute”, “chute c’est bien” suivi d’une friandise. Puis occupez-vous de lui (calin, jeu, sortie…) puisqu’il réclamait votre attention.

Certains chiens adorent l’eau mais même parmi ceux-là, rares sont ceux qui aiment être douchés ou arrosés. Se rouler dans une flaque immonde passe encore, mais passer sous un jet, ça jamais, plutôt me taire ! Il est donc parfaitement possible de faire taire un chien en le menaçant d’une arme : un pistolet et pour être précis un pistolet à eau.

j’ai deux chihuahuas un mâle et une petite femelle ,le mâle n’aboie quasi ment jamais même lorsqu’il attend un autre chien aboyer , par contre la petite femelle aboie dés qu’elle entend le moindre bruit qui lui fait peur ,on est arrivé à la faire moins aboyer en lui disant stop d’un ton assez ferme et en lui montrant soit l’objet qui lui fait peur soit en lui montrant qu’elle n’a aucune raison d’aboyer car il n’y a personne par exemple si elle auprès d’une personne ,je l prend et l’approche de cette personne pour la rassurer ,voilà c’est long et il faut répéter à chaque fois qu’elle aboie et cela fonctionne ,il faut être patient et ne pas leur céder malgré leurs mimiques qui sont très attendrissant

Vous pouvez aussi essayer de le distraire avec des friandises lorsque le stimulus qui provoque son aboiement (une sonnette, d’autres chiens…) apparaît. Demandez-lui de s’asseoir et faite des tours pendant que vous le récompensez est un bon moyen de mettre un frein à la situation.

Je sais que le collier n’est pas une bonne solution. Je ne lui met que quand je dois m’absenter (ce qui est pour le moment rare) mais dans un an je vais partir la journée et j’ai peur qu’elle se mette à aboyer encore plus.

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.

Lorsqu’il avait 4 mois, nous l’avons amener à un chalet. Les chiens du voisin jappaient sans cesse lorsque nous étions à l’extérieur. Sur place et de retour à Montreal, il a commencé à grogner aux passants plus buyants qui étaient devant la fenêtre. Nous avons tout essayé; le mettre en retrait, le punir, le distraire avec des gateries ou un jouet, rédiger son attention sur un assis ou le faire revenir vers nous et il ne manque absolument pas d’exercice physique et mentale. Rien ni fait. Depuis, nous avons eu une autre semaine de vacances et à ce moment le problème à quadruplé. Il ne grogne plus mais jappe dès que quelqu’un s’approche de lui. Même s’il reçoit une gaterie de la personne, il va rejapper lorsqu’elle se rapproche.

Paul, figure toi que lorsque nous avons adopté notre deuxième mini schnauzer, elle avait 3 mois et n’émettait aucun son! Mon mari a même cru qu’elle était muette! Aujourd’hui à 4 ans, c’est la plus bruyante du quartier (elle me fait honte quand on croise quelqu’un dans la rue…)…et ça ne s’améliore pas en vieillissant! On dirait qu’elle n’est vraiment heureuse que quand elle crie sur quelqu’un. Par contre, si elle est dans le jardin et qu’elle souhaite rentrer à la maison, elle reste derrière la porte sans rien dire…va savoir…

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Il est normal qu’un chien dominant veuille suivre son maître partout afin de contrôler tous ses mouvements. Il aura alors même tendance à vouloir protéger cet individu et à ne laisser personne s’en approcher. Dès lors, des accidents peuvent survenir (morsures).

Poursuivez en disparaissant derrière une porte qui n’est pas encore celle ouvrant sur l’extérieur, une porte de salle de bains ou de chambre. Dans un premier temps, évitez d’utiliser la porte d’entrée pour ne pas affoler votre animal [31].

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Vous pourriez partager vos découvertes avec votre voisin pour lui donner une dernière chance de changer avant que vous n’alertiez les autorités. Si vous êtes pratiquement certain que cela ne servira à rien, passez à l’étape suivante.

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.

L’aboiement incessant de votre chien vous casse les oreilles et vous perturbe. Il ne s’arrête jamais, de jour comme de nuit. En plus de cela, les voisins commencent à vous taper sur le nerf parce qu’eux  aussi voient leur sommeil  perturbé. Il faut que vous sachiez que même si l’aboiement est le langage officiel de nos amis à quatre pattes, il n’est pas normal pour un chien d’aboyer durant des heures, surtout si cela devient une habitude. Pour résoudre ce problème, vous devez effectuer un diagnostic approprié. Vous aurez peut-être besoin de l’aide d’un professionnel, mais en tant que propriétaire vous êtes le plus apte à comprendre le chien.

Après plusieurs semaines de ce régime, vous devriez pouvoir tenter une sortie par la porte principale. Auparavant, si c’est possible, essayez de sortir par une autre porte que celle que vous utilisez habituellement. Ainsi, dans une maison, ne passez pas par la porte principale ou du garage, mais par celle qui ouvre sur l’arrière [32].

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A chaque fois que  votre chien aboie avancez sur lui et dressez-vous devant lui, en le fixant bien dans les yeux puis ordonnez-lui d’une voix ferme, sans hurler, avec des mots brefs de se taire. Ne le tapez pas, ne le punissez pas.

Je suis l’heureuse maîtresse d’un couple de shih-tzu âgés respectivement de 2 et 5 ans, lors de leurs promenades en harnais, ils aboient tous deux systématiquement sur leurs congénères en laisse ou pas ce qui oblige leur maître à changer de trottoir ou de rue dès leur approche, cela me pourrit l’existence, en revanche à l’extérieur ils se laissent caresser par les humains (adultes et surtout enfants) et sont parfaitement silencieux à la maison.

Désole pour ma réponse tardive. Je partage votre commentaire sur les réseaux sociaux pour avoir une meilleur réponse. Votre chienne réagit aux stimulus extérieur. Aboie t’elle quand elle est à l’intérieur ?

Pourquoi ? Par ce que si l’effet combiné du bruit, de la vaporisation ou du choc électrostatique interrompent bien l’activité indésirable, ce n’est que pour un instant et qu’il y a lieu de profiter de cet instant pour distraire le chien en lui donnant un autre centre d’intérêt.

Redevenez le dominant. Les aboiements pour attirer l’attention du maitre sont fréquents chez les chiens. Dans ce cas particulier, il faut cesser d’obéir à votre chien en cédant devant ses caprices. C’est vous, le maitre ! Bien évidemment, rectifier son comportement sera d’autant plus long et difficile qu’il aura été mal éduqué [1].

Quand vous croisez un autre chien et que le vôtre commence à aboyer il ne faut pas lui dire non car pour lui le non signifie “”tu n’y va pas tu n’as pas le droit”” des que vous croisez un chien faites assoir le votre et détournez lui son attention et répétez l’opération jusqu’a ce qu’il comprenne qu’il n’y a aucun danger

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un caniche qui fait le loup ?et toi qui ne dors pas tu met des boules quiests et le caniche du sparadrap au museau , non! je plaisante pour le sparadrap au museau du caniche . ce que tu fais pour le caniche qui aboie tu lui donne des jouets tu le fais bien marché la journée et après ils sera fatigué et il dormira. c’est la meilleure solution pour moins stressé et dormir.

J’ai une chienne “chien d’eau espagnol” de 3 ans qui court après les autres chiens et leur aboie dessus. Elle semble ne pas vraiment savoir jouer… si un chien l’ignore elle ne le lâche pas en aboyant dessus sans discontinuer. Elle ne vient pas quand je l’appelle alors qu’elle le fait très bien en temps normal. Elle fait ça aussi avec les personnes quand nous allons sur la plage. Je ne sais pas trop quoi faire. Quand elle revient enfin après avoir été rappelée je la récompense mais pendant la période où elle aboie je ne sais pas quoi faire…

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Static correction is a very mild tingle, and the collar adjusts the correction based on your dog’s temperament. She will quickly learn not to bark when the collar is on. As an added safety feature the Bark Control Collar will automatically shut off for 3 minutes if your dog barks 15 times or more within 50 seconds.

Certains chiens ont tendance à détester leur cage et à japper lorsqu’ils y sont confinés. Afin que le vôtre ne développe pas de phobies par rapport à sa cage, vous pouvez appliquer les conseils suivants :

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

Les drames récents ont entrainés une véritable stigmatisation des chiens et une peur chroniques des personnes les moins habituées aux animaux de compagnie. Ces personnes ont transmis leurs peurs à leurs enfants qui risqueront de hurler et de subir un grave choc psychologique en cas de bousculade, sans parler des blessures (le visage des enfants est à hauteur de gueule)

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When training your dog to stop barking, you should set up training exercises rather than waiting for the mailman to ring the doorbell. Begin training by doing the basics like come and stay (check out my other blog posts in the links). Be sure to reward your dog generously so that he knows to pay attention to you. Have a friend or family member do something that would typically trigger dog barking – like knock on the door. See if you can get your dog’s attention. The second he looks or even glances at you, reward him. If you can’t get your dog to stop barking after the trigger, take some steps backward. Wait until you can get your dog to do the simple tasks, like come and stay. Then, have your training partner lightly knock on the door or even tap the door with a finger. If you can get your dog’s attention, reward liberally! This may take several training session, so stick with it! Within a few weeks, you should be able to stop your dog barking!

Leash pulling is often successful for the dog because the person inadvertently reinforces the pulling by allowing their dog to get to where he wants to go when he pulls. But you can change this picture by changing the consequence for your dog.

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

Research your town or city’s anti-barking laws. Look online at your town or city’s codes, by-laws or dog legislation. There may be a code against unruly pets or incessant barking at night; many places have legislation or regulations in place that deal specifically with dogs and/or noise. There might also be a code covering ignoring requests from neighbors.

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

Use training methods. Teaching your dog the “quiet” command is an excellent training technique. It will be useful for any kind of problem barking, though it may be the only option for certain behavioral problems like territorial alarm barking.[67]

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

You can also work with a trainer to practice desensitization techniques that help your dog become accustomed to barking triggers and ultimately stop responding. Training takes consistency and patience, but the long-term rewards are worth it!

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

For this reason bark collars are considered by veterinary behaviorists to be a costly investment for something that most likely will not work long-term and may even be harmful. More exercise, chewing, company and stimulation can assist.

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.

Our senior Danish Dog Listener lives in Copenhagen. Down her street, every single house has been burgled, with one exception. That house is the one with Karina’s four Doberman living there. Now, I don’t know any burglars (I am not a ne’er-do-well) but I imagine that there are very, very few burglars who, upon seeing four Doberman running out into the garden and barking, will think to themselves, “I like a challenge!”

Your dog gets some kind of reward when he barks. Otherwise, he wouldn’t do it. Figure out what he gets out of barking and remove it. Don’t give your dog the opportunity to continue the barking behavior.

As you extend the amount of time that you’re out of your dog’s sight or behind closed doors, you should incorporate counterconditioning methods like a puzzle toy to keep her distracted. Try adding this component once you’re behind closed doors or out the back door for at least 10 to 20 seconds at a time.[33]

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.

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 tends 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.

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

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.

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!

Customizing a training solution for your dog’s specific type of bark will make it much easier to stop, and in some cases, prevent the barking from happening. The following tips are a mix of management solutions, which are easier to implement, as well as training suggestions, which require more time and dedication on your part.

An idle dog can be a bad thing, and one of the best ways to keep your dog out of trouble is simply to keep them busy. Lots of time barking can be a sign of pent-up energy that has no other way to get out. The good news is there are lots of products to help you do this and even DIYs you can make that will engage your dog’s brain and body. Here are a few ideas you can start with without dropping a dime:

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

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Try counterconditioning your dog. Counterconditioning is a common treatment method for dogs that typically involves training the dog to associate something fearful with a reward. In the case of separation anxiety, instead of fearing someone or something, the dog fears being left alone. To counter condition  separation anxiety, you’ll need to train your dog to associate being left alone with something the dog enjoys (like treats).[23]

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

ThunderShirt Anxiety Jacket – These vests are proven anxiety soothers. The wrap helps dogs prone to anxiety, over-stimulation, or those prone to compulsive barking, to calm down. It works by applying a gentle, constant pressure that soothes your pet.

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 in the garden and barks at passersby, make use of recall and praise your pet for returning to you rather than woofing. If you can’t supervise your dog in the garden, don’t leave them there on their own without something to do which will distract them away from what they want to bark at.

Don’t punish your dog if the barking is due to fright or separation anxiety. You may have the opposite effect of increasing his anxiety, and therefore, his barking. A Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist or Veterinary Behaviorist can give you specific directions for correcting this behavior.

Desensitize your dog to solitude. If your dog has moderate to severe separation anxiety, she most likely will not be cured overnight. A good way to get your dog more accustomed to solitude is to gradually desensitize her to being left alone and reinforce the fact that getting ready to leave does not mean abandonment. This is a slow process that will take several weeks of practice and consistency, but should prove effective for long-term results.[27]

If you want to find out more about what makes your dog tick, and what to do about any unwanted behaviour you may be experiencing, then The Dog Listener by Jan Fennell (my Mum) is available at your local library, online and in all good bookstores. If you would like more hands-on help, let me know.

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

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.

The collar wasn’t used properly and you obviously weren’t interested in the welfare of your dog if you weren’t checking how it was affecting it. Sounds like the collar was on constantly without checking to make sure it wasn’t hurting the dog. Maybe you had it turned all the way up. A lower setting barely shocks.

My 4 yr old neutered Bischon/ Maltese never stops barking unless he is eating or sleeping. I have 6 different collars to ” stop him from barking ” but none of them work !!! He is making me very stressed !!! I live across from my Superintendent.

If your dog is bored, getting a companion may help. Consider fostering through a rescue organisation. That way you are not necessarily committing, in case you end up with two problem barkers! You could also arrange a play-date with a friends dog, or think about booking your dog into doggy day-care. How to stop a dog from barking

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Depending on the breed and its personal character, some dogs are just like super heroes like mine when it comes to barking. First if something like barking competition competition ever exist. His barks are so piercing and High-pitched. Shock dog bark collar get him to behave right. We now recommends it strongly on our dog training website. Training them may take time, collars get them instant training. If it is a very aggressive dog, then he gets the correction most times and get along as time goes on. It all depends on the owner. Would you like to get complaints and issues because of your lovely dog?

Is your dog constantly barking? Maybe he just barks in all the inappropriate places and at the inappropriate times. Believe it or not, there is a strong possibility that it is your fault that the dog barks right now. Trying to punish him or using one of those horrible barking collars is something that you should never consider. Instead, here’s how to get your dog to stop barking the RIGHT way.

Teaching replacement behaviors may be time consuming, but ultimately it is the best way to encourage desirable behavior. Instead of responding to your dog’s vocal requests to play, for example, teach her to bring her favorite toy to you and set it on the floor.[13]

To be able to tackle problem barking, you must first determine what is causing your dog to bark in the first place. Once you answer the ‘why’, it will be much easier to come up with the ‘how’ – the solution to the problem.

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

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

Personally I feel horrible about it but we just had to get a shock collar for our dog today. We own a town home and today our neighbor told us she called our association and reported us for his barking. He’s always been a very well behaved, easily trainable dog, so we decided to let him stay out of his crate while away since we hate having to lock him up when we leave for extended hours occasionally. Day 1: absolutely great. He stayed in the baby gated area. Day 2: did not go well at all. He escaped the area, ate the cat food, pooped all over the house, chewed up tons of things… Behavior that he has never displayed before even when left out briefly. He was put back in the crate and ever since we’ve been having issues. He tries to escape it. He’s somehow dented it and he’s only 40 pounds. Tried covering and he ate the blanket. He’s even got scratch marks on his face from trying to escape and when he does, he destroys everything. Again this is a dog that has always been happy, never barked, never chewed anything up, never misbehaved. The only naughty things he did prior was potty a couple times as a puppy and I caught him licking my pizza when I went to use the restroom… Other than that he gets nothing but compliments on his great behavior. We moved his kennel to different areas of the house. We’ve left TVs on for background noise. But nothing works. This is brand new behavior and we have had him almost 2 yrs since he was 4 months. Our neighbor constantly is complaining and calling us that he’s barking when we leave. issue is we have only caught him 1x. We’ve definitely tried the whole routine of acting as if we’re leaving hoping we’ll catch and correct him. Putting him away and everything but quietly standing in the house for up to a half hour and heard absolutely nothing. We’ve caught him once when we came home where we could hear him outside barking from inside. Our neighbor has called us asking when we are coming home and just basically harassing us. It doesn’t help that she doesn’t work, so she is always home. We have tried numerous attempts to give him positive reinforcement taking him for walks, giving him treats, and giving him lots of love and affection before putting him in his crate. The neighbor still calls complaining. Nothing works. This is behavior that’s been going on for about six weeks. We had to get the shock collar because we really had no other choice except for let him continue then get more calls to our association and be told that we’re not allowed to have him anymore.

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]

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 the dog carries on barking, then go to where it is and look to see what the problem is. Do not pay attention to your dog at this point just in case it is doing it to try to get your attention on its terms (Simon Says is a game that dogs are VERY good at). Instead, show your dog that you are investigating the problem. Whether anything is there or not is not important. The main thing is that your dog sees you assessing the situation as the responsible one in the family. Give another “Thank you” and either take the dog away or just leave. Your dog sees that you have had a look and you do not think it is a problem. If your dog still continues after that, then quietly put your dog somewhere on its own until it is quiet. Your attitude is one of “Calm down”. Once you get silence, you can let your dog out again. If it goes back, repeat the process. If this happens three times then leave the dog in Time Out to show it that it really needs to chill out. This helps your pulse rate to stay low which will always have a good effect on your dog. The best leaders remain calm in a crisis.

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.

Absolutely. Imagine having someone yell “WAKE UP!!” at you for ten minutes in the middle of the night, every night. While the dog barking may not bother you, some people are light sleepers and sensitive to sound. I know my wife suffers physical chest pain when our neighbor’s dog barks at 5 a.m (probably due to the stress and the jolt of being forced awake).

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What you want to do is first focus on teaching your dog the “Speak” command. This is really easy as the dog will react to you. Make sure that you practice this when the dog is not barking. After the command is learned, you want to teach the “Quiet” command. Use any trigger word that you feel comfortable with. When the dog barks, you signal him by putting your fingers to your lips and saying the trigger word. A dog naturally picks up physical signals much faster than a voice command. That is why the gesture helps. After some practice and after you hand out treats as the dog does what he is supposed to, all you need to do is calmly say the trigger word when the dog starts barking and barking will stop.

I’m not sure what to do with my rough collie. I understand her need to herd–we often let people walk ahead of us, just so she’s satisfied. Her issue is barking at anything on wheels, but not cars or bikes. The vacuum cleaner is her enemy. She growls, and snaps and nips. Even if I’m upstairs and she hears it moving, she goes crazy. The other annoying one is if anyone sneezes! She goes nuts! And squirt bottles/mops! Makes cleaning tough!What techniques do you recommend? Right now, I apologize for sneezing, and I put her in the yard while I vacuum, to remove the stimulus.

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

Talk to your neighbors and explain to them about your condition and see if they can come up with a solution first. If this doesn’t help, you may have to call law enforcement. If it is affecting your quality of life, this should be taken seriously.

“It’s an alert. It can be communication that someone’s there. It can be to tell someone not to come closer,” Aga says. “They have play barks, they have attention-seeking barks and they bark out of boredom. There are a lot of reasons, but it’s all instinctual, primal communication.”

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

The trick in getting the dog to stop barking is assessing the cause. This practically means that you have to identify why your dog barks in the first place and then see what you can do. We cannot tell you why your dog is barking. You want to try to do your best to identify the problem. If you cannot, it is time to contact a dog trainer as he can easily tell you why the dog barks.

There was the time I was engrossed in writing an article and our dogs were alarm-barking ferociously. Resisting the urge just to tell them to stop, I reluctantly got up to investigate. No, the house wasn’t on fire, but I did find our horses running down the driveway toward the road.

If your dog suffers from separation anxiety, it is a good idea to set up a safe and quiet placed for them when you aren’t home. Choose a room in your home that is away from the front door and with limited distractions from the outside world. This can be a back bedroom, laundry room or spare space.

Contrary to popular belief, dogs do not pull on the leash while being walked because they want to be pack leader, top dog, alpha or dominant over their human. There is a much simpler explanation that does not give credence to the myth that dogs are on a quest for world domination!

Block the dog’s view. If the dog barks every time it sees movement, blocking its view of your movements might help. Increase the height of your fence or close off areas where the dog sees movement. If the dog is being set off by your cats or other pets moving in the yard at night, this might be enough to quieten the dog.

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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?

Dogs want to and need to be busy. They have to be mentally challenged. Unfortunately, this is so much easier said than done. When he barks too much, it might be because he is bored and one way to solve this is to go for obedience training. The great thing about it is that he will also learn that Quiet command that you might have difficulties in training him. At the same time, training will help the both of you to establish a much stronger relationship as you will end up understanding each other at a whole new level.

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.

I notice that the halti or other head collars were not mentioned. I have a breed that is just made to pull and I have finally found a head collar that works for us although I would love to modify the part that goes over the nose. (I actually have purchased two of similar design and a mix of the two would be ideal) The person who makes the one I am using is a bit of an um, interesting character on the fb page and on the web but thus far the apparatus works really well for control. I really don’t want my dog at heel for the whole walk, but as the article says, the dog’s idea of walking right along and mine are pretty different, particularly as I am now more disabled and use a cane. We used to walk one to two miles a day, but that has become impossible so we are mixing a play date with a friend and shorter walks a couple of times a week. What the walk has always been for us is a time to practice those things his fluffy brain would like to forget!!

If your dog barks at people coming to the door, at people or dogs walking by your property, at people or dogs he sees on walks, and at people or dogs he sees through the fence, and his barking is accompanied by whining, tail wagging and other signs of friendliness, your dog is probably barking to say hello. He most likely barks the same way when family members come home. How to stop a dog from barking