Monday, March 18, 2013

Avoiding Excessive Barking

Dog barks; that is their voice, they bark from loneliness, excitement, or boredom. They bark in aggression, fear, or play. Dogs are usually medium-vocal breed, but too much barking can become a problem if left unchecked. 

 Determine the cause of excessive barking by observing your dog’s behavior. When is he barking? Where is he when he barks? Which direction does he face when barking? What can be seen and heard from his favorite barking position? These are all important clues to solving the problem. 

A dog that spends a great deal of time in a yard or kennel may bark for many reasons. Dogs are group-living animals that can suffer from loneliness just as humans can. An isolated dog is a miserable as shipwrecked sailor. If you don’t have the time to exercise, train and play with your dog, he will spend his life waiting for attention you are unable to give. Don’t forget to spend quality time to bond with your dogs and play with them to avoid excessive barking and boredom of your dog. 

You can also use a Dogtra No Bark Collar, specially designed for small to medium dogs. It is a best tool to train your dog to avoid excessive barking. Having good buddies will make good companion and neighbors. Teach your dog to learn polite house manners so he can be brought into the house with the rest of the family. That will solve his barking problem.


Give your dog a reward by giving him a food for a treat, and a toy to play. It is important to train our dogs and keep them happy and well behaved as they enjoying their life with us. Always remember a good pooch friend will always be a great reward to a dog owner. Start playing and training your dog, that they will enjoy their lifestyle with you! 

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