How to Teach Your Dog Not to Bark, Humanely and Effectively: 3 Things You Can Do Right Now

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    1. Literally millions of pets in shelters wouldn’t mind if you bring a bag of treats and spend some time training them. You do not need a dog to help one! 🙂

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    1. Jimmy Travens true I got a golden retriever and he is just SUPER playful and now he obeys me

  4. got a husky and looking for ways to train my dog with barking and i have watched a few of your videos. keep up the good work, your are very informative and knowledgeable.

    1. Well I agree, because the dog needs a strong commanding calm leader. This guy is not relaxing or commanding. You can still be positive when doing it. But you MUST take the alpha position!!! Otherwise the dog will!!!

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    2. I knew about Cesar 5 years ago only learnt about this guy 2 hours ago and and a dog needs a alpha commanding and in control this guy isn’t any of them and he deals with dogs who are basically trained Cesar dealt with killer dogs and weren’t trained he got bit so many times and he is broke now and his best friend died so shut up

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  7. I’ve joined the dog training revolution because I find positive reinforcement much more effective than positive punishment based training. I love these videos because they are so helpful and I relish at the fact that this revolution is only getting stronger and bigger.

    1. CreamyBlu Zuniga Balanced training has no punishment in it. At least, good balanced trainers don’t. You gotta learn to tell your dog no.

    1. Toby Plays Games my dog is a 8 year old morkie and she barks all day long when I’m not in the house and she also barks at my dad randomly and literally tries to kill him and she seems so aggressive, she barks at other dogs and she tries to bite them and fight with them whether its a small dog or a big dog. my dog also barks at some noises, she barks when I say “ch ch ch”, and she barks at a few other things.

    2. Connie Monsterbaker A morkie right so it has yorkie. Yorkies are very very very!!! Over protective. They are mostly used as guard dogs because of barking. They are small and are very outside natural colours. So they try hiding if they can see perfectly and keep barking. If they can’t they will move around and run around and jumping to see if there is. My yorkie would sit at the door for 30mins. Again, they are protective about you or your family sometimes but most when it’s dogs it’s space. My yorkie and the neighbors yorkie takes turns barking trough the fence. It is very hard to make them quiet because of their personality.

    1. They could have. I have one and my dog wouldn’t stop barking. He wasn’t as bad as this but it was annoying. When I tried this with him it worked very quickly. A lot of the time websites about australian shepherds say that they’re stubborn but they never say how much they bark.

    2. Weslea Kirkpatrick yeah really, especially when you get a puppy, it looks like the owners don’t even keep her stimulated and exercised, which is where the barking probably came from

    1. Rachel Gregis try it as soon as possible my dog would no bark ever when she was young then suddenly started barked alot but teaching them no speak takes a while and patience

    2. I have a Border Collie, he is exercised several times a day. The problem is when I’m inside the house and he’s outside, he runs from one neighbors fence where kids are in their backyard playing on their swings or trampoline continually barking, then he’ll run to the other side where neighbours are in their back yard and he will run along the fence barking.
      So far someone has left a note on my window saying they will report him for barking and for me to do something about it.
      I have been calling him inside which is like rewarding him. I honestly don’t know what to do. I’ve stood in the yard and told him in a harsh voice “bad boy” each time he has barked then when he stops I say “Good boy”. He still barks continually. This has only been going on for about 3 weeks, previous to that he hardly barked.
      I’m at my wits end and have no idea how much he barks when I have to go out….What do I do?

    1. Distrex
      No, not really. If the dog excessively barks and you don’t like it, the worst thing to do is give it attention and most of the time, attention is what the dog would be barking for. It’s like giving the dog a treat for barking and then get mad at her for barking. It’s a form of reward and it will either confuse him and/or tell him that it’s okay to bark

    2. Distrex
      No, don’t ignore it, but don’t reward it either. Give it a negative action so the dog knows that barking to much is a bad thing.

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