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Stop That Bark: How To Stop A Dog Barking
Stop That Bark: How To Stop A Dog Barking
Stop That Bark: How To Stop A Dog Barking
Stop That Bark: How To Stop A Dog Barking
Stop That Bark: How To Stop A Dog Barking

Stop That Bark: How To Stop A Dog Barking

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It’s completely natural for dogs to bark, and it’s one of their most essential forms of communication after energy and body language. Dogs will bark as a warning, to guard their pack and territory. They’ll also bark to express excitement.

Those forms of barking are hardly ever a nuisance and don’t last for very long. That’s the reason why nuisance barking generally has the same cause and the same solution. When a dog barks too much, it’s almost always telling you that he’s bored and is searching for stimulation or a challenge.

Unavoidably, excessive barking signifies there’s a problem with the human, and not the dog; there’s something not balanced in the pack, so the dog’s needs are not being satisfied. The barking is the sole method the dog has to inform you something is wrong. This eBook will try to help you, dog owners, to figure out why your dog is barking excessively and what you can do to handle the situation.

CONTENT AND CHAPTERS

 

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER ONE – Understanding Why Your Dog Barks

Why Dogs Bark

Territorial Barking

Alarm Barking

Attention-Seeking Barking

Greeting Barking

Compulsive Barking

Socially Facilitated Barking

Frustration-Induced Barking

Other Issues That Induce Barking

Illness or Injury

Separation-Anxiety Barking

How to Handle Your Dog’s Excessive Barking

If It’s Territorial Barking or Alarm Barking

“Quiet” Training

CHAPTER TWO – Training Your Dog to Reduce Barking

Succeeding Steps with His Other ‘Humans’

Greeting Barking

Steps to Take to Reduce Excessive Dog Barking

Compulsive Barking

Anti-Bark Collars

What NOT to Do

CHAPTER THREE – Curbing the Instinct of Barking

When Barking Becomes a Nuisance

Increased Vocalization in Dogs

Troublesome Crying, Whimpering and Barking

Indicators and Types:

Triggers

Diagnosis

Treatment

Management

CHAPTER FOUR – Howling and Whining

Issues to Rule-Out First

Separation Anxiety Howling

Health-related Causes

How to Handle Excessive Howling

Howling in Responds to Sounds

Systematic Desensitization and Counter-conditioning

Disregard your Dog’s Attention-Seeking Howling

Reward your Dog for being Quiet

Why Do Dogs Whine?

Other Issues That May Cause Whining

How to Handle Excessive Whining

Steps to Avoid Whining

CHAPTER FIVE – Common Questions

My dog is barking excessively – what can I do?

My neighbor’s dog is constantly barking and disturbing me. What can I do?

Should I use an anti-barking collar to treat my dog’s barking problem?

What can I do if my dog has separation anxiety?

CONCLUSION

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