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How to train your dog not to bark – episode 2- barking at scary objects



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All dogs bark. Dogs bark to communicate. Barking tells us there is something wrong, that the dog is feeling some sort of emotion- fear, anxiety, stress, arousal, etc. To punish a dog for this natural behavior that it has evolved to do is cruel. However most people don’t know how to solve common barking issues with their dogs, and so feel there is no choice. I plan to make a series of episodes on barking covering all barking issues and how to train your dog not to bark in those situations. In this video I will be showing you a simple exercise on how to change your dogs emotional state using clicker training or (saying the word ‘yes’). When you change a dogs emotional state from fearful, stressed, aroused, to that of calm relaxed confident and happy, all the symptoms disappear (such as barking).

Hope you enjoy!

Happy training!

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23 comments

  1. " Getting our dog to obey orders has been a big issue, and we fear this do not turn to some serious problem[Go Here== https://plus.google.com/u/0/115557579011061481628/posts/9oegaoEuLkQ ]. It was Doggy Dan's online video training that we got all the tools, and information to become successful with our dog and to have it under our full control. This is just great."

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  2. "Getting our dog to obey orders has been a big issue, and we fear this do not turn to some serious problem [Details Here === https://plus.google.com/u/0/102443457991099589207/posts/L53Wxutrx2j ]. It was Doggy Dan's online video training that we got all the tools, and information to become successful with our dog and to have it under our full control. This is just great."

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  3. my dog barks when other dogs bark :/

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  4. It's very uncomfortable if your puppy keeps jumping up on people.

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  5. Taking your dog into other people's yards, especially when they have put in time, energy, and money into decorations might not be the way to make friends, especially if the dog relieves himself on the property or the decorations!  I'm a dog lover and pretty tolerant of other people and their animals, but some people are not; what would be the result to the dog if the property's owner came out and began to yell abusively?

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  6. lololol really get over it

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  7. Videos of this nature make Youtube amazing. They consistently make me smile.

    But a great number of folks are slowly KILLING their family dogs – without understanding it!!! The junk companies put into pet food brings about many forms of cancer and tends to make pet dogs pass away young. I learned the tough way when my doggie passed away at 5. If you have a pet dog and you want to help save its life and be sure your pet lives for longer then search for Double Life Dog Diet (Look in Google.)

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  8. do you have video for dogs that barks and screms at cars, I have a client with that problem
    thanks

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  9. I tried this but throwing a bunch of trash in my front yard made my neighbors bark at me instead

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  10. do you have a video on teaching a dog "check it out"? it would be veeeeerrryyy helpful!
    thanks!

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  11. @claudiapau21 border collie jeje yo tengo un golden

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  12. @claudiapau21 border collie

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  13. this is pretty helpful… I have a 7 month old Border Collie that barks all the time. I'm gonna try these techniques and hope it works… at least a little. Thanks for posting the video.

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  14. This really worked! In just a few days of working on this we were able to see great progress. It's really helped to build our little dog's confidence. Not only does he know what do when he's spooked, he's getting better at staying calm in new situations. Thanks again!

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  15. Anyhow, any and all help you can come up with will be greatly appreciated, I've tried nearly everything bar a barking-collar now, and I really don't want to electrocute my dog because she's expressing herself. :/

    Thanks alot in advance.
    /Mats

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  16. So, I realize that it might be easier with my friends because ofcourse, my mind set is more at ease with my own friends, and a bit more reserved with complete strangers (unless they have a friendly looking dog with em.)
    And I'm aware that my state of mind will be portrayed to some degree in the dog. However, I also want her to realise that I'm the alpha male, if something is incorrect, I will deal with it, she shouldn't "protect" me unless I really need it, get what I'm trying to say?

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  17. And to continue, barking at strangers, especially males in dark clothing. Now, my dog is a German Shepherd and a British Foxhound mix (about 75/25), so she's got quite strong guard instincts. I'm constantly introducing her to new people, luckily, I got quite a large circle of friends, and that's… usually fine. I use positive reinforcement when she's not barking, and calling her to me when she is. And I use the command "go greet" when I want her to say hello.

    to be continued…

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  18. I got an inquiry as a follow up to these 2 episodes, my dog has seased with barking towards inanimate objects, just as you taught yours, I taught her to check it out, positively reinforcing when she dared to get closer to the object.

    However, two issues remain, strangers (especially males in dark clothing) and being left outside of a store.
    The issue is, if I leave her alone, she barks, but if I leave someone with her, she doesn't. So, how can I positively reinforce when I can't be next to her?

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  19. Wow, this is really amazing! I just I had seen it awhile ago, or it had been posted a couple years ago. My dog, Which is a Chiuahaha; Jittery and jumpy. She learned that we let her bark at things outside. and she won't learn now that she's set in her way…

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  20. 1st of all she have very good legs 2nd its not right 2 over feed dog when training like this u must do it only when u want 2 plz him and after he do what u want from him .

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  21. maybe a vid on how to train a dog not to bark while playing with other dogs??? i have a fox terrier and shes driving me crazy with the barking, but she only barks when playing with my other dogs

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  22. "Nobody builds their confidence by being pushed into any situation" – I take it you disagree with the Dog Whisperer's ideas then?

    I agree that forcing animals into doing what you want them to do, rises their anxiety, even if it seems to work right away.

    THanks for your positive training methods!

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  23. im not trying to say wht u are doing is wrong but all i wanna say is the dog is mostly doin what u say because of the food 😀 but i surpose if it work for u then great 🙂 nice vids apart from that .

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