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Do you have a barking dog problem ? Need some dog barking control help? This page has advice to prevent dog barking sounds from ever coming out of your dog again (unless you want them to bark of course)!
When new dog owners first take home their adorable puppy, they are not aware of the barking and yelping that is common for young puppies first coming home.
This is also true of older dogs that have been adopted. This is especially true for those first few nights when the new four-legged member of the family tries to sleep.
The reason behind a barking dog problem and or crying can be the fear of being alone. For the young puppy you will hear the dog barking sounds because they have been taken away from the litter and their mother, so they are naturally upset.
For those recently adopted dogs it is the new surroundings and smells that cause anxiety and barking and whining.
So what can be done to get dog barking control ?
If you run to your dog and try and sooth them from their crying you are not getting rid of the barking dog problem the correct way. Instead you are only feeding the behavior and are creating a spoiled dog.
On the other hand, if you just close the door, and do not get in dog barking control, their incessant dog barking sounds and whining will keep you and other family members from sleeping.
These methods will only help if you are there and are able to do something. The real problem arrises when you are away when the dog barks (or it is out of your reach).
Some other options that you can use when you're not around, or if the tips above don't work could be:
Dog Shock Collars - they sound extreme, and we didnt' we didn't want to use these, but read more on this, and why it's not so bad.
Ultrasonic Control - Perhaps your neighbor has a barky dog? Maybe you're averse to shock. This sound activates when a dog barks only.
Citronella Collar - Another option. We share our experience with the citronella bark collar.
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