Many owners ignore these warning signs and later on end up with a disobedient, aggressive, and dominant dog.
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www.pamsdogacademy.com First, I want to say that Bandit does love his crate. He will just go in his crate when he is tired at home and when we travel he is sound asleep in his crate. If I could read Bandit’s mind, I would say that he barks out of frustration in the crate when at agility. He wants to be out playing on the equipment, swimming, catching frisbee’s, etc… He knows that we do fun things at the agility field and he does not want to be in his crate while I am out there walking around. (setting up the field, etc…) So, instead of just letting him bark; like many do. I decided that I would work on this behavior and slowly build it to where he learns to be quiet and calm in his crate at agility. He is the same way when he is waiting his turn for another dog or Isabelle to run the course. So, you will see in my next video how I have worked on that as well. The GREAT things about dog is that they teach us how to be patient. Sure I could yell and scream at him to “Be Quiet” like many do, but I do not think that makes the dogs “Be Quiet”. I think that it only stresses them out more and we all know how stress effects humans. I am sure that dogs are not any different. If stress keeps continuing on a daily basis there is bound to be some health problems occur. So. I do not believe yelling will solve the issue, but rather make it worse. Have patience with your dog and train him to be calm in those environments that are over stimulating or exciting or that stress him out …
Train your dog to stop barking by training them to bark on command and ignoring off-command barking, or redirecting barking dogs with a toy or crate. Use cooked chicken or natural dog treats to reinforce dog training with tips from a professional dog trainer in this free video on dog obedience. Expert: Heidi Dixner Contact: www.redrovercomeover.com Bio: Heidi Dixner is the owner of Red Rover Pet Services in Nashville, Tenn. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge Video Rating: 3 / 5
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! barking dog annoying how to train a dog to love objects that used to be scary behavior modification and counter conditioning using clicker training marker training to solve a behavioral issue. Video Rating: 4 / 5