The Dog Silencer Pro: Why Dogs Bark
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The Dog Silencer Pro:
Why Dogs Bark
It is important to understand that dogs will bark for various reasons.
They do not bark just to annoy you and your neighbors, nor do they bark for spite or revenge.
Dogs don’t bark just because they can (though it might seem that way at times).
Certain dog breeds bark more than others – some types of dogs were actually bred to be barkers.
Then again, the Basenji does not bark at all (though the breed can vocalize in other ways).
If you listen closely, you will eventually learn your dog’s different barks.
Understanding the reason why your dog barks is the first step towards controlling the behavior and deciding whether or not theDog Silencer Pro is for you..
In general, dogs will most commonly bark for the following reasons:
It is natural for a dog to bark when someone is a the door or when strangers pass the house or car.
Many will bark if they sense some type of threat, proclaiming “I’m here protecting this place so don’t mess with me.”
The sound of this bark is usually sharp, loud and authoritative.
Honing this instinct with training can help protect your home and family.
Anxious barking often seems to be an an act of self-soothing for many dogs.
It is often high-pitched and sometimes accompanied by whining.
This type of barking is common for dogs with separation anxiety.
This type of barking is especially common in puppies and young dogs.
Many dogs will bark while playing with people or other dogs.
Even the sound of the bark tends to sound upbeat and possibly musical.
Some dogs will bark excitedly when they know they are about to go for a walk or car ride.
When you hear this bark, you will usually know just what it means.
This bark says “Hey! Hey! Look! Here I am!”
Other dogs may whine and bark together to get attention, almost like the tone of a whining child.
The bark of a bored dog sounds like a dog that barks just to hear her own voice.
Though it tends to be annoying, it is also kind of sad.
Bored dogs often bark to release excess energy, and sometimes bark out of loneliness.
They usually need an activity and perhaps even a companion.
Responding to Other Dogs:
This is probably a familiar scenario – one dog down the street starts barking, and one by one the rest of your block joins in.
It’s like a cacophonous rendition of Row Your Boat.
Dogs Barking Fight
Boxer, Labrador, Brown Bitch and the small White Black Dog
A morning ritual, where the 5 dogs (1 not in photo) bark “hoarse and saliva” at each other for 5 minutes. It helps them get ready for the day
Does your pup have more than a barking problem?
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