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To teach a dog not bark means to communicate to your dog so that he knows when and where it is appropriate to bark. The very first thing to do is to look for any sort of triggering aspect of the barking. Here are 7 methods to teach a dog not to bark :

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      Cathie Beck wrote Aug 26, 2011
    • Thanks! I feel better about how I handle my wanna be barker. ;oD  

      I do go to the door and look out the window and tell him, “There’s nobody.” and he will stop barking. On the way to the door, I pat him on the head and tell him, “Good Boy” unless it’s the 3rd time in a row he’s barked.  

      When he’s outside, I immediately call him in and it’s taken some time but now he lets out a bark (just one) and comes to the door knowing I’m going to call him inside.  

      Cathie



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