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To a degree, barking is a normal communication for a dog to alert you that someone’s at the door. Applying a den concept by providing a space within your house will give the dogs a sense of security and send a signal to them that things are in your hands. Separating the dogs will help break the “dynamic duo” pattern and create a new way of greeting guests. Both dogs will learn (over time) to greet guests individually and enjoy your guests one at a time until a new pattern as a greeting evolves. The issue that alarms me, as a trainer, is not so much the barking at the front door, but rather the barking at your guests when they get up from the table.

This type of behavioural modification will benefit your dogs and you can reclaim your own house. An author, television and radio personality, she has been dubbed “Best Dog Trainer in LA” by Los Angeles magazine. The two of them barking at a movement can represent the beginning of an even bigger territorial issue.
Another great thing to do in order to reverse this “bark fest” is to have the guest who is saying hello, do so with a cookie. Here’s the translation and meaning behind those barks and the scoop on how to solve the problem.

This process is what creates the eye contact and gives the positive direction from you to your dog that was missing. The most awesome thing you can do is to get organized and redirect your dogs prior to guests coming over.

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Comments to «How to train dog not to bark at guests»

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