5 Best Tips to Stop Puppy From Excessive Barking
5 Best Tips to Stop Puppy From Excessive Barking "Everyone realize how whining, howling and barking can cause stress and it is your job to find out the cause of the such problem. If you ignore, it can become a lifetime habit!
Can you imagine how your life would be? You definitely don't want this happen!
Here is a checklist for you to make sure whether your puppy is making excessive barking or not:
Hungry, thirsty, sick, afraid or anxious, wanting his toy, temperature problem, needs to go potty, its crate is uncomfortable or he is alone.
If your puppy is making excessive barking noise after all the needs above is fulfilled, it is unacceptable. Hence we provide you 5 Best Tips to Stop Puppy Barking.
5 Best Tips to Stop Puppy Barking
1. Correct the misbehavior and be consistent with it
Tell your puppy to stop barking with a strict look and meant to correct the behaviour voice. But do not just stop there. Your puppy might repeat it again right after you stop telling him. Be patient and wait until your puppy really get what you mean first before you walk away.
2. Keep calm and NEVER get frustrated
We know constantly making such noises will get you irritated but please do stay calm. Your puppy will continue barking if you get frustrated because your emotion reflects on them. Take a deep breath and figure out how to stop him.
3. Reason of barking and FOCUS
Are you alert that your puppy is barking at the same object, place or person? Well then you have to know why is it happen so. Demonstrate a confident and calm in the right way and you will be able to take control. Do it with a 100% focus and the results may surprise you.
4. Stop barking physically and mentally
Excessive barking = excessive energy. You can try release the energy in a productive way such as bringing him for a walk. Whereas mentally you can try games that involve training too such as obedience game. Find yourself one that you and your puppy can enjoy safely.
5. Avoid situations that your puppy may bark early as possible
For example if your puppy often bark when you come home or when he see others people approach your door, make sure you greet your puppy before he begin to bark and gets your puppy attention by ask it for a command before it barks when he see strangers.
And now, finally you can have some peace!"