Barking- Episode 3 – barking on a walk -dog training

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This is the third episode in the series of Barking. In this episode I will show you the beginning exercises on how to teach your dog not to bark on a walk. Stay tuned and Subscribe to see other exercises that are very useful for reactive dogs and dogs that are hyperactive. All these exercises benefit ANY dog, not just fearful, reactive or aroused dogs. These same exercises are GREAT for dogs with little impulse control, the kind of dog that wants to pull towards everything on a walk. ———————– When a dog becomes aroused or reactive, it is due to chemicals being released by the brain, effecting the dogs behavior. Not only does a dogs behavior change because of these chemicals and stress hormones, but their heart beat, respiration, and blood flow will change too. Jerking a dogs neck will not reduce these chemicals, instead it will INCREASE them. Barking can be reinforcing, so the more a dog is allowed to bark the more likely they will continue barking in the future. When you and your dog are surprised on a walk and your dog starts to bark, simply say “Let’s Go” and move briskly in the opposite direction. You can use this cue whenever you change direction unexpectedly or need to move from an area that is causing your dog to be over their threshold. Here are some tips: 1-when on a walk cross the street to set your dog up for success 2-If you have a very fearful or reactive dog, simply change the direction of your walk when you see something your dog wont be able
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25 comments on “Barking- Episode 3 – barking on a walk -dog training

  1. SoulReaper1900

    This came in handy, Thanks.

  2. Emily, my dog has gotten so reactive to cats and squirrels in the back yard that he is injuring himself by jumping against the fence. He’s better when on a walk but I hope that–by using your methods–I can change his behavior in the yard. Before he gets badly hurt.

  3. mrblackopskiller1

    my dog doesnt bark at other dogs unless the dog is like a foot away but she doesnt bark at other dogs if there in there fence ??? still fallow these steps???

  4. What can I do if my dogs bark in the backyard when he sees a squirrel? The love squirrels and in the morning there are a bunch that love to torment them. I try to stop them but it doesn’t work for the most part. I dont want to wake the neighbors. Help…

  5. My dog is barking and getting mentally blocked when we meet dogs she don’t know. Won’t turning around tell her “yes, I think this is really scary too! Lets go the other way!” And maybe get her more scared?

    I really trust your methods, but this is the opposite to what other trainers have told me. But none of their methods have worked (like going around the other dogs or getting her to sit-staywhen they pass and such).

    Could you show this with a reactive dog?

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