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By Bug8Frog / Tuesday 30 July 2013 06:42 / United States - Anchorage
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By  realdealcm  |  16

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  TheDrifter  |  22

And try multiple techniques. I always used the sharp reprimand and a glare technique, but I got one rescue dog that would simply cower and pee until you looked away and them go back to what it was doing. I ended up going to the spray bottle.

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  HaraAishi  |  22

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By  Wakachulak  |  38

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  perdix  |  29

#7, unless your dogs are pulling your sled, herding your sheep or retrieving the ducks you shot, that inversion of who rules whom has already occurred! But my dog is so adorable, I don't mind!

By  Dawnstempest  |  34

That's a little cruel. Yes, barking is annoying. But you should have known a dog will bark before you got it. It's like getting a cat and expecting it not to jump, or a bird to fly. If you want something without those qualities, then that is the pet you should have gotten.

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  Zimmington  |  34

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Not all dogs are the same. Some hardly bark while others bark uncontrollably for no apparent reason. OP maybe was maybe hoping for a dog who seldomly barks, but with all that aside I do disagree with their actions. Why buy such a cruel device when you can easily set aside time to teach a dog not to bark excessively.

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  RedPillSucks  |  34

My dog hardly barks at all. If someone were to break into the house, he's either run to get his tennis ball so they could play with him, or he's show them where all the cash and electronics are. But he would do so quietly.

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  TheDrifter  |  34

I find the closer to the size of a football the dog is, the more likely it is to bark incessantly, for no apparent reason. That's why I like my cat, moderate in size but almost completely silent unless it feels it has information that I require.

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  Sora_McKain  |  34

Yodelay-yodelay-yodelay-he-boo! lol, That is what I imagined when I read your comment lol. I gave three Japanese Chins, they rarely bark but what they lack in barking 've g t bfn eye make up for with howling. (Hooody-hooody-hoody-hooo is what Rey sound like lol)

By  bellydancer82  |  26

A squirt bottle or hitting a rolled up magazine on top of their crate seems to work nicely. Sorry your dog is annoying you, but you do need to teach it discipline early to save yourself some trouble later on. Good luck!

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  VeganVampyre  |  26

You keep your dog in a crate? They aren't inanimate objects, you know. What the hell kind of life do you think that is for your poor dog? How would you like to be kept in a crate?

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  MaryJane75  |  26

A lot of people train their dogs using crates/kennels and it is even recommended by vets and dog trainers. It helps potty train them and it keeps them from getting into things they're not supposed to at night or when you're not home.

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  bellydancer82  |  26

Considering we have many dogs, male and female, they can't all be out at the same time or they might fight and get hurt. We only put them in a cage at night, and even then they're pretty large and I wake up at 6 AM to let them out. Stop overreacting.

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