Dog Barking Guides

The BarxBuddy Dog Barking Guide explains why dogs bark and offers solutions to stop annoying dog barking. We are committed to providing products for dogs that are humane and effective. Within this guide, you will find articles about the many reasons dogs bark — they want your attention, they’re alarmed, they’re bored. In your dog’s mind, he has one job: Protect and defend you, your property, and your family. How? He makes noise, not only to alarm potential intruders but also to let you know, “something isn’t right.” Sometimes, however, your dog barks simply because he or she wants your attention or they’re hungry. How do you know the difference? Learn to speak dog. Our goal with this dog barking guide is to help you learn to speak “dog.” Understand why your dog is barking so you can address the triggers and teach your dog “quiet” commands.

Strangers, Visitors, Intruders: Teaching Your Dog The Difference (and When It’s OK to Bark)

Dog barking can be frustrating for us humans, because we’re (somewhat) reasonable creatures — we know when to be quiet and when to speak up. Dogs? Not so much. They look to us for cues. That said, some dogs can be easier than others to train, for several reasons. Breed: Some dog breeds lend themselves …

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Dogs That Howl, Whine & Bay … and How to Stop Dogs Howling and Barking

Howling vs. Whining vs. Baying: What Is the Difference? Dogs use several sounds to communicate with humans and fellow canines; the most familiar is barking. Lesser common sounds include howling, whining, and baying. To understand your dogs howling and barking, and how you can best meet your dog’s needs, you need to understand the difference …

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