BarxBuddy 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.
We recognize as a dog owner, it’s your choice on whether to use an electronic training collar. With that said, BarxBuddy does not recommend using an electronic training collar for any reason. Why? Because we know there are better ways to address unwanted behaviors like barking. For this reason, we feel it’s time to talk
Too Much Doggie Barking in the Window? Are your days filled with your dog aggressively barking at windows? You can’t fault them for it — alert barking at the window is a dog’s most important job. You don’t want to have to shutter your windows to deprive everyone from the beauty of the outdoors, yet
Welcome to our guide to understanding why dogs bark. Below the team from BarxBuddy reviews how to use our signature product, The BarxBuddy ultrasonic training device, to control barking dogs (even if they’re not yours). We at BarxBuddy often are asked to demonstrate and explain how to use ultrasonic technology to train dogs, especially when
Demand Barks and Barking for Attention — How to Control Your Dog’s Bossy Behavior Do you have a bossy dog that rules the roost? You know the kind of dog we’re talking about: She manipulates you and the situation, to her favor. She paws, whines, stares, nips, growls, and barks you into submission, giving her
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
Oh, how to stop a dog from barking at other dogs … Does your dog love people but go ballistic when it sees other dogs? Or maybe she barks at all living things with equal enthusiasm? Wouldn’t it be nice to take your dog for a walk and not have it pull and bark when
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
Why Does My Dog Bark at Everything That Passes By? “My dog barks at everything that passes by, and it’s driving me crazy.” We hear that a lot. Yes, you can train your dog to stop annoying barking, and you can teach it when it is OK to bark. “But I’ve tried, but my dog barks at every
According to the ASPCA, dogs that are adopted from rescue shelters or adopted during adulthood tend to have separation anxiety more than dogs that are raised by the same family since puppyhood. And this makes sense, right? Dogs get attached to their owners and when they’re lost, orphaned, or surrendered to a shelter, this etches
Not All Dogs are ‘Crated’ Equally When crate training your dog, you might notice your dog barking in its crate and at night while crated. This behavior can become problematic and force some sleepless nights on you if not handled quickly. Let’s take a look at what you can do to control your dog’s behavior.
Is Your Dog a Chronic Car Chaser? Do you have a dog that barks at cars when they pass by? Does he lie in wait near the road just to chase cars? If your dog chases cars or is overly enthusiastic when he sees vehicles pass by, he’s taking part in some very dangerous behavior
Was Your Dog Born to Bark? Ever notice how your neighbor’s dog is quiet, while yours barks like a fool at the slightest movement or sound in the neighborhood? While your dog’s reaction to his environment drives you crazy, there might be a sound reason for his demeanor such as age, training, history, and other