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|08-26-2009, 04:42 PM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2009
Barks at my Husband All the time
We are having a big problem with our 6 month old Minnie, my husband plays ball with her and lately she is constantly barking and growling at him. We feel it is that she is demanding he play with her. She does it whenever he walks in the house or sits in a chair, we thought ignoring it would work but she will keep it up for an hour. Lately we have been putting her in the kitchen with the gate up. She does it mostly at our summer home.
Any other suggestions?
|08-26-2009, 05:02 PM||#2|
Action Jackson ♥
Join Date: Dec 2008
Pennies in a can!
Get an empty soda or coffee can and fill it with some pennies/coins, every time she barks, shake it and say "quiet" or "no bark!" Whichever you want to use. It's worked for a lot of us here on this site.
Squirt bottles work for Jackson when he barks at my dad's cats. Just a quick squirt gets him to stop!
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|08-28-2009, 07:33 AM||#4|
YT 1000 Club Member
Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Miami, FL,USA
Totally agree .....
You have to make a loud enough noise or yell to get him to stop
Then make the command ... No Bark!
I have a barker myself
and it takes fortitude because Yorkies are vocal little guys
But they do listen and you will stop the barking if you keep at it
Mike and Zach's Dadd