Dog Training- How to train your canine not to bark- Episode one

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This is 1 in a collection of movies on how to prepare your dog not to . This focuses on barking at noises. The following episode will be concentrating on barking at visual stimuli- and folks etc. I will write a more substantial description extremely quickly. Dog
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    • ApolloCobain
    • October 6, 2011

    Dogs are very much “in the moment” so a clicker let’s you mark the exact behavior that they should repeat. Treating with food creates a small gap between the behavior and the reward while the clicker is instant and simultaneous. Dogs don’t associate 5 seconds ago or 2 minutes ago with reward; they believe that whatever they are doing when the treat comes is what got them the treat. A clicker speeds up the training process by a factor of 4 or so.

    • sourskittles1400
    • October 6, 2011

    @ApolloCobain Thanks 🙂

    • sweetbilly
    • October 6, 2011

    Actually what the dog was saying was: “Help Jimi is trapped in the washing machine”.

    • ThatEpicGuy101
    • October 6, 2011

    how do you do this without a clicker?

    • ProBangers
    • October 6, 2011

    Great videos Kiko. Please answer this. How would I train a dog to not bark at something which I can not reproduce? For example, you are able to reproduce the noise of your washing machine. What if your dog is barking at something that you can not reproduce? My dog barks at my neighbor sometimes. He’s a very well mannered (except in this case) golden retriever. I can’t really ask my neighbor to stand outside while I give me dog treats lol. My reaction is to usually just say “No, Jinx!”

    • pakicA
    • October 6, 2011

    @ProBangers my dog barks when left alone.. he is outside in the yard, and as soon as i go out he stops, so i cant punish him cause he is quiet at that time, and he doesn’t respond to treats cause he continues as soon as i come inside.. i tryed ignoring him when i come out so it wouldn’t be that i came cause he barked, but still.. it doesn’t stop.. i had to put my life on hold and try to train him not to bark.. wish me luck..

    • myxa4u
    • October 6, 2011

    @pakicA give him something to chew at when you leave..

    • freddyphredphred
    • October 6, 2011

    Hi there i wanted to get a chihuahua… are they trainable? Can you teach them to not bark?

    • k1w11
    • October 6, 2011

    is it possible to teach a dog to simply not bark when in a building, whether its my apartment, parents place and what not?

    • freddyphredphred
    • October 6, 2011

    @InDogsWeTrust11 sorry i’m still trying to get this. is the Cesar Milan type of training incorrect? or not good in a lot of ways? Is it better to do just positive training ie treats and clicking? the cesar milan poking, submission stuff is all bad? Or could you use both? Thanks for replies, i’m about to get my first dog (since i was a child) soon.

    • InDogsWeTrust11
    • October 6, 2011

    @freddyphredphred Good questions! 🙂 Yes, this chihuahua is afraid of the washing machine, poking, pinning or ‘correcting’ will only aggravate the fear. If the technique is ‘successful’ then the dog will shut down, stop acting out on his fear, but the fear will still be there under the surface-not a nice life for a dog. Emily is getting rid of the root of the problem barking by teaching her dog that the washer isn’t something to be afraid of, that it is the predictor of good things (treats).

    • flexina
    • October 6, 2011

    She is so cute 🙂
    I have a chihuahua and a mix, they barks every time someone enters the house, no matters if its us or someone else. I am gonna try to use this methode, hope it works 🙂

    • jenandjuice22
    • October 6, 2011

    These are such great tips! Just what my dog needs for her fear-based barking at the door.

    Question: My dog also barks when I put her in the crate and attempt to leave. I leave the radio on for her and everything but it doesn’t help. I leave a peanut butter kong for her for her as well and it helps only mildly. Any suggestions for me/us?

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