I was receiving a thousand reach via email on how to train your dog not to bark. Finally, I took the initiative to write how to train your dog not to bark. Same as doctors do, build strong bonding with your dog. There are some tips I am going to tell. Adhere to them to make a friendly relation. Once a healthy relationship is developed. Now next move is to be familiar with what’s wrong with your dog and why it does barks.

The first thing to consider that dog barking is a natural phenomenon. It can’t be eliminated, but to some extent, it can be minimized. Dog barking is an emotion. They bark to express their feelings. As we humans get happy, we smile. Same dogs barking means they are fluttering with emotions.

The thing to learn is when dogs bark for a short time and when continuously.

If a dog barks for a short time, that means it is barking in emotions. Emotions might be of happiness, grieving, loneliness, thoughtfulness, pain, scarceness, etc.

The Below guide is to train your dog, not to bark.

How to stop your dog to stop barking in happiness:

  • halfway open mouth
  • Half of the tongue is inside of the mouth and rest of the outside.
  • If you come close to him, he likes to cuddle with you.
  • He likes to jumps and plays with you.
  • Overall his body language seems pleasant.
  • He rolls, and we can see his belly.
  • He upfront his legs and shakes hands with you.
  • You can see a clear stir in his tail.

How to stop your dog to stop barking in happiness:

Don’t dare stop your dog barking in happiness; if you do, it is the same as you are smiling in joy and someone preventing you from smiling—there is no need to give any treatment. Just participate and gets happy together. Because when a dog barks in happiness, He gets quiet after some moment.

How to know your dog is barking in sadness and depression

  • Your dog continuously barks without taking a breath and break.
  • Dog behaves despondent towards the things he used to enjoy the most.
  • The dog seems half-hearted.
  • Dog rejects to eat the favorite meal.
  • Dog eyes look cockeyed.
  • The dog does not sleep well enough.

How to train your dog not to bark in sadness

According to research, dog sadness does not hold much longer.

  • Do the things that make your dog happy.
  • Let him play with his favorite toy.
  • Bring new toys for him.
  • Take him to a long walk along with you.
  • Shift his shelter to a new corner of your house.

Note: By following the above guide, you can stop your dog barking.

How to know my dog is barking because of being alone

  • If your dog is searching out to you.
  • His behavior is not as pleasant as it was before.
  • Body language seems depressed.
  • Sleeping excessively.

How do I stop my dog from barking in loneliness

Treatment is too simple. Loneliness is the cause of his barking. Get him your company. And engage him with dogs of your family and friends. Note: Don’t let your dog engage with erratic dogs. Your dog is barking from loneliness. To prevent your dog from barking, you have to build strong bonding with your dog. Follow the below way.

  • Be soft to your dog.
  • Recognize his emotions (why is he behaving like that at different intervals).
  • Let him feel you take care of his emotions.
  • Spend most of your day time with your dog in treatment days.
  • Pay attention to your dog. Let the dog feels your loyalty.
  • Plan time for playing with him.
  • Understand dog psychology. For this, you have to behave like a mother.
  • Your dog is like a child. He adopts what you do. So don’t make bad habits in front of your dog.
  • Learning never ends. Dogs are animals, and animals never learn themselves. They follow what we teach them. So train your dog daily good habits.

It’s a long way of dogs training. But time is limited because here I’m teaching how to develop strong bonding so you can perform the treatment. These tips are enough to create deep bonding with your dogs in a short time. If you’re worried because your dog has bad habits of barking at night, you can read my article on How to stop your dog barking at night. Note: The above section is especially so for those who newly adopted the dog or don’t have strong relationships with their dogs. You can omit this phrase if it does not fit you.

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