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Brandie asks...This question is about:
My daughter wants me to take care of her female pit in my home she is 3 years old. I have a female senior labrotor retriever and s 5 year male silky terrier will they all get along she is not allowed the pit where she lives
Dan asks...This question is about:
hi my name is dan i just moved to pa from florida in florida i owned a house with a back yard moved to an appartment in pa. i have a year old great dane today wolking him he lasshed out at a runner and the other night lashed out on someone we were letting pet him any advice
Dee Ann asks...This question is about:
I have had bear since last November and when anyone comes to my house he barks at them and will pee on them and it's almost impossible to have company over . Help
Kevin asks...This question is about:
We have a one year old pomeranian. He seems to growl whenever we approach him if he is chewing on anything other than his food. He growls when my boys wrestle. If he is laying ion one of the boy's bed (which we don't allow) and we appoach, he growls. In any of these situations he will ultimately bite if we get too close. What are we doing wrong. I don't want to give up, but I can't have him rule the house.
Colton asks...This question is about:
Baron's barking has gotten worse with age.. it was encouraged for years while he lived with my mother, but in my home it has become very problematic- with two kids under 2, he scares them and wakes them all day long when they are home with their mom. If I am home it's more manageable as he tends to only bark when people approach the door and one of us can get to him and stop him.. when I am not home he barks at everything that passes by the house, at strong gusts of wind, at rain, car horns, sounds in the television, etc etc. it's very challenging to untrain a behavior that was trained when he was younger, but any advice would be welcome. rnrnJust a little background for your info- baron was a puppy mill dog that was purchased very young, and then dumped at a shelter for the first year of his life- my mother adopted him and had him for four years before giving him to me at age 5.. he's a loving dog and very friendly, but the barking problem has been disrupting my family since my kids were born. I sense he's always had abandonment issues. rnrnThank you in advance for any help you can give me!