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Friday, July 18, 2008

Curbing Dog Barking

Cartoon Dog Barking
Excessive barking is nothing new. Dogs appear to enjoy barking, and they do so for various reasons. They bark when they want something, when they say “hello,” when they are having fun, when they are startled or alarmed, when they are defending their territory or threatening someone, when they are frustrated, and when they hear other dogs barking. Unfortunately, a dog who barks incessantly can drive the family crazy—and disturb the entire... [Read full article]



Blogger Annette said...

Shannon, I needed to let you know that you're wisdom and experience have been a godsend! My "boys" are doing so, so much better! The "bully" is so much happier and they've started playing again, without all of the hostility. Anyway, I didn't know how else to get in touch with you to thank you. I have bookmarked your blog so that I can continue to keep in touch and get your "words of wisdom!' Thank you!

July 18, 2008 9:58 AM  
Blogger Shannon said...


That is so awesome! I am so glad I could help!

I will add a link on the blog to make it easier for people to contact me in the future. :)

Lab smiles,

July 18, 2008 10:22 AM  
Anonymous Steve said...

You can purchase a lot of electronic barking deterrents online. There are a variety of options ranging from electronic shock collars to citronella spray collars. I'd recommend the citronella spray because hey, who doesn't want their dog to smell like a lemon?

July 18, 2008 3:24 PM  

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