How To Train A Dog To Bark

How To Train A Dog To Bark

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How to Teach Your Dog to Speak
No, your dog won’t be reciting Shakespeare anytime soon, but barking on command is actually one of the easiest tricks to teach. You’ll also want to teach your dog the “quiet” command to keep her barking under control. And once your dog has those commands down, you can teach her more complex speech behaviors like barking to be let out to go potty or barking to announce visitors at the door.

Choose your reward.
Pick something your dog really loves; the better the reward, the easier it will be to teach your dog.if your dog loves to play, you can try using her favorite toy and playing with her when she barks. Most people, however, will find that treats are the most effective way to teach a dog. The best treats will be ones your dog loves, and which are also easy to carry, easy to break into pieces, and healthy.Use a variety of treats so your dog doesn’t get bored.
• String cheese sticks.
• Cooked chicken.
• Meat rolls (available at pet stores).
• Broken-up dog biscuits or store-bought training treats.
• Baby carrots or frozen green beans (for dogs on a diet).

Consider clicker training.
In clicker training, you use a sound (the clicker) to let your dog know when she has done something right. The clicker is very effective because it is a consistent, unique sound, different from your voice. However, you can also say “good” or “yes” as a signal if you don’t have a clicker.[5]
• Load your clicker first. Get a treat in your hand. If your dog tries to get it, just close your hand. Click and offer it to your dog. Repeat a few minutes later. Then again. Continue until your dog comes immediately at the sound of the clicker and expects a treat.

Get your dog excited. This will make her more likely to bark. Play a game that gets her excited like fetch or tug. Phase out the reward. Treats are a great way to teach a behavior, but once the behavior is learned, continuing to give treats actually distracts your dog and slows response time. Start phasing out treats as soon as your dog responds correctly.
• Gradually increase the number of correct responses before you give a treat. Begin by offering a treat only every other time. Then every third time. When you feel your dog has mastered barking on command, see how many responses you can get without a treat. Work your way up to 10 or 20.
• Also increase the amount of time you wait before you reward. The idea is to break gradually break the link between completing the command and food.
• Substitute other rewards for food. Once your dog can bark on command 10 or more times without a treat, start working in short training sessions with no food. After several successful responses, praise your dog, pet her, and play with her. The goal is to start replacing treats with other rewards.
• It is okay to keep giving occasional, unpredictable treats to sharpen behavior.

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