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Basic Dog Training Tips : How to Train a Dog to Stop Barking

Basic Dog Training Tips : How to Train a Dog to Stop Barking

Learn how to teach your dog to stop barking in this free dog training video. Expert: Jim Leske Bio: My name is Jim Leske, Animal Behaviorist & Trainer. Filmmaker: Louis Nathan
Video Rating: 3 / 5

24 Responses to “Basic Dog Training Tips : How to Train a Dog to Stop Barking”

  1. That kind of petting will just stress the dog more out..and annoy him.

  2. ok i need some help here. im in 7th grade and im finally getting my parents to budge to get me a dog for my birthday on Wednesday. but i don’t know what breed. i live in a 4 bedroom house and don’t have alot of room in the back. during the school year im gone for 7 hours what dog would be the best.

  3. lmao I was wondering WTF he was doing…. Petting and rubbing the dog and shit. He seemed like a tweeker.

  4. You just jerked that poor dog’s ear

  5. JelenaAnimalhelper Reply July 10, 2012 at 8:50 pm

    thank you that ment alot to me :)

  6. He could also be barking because he’s not sure of what is around him. My dog is perfectly still, and quiet at my cabin. All that there is around him is grass, grass, and more grass. While if I put him outside my house there will be lagre houses, noises, movement, barking, and so on.

    There is no quick way to stop barking. Reward your shep for how long he manages to be quiet. Start with 1 minute, then evolve to 5 minutes, and then 10, and then 20, and then so on.

  7. Lol, ur videos suck.

  8. JelenaAnimalhelper Reply July 10, 2012 at 10:13 pm


  9. LMAO

  10. This sucked

  11. This happens even after an epic dog walk. We walk very often. He just really seems to hate the neighbors and views anyone unfamiliar as an intruder. He’s great on a leash. I take him on a bus no problem.etc etc. I just have this one glitch with him that we need to work out. I was thinking maybe i could get the neighbors to participate in helping him to calm down. its an old Italian neighborhood.. maybe they can throw meatballs at him?

  12. More exercise. Being in the backyard isn’t any mental stimulation, its painfully boring to him. He needs to be WORKED, and be MENTALLY worked. He’s barking because he’s bored and has nothing else to interest himself in.

  13. A dog wants a hard and fast reward, not to be awkwardly pet on the head without any real gain. A quick concise reward for an action, instantaneously. This is not at all operand[sic] OPERANT conditioning.

  14. LakeTekapoUntouched Reply July 10, 2012 at 11:39 pm

    What he is doing is rewording the dog for being quiet.. No reward when barks, being quiet- get reward. Have a look at operand conditioning..

  15. Ok so I have a German Shep in the back yard. how do I get him to stop barking at the neighbors? How do I get him to stop being so territorial and more friendly towards my peace loving gardeners.

  16. What the hell are you talking about? So the dog barks and you join in by shouting? Telling it to stop? You haven’t obviously had to deal with a dog that barks.

  17. Ummmm, this is a very vague video. Don’t do this, don’t do that; but what DO you do?

  18. yea you think, but you’re a joke. you clearly have no first hand experience raising dogs but still find the need to “correct” proven dog raising methods on youtube. just stop talking before you say anything to make you sound more ridicules and stupid, because no proven dog trainers disagree with the dominate down. thanks

  19. 1PigfartsHereICome Reply July 11, 2012 at 1:56 am

    I think dozens of professional dogtrainers know better than you.

  20. lol no, its the best way to be the alpha of the house, because thats what dogs do in the wild and they naturally understand it. iv raised 3 perfectly behaved big dogs and none of them are afraid of me, they love me and my family to peices and have never even nipped at any of us since they were 6 months old. next time dont give advice when you dont have any first hand experience, especially when your wrong. thank you

  21. LOL he pets the dog wierd

  22. 1PigfartsHereICome Reply July 11, 2012 at 2:58 am

    That is actually a very wrong thing to do. Its harmful to the dog because it makes him fear you. Watch Victoria Stillwell, she talks about the alpha roll. You may get away with it a 100 times or more, but eventually your dog will bite you, and most likely he will be the one to pay the price for that.

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  24. better shoot your dog and leave:P

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