pitsnok wrote:How have you guys managed to teach your dogs to 'hush'? Since Degan learned 'speak', he seems to think he should be able to say whatever he wants, whenever he wants (especially when he is wanting to play). I have tried to come up with some way to get 'hush' down, but have had no luck whatsoever.
Pit♥Bull wrote:Graphic description please......mnp13 wrote:a world of crap is coming with me.
Pit♥Bull wrote:mnp13 wrote:but there is a point, where it's just better for all involved
pitsnok wrote:but I just need to figure out how to teach him that "enough" means enough!
TheRedQueen wrote:Sorry to say that it's not gonna happen if some people in the house give in to his barking... Everyone's gotta be on the same page with training...as consistent as can be.
pitsnok wrote: I am always reminding him that if we just ignore it for a few days he really will stop!
TheRedQueen wrote:. Barking can be a self-rewarding behavior, because it's fun to bark for many dogs. It's one behavior that I almost never tell people to ignore completely. Sure, ignoring can be part of the training...but it's not going to be the entire training plan.
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