mnp13 wrote:the fence barking is barrier aggression, and that's what I need to "cure"
dogcrazyjen wrote:I had a dog who needed to be shown it was not his job to guard the house. He was not allowed out alone after beginning training for months, and was played with (frisbee, ball) the whole time, or doing obedience on leash. The dog learned to ignore the stimulus outside. He also learned the owners were in charge, to greet people, to protect the house, rather than leaving it all to him.
IF can cause aggression by correcting interest in other dogs, making the connection of other dogs=pain.
May not fit, but that has been something that worked for me.
SisMorphine wrote:A cit collar usually doesn't work on small dogs because their bark isn't deep enough.
Not sure how to cure barrier aggression. It's a touchy thing because if you use the wrong methods they could become more barrier aggressive.
I'd refer them to a highly qualified pro who's been doing this stuff for years.
If it was me and I had a small dog that was barking I would feed it to Wally. I do not like a barking dog . . .
a-bull wrote:I did find a remote citronella collar, which you control the spray on . . . so that probably will work on a small dog . . .
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