Veterinarian Monmouth New Jersey -Veterinary
I got this posting about
The dog that is barking because he is all alone and desiring companionship.
The dog that barks at people passing by, noises or visitors.
The dog that barks because he wants your attention.
Some breeds of are naturally barkers. Regardless of the breed all can be taught that excessive barking is not appropriate.
Pay attention to what sets off your dog's barking episodes. Once you find the trigger or triggers that bring on his barking fits. Figure out how you can control his exposure to these. Whatever behavior is reinforced will only become stronger, both positive and negative reactions reinforce. And this is where the beauty of the anti bark dog collar comes in because it makes the dog understand that there is a consequence to his action but without you getting involved and giving attention for undesirable behavior. The anti bark collar not only helps your dog learn that excessive barking is to be avoided but also learns the difference between good barking (for protection) and bad barking (prolonged and loud). I think that the Monmouth New Jersey veterinarian's site should also talk about the dangers of using these anti bark collars as they can have adverse side affects as well.