Training The Dog by rfcl published on 2013/07/11 02:14:53 +0000 Remember that dog barking is the one way the dog communicates to us. In relation to pacing the beat there are a few aspects worth looking at. The dog is protected in all situations by allowing the discussion to have an agenda. I certainly have one. We do not wish to prevent dog barking but we do wish to control barking as required. It's been obvious the way each of us interprets dog training is deeply subjective. If barking is the answer to every question there can't be a dialogue. Learning to read your dog’s signals and means of communicating is incredibly important to your overall relationship. (There are very few terms that everyone agrees on.) The owner has to get to know his dog and the situations that create the barking. The social, public sphere is now considered out of the realm of the training. Even if there's no agreement in the political outlook the dog training remains the main tool in the ongoing process. It's necessary to share every negative aspect. Innocence is beautiful and stupid. A descending octave is the result. When the barking is not in line with this understanding, an owner can demonstrate calm, confident leadership and allow for changes in understanding without harming the dog. Take control in the right way.