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Miniature Schnauzer Training: Stop Your Dog from Barking
by: Camille Goldin




The first thing you should keep in mind when it comes to dealing with dogs is that barking is part of their nature. To dogs, barking is nothing but natural. If anything, be bothered if they don’t bark at all. However, there comes a point when excessive barking can be a problem.

Before anything else, take the time to understand why dogs bark. Barking is your dog’s way of communicating with you. Dogs bark when they are happy or when they are in distress. It can be a call for attention, a plea for help, or even their way of showing excitement or happiness.

It also helps to understand the nature of Miniature Schnauzers when it comes to dealing with this issue. Small dogs like this definitely have a tendency to develop big personalities. To let them know right from wrong, it is always important to start Miniature Schnauzer training as early as possible.

The basis of Miniature Schnauzer training and puppy training is socialization. Orienting them with their immediate living environment as well as new sights, sounds, dogs, and people will help your Schnauzer develop a calmer disposition.

It is also part of Miniature Schnauzer training to let them know that there is a proper way of asking for what they want. For example, your dog may bark because it wants your attention. Don’t encourage this , but never yell at them either for not behaving the way you want them to. Isolate your dog in a room until it stops barking. You wouldn’t want to spoil your dog by encouraging such a behavior.

In Miniature Schnauzer training, it also helps to use the reward and punishment method. Reward your dog with a treat whenever it displays good behavior, and let it know as well when it does something bad. Once again, you must never use physical punishment. Scaring your dog may cause even more problems than you think.

Along with Miniature Schnauzer training comes the task of making sure that your dog gets regular exercise. Proper stimulation by taking it on walks always helps stabilize your dog’s behavior. Dogs can also start excessive barking as a sign of having abandonment issues. If it isn’t used to being alone, you may want to leave a radio or a TV on to help calm it down.

Miniature Schnauzer training need not be a painstaking task. Following proper methods and having patience will certainly keep that barking problem in check.

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Camille Goldin tells about how to stop your Miniature Schnauzer from barking. TrainPetDog.com provides several tips on stopping bad behavior in your dog and imparting positive dog training.

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