Thursday, October 16, 2014


In nature, dogs bark to raise an alarm at the first signs of possible danger or to herald a new arrival.  Barking is an important means of canine communication.  According Cesar Millan, there are generally four basic triggers - and each carries a very clear message.

Scared, confused, spoiled, and boredom are the most common triggers.  The best thing you, as a dog owner, can do is to identify why the excessive barking is happening and then work toward fixing the problem.

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