Solving Frustration Barking

October 13, 2013 at 12:34 pm 2 comments

Happy Thanksgiving to all my Canadian blog followers!

Today’s question is one that we’ve all probably witnessed at some point while watching agility…even if it wasn’t with our own dog.

Frustration barking!

Have you ever seen a dog that gets confused on course and then comes flying back at the handler barking, spinning, and sometimes even jumping up and biting at the handler? Yikes! This is not something we want happening at all is it?

Over my years as an agility competitor and coach I have seen this problem countless times and even had to deal with in my own dogs from time to time.

In this video, I have suggested not only how to help get the dog back under control in these situations, but also how to help PREVENT this from happening in the first place.

Afterall, we can’t be perfect handlers all the time! Helping to teach your dog to deal with their frustration in a positive way can help relieve the stress of both the dog and the handler!

Don’t forget to submit your training questions at http://www.agiledogtraining.com!

Happy Training!

Jess Martin

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  • 1. How To Get A Dog To Stop Barking  |  October 14, 2013 at 9:58 am

    This is a hot topic.How to stop your dog barking. Not only for the trainer, but for any dog owner. Frustration barking, bordem barking, Dogs left alone at home that only bark when the owners aren’t there. Then quiet when they are home. so they never know whats going on, until the neighbours make them aware. Great topic to cover

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  • 2. sarasotadogwizard  |  July 6, 2014 at 6:44 am

    It’s very great post for a owners of a dog., Dogs left alone at home that only bark when the owners aren’t there.So you want to go Dog Trainer for training yours dog.

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