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    Boss barks at things at night and when people walk pass with their dogs.

    Tb: boss barks at the fire alarm in our house.. It's really good.

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    gyps has a million different types of barks now that she has decided that talking is a good thing...

    she has a aaarrooofff grummbly growl when there are birds in the yard or people walking to close to the fence.

    she has a crazzzyy puppy bark when OH gets home

    she has a agro growl and bark and bristles when the 2 SWF dogs she hates walks past

    and she has her step one step closer to my mum and il rip your arm off bark and growl when she thinks someones going to hurt me (this has only happened once)

    oh and then she has the give me the ball yip

    and then all the waffling that goes on when your too slow getting her dinner ready or taking her for a walk
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    Dogs usually bark because they are bored. Dogs want a lot of attention and they don’t know how to behave when alone. Unfortunately, we have usually set this situation up ourselves. You want your dog to be happy, so you spoil him: you give your dogs treats and pat him whenever you wish. It is entirely normal for you to act this way and entirely normal for your dog to complain when he feels neglected.
    Last edited by Devil's Advocate; 07-08-2010 at 08:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laura77 View Post
    gyps has a million different types of barks now that she has decided that talking is a good thing...

    she has a aaarrooofff grummbly growl when there are birds in the yard or people walking to close to the fence.

    she has a crazzzyy puppy bark when OH gets home

    she has a agro growl and bark and bristles when the 2 SWF dogs she hates walks past

    and she has her step one step closer to my mum and il rip your arm off bark and growl when she thinks someones going to hurt me (this has only happened once)

    oh and then she has the give me the ball yip

    and then all the waffling that goes on when your too slow getting her dinner ready or taking her for a walk
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    Roscoe very rarely barks at things/other dogs/visitors.
    He barks non stop the moment he is tied up (really drives me crazy- cant leave him outside a shop etc), and no command I use stops him. If I tie him up and am right next to him he still does it, so its NOT a seperation thing. (he mostly gets tied up when we goto the childrens playground and I am pushing the swings etc and need both hands).
    He also barks if we are playing chase etc- its a "I love this game" excited bark.

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    hahaha chop im not sure!... yesterday i had her dinner bowl in my hand (Yes by the way she does zoomies now when we pick up her bowl instead of having a panic attack and hiding upstairs) and i had told her to sit and wait, i then got distracted by master chef and didnt put the bowl down next thing i know she has wrapped her front leg around my leg (like she is huging me) and is arroofffing but it doesnt sound like a bark it sounds like shes talking telling me to bludy hurry up! i had to appologise and give her her dinner very quickly!!
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    We let Ziggy bark as long as there's a reason, and it doesn't go on and on.

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