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Old September 20th, 2011, 01:00 PM
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Too Smart for her own good!!

So we have a new dog next door. Bayley, of course figures she has to yell at the other dog and carry on like a complete fool. So we've been working on quiet at the fence so you don't act like a total turkey and cause a ruckus.

Well it's been going well....but here's the thing, if I let her out to do her business and the other dog is out, she'll run to the fence and bark. So it's about 3 barks and she stops and looks at the house. No one's coming she'll repeat, if still no one's coming she has to get louder and more excited!! Now if I come out, then she shuts up and comes running over. So I've started just rewarding a quiet, so I send her to the fence to see and if she's quiet then she gets a treat or a good girl. But it's funny to watch her if I'm in the house I can see the yard through the kitchen window, so she'll stop and look right at me sort of like Hey I'm barking out here!!! You comin' out!!??
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Old September 21st, 2011, 12:15 AM
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Dogs are so funny when they know or think we're watching

When I had dogs a tap on the window let them know they were being watched so behave/stop barking/time to come in etc
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Old September 23rd, 2011, 09:25 PM
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Ya that's what I do. Today when I went out to remind her to be quiet. I had to ask a few times, where's my quiet but she did stop barking at her neighbour and just watched her through the fence so at least now I know she can turn off the barking when asked to.
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