Break the Barking Habit
How to help your dog stop barking, in 28 days!
Living with a barking dog can be stressful for everyone.
We want to support our dogs in the best ways we can but when barking behaviours seem to be never-ending, frustration can kick in.
✓ Does your dog’s barking leave you feeling tense & stressed?
✓ Is it challenging for everyone & embarrassing when you step outside the front door?
✓ Do you struggle with frustration at not being able to understand & support your dog so they can relax & settle?
✓ Perhaps you’ve had complaints from neighbours or friends who have stopped asking you to meet them on walks?
Break the Barking Habit
In “Break the Barking Habit”, we’ll provide you with simple solutions and show you how you can help your dog stop barking in just 28 days.
In this course, we’re going to help you tackle barking inside the home, out on walks, or in the car. Whether your dog barks at postal workers, other dogs, when they’re bored or frustrated, or perhaps just because it feels good... we’re here to help.
We know you want the best connection you can have with your dog. You love them. You want to feel relaxed at home and when you step outside the door together. We’re here to help you positively nurture the best bond with your dog, so you can live together in harmony. We’ll be helping you set up environments for success and enabling your dog to feel good without the need to bark.
We hope you’ll take a positive step forward today for both you and your dog. Join us on this journey to help your dog stop barking!
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What will you learn?
Simple solutions to work through at your own pace.
Your 'Break the Barking Habit' Course
✦ An Introduction to Barking - Understanding Your Dog
✦ Barking: On Walks
✦ Barking: At Home
✦ Barking: In the Garden
✦ Product List - Our Favourite Positive Tools
✦ The Interrupter Cue
✦ Helping Your Dog Get the Rest it Needs
✦ Setting Up Your Environment for Success: House, Garden, & Car
✦ Boosting Happy Hormones
Your Course Teacher,
Caroline Wilkinson is a Certified Animal Behaviourist.
As the Founder of Barket Place, Caroline has a passion for improving connections between human and hound, with a focus on relationships and reduction of stress for canines living in a human world.
Here’s what people are saying
“It’s great to have found a trainer who is truly passionate about dogs, explains everything so well & makes it fun!”
"I simply loved the simple straightforward solutions that she proposed!"
"Caroline has a wealth of experience and explains things in a very understandable manner."
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Frequently Asked Questions
While we'll guide you through the course content over 28 days, you'll have access to the course content for as long as you'd like!
While we provide you with a list of equipment, that depending on why/where your dog is barking may help, you can still work through all advice without it - and achieve a reduction in barking!
Our aim with this course is that, if followed consistently, you will see a significant reduction in the amount your dog is barking. As we discuss in the course, barking is a natural form of communication and it would be unfair to expect that your dog will never bark again. If your dog's barking is due to an underlying health condition, pain, or specific behaviour such as Separation Anxiety, further support from our in-house Behaviourist or your Veterinarian will be required.
Punishment - such as shouting at your dog or spraying them with water - may seem to have the desired result of stopping your dog barking. However, if you're still having to use that punishment, then your dog still is barking! In this course, we help you support the underlying reason/emotion that's causing your dog to bark and get long term results that last!
If your dog is only barking when it’s left alone, then we need to look at this isolation distress in more detail. Start by filming your dog when it’s left alone for a very short period of time. Does the barking or stress signals (panting, pacing, scratching at door, yawning) start immediately as you leave or is it after a few minutes? Next, book in a consultation to discuss this further and put a support plan in place.
We know that some breeds are more inclined to bark, having been selectively bred with that as a ‘tool for their trade’ - particularly our terriers. While your dog might bark more naturally, there are still plenty of ways we can help you to reduce the frequency it occurs.