How do you stop your dog barking at night?

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Ignore the barking

  1. When you put your dog in his crate or in a gated room, turn your back and ignore him.
  2. Once he stops barking, turn around, praise him, and give him a treat.
  3. As he catches on that being quiet gets him a treat, lengthen the amount of time he must remain quiet before being rewarded.
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What to Do When Your Neighbor's Dog Won't Stop Barking

  1. Document the problem. Documenting the barking is helpful not only to your neighbor, but to the authorities should you have to contact them…
  2. Address the problem with your neighbor
  3. Give your neighbor some helpful suggestions…
  4. Consider anti-bark solutions…
  5. Contact the authorities.
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Here are the steps to take when you're losing patience (or sleep) over a neighbor's noisy dog:

  1. Ask your neighbor to keep the dog quiet.
  2. Try mediation.
  3. Look up the law.
  4. Ask animal control authorities to enforce local noise laws.
  5. Call the police, if you think a criminal law is being violated.
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When you put your dog in his crate or in a gated room, turn your back and ignore him.

Once he stops barking, turn around, praise him, and give him a treat.

As he catches on that being quiet gets him a treat, lengthen the amount of time he must remain quiet before being rewarded.

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Ignore the barking

  1. When you put your dog in his crate or in a gated room, turn your back and ignore him.
  2. Once he stops barking, turn around, praise him, and give him a treat.
  3. As he catches on that being quiet gets him a treat, lengthen the amount of time he must remain quiet before being rewarded.
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Get yourself downstairs before he start to make a noise and reward him for being quiet.

Be very calm, and avoid getting the dog excited.

The following day, repeat the process but after getting downstairs, wait a few seconds before greeting the dog, giving him a treat and letting him out.

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As soon as you get near her, she stops barking and wags happily at you.

Your puppy got exactly what she wanted: your attention.

Many puppies bark at night because they feel scared or lonely in their crate.

By training your puppy to stop barking during the night, you can get a good night's sleep and stop the worry.

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Ignore the barking

  1. When you put your dog in his crate or in a gated room, turn your back and ignore him.
  2. Once he stops barking, turn around, praise him, and give him a treat.
  3. As he catches on that being quiet gets him a treat, lengthen the amount of time he must remain quiet before being rewarded.
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