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I hav a Labrador and he is having dog behaviour problrm, pleae help?

i buy a lebra dor..... i think he is 2 yrs old.... But there is a problem in his behaviour.... He cannot barking..... In last one week he bark only one or two times..... Anybody can come home... And he just ignore them.... And he also not give any reaction to other dogs or animals..... How i solve this problem.... Plz tell me
By ROHIT SINGH · 22 Nov 2010 8:59 pm

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By Gopal Krishna · 23 Nov 2010 9:56 am
Your dog is fine and labs are not guard dog, your dog is calm and good the behaviour you want are bad behaviour so enjoy the time with you dog
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By Bijal · 23 Nov 2010 12:40 pm
@ Rohit : I think ur dog is almost fine as Gopal said. Bec'se I've also adopted 2.5 yrs lab which was very calm and not barked within a week after he came at my home. I also thought like u. But after a month passed, he adjust and knew what is his area and owner. Now after 4-5 months he is like a "Naughty" in area which is always ready to fight with other stray dogs. Ya but it is not a guard dog so, just barks at strangers nothing more than. so be patience...and try to train him within his area.
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By sindhoor · 02 Apr 2011 12:21 pm
Dogs bark for several reasons. Some of them include Warning you of danger, fear & trying to guard their resources. If you want your dog to bark in order to warn you of perceived danger, then you need to build a relationship with him. You and he have to become best friends. Since you have got an adult dog, it will take some time to build trust with you and love you. Then he will try to protect you against any perceived danger by barking.

Fear and guard barking are very different. If your dog is not doing those things, then its a good idea. That means your dog is a well socialized calm dog without unnecessary fears. Don't try to change that. A calm dog is a safe dog :)
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