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Can i use mouth muzzle for overbarking of my St Bernard?

Can i use mouth muzzle for stop over barking of my st. bernareds. and please tell me, any other way to stop over barking?
By SAURABH · 06 Nov 2011 9:02 pm


By KamalRaj J Kuppal · 06 Nov 2011 9:50 pm
You need to do some research on this, using mouth mozzals will not help you much i think so, first you need to identify why your dog barks, dogs in general communicate with people in form of body languages and barking, the barking means lot, it tells that he is not getting enough exercise or he tells he is overheated or it may be something. Read this article from Mr.ceasor Milan https://www.cesarsway.com/askc esar/overexcitement/excessive- barking you will get some info.
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By Navjot Singh · 06 Nov 2011 11:13 pm
Saurab, how would you deal with a few month old babby relentlessly crying on his bed? Will you tape his mouth, intimidate him and force him to sleep? or would you try to understand why he's crying, may be his hungary, has peed on bed, etc. I hope, you'd try to get rid of the symptoms that's causing him to cry and not get rid of the state of crying by taping is mouth!
Similarly, you should try to focus on why your dog is barking. Is he chained which is restricting his free movement in the house? Unchained him and barking will go. Is he barking at other dogs? Two male dogs unknown to each other will exhibit they are stronger than each other. Have you mated your males? Has any man been satisfied unmatted? Answeer is no. So, get them mated or best think is to get them neutered.
Anti-dog colors, choke-chaines are crap for me and I don't believe in training my dog that way.
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By SAURABH · 07 Nov 2011 1:22 pm
you r right navjot, now i m telling u the situation, of my problem. i have three st. bernared, two females, one male and one female labredore. all are staying in a hall on terrace( 2nd floor) but there in no saperate cages. and also they have sufisiant space to walk and play, outside the hall, the door of hall is open 24 hrs. problem is this, in day time they all are quite and play. but in the night, they start fighting( i think)... and barking, after few interwells. and when i go to see them, they stop barking. so i dont know the reason. tell me how can i manage this situation. and please tell me from where i can get anti bark coller, or any other product.
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By Navjot Singh · 08 Nov 2011 2:34 pm
Saurab, from reading the above, it seems it's a rivalry among males to exert their dominance and mate with the females, this often end up with severe fight which may also lead to injuries. I'm not sure if they are for breeding or just as pet. If they are pet, you can get rid of this problem by getting them neutered but it'll have benefits only when they've not been used as stud before. Males will fight with each other so best is to get them neutered.
If you are breeding then consider keeping each of them separately by laying aluminium boundaries avialable in the market. Anti-bark color is available in dog spot.
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By SAURABH · 08 Nov 2011 9:36 pm
thanx navjot, can u give me your contact no.?
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By Navjot Singh · 08 Nov 2011 10:07 pm
No problems, Saurabh.9899696419
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