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My black lab does not bark, lease help?

Hi, pet lovers I have 1 yr old female black lab. the problem is that she never try to bark she only do some time when she saw a mouse or cat other wise she never bark plz help me wat can i do .any suggestion if u have plz help me
By hunny · 19 Mar 2011 2:55 pm


By Gopal Krishna · 20 Mar 2011 8:11 pm
I dont understand why you want your dog to bark??? if you are talking about an intrusion or protection bark then you are expecting really wrong things. I am not denying that a lab can bark but the breed is more of working and companion dog. Labs are not protection or alert dog so go easy on your lab.
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By Amitava Mukherjee · 20 Mar 2011 11:00 pm
Dont worry hunny. She is only a year old. Let her mature first. Automatically she will start barking when she reaches her maturity. Let her enjoy her puppyhood. Furthermore a labrador retriever is a gundog. Which is not a guard dog like a doberman or a gsd. It will not pounce on a stranger who enters your house rather it will bark to let her master know about the intrusion.
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By sindhoor · 25 Mar 2011 3:38 pm
You have a blessing. Enjoy it :) Most dog owners have to worry about how to get their dog to stop barking and have to deal with complaining neighbours.

If you are worried about your dog not barking when required, don't think twice. Dogs have great instinct and when they suspect danger they will definitely bark. They will warn you and even guard you. But for that, your dog needs to grow up. As of now, she is a puppy and does not see the need to protect you. She will hide behind you, and expect you to protect her. Just give her some time and she will make you proud with her protective instincts. As of now, just sit back, relax and enjoy her puppyhood :)
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