Stop Barking

$9.95

Your Complete Guide to Calming the Chaos

What is your dog trying to tell you? Is he happy? Does she need attention? Is your furry friend distressed? Unfortunately, technology hasn’t gotten us to the point where it can translate your dog’s barks into human language, but our guide offers the next best thing to help you better understand your dog’s needs.

As a conscientious dog owner, you no doubt are continually looking for ways to become more in tune with your dog’s needs and well-being. No one wants to leave their pet’s needs unattended to. With guidance from the canine experts at Whole Dog Journal, you can boost your barking IQ and learn how to better decipher your dog’s different barks and what they mean while quieting the barking chaos.

In Whole Dog Journal’s downloadable e-book Stop Barking, you’ll gain insight on barking, what it means, and how to manage it. From learning to understand what different barks signal to how to address nuisance barking, this guide will help enhance your relationship with your four-legged friend while creating a calmer, quieter pet.

Stop Barking is full of valuable information and tips that dog owners can begin implementing today to stop bothersome barking. Topics covered in this useful guide include:

  • Learning why your dog is barking and how to stop it
  • Implementing the “Positive Interrupt” method
  • Training your dog to remain calm when visitors are at the door
  • Controlling barking in two or more dogs
  • Communicating with neighbors if they complain about your barking dog

This e-book is available for immediate download so you can teach your dog tricks to enjoy a quieter, calmer life today.

Stop Barking is available ONLY from Whole Dog Journal. Order the e-book and download it today to help create a more peaceful way of life for you and your furry best friend.

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