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There are a lot of different pieces of advice floating around about how to stop a barking dog. The hardest thing for many owners to believe is that ignoring a barking dog can help them learn to not bark. Sydney seems to enjoy being in the car, but her happiness can quickly escalate to out of control barking. As you may have read in recent posts, we recently adopted Sydney and she came with a whole repertoire of poor behaviors. While her outdoor play behavior, requests to go outside and overall patience was improving, her response to being on the leash was not going anywhere. The video below documents the first time we took her for a hike and the barking fest that occurred leading up to it. Sydney’s progress is dramatic, so do not be discouraged if your dog does not advance as quickly. For further reading, The Humane Society has a great article that describes working through other bark situations.
Your isolation routine is a good start – It lets her know it is unacceptable to respond to visitors with intense barking. This might be a very slow process but it also might progress really quickly once he gets the drill.
Because of the surprisingly change in behavior toward children, I wonder if the child hurt her. From your description, we can be pretty certain her responses are fear based and not outright aggression. If that ends up being an unobtainable goal, the alternative is teaching her to have absolute focus on you when in ‘scary’ situations so that she is quiet and agreeable. We have a 8 month old, male Aussie who, when chastised for bad behavior, will bark at us as if HE’s scolding US! One of my favorite ways to discipline is to tell them what they did wrong (for example, “no biting”) and then immediately redirect to a request that will allow him to do good. I have a 11 month old male mini aussie, I recently moved into a new apartment and he is now starting to act out again.
Then the other day, she ran up on a dog she sees in doggie daycare all the time, & has no problem with & tore her ear open! It sounds like your neighbor’s dog, who is often outside, has taken it upon himself to be the alarm dog.
When he barks at strangers, does he show any other signs of aggressive (hair up, snarling, etc)? If he doesn’t strike you as acting aggressive, he could be excited and trying to tell you, “hey! When I know Trooper is going to explode at something, we sit on the sidewalk and he gets fed for focusing while the other people move by.
Hey, I have a 11 week old mini Aussie who has been living with my family and I for the past 2 weeks so far.

I have a 9 month old toy australian shepherd who is the sweetest puppy but when we went to a dog park around 6 months he was nipped by a larger dog and ever since then he goes crazy barking at dogs.
I found a neighbor in my apartment complex who has a lab who is very calm and chill so we started walking them together.
Yesterday a man and his child walked on the sidewalk from behind us and my dog tried lunging at him barking wildly. I have had several aussie mixes and two purebreds, and I have found that the best way to stop any undesirable behavior is to first determine the root cause, then use either reward or withdrawal. TT winning NITRON shock absorbers combine unequalled design with the absolute highest quality components and finish, to deliver the most outstanding performance and ride for you – whether on street or circuit. The worst one is her barking because it is so sharp and loud that it immediately raises your heart rate and makes you want to leave the situation. She barked for 20 minutes prior to being allowed to go into the woods (four minutes in the back yard and sixteen minutes at the forest parking)! He has been to several obedience classes when he was younger, and we take him to the dog park for an hour every night to play with his two friends. I have a 3 year old, Butters that barks at everything that goes by the house and continues until she can’t see them.
We trusted her with kids of all ages until one day she was with one that was constantly teasing her and taking her bone, the child would run with her bone then give it back. Do you have any advice on how to stop her barking, being territorial, or getting her to accept my dad & sister? I take her to doggie day care every day while I am at work and when I pick her up she is nice and tired…and very sweet. He is a great dog but when we are out on a walk or at a friends he constantly barks at strangers.
Hes in obediance class and I try to get him out to do lots of actvities but I wonder if this is something he can come back from? He barks initially then he will sniff him and just back away from him for the most part but as soon as he sees another dog he starts barking. For this period of time, the dog should wear a harness at all times, so you can quickly clip on a leash. She does not bark at the door or other dogs, just us when ever we are not 100% giving her attention and playing with her. With all his training we can’t seem to get him to stop barking at bikes, skateboards, scooters or any wheeled object. I live in an apartment and need to get it under control because I don’t want to give him away. Whenever they try to get close to her or pet her she’ll start to growl and then bark. Is there a way to get him to be the lovable happy puppy he is around me wtih everyone else? The innovative construction of the GA110 timepiece forms a unique multidimensional facade, at the same time holding true to the G-Shock pillars of superior water and shock resistance.Casio G-Shock GA110-2A“G-Shock continues to raise the bar with rugged, technically advanced designer timepieces,” said Shigenori Itoh, Vice President of Casio’s Timepiece Division.

I live in a small apartment with a neighbor who lives right under me and I know she can hear him. The only changes in her life is that the (Alpha?) male dog who was really protective of the pack (and one of her BFFs!) moved away, & she also recently got spayed. Some examples: I will pick her up from daycare and as we are driving away in the car, she is barking like a maniac at the dogs that she can see through the window that she just spent the last 9 hours with. He barks when someone walks up to us and I am trying to talk to them but if we walk up to someone he doesn’t care and just wants to play. Do not use these methods with a neck collar, it is too likely to harm your dog’s neck.
Additionally, hurting the dog (yes: choking, yanking and shocking are painful) can lead to fear and aggression.
Now it seems to be getting worse, he will now bark at any noise he hears outside, if a neighbor walks by as we’re on a walk he will bark like crazy.
We got a call from the mother saying that our dog had bite the child when the little girl went to say goodbye. Then while in the car, when we are at a stoplight, if she can see the person driving the car next to us, she will bark like a maniac at them until the light turns green and we can get away.
I live by myself so he is only around me but I feel that he is really socialized because I take him with me wherever I go. Now our dog has NO patience for children and seems to be afraid of any new people that don’t have another dog with them. I honestly cant even remember if she barked at work prior to her friend leaving, or if it’s a bad habit passed down.
We have 2 dogs of different breed and feel bad because the dog is outside most of the day and barking. We will be at a stoplight and there will be someone at a gas station (pretty far away) pumping gas and she will see them and start barking really loud. The worst is when I am taking her outside to do her business and a neighbor is outside with their dog. It almost makes me not want to take him anywhere and I hate that because I got him to be a hiking, kayaking, camping buddy! So far I’m trying to get her comfortable with my parents by putting the treats in their hands and slowly try to get her to come to them. Sometimes I will ask if our two dogs can meet…and Timber is always very friendly, but as soon as we start walking away she starts barking again.

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