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Teaching Your  Maltese Puppy   Not To Bark

 

Why  Maltese Puppies Bark
The first step in obtaining peace and quiet is to realize that most  Maltese Puppies bark for specific reasons. Some reasons include:

  • Solitary Confinement. A  Maltese Puppy   left alone or confined for long periods without supervision is likely to bark because he feels anxious or sad and is afraid the owner may not return. (Will your  Maltese Puppy   be left along for much of the day? Some  Maltese Puppy  s adapt to this better than others.)
  • Who�s in Charge Here? Your  Maltese Puppy   may bark excessively for your attention because you unintentionally trained him to do so. One "woof" and you open the door to let him out. Another and you let him in. A polite bark is rewarded with a treat. A loud one brings praise for alerting you to stranger danger. Too much barking brings censure. To a  Maltese Puppy  , humans are consistently inconsistent.
  • Inactivity. Lack of exercise can easily result in a  Maltese Puppy   that has pent-up energy and barks out of frustration. A well-exercised, happy  Maltese Puppy   is more likely to sleep when you're not there.


How to Stop the Barking
So, what can you do about your  Maltese Puppy  �s barking? Here are some tips:
  • Let's get physical.  Maltese Puppy  s that spend most of their time in the backyard or in the house probably need an exercise outlet. Even if your yard is large, dashing around it in circles is not the equivalent of exercise and interaction. Take your  Maltese Puppy   for a long walk, or head to the park for a change of scenery and a game of fetch.
  • Love the one you're with. Bring your  Maltese Puppy   into the house when you�re home. It's important that he feels he's part of the family and is loved. Develop a relationship with him through play and fun.
  • You've got a friend in me.  Maltese Puppy  s are social creatures. Take your  Maltese Puppy   to the same park daily or weekly and let him make  Puppy   friends.  Maltese Puppy  s romping around together tire easily and sleep soundly.


More Strategies
  • First, teach your  Maltese Puppy   that barking is okay until he is told to "Be quiet." Each time your  Maltese Puppy   barks, command him to "Be quiet." Simultaneously, hold a treat in front of your  Maltese Puppy  's nose. Most  Maltese Puppy  s get quiet immediately because they can't sniff and lick the treat while barking at the same time.
  • Praise your  Maltese Puppy   continuously during his quiet time with petting and words of encouragement.
  • After three seconds of no barking, let him have the treat. As you continue with your training, increase the amount of time you require him to be quiet before giving the treat.
  • When your  Maltese Puppy   makes a mistake and barks (and he will) reprimand him immediately. Never strike your  Maltese Puppy  , but do something that will catch his attention, such as clapping loudly or squirting water in his face. As soon as your  Maltese Puppy   stops barking, you must instantly reward him.


Practice and Patience are Key
Don't expect overnight miracles from a  Maltese Puppy   that�s been barking for months. It may take weeks to replace an old habit with a new one. If you keep up with the training, you will see a new pattern develop. Instead of barking relentlessly at the insignificant, your  Maltese Puppy   will bark appropriately and for a reasonable length of time.

Until you have retrained your  Maltese Puppy   about the appropriateness of barking, he should be confined to a place where he will cause the least disturbance. Shut your doors and windows and leave a television on to mask noises that might provoke your  Maltese Puppy   from the street. You may also want to shut off the telephone and doorbell if these set off a barking spree.