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 Yorkie Puppies and Loud Noises

Yorkshire Terriers

 

If your Yorkie puppy is afraid of loud noises, such as thunderstorms or firecrackers, you may need some advanced training to help him overcome his fears. Your Yorkie Puppy can overcome his fears if you gradually expose him to the stimulus that
scares him


If your dog is afraid of more than one noise, start by determining which scares him the most, and work on this first.


Record the sound that scares your Yorkie. Then expose him to the sound gradually by playing the recording at a volume low enough so as not to frighten him. While he hears the unpleasant sound, create a pleasant environment by using food, a toy, a gentle touch, or lavish praise. Each time your Yorkie Puppy - Yorkshire Terrier dog calms  down and stops paying attention to the sound, praise him and increase the  volume slightly.


If your puppy does not relax and you have waited a few minutes, turn the volume down. When he is relaxed, praise him, give him a treat and keep the recording at that volume for at least five minutes before increasing the volume again.


Begin with short sessions, but increase the volume of the recording at each new session. Over a period of time, lengthen the sessions until your Yorkie is capable of facing the recorded noise at a level similar to the real thing.  Remember to keep your Yorkie on a leash while doing these practice sessions. If  you do not have control of your dog and he is scared, he could run off.