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Old 06-03-2015, 06:45 PM   #241
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Yelling doesn't work. Our dog trainer said it was just confirming the barking. We tried a Spray bottles air cans vibrating collars. Now we just use earplugs. They seem to work the best.
And that does nothing for your neighbors while your dog keeps barking.
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This applies to any pump. In fact, access to pumps at many stations is limited for RVers and invariably, you end up patiently waiting behind someone, who knows you're patiently waiting behind them, who fills their tank and then disappears into the station for 15 minutes while leaving their vehicle at the pump. Inconsiderate *&^%$#@!
X2!! And then have the audacity to look at you like 'what's wrong?'
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And that does nothing for your neighbors while your dog keeps barking.

Aren't you old enough to just take the hearing aids out?
I was really just kidding about the ear plugs. I struggle with our dogs and I know they do bark. We are working on it but it's a work in progress.
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citris anti bark collars...a little ammonia in your spray bottle water will get their attention if your on a budget.
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Aren't you old enough to just take the hearing aids out?

NO AWNING HOLD DOWN KIT FOR YOU!!!!!!


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citris anti bark collars...a little ammonia in your spray bottle water will get their attention if your on a budget.

Citrus or ammonia can cause severe burns if it gets in a dogs eyes. They do make a citronella product that does the same thing. Yes we have tried it. No I will not cause injury to an animal to make him or her stop barking.
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Thanks for shouting. I didn't have my hearing aids in. LOL.
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Citrus or ammonia can cause severe burns if it gets in a dogs eyes. They do make a citronella product that does the same thing. Yes we have tried it. No I will not cause injury to an animal to make him or her stop barking.
But it's ok to cause discomfort to humans?
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You are stirring up the pot now OC. Please before anyone sprays a dog with citrus or ammonia spray it in your own eyes first. Not the way to train a dog.
I think as long as there have been dogs there have been people not happy with them barking. Anyone parked next to me knows I alway ask if the dogs are barking when we are gone. Sometimes it's a yes most times it's not. A little communication goes a long way. That's the case with most of these "Pet Peeves ". Walk over and talk to your neighbors. Isn't that why we go camping it enjoy the outdoors and meet like minded people.
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