Bark control systems were created for pet owners who are looking to control the barking of their dog for one reason or another. In some situations this is the only solution, while others involve your own behavior modifications. The first step is to understand the reason behind your dog’s constant barking.
Have you ever had a friend who just never seemed to stop talking? Some dogs are the same way. It is just a part of their personality. For such dogs, bark control systems can be the perfect solution.
Dogs are pack animals and naturally inclined to protect the pack -- in this case, you and your household. Your dog is naturally geared to protect your home. When someone from outside the home arrives, expect your dog to bark. He or she is also going to bark in response to the neighbor's dog. You have limited control over these situations, because changing these situations means changing the nature of the canine.
In other cases, dogs bark because they want your attention for one reason or another. They might be bored, hungry, wanting to go outside, or overly anxious. This type of barking is easily managed. You can spend more time playing with your dog. You can also put your dog on a feeding schedule as well as an outdoor schedule. When your dog gets acclimated to the schedule, he or she won't bark to eat or go outside. Giving your dog more attention will naturally reduce his or her anxiety and craving for attention, and reduce the barking as a result.