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John Sheridan
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How to deal with a dog that constantly whines or barks
Oct 13th, 2012 at 12:42pm
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Have you ever been troubled by a dog that constantly whines or barks? It may have been your own dog or one owned by one of your neighbours. Very often the last person to know that their dog is barking and being a nuisance when they are left alone, is the owner. Barking of course, is quite natural and is an important means of communication for dogs. On the other hand, excessive barking can become an intolerable nuisance and may be because the dog is insecure or anxious, because itís left alone too long and is lonely, bored or frustrated or because of fear, because itís not receiving enough exercise and training or even because of some medical problem. Episode 02 of the [url]http://www.mypetcarevideoshow.com[/url] includes a clip in which Bernadine Cruz, a veterinarian at the Petcare TV network in the UnitedStates, offers some advice about dealing with a barking dog
  

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