This is another dog that barks much more than a normal dog. Smooth Fox Terrier originated in England. Like most terriers, Smooth Fox Terrier has a high degree of barking.
The character of Smooth Fox Terrier is lively, cheerful, brave, intelligent and active. These dogs usually bark when they see something they like in the park or outdoors. Remember, these Smooth Fox Terriers are raised for fox hunting, and they still have this instinct. Of course, you can train the Smooth Fox Terrier to reduce the bark of the Smooth Fox Terrier. Most obstinate barks of Smooth Fox Terrier are caused by boredom, boredom, pain and confusion.
Smooth Fox Terrier is very smart, fast, agile, very eager to please, very hard-working, tough, determined and charming. Smooth Fox Terrier is often bred to look for mice. It’s hard work to chase, hunt, dig and find mice. Smooth Fox Terrier has a keen sense of vision and hearing. They’re connected and alert. Most people never give Smooth Fox Terrier what they need. If your Smooth Fox Terrier does something unpopular, you’re almost certainly the reason. We are almost always to blame for the bark of the Smooth Fox Terrier. A boring Smooth Fox Terrier, without leadership, is definitely a threat. Smooth Fox Terrier tends to bark when it is bored.
Look at these Smooth Fox terriers. I’ll bet they’re happier than most unemployed dogs. Dog is synonymous with work. Smooth Fox Terrier loves work. Smooth Fox Terrier should do what they are raised for: work. Improvise.
Any dog with a stem in its gene will like to bark. Therefore, Smooth Fox Terrier likes barking very much, so how can we reduce the barking frequency of Smooth Fox Terrier? If your Smooth Fox Terrier often barks and doesn’t pause long enough, you reward quiet behavior. You can choose an action to distract the Smooth Fox Terrier, which can interrupt the bark of the Smooth Fox Terrier, such as loud applause or ringing. You can choose some items to prompt your Smooth Fox Terrier to bark. When you are ready to start training, you can use a doorbell or some other trigger to make your dog bark. When your Smooth Fox Terrier is barking, use your distraction to interrupt and distract them. Buy a Smooth Fox Terrier.
Reward your dog when it’s quiet. Once your Smooth Fox Terrier stops barking and is quiet, praise them and reward them. Make sure you only reward your Smooth Fox Terrier when they are completely quiet. You keep repeating this until your dog starts to understand how to use a combination of distraction and reward to teach your Smooth Fox Terrier not to bark. It may take weeks of positive reinforcement before your Smooth Fox Terrier realizes the link between food and quiet. When your Smooth Fox Terrier starts to respond better to the trigger, try saying “quiet” or similar commands instead of distracting sounds. Give them extra rewards to respond to orders. You have to train with your Smooth Fox Terrier all the time until they respond to “quiet” every time, so that Smooth Fox Terrier can completely reduce the frequency of barking.
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-- Bearded Collie
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