Teacup Poodles and other puppies are often blamed for barking. Sometimes, this is due to a very tense and anxious personality. It may also be because the poodle is confined to a small house or apartment, with extra energy to burn and a lack of opportunities for exercise and play. Sometimes, your poodle may bark legally for the same reason that other dog’s bark.
The teacup poodle may bark because something triggers it, such as a strange sound or feeling, thunderstorm, the sound of other dogs or vehicles, or because it is trying to protect you. Although he may be small, he has the same instincts as other dogs. Sometimes, your teacup poodle may be excited by guests or play or maybe anxious or bored because he hasn’t exercised, played, or focused for too long. Poodles bark, just as most dogs do in this case. You can train your teacup poodle not to bark, especially if barking is inappropriate, for your peace, your family, and the rest of the neighborhood! First, however, make sure you meet the sporting needs of your teacup poodle and recognize a reasonable reason to bark.
Investigate the initial causes and triggers of barking. Is there a legitimate reason for your dog barking? Did he hear the siren in the distance, or did he feel the coming thunderstorm? If this is the case, it may be appropriate to redirect or comfort him.
Exercise and play with your teacup poodle. Teacup poodles are high-energy dogs that need to burn energy to relax. If your poodle may be barking because of anxiety or high emotions, make sure it has a chance to burn off that energy.
Teacup poodles may have learned to be intimidated by big dogs or strangers. If the owner holds a dog like a teacup poodle in his arms and gets nervous when approaching, they may inadvertently cause their poodle to bark. Make sure your teacup poodle faces many situations in a calm, confident manner so that your dog will adapt to other people and the new environment to reduce triggering and anxiety.
When you can’t concentrate on your teacup poodle, provide toys and chewable items to give it an alternative focus to prevent anxiety and boredom.
You can gradually expose your teacup poodle to triggers, creating a different connection. For example, if the approach of a deliveryman triggers your teacup poodle barking, train your poodle to actively reinforce the deliveryman as he approaches, or to meet the delivery man outside and walk with them to keep your teacup poodle calm around the deliveryman. Any way to change the dog’s response to the trigger.
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