Barking is a natural and normal dog behaviour and is even encouraged in many instances such as guarding the home and warning us of danger. Sometimes, however, this behaviour gets out of hand and can drive both you and your neighbours crazy.
There are many different possible causes for your dogs incessant barking and I will help you get to the bottom of it, before devising a plan to help you control the behaviour and reduce barking to an acceptable level.
Many councils can issue large fines (up to £5000) for dogs that bark excessively, so for the sake of both your pocket and your sanity, get in touch if you need to curb your dogs barking!
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