• Sharon Blakeney-McDonald Blakeney-McDonald

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    June 9, 2016 at 5:52 am
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    Caroline I was wondering if you read the post on “Protection/intimidating barking on command” in the forum under <span class=”bbp-breadcrumb-current”>Personal Protection and Guard Dog Training?  Mike explains how the barking on command  is taught there, though it seems like Quma knows the command but doesn’t want to make the sound.  This is how I taught Tazer to speak on command but Tazer is a suspicious dog and as reactive aggression. It seem I have the opposite  problem with him to what you have with Quma…  Tazer doesn’t want to stop barking. lol.</span>