Thursday, February 10, 2011


Now this is too much! YOU CAN STOP A DOG FROM BARKING!!! I am not taking this. These people need some institutional help

Hi Chandu,

Nancy again from

In my first 2 emails, I had talked about one basic thing that drives
most of the problem behaviors in Namya. I
also showed you how to stop your Namya from Jumping.

Today, I'll talk about how to stop your Pug from
barking and biting.


If your Pug is barking or howling when ignored,
it's probably because it suffers from separation anxiety.

Separation anxiety usually starts with fear and insecurities.

Training your dog to do some tricks will help it gain self-esteem.
Learn about lots of different tricks that you can teach
Namya from our Pug Lovers Membership
Site at:           

If Namya is yapping at the neighbors through
the fence and annoying them, then behavior modification is THE key.
You should teach Namya a reverse command to stop
the barking.

To teach your Pug a reverse command, it must first
know the command "SPEAK". The SPEAK command is used to teach your
Pug to bark, but only when you tell it to (i.e.
bark on demand).

My Pug Lovers Membership Site contains step-by-step
instructions on how to teach Namya to SPEAK. Join the
Membership site at:           

Once it has mastered the SPEAK command, think of another word to
tell your Pug to stop barking. Whatever word you
choose, it should be one word and preferably one syllable if

This process of first teaching your Pug to bark on
demand when your objective is to make it stop barking unnecessarily
may seem counter-intuitive at first, but I have found that it works
brilliantly in reality.

To learn more about exactly how this reverse command method works,
you can join our Pug Lovers Membership Site at:

Some trainers recommend that you use anti-bark collars in order to
prevent your Pug from barking. Anti-bark collars
come in two types - radio and herbal spray, but, I do not recommend
either. I have already told you I do not believe in yelling at or
hitting a dog in order to train it.

It would be best if you can train Namya to stop
barking on command - without touching him at all :)


If your Pug has the habit of biting you or other
members of your family, you can use some of the following techniques
to stop it from doing so:

One thing to keep in mind when you are teaching your
Pug not to bite is: DO NOT use toys and activities
that encourage biting.

Let me explain with an example:

Playing tug-of-war. Although this may be a popular playtime
activity for you and Namya, did you know that
this encourages Namya to bite, thus leading to unwanted
behavior problems?

Well, I am not saying that you should never play tug-of-war with
Namya. Once he is trained and fully understands the
"Off" command, you may tug-of-war with him. Until then, it is
best to put the rope away.

Another common mistake made by inexperienced Pug
owners that encourages biting is rough housing.

How many of us have either seen, or participated in, activities such
as growling at our dogs and letting them grab our hands in their
mouths during play?

Then, when our Pug bites too hard, we scold him
and tell him "no bite". We are completely confusing our
Pug by doing this if it has not yet been trained
to understand hard bites from soft bites.

If your dog has a great propensity to bite when playing, it is
a good idea to keep your hands away from its face when playing or
petting. This will discourage the biting by removing
the item it is trying to bite.

Never reward mouthing, snapping or grabbing types of behavior.

An example would be playing with Namya even after
it has grabbed a toy from your hand. In this instance, you should
stop playing and ignore Namya.

Continuing to play will enable it to think the grabbing behavior
was acceptable and it will continue to do so in the future. This
could  result in it later grabbing food or other items,
unintentionally injuring someone or another animal.

Once your Pug has established that mouthing or
biting is not the appropriate response in most instances, it is
important that you make it understand when it IS an appropriate
response. For instance, Retrieving is a situation where it is
appropriate for your Pug to mouth or bite.

Another approach to stop the unwanted biting behavior is to simply
stop interacting with your Pug and ignore it for a
period of time.

You can learn more about How To Stop Your Dog From Biting from
my exclusive Pug Lovers Membership Site at           

Well, that's all that I have for today.

The tips discussed in this email should give you a good starting
point to help you correct behavior problems like barking, biting etc.

However, there are lots of other important issues that we have not
discussed which are essential for you to know before you can start
training your Pug not to bark or bite.

Also, apart from barking and biting, there are several other
behavior problems like chewing, digging, short attention spans,
excessive energy etc. that we have not discussed in this email.

Listen to this part carefully:

The tips from my Membership Site are 100% GUARANTEED
to work for Namya.

If it doesn't, I'll refund ALL of your money and let

Here's the full scoop:

Chandu, you have NOTHING to lose by trying this.

If Namya isn't a well-trained dog
after you put this system to work, let me know and I'll
give you your money back ...AND STILL LET YOU KEEP THE WHOLE

Why can I make such an outrageous guarantee?


I know this works.  I've used it on my own dog,
and have helped hundreds of dog owners with it.

Go here and get your copy right now:

You'll be glad you did.  I guarantee it.

Nancy Richards
Suite No 1010,
8721 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90069-4507

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