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Silly Mom's always say things like this and we know they won't do it so we continue barking, so ya see. Dogs are smarter than us. When I bark at the mailman he leaves and goes to the next house which tells me if I bark everything will leave.

Schnooks's Mom

Well, alright, it is an idle threat. I was hoping it would stop her from barking so much. She gets in this Zone when she really gets going & once I counted 400 consecutive barks before I interruped her. She is a dedicated barker, that's for sure. If we lived in the country, I wouldn't care at all. When we do go to the country to visit friends she doesn't bark at all. Silly Schnooksie!

Cheryl Fournier

That is just an idle threat. You would NEVER get banned to the doghouse for barking. If you do, sneak to my house. I'd love to hear you bark and I'd give you treats to woooooo for me!

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