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It is observed that Yorkies with more avenues of entertainment have a reduced tendency to bark. So, get a good range of toys for your dog to play with. More play time means your Yorkie has less stress and frustration to deal with. Regularly take the Yorkshire Terrier out for outdoor activities and increase his exposure to different sounds and situations. As he gets familiar with various types of noises, the dog becomes less reactive. Thus with reduced frustration and increased familiarity, you can manage Yorkie barking behavior.
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You may want to familiarize your Yorkie puppy to a variety of sounds that are routinely around the house. Sounds that may be new to your puppy may be the doorbell ringing, or the sound of the television. Some dogs bark when they hear the telephone ringing, music playing, or the noise from a vacuum cleaner. Bear the Yorkiepoo's reaction to
Photo provided by FlickrThis is Lucky Dog the Yorkie Barking!!! His Bark sounds more like a chrip than a bark!
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A Yorkie Poo can take his watch dog role to extremes. If you live in an apartment, you may find that his incessant barking at the slightest sound outside the front door is more than just a source of embarrassment.

Early socialization and training is essential to prevent barking from becoming an issue. Go to “”, for a number of tips that will help.my yorkie/pekingnese dog has a LOUD bark for being so little. Anyways I'm wondering if newborns can sleep through the annoyance of a barking dog......is it a sound they're used to being in the womb or will they cry every time the dog barks?????? Will I have to always keep the dog away from a sleeping baby?In most cases, a Yorkshire terrier barks because of the lack of proper socialization skills. The dog also barks when one is threatened or territorial. But when a Yorkie barks each time someone walks by the house or any other normal neighborhood activity, the dog becomes an annoyance. One way to stop the continuous barking is through socialization training. Take the dog for a walk around the neighborhood and meet the people, children and others so that they are accustomed to the sights and sounds. The dog must be on a leash as you chat with the neighbors. This will help decrease the stress level of the dog and make one less likely to bark continuously. When the dog starts barking, don’t yell at him. Instead, go to the dog and say no barking while asking him to sit. When the dog stops barking then praise him.We have two 11-yr old dogs, a Yorkie and a ShiTzu mix. They get over excited when people visit. They don’t bark, they make very loud whining sounds, the more they like the person, the noisier. They calm down once the visitor pats them or recognizes they exist. When we drive into our driveway after even brief absenses, they do the same, very loud, sort of a screaming whine. They stop as soon as we open the door. Suggestions, anyone? Thanks in advance.It is an ultrasonic device known for its use of vibration and sound to deter dog barks. The good thing about it on Yorkies is that it has a sturdy build which may not be easily tampered with by your hyperactive dog.