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How do you put a dog to sleep?

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Submitted : 2018-06-13 18:03:41    Popularity:     

Tags: put  dog  sleep  

I tried googling this, but all I got are ways to decide if you should put your dog down. I want to put him to sleep so he doesn t bark at night... Not trying to kill him..

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A well exercised dog is a good dog. Also when your dog is quite then you reward him. When it's time for bed make it very low key, dim the lights, no loud music or T.V., limit friends coming over until he gets the idea to calm down. good Luck!

give him treats when he doesn't bark and when he does tell him no also wear him out before bed by long walks , fetch and stuff like that

Give him plenty of exercise during the day so he will sleep at nite. If your dog is restless at nite, its because you are not giving him enough physical and mental stimulation during the day.

And Trisha.. The asker didnt ask how to make the dog unconscious or ask what he can use to gas or drug the dog.. any other such crap. You are drawing conclusions. Go get mental help.

Try proper training/correction, each time when caught in the act, as well as mental stimulation, such as obedience training, 3-4 times daily, 10-15 minutes each time, as well as providing sufficient daily walk/elimination times, minimally 3-4 times daily, 30-40 minutes each time, 1-4 times daily aerobic exercise, running, 20-30 minutes each time

you start by tiring him out..long walks twice a day, particularly in the evening.
Play with him, fetch, tug of war, what ever.
Teach him new tricks, something to occupy his mind.
All these things help to exhaust him so he won't bark.
there are mild over the counter sedatives you can find at the pet store to give him too but before medicating him, exercise him and see if that doesn't help.

I hope you get arrested.

Use the sleeper hold.

Tire him out during the day. Long walks, tossing the tennis ball etc.

LOL! Whatever you do, don't go to a vet and ask him to put your dog to sleep. 8^)

I'd say if you let him sleep inside he'll go to sleep and stop barking. Every dog we ever had slept at the foot of one of our beds, and they never barked. They sleep most of the time anyway.

just reward him when he dont bark, he'll get the message



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