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Barking Solutions: Tranquil Window Film for Dogs

Applying a glass obscuring film is an easy way to help prevent your dog from barking at a window or glazed door. We recommend frosting the glass above the dog's eye level, wether standing or sitting.

Dogs often bark at windows due to various stimuli outside, such as other animals, people, or movement. To address this behaviour, it's important to understand and address the underlying reasons for the barking rather than relying solely on window film. Here are a few alternative approaches to consider:

  1. Training and Desensitization: Work on training your dog to become more accustomed to the sights and sounds outside the window. Gradually expose them to the stimuli that trigger barking and reward them for remaining calm. This process might take time, patience, and consistency.
  2. Provide Distractions: Offer your dog toys, treats, or puzzles that can keep them engaged and distracted from the outside view. This can redirect their attention away from the window and minimize barking.
  3. Create a Designated Space: Set up a comfortable area away from the window where your dog can relax. Use positive reinforcement to encourage them to go to that space and reward them for being calm.
  4. Glass Obscuring Film: Installing frosted film can help block the view from the window, reducing the stimuli that trigger barking. 
  5. Environmental Enrichment: Provide your dog with mental and physical stimulation through interactive toys, puzzles, and regular walks. A tired and mentally engaged dog is less likely to bark out of boredom.
  6. Consult a Professional: If your dog's barking is excessive or problematic, consider consulting a professional dog trainer or a veterinarian to address the underlying causes and develop a suitable behaviour modification plan.

Remember, dogs communicate through barking, and sometimes barking at the window is a way for them to alert you about potential intruders or changes in their environment. It's important to find a balance between addressing the barking behavior and allowing your dog to express their natural instincts.

Here are a few products which offer privacy when looking out of a window or glazed door.