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Many dogs bark at the door to indicate that they want to go out. Lowering the pitch to a relaxed midrange means “Terrific!” or some other similar expletive, such as “Oh, great!” My cairn terrier, for example, who loves to jump, will give this single bark of joy when sent over the high jump.
A dog with no former primary caregiver and who has suffered abuse and neglect is going to overly bond to whomever really cares for him: this is par for the course. Almost all rescue dogs have issues. The best way to address his attention getting behavior, and your own obvious desire to comfort and love...
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