Barking is a veterinary surgery that removes tissue from the dog’s vocal cords. This makes a dog’s voice calmer, when done correctly. It does not stop barking as the word bark indicates, but now the barking sounds like a whisper and therefore does not irritate the neighbors of dog owners who bark frequently.
Embroidering dogs is a controversial topic. Some people think that it is simply wrong to subject an animal to unnecessary surgery. In addition, they believe that the dog can be emotionally damaged by the loss of voice. Most argue that with training, most dogs, even breeds that “bark,” can be trained to bark less often. They regard barking as a lazy and cruel method of calming a dog.
Proponents of shortening claim that the procedure saves the lives of many dogs that could be sent for pounds due to incessant barking. Some people acquire a dog that barks frequently and quickly quarrel with neighbors who have to listen to the dog barking all day and night.
For some, this means trying to find another home for the dog or simply sending the dog to the pound. Since many dogs are never adopted and are slaughtered, fans consider the barking to be a much better option.
In addition, those who support the removal of the bark also claim that they believe there is no significant evidence to suggest that the bark causes emotional harm to the dog. Because the dog can still bark, albeit silently, he did not steal his main “warning weapon.” Most embroidered dogs are generally subject to less scolding and punishment by owners; Therefore, proponents of barking suggest that embroidered dogs are actually happier.
The misconception about the results of the crust persists. Some dogs that have barked are likely to bark frequently, sometimes non-stop. It seems like a weak cough and in fact can be especially annoying for dog owners. Thus, dogs can be punished for barking even after the barking has occurred.
Opponents of the procedure are partly right when they believe most dogs can be trained not to bark frequently. Some breeds are associated with barking more often and may be the most difficult to train. In addition, barking means the dog cannot use its bark to alert owners of the danger. However, in some cases dogs see almost anything that happens as danger, so any warning with a complete bark is likely to be ignored.