Triggers can include seeing other dogs or people on walks, wildlife through windows, or restricted access to toys or food.
Look for signs like barking, whining, pacing, or scratching at the barrier, which indicate your dog's frustration.
Use positive reinforcement training to redirect your dog's focus and reward calm behavior in frustrating situations.
Gradually expose your dog to trigger situations at a safe distance, rewarding them for staying calm and gradually reducing the distance.
Provide interactive toys and puzzles to keep your dog mentally stimulated and distracted from frustration triggers.
Teach your dog relaxation techniques like settling on a mat or using calming cues to help them cope with frustration.
If your dog's barrier frustration is severe or challenging to manage, consult a professional dog trainer or behaviorist for guidance.