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Join Date: Apr 2000
Location: Bloomington, IN, USA
As Jane pointed out this probably had nothing to do with the "protection" training and more his seeing if he could get what he wants. He has found that his barking gets him what he wants and now he is trying it in other areas.
If he starts barking, stop all activity and maybe even put him in a down for a minute. Then start the training again, repeat if necessary. He should eventually get the idea that barking in agility is not allowed and if he barks the fun stops.
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