Does anyone have any tips on training your Corgi not to bark? I have a 6 month old male Cardigan and he feels the need to bark at anything that moves or makes a sound when he is outside. He will do this day or night, but night time seems to be worse. When it's dark out he will often bark when there is nothing even there. He goes into this guard dog mode and once he begins the barking, nothing else matters. He's being a great guard dog but that's not the behavior we're looking for. We live in an apartment complex and we can't have him barking and growling like mad outside of people's windows early in the morning and late at night. He gets so caught up in barking that he won't go potty. He is usually still barking as I'm carrying him back upstairs and once he's back inside he will roll over on his back and stay there looking guilty. He obviously knows how mad this makes me, or maybe he's not making the connection between his barking and my rising blood pressure. We've tried leash corrections, a touch to snap him out of it, verbal corrections and a spray bottle and nothing works. I don't want to go the bark collar route because I don't want to hurt him but there has to be some way to teach him that it's not ok. When we're not in the apartment complex he doesn't react this way so he obviously thinks he's guarding the place. Any suggestions?