The Dog Training

Managing the Excessive Barker 
Dogs communicate with barks, and when your pet dog is barking, there is generally a reason behind it. Canines might perceive something which we can't, or they might just start barking from boredom, he might start barking simply to hear sounds and remain busy!
In the event you provide your pet plenty of physical exercise, playthings, focus and also have made your backyard quite interesting training him to not bark really should be simple enough.
Start his instruction along with his dog collar and lead, if he barks while on the lead a clear, crisp jerk along with a firm no will demonstrate to him that his woofing is inappropriate.
Move on to the more advanced ways of teaching if it's required. Slowly but surely a firm no would be the only correction that is required, plus your neighborhood friends will probably be a lot more pleased!
If he barks only when you're not home, try leaving behind your radio on the talk station, this might persuade him that you're there and keep him calm.
When this fails, tape an ordinary family dialogue one evening, you may need a continuous play tape to make use of this process, every now and then , toss in the word “no”.
Whenever you leave, play the tape, it'll help remind him that there's generally somebody about, and he isn't meant to start barking. 
If everything else does not work out, make-believe you're leaving your house for the entire day, be really precise with your actions, even jingling the keys to lead him to believe you've locked the doorway.
You will have to be a very good actor as canines are extremely perceptive, and can detect it if you really aren't.
Have a cut lemon handy, as he starts to bark, open up the doorway and say a clear, crisp no, then place a small amount of lemon of another bitter liquid on his tongue, This will need to be carried out several times to get the point across to him, it will take time, but is well worth the effort.

American Staffordshire Terrier
American Staffordshire Terrier