Roommate is not on board with my training methods for excessive barking at the door.

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My dog is an excited barker. If he hears someone knock on the door he typically loses his mind over the anticipation to greet someone. I have been trying to break this habit by remaining calm and positive, rewarding him when he is calm, and never yelling. (If this is ineffective or you have more tips, I welcome any advice)

So the main issue I am having is that I have asked my roommate not to yell at the dogs (we each have one) repeatedly when they start excessively barking at the door. She doesn't protest, but she continues to yell at them to quit. I am no professional by any stretch of the imagination, but I don't feel like I can or will ever make progress on the barking if we aren't on the same page.

Any advice on where to go from here?

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