She barks when she wants food, she barks when she wants to play, she barks when someone is at the house (the entire time they're at the house) she barks when she wants to be picked up. This is probably encouraged by her getting food every time she barks for it, being played with every time she barks for it, etc. I have never met a more spoiled dog. Supposedly, Zach's parents are going to actually attempt to train her. His dad bought one of those bark control things and his mom freaked out about it so supposedly they're willing to listen to what I have to say. So far, I'm treating her for focusing. Which works, but not really, because after I treat her, she starts barking for the food. I think to start she needs more basic training, like a solid focus command, sit, etc. Unfortunately, she's not very smart. I haven't trained a *ton* of dogs, but I've probably trained about ten of them, and I have never had as much trouble teaching a dog basic things before. She just doesn't understand trying to please or doing anything other than barking manically for treats. I'm thinking we need to do something a little more drastic than just a "quiet" command, like NILIF, or end training sessions immediately after she barks, or something. Any advice, helps, tips, or things to try would be really appreciated here.