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Is your dog troublesome - Then get a bark collar

I can't think of a more infuriating thing than that of a dog woofing for no purpose, one which goes on and on and on till you think you could yell out loud.

Luckily, there are many kinds of bark collar which will lead to a humane cure for this difficulty.

One is called a shock collar - having stated this don't visualize you are half way to fatally shocking your animal. The collar is able to recognize oscillations in the dogs throat indicating that it is barking then it will merely dispense a slight shock.

The intensity of the shock will equate to whenever you handle specific things and you get that stinging feeling, it is no more than that.

Eventually though your animal is going to be taught to relate his barking with getting this sensation in his neckline which, because it is a feeling he has not had before, he won't like and he is likely to learn not to bark so that he wouldn't have that sensation in his neck again.

If you don't care for the suggestion of your own animal receiving a shock and sincerely consider that it is unkind you might always pick the Citronella collar.

This bark collar has tiny vial of Citronella fluid and when the collar recognizes that the dog is woofing it lets go a mist of Citronella in front of the animals snout. Dogs do not like this citric aroma so sooner or later he is able to be trained that if he does not woof he would not obtain this offensive smell below his muzzle.

Possibly you would favor a sonic bark collar to either of the others. This one, again once it detects woof vibrations in the animals esophagus, gives off a sonic tone that just the animal can hear.

Every occasion the animal yaps the noise grows in power and it would go on increasing as long as the dog barks. As soon as the animal has barked more than 15 occasions in one minute the dog collar will take a break for a time to offer the dog a space in the education process, then begin all over again - that is if the animal is still woofing.

I honestly cannot say what effect this sonic noise would have on all additional pets you have in the home since they no doubt are going to hear it. It would be a shame to punish them for a thing they aren't doing.

In addition there is the subject of the dog you are trying to teach being unable to hear. I can't see this sonic collar working on a deaf animal.

Woofing dogs are never only an aggravation to the owner, you should consider the people living next door to all this din. This will be a plain case in favor of a bark collar. Disputes both vocal and legal have been the consequence of a pet dog being left to woof unchecked. Possibly you have to work and the dog is left on its own throughout the daytime, you certainly do need to know that it is not creating a trouble that will cause you troubles.

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