Stop Barking Collar


stop-barking-collarIt is good form for a dog to bark only at threats that the master gives his/her approval, otherwise mutts should be trained to be silent where possible. Training your puppy from young is a good idea, but then again not all puppies have the same teachable temperament. Just before you give up on Lassie, how about considering the Stop Barking Collar?

Each time your dog barks, the vibration in his neck activates an ultrasonic signal that only your dog can hear, and he soon learns to stop. Water-resistant sensor is attached to a stretch collar that adjusts to comfortably fit any size dog. Features an on/off button and choice of ultrasonic or audible signal. Batteries included.

The Stop Barking Collar could greatly reduce the frustration when it comes to training between you and your mutt, hence tightening the bond even further. At $12.99 a pop, there really isn’t any loss in picking this up.

4 reviews or comments

Brianna Says: May 11, 2009 at 8:02 am

This toy is absouletly ridicous! People are that lazy to get there dog trained?

thraxisp Says: May 11, 2009 at 9:34 am

This works great until the dog realizes that if they bark enough over a short period, they will kill the batteries. That is, it’s not for Border Collies…

Dog Boarding Says: August 22, 2010 at 9:06 pm

Clever idea and worth the expense if your dog has ongoing problems with managing his constant barking. Often the barking becomes habitual and therefore requires just a small amount of energy, such as using this collar, to increase a more balanced position.

Geoff Wainwright Says: November 30, 2010 at 12:54 pm

Yes it is a great gadget although for me I prefer citronella than shock or supersonic waves. But if you had constant problem I highly suggest this kinds of gadgets.

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