Anti-Bark Collar help To Stop Dog Barking
Not all dogs need help with barking. Some are naturally quiet and balanced, but some dogs need help. Barking can cause a real strain on the owner-dog relationship, and cause countless neighbour complaints, which can be upgraded to the local authority.
Dogs vary in size and temperament; most dogs will never need any bark device, but some dogs make form habit of barking non-stop. The presence of the collar should mean no barking.
These collars should not be left on your dog permanently, and during the initial stages of use, you will need to be present to pass on a clear message of no barking.
These collars are not a magic pill. They are training devices used correctly and instructions followed; you should eventually be able to use these collars without spray or battery.
We offer three types of collars. From our experience, the spray collar is the most effective.
Ultrasonic emits a harmless but annoying high-frequency sound to distract the dog from barking. These do not work with every dog. Some dogs do not have perfect hearing and will not hear sound. This is especially true of older dogs. This device can be attached to the collar or a stand-alone model for indoor and outdoor use.
Spray stimulation uses a citronella-scented mist sprayed forward to interrupt a dog’s barking 98% success rate for these collars. With the correct training, these collars can eventually be used without the spray or batteries you put on the no-bark collar, and your dog, from experience, will now not bark.
Vibration stimulation utilises low-frequency vibration that the dog feels on the underside of the neck not far from the ‘voice-box’ to interrupt the barking, not a great success rate with these collars. They tend to work best on short-haired dogs.