I’ve got a small dog that for the most part is sweet. But she can start barking randomly and it’s annoying. I also know she will bark when the neighbors pet is out and noisy. They are out several times a day and are big trouble makers. Our properties are close together and we have a fence. This keeps the dogs separated but they do like to bark. I’ve heard of a sound device that can train dogs to stop barking over time and think I’d like to try this but I’m afriad it will hurt my pet. What do you recommend?
No doubt our BARKER STOPPER should help curb the barking behavior of your dog. You can set it to sound with an Ultra Sound (one only your dog can hear) or a loud audible sound you’ll be able to hear too. Think of this as a true dog training device and one that can be used inside or outside the home. I recommend keeping it on in the room where your pet is likely to bark the most.
For outside, you may consider setting a Barker Stopper close to the property line where your neighbor’s dogs like to bark. It has a range up to 25 feet and in theory should get them to cut back on the amount of barking they do. Most dogs will learn to stop barking once they hear the sound and since it can’t hurt them, there is nothing to worry about safety wise. Just remember to think of the Barker Stopper as a training device. With that in mind, you should understand it won’t work immediately. It generally takes a little for them to figure that if they stop barking, the sound goes away. Once they figure that out, the amount of barking will drop back considerably.
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