Are you tired of your dog barking to the point where you are not getting any sleep? Can't go on walks? Neighbors Complaining? If so, you are not alone.
Millions of dog owners have this problem, yet very few ever correct the behavior. When using commands just isn’t enough, you may need something extra to trigger a response within your dog. That is why we developed the Pet Pawsabilities™ No Bark Collar.
The collar has helped. It hasn't stopped the barking but has limited it. Truthfully, I don't want him to stop altogether because he is a wonderful watch dog whose bark doesn't sound like 23 lbs. of cuteness.
My pug would bark out of control at allot of things! Constant yelling at her to try in quite her down. Not no more! The best part is it allows her to still to bark I didnt want to take that away just the out of control part. It worked it starts with sound only and proggres into Vibration only No shock.. no remote! No prongs! Comfortable! it works great thank you!!!!!
My Morkie (18 months) is only 5.3 pounds but out of desperation I decided to try it anyway. I had to cut and stitch the collar to make it small enough to fit her but that's OK. Her obnoxious unprovoked barking has stopped 98% of the time (I'm sure my neighbors are thrilled) I only put it on her when she goes out in my fenced backyard and we take it off in the house. She doesn't have any problems with it - we just snap it on and off.
My dog would bark constantly and I hate being THAT neighbor with the loud dog. My English Bulldog learned quickly on just the first day of using it! After she barked I would say, “No” while the collar beeped. The first two times the dog barks it beeps, on the third and so on it beeps then vibrates. On the first day she only barked three times once because she knew the vibration was coming and she wasn’t a very big fan of it. Now without the collar I say no after she barks once and she doesn’t continue. I think it’s very important to say a command while the collar is peeping so the dog can make an association.