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PetSafe Ensures Safe And Effective Bark Control Units To Stop Dogs From Extreme Barking.

Author : Angelo Everton


Barking is perhaps the most effective way for dogs to communicate with their owners. Responding to the environmental stimuli, it is typical for dogs to bark whenever a dangerous situation is up. In the case of unnecessary barking, an anti bark collar is truly essential to preserve tranquility and a stress free environment, otherwise your neighbors will surely complain a lot. PetSafe introduces their anti bark products in four categories that include spray, static, ultrasonic and vibration.

These behavior modification bark control collars are used to stop nuisance woofing of dogs as they learn through comprehending the cause and effect relationship of their barking and its corresponding correction. While most of bark control units are based on one principle of correlating its cause and effect, the signals and effectiveness can vary greatly by product category.

A spray no bark collar is considered to be much more dog-friendly as it essentially provides a humane approach to shutting your dog compared to other alternatives. A liquid spray anti bark collar typically extracts citronella causing dogs to repel upon detecting the scent. Citronella is made from an extract of lemon mixed with water wherein the spray is activated by neck vibration and microphone. This is a more appealing approach for some pet owners than electric stimulation.

Static, otherwise known as electric collars, are said to be the most effective no bark collars. However, some pet owners do not agree to the inhumane approach of instilling static electricity to correct barking habit. Nevertheless, PetSafe allows you to customize the intensity of static electricity that the anti bark collar will release. Typically, your dog will receive a safe but annoying static correction. The release or the intensity of static electricity is directly related to the intensity of barking. That is, calm barks are corrected with low corrections, while excessive barking comes with increased intensity.

PetSafe ultrasonic bark controls emit noise to distract dogs from barking. The units come with built-in microphone sensors that react every time the dog barks. The noise is similar to a dog whistle which is inaudible to most humans. The concept is typically more like associating the distractive noise to the dog's bark wherein he should stop woofing as soon as the device emits the piercing noise. Sonic anti bark collar is recommended for young dogs with low drive or a timid temperament. Finally, the vibration no bark collar halts nuisance barking by merely using a harmless vibration.

Regardless of which anti bark collar you use for your dog, you have to bear in mind that barking will not stop overnight. You need to incorporate proper training for effective behavioral correction of your dog. If your dog stops barking, praise him with soft words and affection. Never administer the collar when the dog is no longer barking. So whichever type of no bark collar you decide to use, PetSafe is the brand that ensures safe and effective correctional units for your pet. After all, you do not want to wake up at night to shut your dog out, right?


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