Benefits of Bark Control Collars

Benefits of bark control collars

The problem

You've realised your dog has a barking problem, a bad one too. As a dog owner, you don't want to feel like you're not in control. Bark Control collars provide an effective, safe and fair solution.

Regardless of whether your dog is on an acerage, in a suburban home or an apartment, excessive barkingNothing is more frustrating than being the owner of a dog that just will not.stop.barking.or howling. Regardless of whether you live on an

boredom, attention, wants to play, separation anxiety, hearing noises

Consistent form of correction

When your dog barks, it's easy to grab your dog's attention and distract them when you're home. But what about when you're not home? It's hard to give your dog consistent corrections when you're not home. Bark control collars are a great solution for this.

Different Options of Bark Collars

 

Where dogs live:

acerage, houses, apartments, kennels

 

Problem barking isn't going to stop itself

 

You may try to shout at your dog to teach them to stop but it's similar to a reward because their barking for attention, and you gave it to them. Giving them a strike on the snout. Often you'll reach them when the barking has already stopped and your dog may not be sure as to why it's being punished.

Static Electric Bark Collars

Static Electric Bark Collars are the most effective solution for controlling nuisance barking in both pet dogs and working/stubborn dogs. Unlike the electric collars made decades ago that used real electric pulses, modern collars have advanced in their design and are made to be A LOT safer for your dog.

  • Most effective solution in stopping nuisance barking (99% success rate)
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Citronella Bark Collars

The next best option for pet dogs. Citronella spray collars emit a spray of citronella when your dog barks. These collars are ideal for timid dogs or dogs that are easily startled.

  • 75% success rate
    • Higher success rate in pet dogs such as Schnauzers, Whippets, Great Danes and Golden Retrievers
    • Lower success rate in working breed dogs such as German Shepherds, Rottweilers, Border Collies and Kelpies