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  • BARK CONTROL

    Trouble with barking?

Why Do Dogs Bark?

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A few quick barks can mean a dog is feeling playful

Play: 
A few quick barks can mean a dog is feeling playful

Play: 
A few quick barks can mean a dog is feeling playful

Play: 
A few quick barks can mean a dog is feeling playful

Why Do Dogs Bark?

 Play: A few quick barks can mean a dog is feeling playful

 Alarm: Dogs often bark explosively when they are surprised by a person or animal approaching their space

 Boredom: Some dogs bark seemingly at nothing when they are feeling bored and restless

 Loneliness: Dogs are naturally social and may bark for attention when left alone

Ways To Limit Barking

Remove stimuli: Limit your dog from seeing passersby with curtains, privacy fences, etc.

More exercise: Give your dog outlets for pent-up energy like walks and playtime

Routine changes: Adjust your schedule so you spend more time with your dog

Training: Teach your dog to bark less and to express himself in other ways

Why Use Bark Control? 

Bark Collars and Bark Control Devices work safely, quickly and effectively.

Here are some of the ways these training tools can improve life for you and your dog:

Encourage your dog to stay calm and relaxed in distracting situations

Prevent stress for the people and pets in your home

Avoid noise complaints from landlords and neighbours

Keep you and your dog together for a happy and peaceful life

Why Use Bark Control? 

Bark Collars and Bark Control Devices work safely, quickly and effectively.

Here are some of the ways these training tools can improve life for you and your dog:

Encourage your dog to stay calm and relaxed in distracting situations

Prevent stress for the people and pets in your home

Avoid noise complaints from landlords and neighbours

Keep you and your dog together for a happy and peaceful life

How Does Bark Control Work?

Bark Collars are behaviourally-activated and worn by the dog. They work by detecting a dog’s bark with a sensor that rests against the dog’s neck. When the dog barks, the collar automatically responds with a startling stimulation that captures his attention. This consistent, immediate interruption of barking behaviour gradually teaches a dog to bark less.

Indoor and Outdoor Bark Control devices are also available that can reduce barking without the use of a collar. These devices detect the sound of barking and automatically respond with an ultrasonic sound that interrupts the barking behaviour. Because no collar is required, these can even be used to discourage a neighbour's dog from barking.

Types of Bark Control

Spray

Uses a quick burst of harmless spray near your dog's face to interrupt barking; spray can be unscented or citronella-scented

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Static

Uses a harmless electronic "static" pulse against your dog's skin to interrupt barking instantly and consistently

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Audible

Uses SoundBurst™ Technology to interrupt barking with an abrupt, harmless sound that dogs and people can hear.

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Vibration

Uses a harmless vibration against your dog's skin to interrupt barking; feels somewhat like the vibration of a mobile phone

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What do our customers say?

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We understand that your dog's safety is your top concern. It's also important that your training experience is successful and productive. You may have heard some negative opinions about bark collars, and especially about static training. There is misinformation surrounding these products, but the truth is that they are safe and effective when used responsibly. Here are some resources to help you learn more

Myth v Reality

Here are some of the common myths and the realities behind them.

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Common Questions

Read some expert answers to common questions our customers often ask

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What makes PetSafe Bark Collars the Best?

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The Partnership for Electronic Training Technology (PETT) and the Electronic Collar Manufacturers Association™ (ECMA) represent international efforts to set high standards of quality, safety, efficacy and education for electronic training products in Europe. We’re proud to partner with PETT and ECMA to ensure that our bark control products meet or exceed these standards in every way.

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