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Taotronics TT-PT06 Dog Training Collar

Taotronics TT-PT06 Dog Training Collar

I have a one-year-old Jack Russel that barked at almost anything: motorcycles, cars, squirrels, other dogs, and anyone going in and out of the house. I have tried several other bark collars and none seemed to work. However, I like this one very much. It is easy to use and it is rechargeable.

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SportDOG Rechargeable NoBark 10R Bark Control Collar

SportDOG Rechargeable NoBark 10R Bark Control Collar

The SportDOG No bark collar is meticulously designed only to pick the sound from the bark of your dog only. Therefore, it will never confuse any sound with your dog’s bark. The collar is designed to use in the US only. This is because it is compatible only with the US 110v outlets and not with the common international 220v voltages.

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PetSafe No-Bark Collar, PBC-102

petsafe no-bark collar pbc-102

The PetSafe No Bark collar works by emitting shocks to the dog. When she barks, the vibration activates the sensor. The static shock is emitted through contacts touching her skin. The shocks increase in intensity as she barks, beginning with a low level of shock correction and increasing a bit with each bark that occurs within 30 seconds of the previous one. After she stops, the shock intensity is reset to the lowest level. Each shock is accompanied by a beep so you know when it is working. If she barks 15 times in 50 seconds, the collar shuts itself off automatically for 3 minutes.

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PetSafe Deluxe Bark Control Collar

PetSafe-Deluxe-Bark-Control-Collar

I purchased one of the collars posted at the PetSafe website. I would let you inform that it was the best collar I bought out of the three various types of bark collars. It does not fire whenever my dog trembles his head. The adjustable dial allows me to control the level of shock my dog gets. Since there is a school playground next to my backyard, my dogs used to bark frantically at the children playing outside. This would drive my neighbors crazy. The bark control collar worked well with my younger Schnauzer so I resolved on getting another collar for my older Schnauzer.

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Pet Tag Pro No Bark Collar

Pet Tag Pro No Bark Collar

If you are looking for a great technique to train your dog to stop barking that does not shock them, try the Pet Tag Pro No Bark Collar. This collar emits vibration and sounds when it detects a dog’s bark, rather than give them a painful shock. You can choose the intensity of the vibration and the sound to emit in order to distract your dog effectively. Make sure you reinforce the need to stop barking with a strong verbal command so he knows what is going on. When he stops, always reward him for good behavior.

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Epica Remote Dog Training Collar

Epica Remote Dog Training Collar

I used to read reviews for this dog training collar, but I was still wondering if they are truly honest or just some scams. However, one day I read a very impressive review and I decided to go for it and buy the collar. I was hoping it could help us with our retriever chow rescue that is actually a great dog. It was impossible to use an electric fence or a perimeter machine in order to keep him in sight. We wanted him safe, but we also wanted him to feel free. The collar arrived two days after I have placed the order. It took it two hours to charge and then we decided to try it.

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Einstein BarkLess No Bark E-Collar review

Einstein BarkLess No Bark

The Einstein BL-100 Barkless E-collar is just what I need for my dog when I have problems with him. It uses a low-current stimulation method. With the setting it to the correct level, the barking problems I solved. It also has an auto-mode feature that senses its barking habits and increases the stimulation as long as the barking stops for 10 minutes. Even with its small size (2.03’’x 1.43’’x 1.1’’ and 1.9 ounces), it offers enough stimulation for nearly all dogs. Its unique features allow the most humane stimulation available without the usual head jerking caused by other bark collars.

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Dogwidgets Rechargeable Remote

Dogwidgets Rechargeable Remote

Living on a ranch and working with different animals makes it difficult to handle your dogs without the help of a specialized trainer. However, dog-training services are rather expensive and take a lot of your time. Dogwidgets has developed a shock collar for two dogs, which I warmly recommend to everyone. I have used it to train my dogs to trail horses and things went really well. It ranges of 600 feet with two levels of shock and one level of vibration. It is suitable for small, medium, or large dogs within the range of 15 to 100 lbs. There is no problem to train your dogs. Either you can do it separately, or two dogs together.

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Dogtra No Bark Dog Collar YS300

Dogtra No Bark Dog Collar YS300

Having two noisy dogs can be rather difficult to go for a walk in the park. They tend to bark whenever they see something, so training is necessary. However, if you cannot afford to enlist your dog in a training program you can do it yourself with the help of Dogtra YS 300. I highly recommend this dog collar. With a small schnauzer and a lab mix, I have used the Dogtra collar effectively on both.

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Dogtek Electronic Bark Control Dog Collar

Dogtek Electronic Bark Control Dog Collar

I have 3 German shepherd girls, for those who know them they are pretty noisy. They bark at every dog that walks by. I feared for my neighbors so I bought 3 collars, each for my girls. I read the instructions given and I set the collars. I wanted to do a little experiment so I altered the sensitivity of around 20% and left the collars at ‘tone only’. When the dogs barked, the collars worked perfectly and produced the warning tones. Unfortunately, this had little effect on the dogs; they continued barking.

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