Bark collars for dogs can easily be used to help negate unpleasant barking conduct instantly.
What are we talking about:
Doritos Commercial – Dog Collar – Super Bowl 44 Spot
As the videos show, the concept of using a bark collar can be serious or silly, but you get the point.
These collars are extremely useful, especially in the United States where it is common for people to get in trouble with local animal control and other similar departments when pets are deemed by neighbors as being “out of control.” You may have even been in the position where a neighbor suddenly called animal control because of your dog’s incessant barking, without even talking to you about the issue. If you are tired of meeting with animal control representatives, and would like to have a better relationship with your neighbors, it might be a good idea to decide on what kind of dog collar would be best for your dog.
There are many kinds of collars that can safely be used on your pet dog. Here are some examples:
- Cure your dog of excessive barking safely and comfortably
- Choose 1 of 3 training modes that require both vibration and sound of bark to trigger correction
- Automatic shutoff feature eliminates risk of overcorrection
- No assembly required
- Long-life rechargeable battery, charger, operating guide, and lifetime limited warranty included
- For dogs 8 pounds and up
- 6 adjustable levels of static correction
- Vibration sensor detects dog's vocal chords moving
- Automatic safety shut-off: correction stops after 30 seconds
- Lightweight, waterproof receiver collar with PetSafe RFA-67 battery (included)
How it works: When your dog barks, the vibration of your dog’s bark triggers the sensor probe. The collar then administers a static correction through the contact points. It begins with the lowest level of correction and increases through the six levels each time she barks within 30 seconds of the previous barks. Once she stops, the collar will reset itself to the lowest level. When she barks again, the process will start over. Along with each
Choking chains – As the name implies, this type of collar tightens around the neck of the dog. It is often used in emergency cases, where the dog has become extremely violent and is trying to injure someone. The collar is placed near the ear region and can tighten extremely well, if the need arises.
Pinch collars – Pinch collars are equipped with metal prongs that exert pinpoint pressure on the skin around the neck. When a pinch collar is used on a dog by a dog trainer, the dog feels discomfort around his neck. In theory, this will stop any negative behavior from escalating. Pinch collars can cause injury, because the prongs are made of metal, if used improperly or too often.
- Durable, waterproof bark-control collar with sound and vibration sensitivity
- Patented Perfect Bark detection ensures only your dog?s bark will set it off
- Low-battery indicator.Battery is included in the collar
- 18 levels of correction lets you adjust to your dog?s personality
- Includes 6-volt battery, instruction manual, and limited lifetime warranty
- Three Adjustable Modes
- Warning Beeps
- Easy Adjust Collar
- Replaceable Battery
- Lightweight and Weatherproof
Shock collars – This is the most popular training no bark collar collar on the market, because it delivers a swift form of discipline/punishment to misbehaving dogs and get them to reduce dog barking. Electricity flows through shock collars, and is released upon the animal remotely through a separate control unit. Some shock collars can also be triggered by “electric fences,” or remote control units that are placed around a specific perimeter.
Because it delivers a swift form of discipline/punishment to misbehaving dogs and gets them to reduce dog barking, shock collars – This is the most popular no bark collar collar on the market. Electricity flows through shock collars, and is released upon the dog remotely through a separate control unit. Some shock collars can also be triggered by “electric fences,” or remote control units which are placed around a specific perimeter.
When the dog crosses the perimeter, a shock current is released that immediately corrects the dog’s behavior. This is called pet containment, and is very popular with professional trainers and regular dog owners alike. Shock collars can also be used to stop excessive barking. It stops the bad behavior rapidly.
Now, it is crucial that you do not shock your dog (even if you can) on a whim or for every small mistake or transgression. If you do, the no bark collar’s results will soon wane, and your dog may continue to bark, despite being shocked repeatedly. Use it only as a training tool, and never as a device for “getting back” at your dog for his mistakes. Also, learn to time your shocks properly. The shock should be applied the moment the behavior occurs, so that the lesson not to bark sinks in quickly and permanently.
Bark collars can be effective but care needs to be taken not to go too far as shown in this video that reports a Dog was Injured By Bark Collar At Kennel: