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A automatic anti bark alarm that activates a high pitched sound that causes discomfort to dogs ears when a ( KENNEL) of dogs kick off

Something like the Mosquito Device that was banned by councils i have done a bit of a search but with no luck

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Yes I have one here but never had the need to use it.

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Yes I have one here but never had the need to use it.

Could you give me more info please ?

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dont know about the noise but the auto bark collers that vibrate work a treat an only 7 quid

I know about these collars but the down side is that if you put them on say 10 dogs that are kenneled close together and 2 dogs start to bark they all get the electric shock

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I'll dig it out the shed tomorrow and give it a test, Bedlington sounds off at the drop of a hat, I'll see how she reacts.

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dont know about the noise but the auto bark collers that vibrate work a treat an only 7 quid

I know about these collars but the down side is that if you put them on say 10 dogs that are kenneled close together and 2 dogs start to bark they all get the electric shock

 

 

I think they're best used under supervision since they will figure it out soon enough but I don't think its a good idea to put one on and leave them unsupervised since something else might trigger it and cause nervous problems in the dog.

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I have one here proved it's self on a few dogs, from Russells to bull x ..........cured them all :thumbs:

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