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tomas

keepin a dog quiet in a kennel

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i used a barking citroenella collar....................worked for a while untill my patterdale realised that if he barked constant for 10 mins he emptied it and he also became sore and ill from it constanty spraying on him............................we use a muzzel now every time they bark, has curbed it alot!

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This collar is a sound one i thought id try that 1st as with the citrus i can see him emptying it within mins as wats been said

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Pain free cheap and practical.. :thumbs:. i use one and i cant fault it..not for barking but fighting..but from experience they can't bark when it's on..

 

I'd have thought that would have hindered it............... :whistling:

That's the general idea.. :D

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By the sounds You want him to bark at people if they come by your door, but you dont want him to just bark when strangers go by,If he is on a chain he will bark any way it tends to encourage them to bark cant You take him of the chain or is Your fence around your garden to low will he jump over it,If he cant see strangers he wont bark at them until they try to come in,putting a bark/shock collar on him will deter him doing the job You got him for.

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I have another fence coming the one i have at the min is 4ft. he just consantly barks when we are out that is what i need to stop would just putting the collar on when we all are out work and thank you lads for all your advice

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