Quiet identity dog collar Round leather ID tag by MJLeatherwork

Quiet identity dog collar Round leather ID tag by MJLeatherwork
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Are you tired of listening to your dog bark at squirrels, cars, and everything else that moves all day long? Or maybe it is your neighbors that are getting really fed up with the constant commotion. Either way, the No Bark Collar By Naturepets is the perfect way to get rid of all that noise. The No Bark Collar By Naturepets is a harm free barking solution so you can enjoy your peace and quiet.
Quiet identity dog collar Round leather ID tag by MJLeatherwork
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Teach your dog when he needs to be quiet with a bark control collar. Your dog wears the collar, which gives a gentle, consistent correction each time he barks. You’ll have a quieter dog in no time! Quiet identity dog collar Round leather ID tag by MJLeatherwork
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The crucial thing you must remember if you opt to use your e-collar for teaching a Quiet command is to collar condition the dog first! Don't start out your initial training by tapping for vocalization. Start out your training with recalls and following on leash and a bit of other obedience as you see in theWhen the collar senses your dog’s bark, it delivers a short, harmless, static stimulation. If the dog continues barking, the collar delivers another stimulation. A barking dog quickly discovers that the only way to avoid the correction is to be quiet. When your dog no longer spends energy barking, you’ll have a dog ready to go the extra mile in the field. A dog that has learned to respect the bark-control collar is calmer in the kennel, more responsive on hunts, and easier to train. Hear the quiet?Designed to prevent a dog from ‘backing out’ of its collar, the Martingale has a limited slip choker action. Also has become the training collar of choice among many dog trainers as it remains quiet when correcting the dog rather than creating a metal shank sound of a choke chain.If the concept is new to you it may seem cruel, but quieting your dog through slight electrical stimulation is actually among the most humane of interventions. For one thing, the dog is in charge. He will only receive stimulation from the collar if chooses to bark.Do not confuse "tone" with the "beeper" feature in many of the collars. "Tone" is a quiet sound that can only be heard close to the collar. A "beeper" is used to locate a bird dog. They are very loud and can be heard as far as 400 yards away. Barking is a natural instinct for your dog. It’s also natural for you to want some peace and quiet now and then. Simply turn on the collar or ultrasonic deterrent when you want your dog to stop barking. Every time your dog barks, your dog will hear or feel a safe, effective correction that reminds him not to bark.