When I heard that there was a device known as anti bark collars I thought that it had to be a joke. I was really surprised that such things even e...
When I heard that there was a device known as anti bark collars I thought
that it had to be a joke. I was really surprised that such things even
exist. I always thought that a dog’s bark was a good thing especially if the
pup is supposed to help protect the house. However, I began reading about
anti bark collars and I’m barking a whole new tune.
While a dog’s bark is great for protecting the home as well as for
communication, many housepets may yelp excessively. We all have a friend or
relative who owns a dog that really takes barking to a whole new level.
Using anti bark collars on these housepets may be a real benefit. The question is
whether or not the devices are humane.
I made the decision to do a little homework about the anti bark collars and I was
pretty happy with what I found. Granted, my research is not complete but it
does point to a positive direction for anti bark collars in general. I’ve
to look into it a bit more before I would actually recommend using one
for a dear pet.
Excessive barking can ruin your friendship with your neighbors. Nobody wants
to live next to a pet that makes noise all day and all the night long. Anti bark
collars are designed to help the pet curb his barking habit almost like
helping a person who bites his nails curb his biting. The approach seems to
be truly humane and I’ll share why I think so.
My initial reactions to the anti bark collars might stem from other products
available for purchase that are designed to handle a pet’s behavior. Shock collars
were the first thing that popped into my mind. However, I discovered that
the anti bark collars work very differently and they produce excellent
I also like that there is research that’s offered that suggests that the
anti bark collars have no adverse effects on the housepets. The devices use
static to “correct” the dog when he barks. The static doesn’t work quite the
same as a shock. It simply redirects the dog’s behavior when he is barking.
There are a couple of reasons that I’m giving the anti bark collars a little
time before I buy one for my pet. First of all, I do not know if I truly
want my pet’s barking under control. It just isn’t excessive enough to cause
worry. However, if my pet were disruptive I might give the anti bark collars
a try as a last resort.