Your dog should be at least 6 months old before using the Bark Control collar. The collar may be too large for dogs under 3.6 kg.Close
The Bark Control collar is safe and effective for most breeds and sizes of dogs, though it may be too large for dogs under 3.6 kg to wear comfortably.Close
Yes, it is possible. The bark control collar effectively and humanely stops most barking when it is worn by a dog. It should only be worn whenever you don't want your dog to bark. Your dog's reaction to the collar in terms of their barking will depend on your usage of the collar and the temperament of your dog. A bark collar helps you communicate to your dog when it is okay to bark and when it is not. Some dogs will become trained quickly and will not need the collar long term. Other dogs associate not barking with the collar and will only control their barking when they have the collar on. For best results, use the collar when you do not want your dog to bark at all and remove it during times when barking is appropriate or wanted.Close
Yes. The bark control collar is designed to get your dog's attention and interrupt their barking pattern, not to punish him or her. It is a device that helps you communicate to your dog when it is not okay to bark. However, the initial static stimulation may startle your dog. Please read and follow the operating instructions for your collar.Close
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PetSafe® bark control collars with our unique bark-sensing technology will not be set off by another dog's bark. By using this sensing technology, the collar provides the most reliable bark detection available today. The collar will only activate when your dog barks. It will not activate in response to another dog’s barking or other noises. So multiple dogs can each wear bark control collars with this technology and you don't have to worry about your dog being corrected unnecessarily.Close
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