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I can tell you that Cassie's barking got so bad that I got painful ringing in my ears. I called the trainer desperately seeking advice. She totally understood and gave me precise advice on how to carefully use the bark collar. Not to use it before 6 months old and what settings to use. If anyone wants to know how to implement one just P.M. me.
 

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I've used a bark collar before. After the first couple of times barking Luc just stopped barking when he wore it. We actually got it because Teagan used to become very excited when Toby and I were first dating and when we went to bed would shrilly bark in her crate so much (she was silent when he wasn't over) that I was worried about not only disturbing other people but Toby would leave in the middle of the night it was so disruptive. I knew Toby was a keeper, so I got one, said to him, I think I have the solution...and it worked. She wore it for one night, and then never needed it again.

...call me a horrible person, perhaps.

We have considered one for Xerxes but he's not too noisy for now inside.
 

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Exactly thats how it works
Its amazing how they know. Although cassie wears it, I havent turned it on in years and it only ever needed the Pulse level at first. She barks at the lizards when she's not wearing the collar. Those darn lizards are around until winter...grrr
 

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I can tell you that Cassie's barking got so bad that I got painful ringing in my ears. I called the trainer desperately seeking advice. She totally understood and gave me precise advice on how to carefully use the bark collar. Not to use it before 6 months old and what settings to use. If anyone wants to know how to implement one just P.M. me.
Thank you. And bloody hell?? Ringing ears?? That must have been some LOUD barking! I had a look at what I've got available here and we will try it when the time comes. Like I said - at the moment she is OK - we've actually met out neighbour and asked her but she said she can't hear a thing and a good thing is they are working during the day so are not at home.
Fingers crossed for leaving her today and going to see a doctor with my son :eek: I am SURE there will be some howling involved :hyper::eek:
 

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Hope she's quieter than expected :) And I hope your son is okay!
 
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