Q: Will the collars be too big for my small 5-pound dog?
A: The BarkWise collars fit dogs that are 8 pounds or larger with neck sizes ranging from 6–24″. They are lightweight at only 2 ounces, but for a small 5-pound dog, they have proven to be too big.
That doesn't mean that we don't have a solution for you! The Dog Silencer and OnGuard do not require that your dog wear a collar, so it works for any dogs – no matter how small!
The Dog Silencer® is a stationary device. Place it in the same room – or out in the backyard – wherever your dog is barking that it can have a direct, unblocked line of sight. When your dog barks, it instantly emits high-pitched sound that we can’t hear. Your dog can and finds it irritating, so should learn that doesn't have to hear it if stops the barking.
The OnGuard™ is a handheld remote control. Think of it like a flashlight. You point at your dog, press and hold the button for 10 seconds, then release. If your dog continues to bark, repeat. Check out this video to see how to use it.
Keeping Your Dog Safe This HalloweenIt is important to understand that Halloween is not a good night to break out a bark control device, as the stress of the night is going to take precedence over any corrections you try to implement.
Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice!The holidays are coming, and soon your house will be filled with the sound of family, friends, and trick-or-treaters at your door – as well as the smell of delicious food wafting from the kitchen.
Pro Tips for Using the Dog SilencerWith these tips, you can use the Dog Silencer® like a Good Life Bark Control Expert.
The Original and Real Pit BullThe pit bull has to be one of the most, if not the most, controversial dog breeds there are. Putting aside feelings and politics, let's look at the history of this misunderstood animal.
Working Like a Dog – Service DogsThis Labor Day we wanted to focus the spotlight on service dogs, as well as to offer a better understanding of the law and how we as a community can protect the rights of these dogs and their handlers.