Bark be gone!

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Bark be gone!

Although a bark is a friendly way of communication for many fur babies, there are times when you need to curb your dog’s vocalising, for example if you have small children or need a good night’s sleep or getting in the car, even for visits to the dog groomer in Cardiff is causing barking. Continuous or inappropriate barking can be a problem for many dog owners, but help is now at hand. There have been spray and vibration devices on the market or a while now. However, these two types of device are really a last resort as they are invasive, although not harmful. Newer anti-bark devices work on the principle of using ultrasonic waves to attract your dog’s attention, and stop them from barking.

They are non-invasive and systems are as simple as a hand held push-button device which enables you to stop your dog barking in busy and potentially difficult situations, taking them for a walk in city centre or around quieter spots, or when there are other pooches around in a small space, such as waiting to see the vet or Chepstow dog groomer. Other devices are attached to your dog’s collar and can be controlled with sensors around your property.

This article was written by Mucky Pups