Do you have a dog that’s so nice to other people? Some take this as a problem – since dogs could get in trouble, or frighten a kid, or get chased by other dogs when they approach other people. It can be so annoying that the simple act of visiting your garden or backyard with […]

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October 31st, 2010

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Are you looking for barking collars for small dogs? Here’s a concise guide. Bark collars work on a variety of dog breeds – from extra large ones to small, toy dog types. The differences in the neck sizes among breeds should be kept in mind, especially for small dogs. Should a dog owner mistakenly get […]

When you own many dogs who bark excessively, that’s a big problem. Anything could set them off – a truck’s loud engine, your neighbour’s cat, etc. The resulting group barking remains a problem your neighbour might complain about. If you’re the type who likes some quiet in the house, that’s a recurrent headache. How to […]

Contrary to what some believe, the goal behind letting dogs wear Electric Dog Collars is not to administer voltage high enough to cause yelping pain. The goal is to interrupt your dog’s particular behavior, for example, barking. The more instances that behavior is interrupted, the higher the chances of the dog’s remembering the discomfort and […]

Tips for Solving Flea Issues

October 30th, 2010

Should you be the happy owner of a family pet canine, then no doubt you’ve stumbled upon the dreaded flea issue. Fleas and other insects can inflict havoc with your own canine as well as the condition of the general household. Getting a flea issue in order needs to be a high concern if you […]

Shopping for dog bark collars? It’s good that you’ve chosen an approach that is both reliable and affordable. You should, however, keep mind there are conditions that render such dog training less effective. We will cover in this short piece some problems dog owners encounter when training their dogs. The consequences of buying the wrong […]

Some common complaints against dog include clawing up furniture, chewing up shoes, and knocking down house items during their rowdy play. But then, when these happen in your home, and not in someone else’s, it’s not like your neighbors will complain. That’s unless of course your dog barks long and loud late at night, or […]

Sometimes news about successfully trained dogs leak, such as those about dogs who won’t even yap at trucks, cats, and movements among bushes. Dog owners understand that every dog is different. It’s personality is partially shaped by its upbringing and surroundings. A bark collar could be the way to tone down his incessant barking, and […]

It’s not going to go away on its own. Your dog isn’t magically going to avoid his problem behavior just because you snug-fit it with a remote dog training collar. As with many behavioral chances, this will happen over time, starting with your dog’s getting used to the collar itself. You can search online, or […]

Let’s say you just moved and your dog is not used to the habitual sights, sounds, and scents of the neighborhood. That’s the problem with some dogs: they bark at every opportunity – the newspaper delivery boy throwing your morning paper at your door, the mail delivery driving near your house, the birds chirping on […]

Contrary to what some believe, the goal behind letting dogs wear Electric Dog Collars is not to administer voltage high enough to cause yelping pain. The goal is to interrupt your dog’s particular behavior, for example, barking. The longer the dog is exposed to the interruption, the more chances it will associate the behavior with […]

If you have working or hunting dogs, then you need more than one remote training collar. To make sure you can safely send out signals to the receiver-collars, you might as well chose models that can reliably send/receive signals as far as 1000 meters (more so if you want to be safe). Here’s a concise […]

Dogs can chew up your shoes, tear up the plants, knock over house items, and claw up your furniture. Of course, your neighbors will not be complaining so long as they are not bothered by your dog. So if your dog happens to bark long and loud at night, that’s a bother. For home owners […]

If you think small dogs barking like crazy can give their owners headaches, wait till you hear the complaints from owners of big dogs. So if your dog tends to bark at shadows in the bushes, stray cats, other dogs, trucks pulling close to your house, then you know annoying this can get. You could […]

If yours is a big dog, then chances are it’s got a big bark. If you have a dog that gets excited and barks madly, incessantly, at every little thing – moving bushes, passing trucks, cats nearby – that indeed is a problem. You could end up waking up at night due to the big, […]

Are you looking for barking collars for small dogs? Here’s a concise guide. Bark collars work on every kind of dog breed and size there is – from the St. Bernards to the toy dogs that seem fashionable these days. You should remember that a small dog may need a collar that suits its particularly […]

Although you can complain about many doggy behaviors, like furniture-chewing, as a dog owner you inconvenience more people when your dog barks and barks, loudly, non-stop. If you’re a responsible dog owner, you have to do something about it. Unless you can fence off your dogs in a sound-proof room, or live where neighbors don’t […]

Shopping for dog bark collars? It’s good that you’ve chosen an approach that is both reliable and affordable. But there are circumstances when such dog training may not produce the results you expect. We will cover in this short piece some problems dog owners encounter when training their dogs. The wrong size of collar will […]

Tips for Solving Flea Issues

October 26th, 2010

If you’re the happy owner of a pet dog, then you’ve probably stumbled upon the feared flea issue. Fleas can inflict chaos with your dog along with the state of the general home. Getting a flea issue under control needs to be a high concern if you don’t want to manage a significant infestation. In […]

It can really be annoying for many dogs – especially when they’re all yours – to start barking all at ounce and not heed your calls to stop. Anything could set them off – a truck’s loud engine, your neighbour’s cat, etc. The resulting group barking remains a problem your neighbour might complain about. The […]

Like any dog owner, you want your dog behaved whether inside your home or outside it. You don’t want your dog barking all night, to the point your neighbors complain about you and your dog; neither do you want your dog chasing anything that moves when in a park. This is why you need to […]

Some dogs are overly social they keep wanting to get other people’s attention. This can be so bad (or good, since other people think it’s cute) that your dog keeps running away from you. It can get to a point when simply visiting your own garden requires you to put your ever-social dog on a […]

If you’ve got a dog that barks all night loud and long, you might come to wonder if there’s a way to make your dog as meek as those highly trained ones you hear about in the news. Each dog is unique, a fact dog owners must come to understand. A dog’s personality is a […]

Let’s say you just moved and your dog is not used to the habitual sights, sounds, and scents of the neighborhood. That’s a problem some dog owners face, especially when their dogs bark at every little thing – the mail delivery truck pulling close to your house, the boy on a passing bike that throws […]

One misconception about placing Electric Dog Collars on dogs is this: the aim is to teach through pain. Dogs can bark excessively or keep tearing up other people’s gardens – the aim of the pain is to disrupt such behavior. The more times the dog is annoyed at the interruption, the more chances it will […]

So you’re looking into bark collars for your pet. It’s good that you’ve chosen an approach that is both reliable and affordable. But it pays to keep in mind the ways in which dog training can become less of what you expect. Let’s go over some potential problems you might face when you train your […]

Let’s say you just moved and your dog is not used to the habitual sights, sounds, and scents of the neighborhood. That’s a common problem many dog owners have to deal with, particularly when their dogs tend to bark at every small thing – the boy on a passing bike that throws your morning paper […]

Here’s a quick guide if you’re planning to buy barking collars for small dogs. For every breed or size of dog there is, there’s a bark collar suitable. You should remember that a small dog may need a collar that suits its particularly small neck size. An effective bark collar meant for medium sized dogs […]

If you have working or hunting dogs, then you need more than one remote training collar. If you have a large farm or regularly take your dogs out on open fields, you should also make sure the transmission range of the collars reaches up to, or more than, 1000 meters. Here are a short list […]

Here’s a quick guide if you’re planning to buy barking collars for small dogs. Bark collars work on a variety of dog breeds – from extra large ones to small, toy dog types. You should remember that a small dog may need a collar that suits its particularly small neck size. Remember that a bark […]

If you own many dogs, it can be a headache when they start barking all at the same time. It can happen anytime, such as when as loud vehicle passes by your house, or when a cat is nearby. The resulting group barking remains a problem your neighbour might complain about. If you like your […]

If you are the proud owner of a pet canine, then no doubt you’ve encountered the dreaded flea issue. Fleas and other insects may cause chaos with your canine as well as the state of the general home. Getting a flea concern in check ought to be a top priority if you don’t want to […]

It’s not going to happen overnight. Just because you bought a dog training collar for your dog and snug-fit it on your pet, means the nuisance behavior will stop. As with many behavioral chances, this will happen over time, starting with your dog’s getting used to the collar itself. You can search online, or you […]

Although you can complain about many doggy behaviors, like furniture-chewing, as a dog owner you inconvenience more people when your dog barks and barks, loudly, non-stop. Excessive barking is one such annoyance, especially when you own many dogs. But what can be done, realistically, about this recurrent bad behavior? One sure way to instill discipline […]

Are you looking for barking collars for small dogs? Here’s a concise guide. Bark collars work on a variety of dog breeds – from extra large ones to small, toy dog types. Breeds also translate into differing neck sizes – the small dog is no exception. An effective bark collar meant for medium sized dogs […]

Absolutely, dogs are man’s best friend and for as long as you make your pet happy and give the best care needed, they will also give back the love that you deserve. And of course, dogs are exceptionally delightful that being with them can alleviate anxiety but there are instances that they don’t obey. Dog […]

Here’s a quick guide if you’re planning to buy barking collars for small dogs. Bark collars work on a variety of dog breeds – from extra large ones to small, toy dog types. You should remember that a small dog may need a collar that suits its particularly small neck size. Should a dog owner […]

After his workshift, Mark comes home to his Labrador, Gabriel. Even before Mark unlocks his front door, Gabriel is already eager to see his master. Mark plays with his dog, even before he takes off his shoes. Things were not always this happy. Before, Mark’s neighbours called him at work to complain about Gabriel’s barking. […]