Beagles - Beagle Puppies - Beagle Information
Home | Beagle Secrets | Dog Training | Dog Supplies | Blog | Picture Gallery | Tell A Friend |

"Get This

FREE eBook!"

Free Dog Training Book

To Get A FREE Copy

Click Here

MAIN MENU
About The Beagle
Beagles For Sale
Home Dog Grooming
Beagle Breeders
Beagle Puppies
Beagle Care
Beagle Training
Beagle Rescue
Beagle Types
Beagle Pictures
FREE Stuff
Beagle BOOKS
Most Popular Books
Beagle Manual
Dog Obedience Training
Dog Food Scandal
Dog Food Recipes
Health Care Remedies
Dog Supplies
Dog Beds
Dog Bowls
Collars & Leashes
Dog Clothes
Dog Crates
Dog Toys
Dog Carriers
Flea Control
RELATED ARTICLES

Pet Doors

Beasley Dog Beds

Dog Beds For Diggers

underground dog fence

Dog Training Therapy

Bark Control Collars

Remote Dog Training Collars

Dog House For Sale

Veterinary Equipment

Pink Dog Collar

Innotek Dog Training Collar

Electronic Dog Collar

Wellness Dog Food

Dog Food Poisoning

Solid Gold Dog Food

training collars for dogs

LATEST NEWS
  • Jesse James - Hanging With His Dog | TMZ.com

  • An Electronic Dog Training Collar Can Help Teach The Dog To Behave Appropriately

  • 15 Bizarre Dog Toys

  • Applesauce Redux: Doocy Endorses "treat Them Like Dogs" Health Care Reform Fix - Media Matters For America

  • Is Your Dog Getting The Right Nutrition

  • N.J. Town Out To Ban Dog Barking Round-The-Clock (WCBS-TV New York)

  • Guard Dog Training Will Make Your Dog Courageous

  • Here Are Some Simple Tips For A Well Behaved Dog

  • Dog Almost Severs Woman's Arm (The New Zealand Herald)

  • Is Peanut Butter Good For Dogs?: A Safe Dog Snack?

  •    Home » Articles » BarkCollars » Are Barking Collars Really Needed?

    Are Barking Collars Really Needed?

     

    If your dog barks a lot for no real reason, or your neighbors are annoyed by the endless ?twilight barking? every night, you need to do something about your dog?s barking

    What Should You Do?

    Figure out why your dog barks so much. There is probably a reason why your dog is barking so much, probably a health issue or something is scaring him; if you find out, you'll probably won't need a barking collar.

    If the reason for the barking is stress or anxiety, then a barking collar will only make it worse. Instead, try to focus on positive attitude and behavior. These include repeated exposure (exposing your dog to the stimulus ? like a ringing telephone ? while you calm the dog and help it stay quiet), distraction (as the stimulus occurs, offer your dog attention, praise, treats ? anything to take the dog?s mind off the stimulus), or reshaping (teach the dog to bark on command by using clicker training, then help the dog to expand the training to include silence, too). If these don?t work, get the help of a professional ? a dog trainer or vet can help.

    What do Bark Collars Do?

    Many dog owners successfully eliminate excess barking by putting a bark collar on their dog. Bark collars use one or more of three different methods in order to train dogs.

    First, citrus spray collars release a spray whenever the dog barks. These Bark collars often emit a hissing sound that warns the dog so that it can stop the barking before getting the spray.

    Sonic or ultrasonic dog bark collars work by producing a ?dog whistle? sound ? a sound so low that generally only dogs can hear it ? whenever the barking happens. The dog eventually learns to link the sound to the barking and reduces its barking.

    Finally, electronic bark collars work by giving a small shock to the dog's neck whenever it barks. The shock is not dangerous or painful, but it serves in calling the dog's attention.

    Barking Collars can really help deter the excessive barking of a dog. The three main methods of bark collars are citrus spray, sound emission, and electrical shock. None of these methods are dangerous to your dog, but can be effective deterrents for excessive barking.


    Bark collars are very good tools to help you reduce excessive barking. Just make sure that the barking isn't caused by stress, anxiety, or health issues. You can learn more about Barking Collars on the Internet or from a professional dog trainer.

    News Flash  Mar, 23 2010

    Try Your Own Oceanside Dog Training

    Its one of those beautiful South California days and you are walking to the beach. Your young friend is bouncing happily next to you. (...) Read More

     

    News Flash  Mar, 23 2010

    Training A Dog Not To Bite Involves Socialization And Discipline

    It is a fact in the canine world that puppies chew. This is often a dogâ??s choice method during playtime and is an important way for them to handle teething. (...) Read More

     

    Beagle Picture

    Beagle Picture

    Beagle Picture

    Beagle Picture

    Beagle Picture

    Beagle Picture

    Privacy Statement | Terms OF Use | Contact Us | Beagle Blog | Beagle Pictures | Tell A Friend |

    Subscribe to the Beagle GuideCopyright © 2009 www.BeagleDogGuide.com All Rights Reserved.