Our BarkWise Complete Collar offers a combination of sound, vibration, and remote control settings. This collar uses ultrasonic sound as the primary bark-deterrent correction. The Control Panel is where you'll find 3 switches for all of the other options.
The first switch is labeled: REM (for Remote Control). If that switch is DOWN, then that means the bark detection feature is off, and you can only activate the device by the remote control.
The second switch is AUD (for Audio). If that switch is DOWN, that means you will hear an audible tone when the collar is activated. When that switch is UP, there will be no audible sound.
The last switch is VIB (for Vibration). When that switch is DOWN, then a vibration will also happen when the collar is activated. This helps to distract the dog.
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We want your dog to be happy and healthy this new year, so here's a great treat to start your new year off just right. Your dog will surely be begging for more! Recipe: 1/2 cup of natural peanut butter (be sure to check the label)1/4 cup honey1 tablespoon of virgin coconut oil (or olive oil)1 cup chicken broth1 cup rolled oats1 cup whole wheat flour1 cup all-purpose flour Instructions: In a large mixing bowl, add the peanut butter, honey, oil, and the chicken broth-whisk them together until combined. In a separate bowl, combine the flours and the oats. Mix the...