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 these products work for all sizes of dogs.
The Dog Silencer® is a stationary device. Place it in the same room – or out in the backyard – wherever your dog is barking, so that it can have a direct, unblocked line of sight. When your dog barks, the unit instantly emits high-pitched sound that we can’t hear. But your dog can hear it and finds it irritating, so they'll learn stop barking to avoid the sounds.
The OnGuard™ is a handheld remote control. Think of it like a flashlight. You point it at your dog, press and hold the button for up to 10 seconds, then release. If your dog continues to bark, repeat. Check out this video to see how to use it.
Training Tips with Positive Pet™Instead of yelling, use Positive Pet to help train those unwanted behaviors away!
Deaf Dogs 101“Deaf dogs can be just as amazing and loving as any other dog, they just need a little bit more patience, training and care.
Doggie Delites — Heart Healthy Dog Treats
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...
Bark Control with Puppies“Consider options like ThunderShirts, CBD treats, vibration collars, crate training, and extra exercise. A tired puppy is not a barking puppy!”
Returning to Work — What do our Pets think?Our pets may become confused and anxious as we get back to in-person work. Here's how you can help your best friend during this time.