Safe & Pet-Friendly Ultrasonic Bark Control Device
This ultrasonic dog silencer has undergone thorough testing, confirming its complete harmlessness to humans, animals, and plants. Emitting ultrasonic frequencies within the average hearing range of dogs, it ensures no disturbance to other family members or neighbors. The device won't deliver severe punishment to the dog, emitting ultrasonic signals only audible to the dog, effectively grabbing its attention.
3 Adjustable Modes & 50Ft Range
The Dog Barking Deterrent Device features three adjustable levels with a range of 15 to 50 feet. Dogs may react differently to ultrasound frequencies, so adjusting the knob allows you to find the optimal frequency for the best results. Placing the device strategically in the right spot curbs excessive barking, creating a tranquil resting environment for you and your neighbors.
The anti-barking device has a built-in sensor that detects barking within a 50-foot radius, automatically emitting dog-hearable ultrasonic signals. Once the dog stops barking, the device ceases operation, offering a hands-free approach to training your dog to curb excessive noise. Compared to traditional dog training tools, this device provides automatic and effective training without requiring constant attention.
Operated by 9-Volt batteries (not included), the device boasts an average battery life of 5-6 months depending on usage. Starting with a 9V battery (not included), simply turn the knob to the "Test" button, whistle into the microphone at arm's length, and the device will beep with a flashing green LED, indicating its readiness for use. For any inquiries, feel free to contact us.
Durable & Waterproof Design
The dog barking silencer is IPX4 waterproof, UV-resistant, and designed to withstand fading. Its professional design allows for easy hanging or installation on trees, walls, or fence posts, effectively stopping barking within range, both indoors and outdoors. Note that this deterrent device is not suitable for aggressive dogs or those with hearing impairments.