It is not the collar ... but the little device.

Anyone use anything like this? Have you had success? Is it really safe for our dogs?

Lincoln won't stop barking when we have him in timeout (almost to the point of eviction by our neighbors) and when we are eating dinner.

Just wondering what your thoughts are on this ....

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Comment by Natalie, Lance &Tucker on April 2, 2008 at 11:40pm
Lance also would bark non stop while eating...I found what worked for us his putting his leash on him and making him lay down.....that way he knew who was in charge!! That was about the only thing I found that worked with Lance when he was younger. Good Luck. The spray bottle did not work for us Lance would chase drink the water...or chase the water!!! The leash worked like a champ, he knew who was in charge then!!
Comment by Lincoln is Corgilicious on March 15, 2008 at 5:17pm
just google it ... it looks like a little stereo speaker
Comment by Sam Tsang on March 14, 2008 at 9:41pm
hmmm... got a pic of that device? I don't think i've ever seen one
Comment by Lincoln is Corgilicious on March 14, 2008 at 6:40pm
it is not the collar we have ... the small device that sits near the dog.

we have him in puppy training and does well there with his commands. he listens other times just not when he is in time out for being bad or when we are eating dinner.

he knows the leave it, take it, stop, and let's go verbal commands.
Comment by Sam on March 14, 2008 at 6:10pm
I find that often incessant barking at people in the home is the act of a very pushy corgi that has little respect for his humans. Rather than a bark collar I think I would choose to have them on lead where I can make the correction. As always I recommend obedience classes for dogs which often gives the humans a much better understanding of dog behavior, creates a bond and helps you learn how to correct issues such as these. A sit/stay or down/stay at this times would be a great redirect. Teaching the "quiet" command would also be helpful. If the verbal commands dont work then I would resort to the spray bottle. Sounds like this dog would also do well by living with the "NILF" program. Good luck!
Comment by Amy on March 14, 2008 at 4:34pm
Let me know if this works! Bindi is so persistent with her barking during dinner, while we're watching tv, when its bed time, when we have guests. No matter what we do she just keeps barking!

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