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Product DescriptionControl your dog's barking with the No-Bark Electronic Dog Collar. The system is activated only by your dog's bark to help your pet learn to remain quiet. The collar is easy to use with no external controls or settings for you to configure. Simply strap the collar on your dog for peace and quiet around your home or in the field. This collar is also water-resistant, so it's ideal for when your dog is out in the rain or snow. Requires a 6 volt alkaline battery (included).
Warranty: lifetime parts; 1 year labor
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Q:Would this collar be effective on a collie and a golden retriever since their coats are so thick?Asked on 7/8/2009 by Anonymous from Milford, PA
A:Yes, the contact points are long enough for thick coated dogs.Answered on 1/1/2010 by Neighbors New Best Friend from Pace, FL
A:Our dog is a golden retriever and it works very well. JUST BE SURE TO HAVE THE COLLAR HIGH ENOUGH ON THE NECK AND TIGHT ENOUGH TO STAY IN PLACEAnswered on 5/15/2012 by triciamom6 from Plainfield. IL
Q:I have a very vocal GSP, who likes to whine (as they do) would this collar help to control this?Asked on 5/9/2009 by Whining GSP owner from Mi
A:works on my dad's GSP! she's a lot quieter now!Answered on 12/27/2009 by Englshtchr16 from Cedar Rapids, IA
Q:I have a beagle, and need to keep him quiet in our apartment. Does this collar have the option of remote activation? I would still like him to be able bark if someone is in our yard at night, without having to take the collar off.Asked on 3/28/2009 by Anonymous from Amherst, NY
A:Unfortunately the item does not have any external controls to cut it off without having to take the collar off.Answered on 3/31/2009 by Matt from Gander Tech
Q:Does it work for small dogs?Asked on 11/25/2008 by Anonymous
A:It would work for small dogs, you would definitely need to use a lower stimulation level.Answered on 12/1/2008 by Spencer from Gander Mountain