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Dogtra YS300 Dog Collar
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- recognizes bark sound vs surrounding noise
- 7 levels of correctdion
- 2 hour quick charge
- Bark Recognition that distinguishes a dogs barking from its surrounding ambient hoises.
- Non-electrical stimulation vibration warning prior to the stimulation,
- 6 intensity levels (2-7) for a wide variety of dispositions,
- Fits dogs as small as 10 lbs (receiver weight: 4.0 ounces),
- 2 hour rapid charge Lithium Polymer batteries
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Dogtra has developed a sound recognition and filtering microprocessor that distinguishes a dogs' barking from its surrounding ambient Non-Submersible Collarises. The model YS300, an intelligent Non-Submersible Collar-bark collar, is fitted with this self-activating micro processing sound analysis techNon-Submersible Collarlogy, which only responds to the barking of your dog. This techNon-Submersible Collarlogy has been applied for patent and is Non-Submersible Collarw under Patent Pending. Features Non-Submersible Collarn-electrical stimulation vibration/pager(P) warning prior to the stimulation Designed for small to medium sensitive dogs Rechargeable 2-hour rapid charge Lithium Polymer battery 6 intensity levels (2-7) for a wide variety of dispositions Tri-color LED Battery Life Indicator Fits dogs as small as 10 lbs (receiver weight: 4.0 ounces)
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We have tried a couple of different products, namely the PetSafe Outdoor Ultrasonic Bark Deterrent (the one shaped like a birdhouse) for outdoors, and PetSafe PBC-1000 Ultrasonic Indoor Bark Control for indoors. The Outdoor unit worked reasonably well, but our dog figured out pretty quickly that if he got far enough back from it (it was placed near the property line to deter barking at the sidewalk), he could still do his thing (including harassing the mail carrier when they got to the front porch.) The Indoor unit seemed to work for about a week, and then lost its effect (I even put brand new batteries in it, but it just seems the noise it emits doesn't bother him that much.)
After reading reviews for virtually every "no bark" collar on Amazon and other sites, we selected the Dogstra No Bark YS300. Unlike the ultrasonic bark deterrents we had been using before, which rely on an unpleasant noise to stop barking, this collar detects the bark and then delivers a "shock" to the dog. I should add that our dog is trained on and completely comfortable with an electric fence, so to some degree he gets the joke of what it means to get a shock. We have been using this collar for 2 weeks, and so far it works like a charm. The first day that the mail arrived, our dog began his usual barking, and immediately received a corrective shock. He let out a little yelp (exactly what he does when shocked by electric collar for invisible fence), and not only did he stop barking, but he settled down, and never went into his "beserk" mode. When he is in his "beserk" mode at the mail carrier, he often shreds the mail. Not this time. Apparently by stopping the barking, it stopped the whole destructive mode.
The dog very quickly figured out that bark = shock, and I think he has only received one or two shocks subsequently. He has also figured out that a low growl does not trigger the shock, nor does a very quiet "woof" that is almost more like a grunt. So he can still alert us if he believes something is not right (like a squirrel has entered his yard.) I should add that the collar has 7 levels of shock severity, and we have it set on the mildest one.
The last thing I will adress is the battery. The Dogstra YS300 uses a rechargeable lithium battery. So far it seems to need charging every 4 days or so. This is not a big deal, we simply take it off of him at night and charge it as you would a cell phone, an i-touch, etc. This may sound like a lot of charing, but we have been thru so many battery ordeals with his electric fence collar and those batteries are so expensive, that I actually like this method better.
reinforcement without any success and have had him muzzled lately whenever we
put him outside because the neighbors have started to complain. So we decided to
try this anti-bark dog collar. Our dog is around 10 lbs, quite small but after trimming
the band, it fits fine. There are settings for the shocker which range from 1 to 7.
There is also a setting which I think will just vibrate without shocking him. This would
be useful once the dog made the connection between the vibration and the shock.
We had the shock setting set to 3. After he started barking, the device worked as
it was supposed to and delivered a shock. Over the next few days, he barked about
twice more and obtained shocks. Now, as long as the collar is on, he doesn't bark
at all. So it took about three shocks to train him not to bark. However, his training is
not complete since when we take the collar off, he "will" revert to his barking behavior
fairly quickly. Although it is significantly less than what it used to be. We suspect that
if we leave the collar on more or less continuously for a week or two, the problem will
be solved permanently. When we are not home, we keep it on with the power off.
We assume this still has the desired affect since when we do this when we are home, he
still doesn't bark. We have never had an incident where the dog was zapped when he
did not bark and it seems to be reliable when he does bark. So I would highly recommend
the device. I will try to provide an update in another few weeks to see if the training becomes
permanent and the barking goes away "without" the collar on.