Ortz Ultrasonic Dog Bark Collar - Water Proof Adjustable for Pet Training - Control Your Dog Bark - Made for Big & Small Dogs - No Electric Vibration Shock - Best Quality & Durable - White Nylon Electric Anti Bark Collar
- Controls your dogs barking by sound detectable by the vibration coming from your dogs barking
- Adjustable to fit all size dogs
- Includes 2x Batteries
- Trains your dog to stop barking for anything
- Authorized Ortz® Products
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Train your dog to stop barking. Ultrasonic and audible mode selections.
Creates harsh buzz to stop barking. High and low modes ( high for big dogs, low for small dogs) Dogs quickly learn that their barking causes this irritating sound and stop barking to stop the noise.
Ultrasonic: works by sending out an ultrasonic signal that only dogs can hear when activated by the barking. The ultrasonic sound is 100% harmless. Adjustable stretch collar to fit different sizes. Trigger accurately by bark vibration (can not activate by other dogs barking)
- 100% Humane and safe:harmless to your dog,no electric shock
- Red light working indicator
- ON / OFF buttons
- High / Low volume buttons
- Powered by 2 AG10 cell batteries (included)
- For most dogs, it needs 7 to 14 days to take effect; for few dogs, it needs 4 to 6 weeks to take effect; for very few dogs,it needs longer time to take effect
Collar length 11.8"
Demension 2.36 x 2.36 x 0.39in/6 x 6 x 1cm(L x W x H)
1 X bark stop
1 X user manual
2 X cell batteries
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Bottom line: there are some quality control issues, as evidenced by the misleading markings on the unit and in the documentation. Overall, the quality is good enough, the documentation acceptable, and the results amazing!
My new adoption was driving me nuts. She barked when I put her in her kennel (she went willingly, but clearly thought that barking would ensure her early release). She barked when I got home. She barked when she played with my other dog… my stress level was high and my patience was wearing VERY thin.
As I said, I was skeptical. I received the device in the afternoon and unpacked it while my dog was barking in the background. I let her out of her kennel and took her outside; behavior as usual. As she played with my other dog, barking all the time, I put the batteries in the unit. As others have said, the “On\Off” directional arrows on the battery cover are reversed and only took 1/8th turn, not 1/4th as the instructions said; I was prepared and did not suffer from serious frustration. I could see that, if I had forced it, it may have broken. If I had really force it…
I read the instructions. The unit functions with either an audible only or “ultrasonic” function. It also has a “High” and “Low” setting, which I learned was a sensitivity setting. I set it on “high” ultrasonic setting. I also read that the unit produces audible “beep” even in the ultrasonic setting, in order to let you know it is working; again, I was prepared.
I placed the unit around the dog’s neck, high on her throat. The collar was snug, but not too tight. My dog has an 18” neck; the collar may not be suitable for a much larger dog.
Now the good stuff. Bark! Audible beep. Look of confusion. Bark! Bark! Audible beep. Look of confusion. A few more barks here and there over the next 15 minutes. Then, so far, no more barking!
The one complaint I have is that during hard play, even without barking, I occasionally heard the audible beep indicating that the unit was functioning. I changed the setting to the “low” setting and still, occasionally, heard the beep.
I removed the unit so that I didn’t confuse her or my other dog. Still, no barking:) I’ll continue to use it sparingly, in instances where I expect that she will bark. I do expect that it will take some reinforcement, but am very pleased with the initial results.
Now the disclaimer. I am a fairly experienced dog owner, amateur trainer, and foster. I once spoke to a trainer of sheep dogs – amazing stuff – who said, “The hard part about smart dogs is that they learn so quickly”; they learn undesirable behavior as quickly as they learn desirable behaviors. My dog is smart, she had learned, in her previous experience, that an “undesirable” behavior was rewarded by attention; she, just as quickly, learned a new, more rewarding, behavior by not barking with the help of this device. YMMV.
I love the fact that this one only uses sound, so there's no risk of electric shock it it malfunctions as there was with the previous one. Our pup is pretty sensitive to correction so this has worked great. The first time we put it on he barked a few times and shook his head when the collar responded with the ultrasonic beep. Then he just quit barking. The next time we put it on he didn't even bother trying to bark. Now, we put it on him and don't even bother to turn it on and we gets quiet. In fact, sometimes we just show it to him and he shuts up.
We don't use it all the time; in fact, we don't even put it on him often - just when he gets really barky. But it's made a HUGE difference in his ability/willingness to control himself while people-watching on the porch!
Second, I can advise you the batteries only last about 3 or 4 days. You will want spares on hand and you will not want to buy them on cards at Walmart for a buck or more each.
Third, I will share that the instructions list the battery as an LR41 equivalent. I bought 100 on Amazon for about $8. They were the wrong size. Check the physical batteries in your collar when it arrives and order 100 of the correct size on Amazon for about $8. Do not trust the instruction sheet. Batteries at this price of roughly 8 cents each mean we can keep the collar on for about a nickle a day.
Fourth, The battery compartment has lettering indicating which direction to twist the door to open the compartment. It is opposite the direction we use to open our battery doors.
Finally, the collar can occasionally turn off if your dog shakes his head as ours do. If the little LED light is not lit the collar is not turned on.
Overall I think these are a reasonable alternative to shock collars. They seem to have reduced the barking enough to be worth the time effort and cost.