- Alert barking at the doorbell: It is a common behavior for dogs to bark at the sound of the doorbell.
- Out of natural tendency: Some dogs are natural watch dogs and will bark when someone begins approaching your house. Even if the dog is a natural watch dog breed, it will bark even more than other dogs.
- For getting attention: Some dogs will bark as a method of getting your attention. This is most commonly seen in puppies but the habit can continue on throughout a dog’s adult life if not treated.
- Invitation to play: Some dogs bark to say, “Hey, I want to meet/play with you.
- Barking at other dogs: If your dog strains at the leash when you pass other dogs and barks non-stop at the dog.
- Barking when left alone: Separation anxiety causes many dogs to bark for hours when they are left alone.
Electronic dog bark controlling devices are used for preventing a pet dog from barking. Such equipment use a variety of alteration stimuli such as an easy to hear caution noise, and, more frequently, a thrilling jolt. In addition, such apparatus uses a variety of activating devices to conclude at what time a bark has taken place and at what time an alteration stimulus is to be conveyed to a dog.
How dog bark controlling device works-
- Electronic dog bark controlling devices make use of a microphone which senses noise emission in accumulation to a vibration feeler which senses vibrations straight from the throat of the dog.
- When within range, an internal microphone picks up on barking and emits ultrasonic sound in response.
- Ultrasonic sound is inaudible to most humans but is annoying to dogs. Startled and mystified by the high pitched sound, the dog will begin to associate his barking with the unpleasant noise and learn to be quiet.