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Are you ready to experience ''quiet'' again?
This best-selling, lightweight collar uses a simple vibration sensor to detect your dog's barking. The safe and gentle stimulation level automatically increases through 6 levels if your pal's barking continues. He'll quickly learn the association and stop the unwanted behaviour.
6 levels of Static Correction
Progressive correction until your dog stops barking
Adjustable nylon strap
Uses RFA-118 battery (included)
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We bought the Staywell Bark Collar to attempt to stop our labradoodle from barking when he goes into the garden. Unfortunately, he has hardly noticed it is on and it has therefore had absolutely no effect at all!
Coco thinks it is marvellous as he can continue to bark until his heart is content. And yes, we have checked to see if it is working.
Customer does not recommend this product
Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Staywell Bark Control Collar, including answers from our team.
I still want my dog to do her small I need to go out bark. Just need the constant standing in the garden barking at air to stop! Will this work
We have not had any reviews on this particular product so unfortunately we cannot advise whether this is a good product or not, we can only go by what is in the description on our website or word of mouth from our customers.
We have had good reviews on the Multivet spray, bark collars and refills, however this is down to personal preference.
Would this be suitable for my small Maltese who only weighs 2.4kg whose neck is only 20cm ,
It is suitable for use on small dogs. All the collars can be cut down to size if required, so once the dog’s neck is smaller than the maximum length of the collar, then there should be no issues fitting the collar.