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Bark No More is a device that will stop the majority of dogs from barking excessively while outdoors in the yard. It looks like a birdhouse, but when dogs bark, it'll emit a high-pitched sound that they can hear but humans can't. When dogs begin to hear this unpleasant sound every time they start barking, they'll eventually learn to stop doing so. With this training tool, you'll be able to have some peace and quiet in your backyard, and your neighbors will enjoy the lack of loud noise, too.

Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Bark No More is $29.99 plus $4.99 shipping, for a total price of $34.98. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: barknomoreoffer.com

How It Works

When a dog starts to bark while they're within 50 feet of a Bark No More device, they'll hear a high-pitched, ultrasonic sound that human ears can't hear. However, when they cease barking, that unpleasant sound will immediately stop. Therefore, the dog will learn to associate their barking with an unpleasant sound, and their silence with peace and quiet, so they'll likely refrain from barking as often.

Features

  • Hangs From Various Places

    This device will hang almost anywhere in the front yard or backyard of a home, including from an exterior wall, from a fence post, from a decorative post or from a tree.

  • Weather Resistant

    Bark No More will stand up to a variety of harsh weather conditions, such as heavy rain, without losing its effectiveness or its attractive look. You'll even be able to leave it outdoors in the winter.

  • Works From up to 50 Feet Away

    When using this device, you won't need to keep your dog right beside it for it to work, as its sound can be transmitted up to 50 feet away. Therefore, if you live in close proximity to any neighbors with dogs, it may end up training them not to bark as much, too.

  • Led Indicator

    Each Bark No More training tool contains an LED light that will glow either green or red to indicate how the device is functioning. A green glow indicates that the device is on, while red indicates that a dog has barked and the device's sound has been activated.

  • Three Sensitivity Levels

    With this tool, you'll be able to choose from three different sensitivity levels. At first, you may want to start with the highest level, which will deliver a higher-pitched tone than the others, but as your dog starts to respond, you may want to dial it down.

Positive Points

  • Won't Cause Dog Pain

    While the sound that comes out of your Bark No More will probably annoy your dog, it won't cause them physical pain, like a collar that shocks a dog when they're behaving badly would. This device also will not restrict a dog's physical movement at all, so they'll be able to run and play as usual while being encouraged to be fairly quiet.

  • May Relieve Neighbors

    If you have a dog who barks frequently during the daytime, nighttime, or both, your neighbors may get annoyed about being woken up or having their quiet time in their yard disturbed. Fortunately, either of these things will be far less likely to happen once you add a Bark No More to your yard, so you may even become friendlier with the neighbors.

  • Works Quickly

    After being exposed to this training device, the majority of dogs learn that they should dramatically reduce their barking after a week.

Negative Points

  • Could be Considered Cruel

    Some dog lovers will feel that restricting a dog's natural expression of their voice in any way is cruel. People who feel that way will likely avoid this device, and if you have a neighbor who feels that way, they won't appreciate it if your Bark No More affects the behavior of their dog( s ).

  • Might Disturb Other Animals

    While humans can't hear the sound that comes from one of these training devices, the company likely has not tested it in relation to all animals, including wild animals. It could, conceivably, disturb outdoor cats and small animals commonly found in yards, such as chipmunks and squirrels.

  • Not for Indoor Use

    While, theoretically, you could move one of these devices indoors, they've been specifically designed for outdoor use. The birdhouse design may not look great on a kitchen or living room wall, and the LED light could become annoying. Plus, it's probably best if you don't restrict your dog's barking in every locale.

Alternatives

  • Shock Collars for Dogs

    Some dog owners will put a shock collar on their dog and then deliver a small shock to their neck when they engage in inappropriate behavior. However, this can actually hurt the dog, and some owners will attach the collar too tightly, too, causing the dog consistent discomfort. What's more, an owner normally has to control the shocks, while a device like Bark No More doesn't require the owner to do much at all.

  • Squirting Dog With Water

    A less painful way that other dog owners attempt to control their dog's behavior is by squirting them with water every time they do something inappropriate. Using this method means that as an owner, you'll have to carry a filled-up squirt bottle around with you on a regular basis, though.

  • Hiring a Trainer

    Another option, if you want to train a dog to behave in a certain way, is to hire a trainer to come to your home or send the dog to obedience school. This method can take weeks to work, though, and you'll need to have certain financial resources available in order to compensate the trainer( s ) for their time.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Bark No More online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Bark No More online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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Teri - (Seal Beach, CA)
Posted: 05 Apr 2018
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Excessive Barking Concerns

The most common cause for excessive barking is neglect: The dog is left alone without supervision. Is that case, this device will not fix the problem as the dog is naturally calling for help due to loneliness. A dog left alone in the bark yard all day wil day will bark like this: Bark bark bark Listen Bark bark Otherwise, dogs will bark at other dogs or people passing. Dogs DO NOT bark for no reason! It is not true that Training is too expensive or that is takes weeks to be effective! Don't leave your dog alone and always respond when the dog barks.

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