Bark Control with Patpet Technology Solutions


Barking is natural for dogs. It’s how they communicate. Barking has many root causes. Your dog might be excited, anxious, frustrated, or even bored. Whatever the reason, excessive barking can become problematic, cause friction with housemates or neighbors, or be disruptive during times when we’re in need of quiet.

Bark control is distracting your dog from barking triggers. Patpet developed 5 types of bark control products as below.

Bark Collars

1, Bark collar – Shock
A01: 8 Level shock+ 3Level vibration powered by AAA battery
A12 9 Level / 3 level sensitivity+ 3 Level vibration powered by rechargeable battery
A13 7 Level/5level sensitivity powered by rechargeable battery
BC01 5 Level / 3level sensitivity+ Vibration+ Tone powered by rechargeable battery


1.1 Static shock collars suggest using when your dog had severe barking problem and the last choice of behavior correction.
1.2 Make sure to put the conductive silicone replacement prongs on the metal contact points, and should be able to slip one finger under the collar along the back of your dog’s neck to reduce the risk of injury.


2, Bark collar – Vibration
A02 9Level vibration/3level sensitivity+ Tone powered by AAA battery
A12V 3Level vibration/5level sensitivity+ Tone powered by rechargeable battery


2.1 You should be able to slip one finger under the collar along the back of your dog’s neck, and the vibration unit should sit snugly at the middle of the throat.
2.2 These devices have intensity settings, so be sure to set the level only as high as it needs to be to interrupt your dog’s barking.


3, Bark collar – Spray 50 times
511 2 Level spray+ Tone powered by rechargeable battery


3.1 Fit the collar so the spray apparatus is angled correctly.
3.2 You will have to refill them regularly, more often for frequent barkers. Our collars could spray about 50 times compared to 20 times of most products in the market.
Bark Control Training Devices

All the bark collars were active by sensors of motion and sound. So, there is the opportunity of mistrigger of the collar, say there is sound from other sources while the dog is moving. The training collars and ultrasonic bark control device could be controlled by the owners to avoid mistriggers.

4, Dog Training collar – shock/vibration/tone/spray
510 remote control 300M, 2Level spray+ Vibration+ Tone+ Compatible for 2 dogs
For the abundant shock and vibration series, please explore our catalogue or website.
5, Ultrasonic bark control
U01 10m powered by AAA battery, Humane & Safe

5.1, This product is also used as dog repellent.

5.2, these types of devices be used only for short periods of time to train dogs since there are few published studies to show the long-term impact of ultrasonic sound on animals’ hearing.

5.3, Some dogs might be bothered by it and stop barking, and some might be very agitated by the sound and bark more.

5.4, Do not recommend ultrasonic devices for homes with more than one dog.

5.5 Be sure to turn the machine off when you aren’t dealing with nuisance barking otherwise your dog may get used to the tone.

Cure Your Dog Beyond Bark Control Devices

Bark control product is not a “cure” for the dog’s barking problems. Herewith, please find tips for pet owners looking for relief from constant barking combined with bark control device:
6.1 Don’t yell at your dog. While your dog is barking, avoid the urge to constantly tell your dog "stop" or "quit," and don’t raise your voice. “To your dog, it sounds like you’re barking back, and you’re not going to get anywhere,”.

6.2 Figure out the “Why?” Like a baby that is crying, a dog usually barks to express a need or emotion. Figure out what that is, address the need, and you’re on your way to stopping the noise. (Does your dog bark because she’s scared by the sound of fireworks? Keep her indoors, give her some loving reassurance and play soothing music. Is your dog barking because a would-be intruder is lurking in your backyard? You may not want her to stop barking.)

6.3 Remove triggers. This is not a long-term solution, but if you know your dog goes nuts when he sees a squirrel on your deck, shut the curtains or close the blinds.

6.4 Desensitize your dog. Once you figure out what is causing your dog to bark, turn that trigger into something positive.

6.5 Teach the command “Quiet.” This one is tricky because for your dog to understand the term "quiet," she first needs to understand the command “speak.” Yes, that’s right, you basically have to teach your already yappy dog to bark before you can teach her to hush up.

6.6 Wait it out. If you’re the patient type, you can always wait for the barking to stop, and then reward the silence.

6.7 Keep your dog mentally exhausted. “Oftentimes, dogs that have a barking problem are bored. They don’t have enough going on in their life, keep them busy and engage their mind … a dog whose mind is tired is going to be very well behaved.
6.8 Using training collars. Training together with our bark control device will be more efficient. But you should not leave any bark-deterrent collar on your dog 24 hours a day.

6.9 Professional assistance. Send your dog to training school or consult with a professional trainer for advice.


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