Bark Control Collars

Will My Dog Stop Barking After Wearing A Bark Collar For A Couple Of Weeks?

Our most asked question is, "Will my dog stop barking after wearing a bark collar for a couple of weeks?" There is no simple yes or no answer to that. Not all dogs are the same...

Read more

Electric Dog Fences and Containment Systems - The Basics

Dog containment systems, also known as electric dog fencing, invisible dog fencing or in-ground radio fencing, have one main purpose - to keep your dog safe in your yard.

Dog fences are the most effective and reliable way to keep your dog in your yard because there's no way your dog can dig, jump, chew or pass through boundary. Keeping your dog safely contained dog prevents your dog from escaping the yard which may lead to being hit by a car, being picked up by the local pound/animal control officers, entering a neighbouring property or getting lost.

Read more

Bark Collars By Breed Chart

If you're asking yourself "What is the best bark collar is best for my dog?" you've come to the right place. With a wide range of bark collars, it can be confusing trying to select the best collar for your dog. It's for this exact reason we've put this chart together. The table below displays a list of the most popular dog breeds in New Zealand with the best bark collar recommendations for each breed. If you don't see your dog's breed, please let us know and we can help you further.

Read more

Bark Collar Basics

A bark collar is a device designed to deter a dog from barking by providing negative stimulation. The stimulation is delivered while the dog is barking so that they can associate the consequence with the act of barking (operant conditioning). When the correction delivered by the collar is stronger than your dog's desire to bark, the nuisance barking will stop very quickly.

Read more

Bark Control Collars - How To Fit One Properly

The importance of fitting the collar properly.
We often have people contact us, concerned that their dog's anti-bark collar isn't working and experience shows that the problem usually occurs for one of the following reasons:

Read more