Excessive dog barking

Your dog barks excessively when:

  • Left alone in the house, or in his cage.
  • Other dogs bark
  • The neighbor’s kids go out to play
  • The doorbell rings
  • Cars are passing
  • He hears a siren
  • You return home

Don’t wait for the situation to deteriorate. Barking can be categorized like so:

  • The dog needs attention. The dog suffers from separation anxiety.
  • The dog has nothing to do
  • The dog is excited
  • The dog attacks (offensive aggressiveness)
  • The dog is on the defensive.

The dog must be desensitized to the situation of finding himself alone. Event though Aboistop can counter the barking problem, it will not serve to eliminate fear and stress. For such a situation, see the section called “Separation Anxiety”.

Aboistop: The collar was especially designed to counter the problem of bark ing. Every time the dog barks, the electronic sensor releases a spray of citronella in front of the dog’s nose. Your dog hears it, sees it, but especially, he smells it! At the first spray, the dog will try to discover the origin of to new odour. He will quickly understand that barking will entail a spray of citronella. Thanks to this conditioned reflex, Aboistop will prevent the dog from barking uselessly. Aboistop offers an inoffensive distraction to the senses of your dog. If you wish to interrupt the effects of Aboistop, all you have to do is remove the collar on your dog. To show the dog how to respect the limits of his assigned.

The Aboistop collar solvers the action/reaction problem of most education methods. In order to eliminate the barking forever, your dog must be redirected as soon as the barking begins, as well as for any subsequent attempt. the citronella spray poses no danger to the dogs, humans, or the environment. Aboistop can be used in all safety on healthy dogs. A study shows that Aboistop reduces excessive barking in 88% of the cases, and that the dogs will bark only in emergency situations. In 10% of the cases, Aboistop is useless because the dog is too scared or too stressed, and in 2% of the cases, it simply doesn’t work.

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