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Old 04-23-2013, 05:14 PM   #121
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Don't know why more folks don't invest in anti-bark shock collars as I did....works like a charm!!! First bark gets a warning beep...anything after that gets a zap.
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Old 04-23-2013, 05:18 PM   #122
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Don't know why more folks don't invest in anti-bark shock collars as I did....works like a charm!!! First bark gets a warning beep...anything after that gets a zap.
My wife and daughter kept taking them off..
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Don't know why more folks don't invest in anti-bark shock collars as I did....works like a charm!!! First bark gets a warning beep...anything after that gets a zap.

We have but no longer use them as they just stopped barking.
If I head out for a walk and leave toby he lets out one woof to remind me he was wants to go.

You can almost see in the picture but toby still wears an obedience "shock collar" even though we rarely use it. It reminds him to always be on his best behavior !

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Don't know why more folks don't invest in anti-bark shock collars as I did....works like a charm!!! First bark gets a warning beep...anything after that gets a zap.
GOOD Obedience training will help with that as well, for those that don't care for shock collars.
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GOOD Obedience training will help with that as well, for those that don't care for shock collars.
Spot on my friend !
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GOOD Obedience training will help with that as well, for those that don't care for shock collars.
That requires that the owners be aware the dogs need it and that in itself is 99% of the problem. The owners are the problems in that they 'don't want to hurt the dogs' or don't think the dogs are a problem.
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My wife and daughter kept taking them off..

this is the same problem I have!

May need to pop rivet it on
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Old 04-23-2013, 06:19 PM   #128
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Turbs, one time, while camping, my pet peeved what seemed like a whole gallon when I kept him in too long. Biggest pet peeving I ever seen.

Everyone else here seems to be griping a lot. Time for my second McUltra, Turbs, later now.
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Old 04-23-2013, 06:20 PM   #129
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Turbs, one time, while camping, my pet peeved what seemed like a whole gallon when I kept him in too long. Biggest pet peeving I ever seen.

Everyone else here seems to be griping a lot. Time for my second McUltra, Turbs, later now.
NOW THATS TO DAMN PHUNNY ! BBC TIME
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Wow, I thought I was just hateful but apparently my pet peeves are shared with many people. Thanks for helping me realize I'm just an ordinary average guy!
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