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Petsafe Outdoor Bark Control Dog Training System

$187.66
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SKU
I161499
Benefits
Range is up to 50ft. There are 3 range settings. It is durable and weatherproof, Two-color LED for good/low-battery indication. Uses 9v alkaline battery (not included).
Care Instructions
Training products should be used with care & consideration for your pet and their nature. Always check the product guides before use.
Description
When the Outdoor Bark Control is within range of a barking dog, an internal microphone picks up the sound and the unit is automatically activated. The PetSafe Outdoor Bark Control emits an ultrasonic sound. The ultrasonic sound can be heard by dogs but is silent to humans. Startled by the high-pitched sound that is safe and effective, the dog should stop barking, as it will associate its bark with this unpleasant noise. When the dog stops barking the ultrasonic sound also stops. The PetSafe Outdoor Bark Control has 3 range levels and a test mode. It is effective up to 15 metres. For dogs 3.6 kg and up Ultrasonic sound only your dog can hear Range up to 15 metres Microphone detects bark Durable and weatherproof For outdoor use only Uses a 9V alkaline battery (not included) Battery lasts up to 6 months or 2,000 activations Good/low battery indicator

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