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    The Deluxe Bark Control Collar That You Need For Your Dog

     

    If you have a dog as a pet, then you probably consider him as part of your own family. In addition to giving us love, they make excellent companions and playmates. However, sometimes he or she may get overly excited or communicative. In these cases, your pet's barking can become a bit too loud. Sometimes so much so that you almost wish your furry friend wasn’t always there. If you find yourself in a similar situation, the PDBC-300 is for you.

    Something You Should Take into Account

    If you take out the cause that started the barking in the first place and that still doesn't make your dog stop barking, then you need to get it a bark control collar in order to train it. It might even be a temporary thing, since there are a lot of dogs that learn with time to restrain their barking even after the collar has been taken off.

    Even when wearing it, the deluxe bark control collar isn't a burden. It's very light, and adjusts to your dog's neck perfectly due to its Quick-Fit design. The collar detects barking through the use of a small microphone and vibration detectors; it then activates the most apporpriate of 18 correction levels that it has, which is one of the highest number of levels in the market. Therefore, there are no external remote controls or controls of any other kind to set. You just make your dog wear it and that's it.

    The collar may we worn full-time, because of its resistance to water and the fact that the battery has a six-month lifespan. The collar design includes a battery level indicator that will let you know that the old battery needs to be replaced. The collar and the battery (RFA-67) are both PetSafe approved, so you know that this device is safe and that you are teaching your dog not to bark in the most humane of ways. In addition, the PDBC-300 has a limited lifetime guarantee.

    We Stand By Our Products

    All bark control collars sold on our website are tested at home on our own dogs. That is really the best guarantee anyone can give you.

    The PDBC-300 is one of the best tools there are in the market for controlling barking. It's light and ergonomic, and adjusts perfectly to any dog's neck. The deluxe bark control collar is PetSafe approved, and therefore, there's no need to worry aboot hurting your pet.

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