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I would imagine the problem you're having with the dogs being very vocal is because of the pressure and the sound of their paws. There is an electric collar you can get to control dogs that will turn off the sound of their paw strikes, so you wouldn't have to worry about their ears hitting the walls. I recommend you get that and try it out.

Are there any products to reduce how often their paws hit the walls? You can get some of these for the walls. I've not had an issue with it. I find they are very effective.

They're usually not too expensive. It's only because there is so much demand that they don't have an abundance of stock. However, you'll know it's avlable at the dog supply shop, which has very limited stock.

One problem with electrical collars is that it's difficult to get away from it when you're using it. My dogs tend to be very vocal when their 'collar' is on. I tried out an 'old-school' electronic collar, and it's a lot better, as the dogs can turn it on and off, but it can be quite loud to be on around other dogs, so even then, the dogs will vocalise and you might accidentally turn it off. You could also use one of the portable devices.

It also depends where you live. My friend has tried using it in her garage as they're in close proximity, but they would also vocalise and there were issues as the dogs were only in the garage and it was too noisy for her, even with it on.

One problem with electrical collars is that it's difficult to get away from it when you're using it. My dogs tend to be very vocal when their 'collar' is on. I tried out an 'old-school' electronic collar, and it's a lot better, as the dogs can turn it on and off, but it can be quite loud to be on around other dogs, so even then, the dogs will vocalise and you might accidentally turn it off. You could also use one of the portable devices.

It also depends where you live. My friend has tried using it in her garage as they're in close proximity, but they would also vocalise and there were issues as the dogs were only in the garage and it was too noisy for her, even with it on.

They will only work if they are in close proximity of the dog's collar and not far from the dog. If they are not around the dog at all then it won't work.

If you do decide to use them then I would suggest setting the dogs on a long time interval and when they get to a set number of days then they can be taken off for at least a month. If it's over 10 days or so it's too much punishment for the dog.

My friend has one of the cheap 'noise' collars (as it's just about as loud as a regular collar and only slightly more than a vibrating collar) that says it's suitable for up to 50kg. If your dog is under that then I'd really not go above 10 days if at all possible. You could also use an old collar and a regular one on.

Thank you so much for your advice and I will not go above 10 days, I just wanted to give it a try as the area where we live is full of big, rough dogs and I know they would bark and cry if I used my collars so this would be a nice alternative.

Thanks very much agn, I'll check the site and get back to you.

Last edited by K9kitty on Mon 22 Oct, 2012 7:05 am, edited 1 time in total.

"I've been too lazy to count how many times I've been the victim of a "friendly" dog or cat. Most of the time the owner of the vicious animal tries to give me a free pass by telling me that they didn't mean it but just got a little excited. There were about three dogs involved in my last encounter. Not that I want to go out with the same situation, but now I can identify my next victims!"

Dogs are notorious for biting when they are excited or nervous. So any type of collar with a leash attached to it will result in the dog getting excited and biting. However a collar with a vibrating function is a bit more sophisticated and usually only comes in one speed so as to prevent the collar from being a problem. If you use a collar that does not vibrate then you can adjust the speed to match the dog's speed and be successful. All that the collars needs is for the owner to learn what level of agitation is too much and match the collar to it.

On another note we do have one dog that was never a biter but we never used a collar with a leash attached because she's more interested in play fighting than biting. That being sd I recently bought a dog and so far we've got the "daddy dog" in trning and so far there's been no biting.

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I agree with the advice above, I used to have one dog that was a really good biter and i used a shock collar to trn her not to bite people. it had 2 modes on it. one was "noise" and the other was "pn". I could set the noise on it to any level and she learned not to even come near my boyfriend when I was using the "noise" mode. I set it to the "pn" level and i used a shock that hurt the dogs throat a bit. and she learned to back off from my boyfriend pretty fast.

As for my current dog, he's been playing all day long and I'm afrd he's getting overstimulated and might get overexcited. I don't want to use a shock collar because I read it can shock the dog's heart and if that happens, he will die or even worse become blind. As for a collar without the leash that vibrates, I heard that it can also cause seizures in dogs, so I don't know if it's worth it.

I've never used the leash type collar on my dogs, but it's a good idea to attach a collar to your leash, and maybe if the leash is an electric shock collar type leash, then you should attach a shock collar to the end of the leash. I


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