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On Sunday, 14 May 2017 22:42:14 UTC+1, Kenny  wrote:
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Meter voltage on the transducer.
Use an ultrasonic transducer for a mic & multiply it with variable 20-100kHz  
Try it on random dogs.

Thanks for the replies, should point out that this is not the type you point  
at dog and press a button, it's on a bracket attached to kennel and dog  
barking should trigger it.  It was bought at B&M but I didn't keep receipt.  
Did consider a mic attached to laptop but thought ultrasonic would be  
outside the mic's range.  Used to have a scope when I fixed TV's but gave it  
It's for my own dog because neighbours are complaining, I used this:
for a while and it seemed to work but now the fluid/gas seems to leak away.

Re: AntiBark?
On Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 3:01:57 PM UTC-4, Kenny wrote:

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Get a refill?

Peter Wieck
Melrose Park, PA


Dogs bark in many cases to say "HERE I AM!". Which means they are lonely. A
 dog that is not lonely will not bark except for a reason. And, as it happe
ns, one typically wants the dog to park *when* there is a reason.  

No-Bark collars stop all barking, good or bad.  

If you have an older dog that is going deaf, and is left outside for any le
ngth of time, it *will* bark. It is called self-stimulus. Again, lonely dog
s bark.  

Generally, dogs are a commitment that takes time and consideration, especia
lly as they get older. Our retrievers have lasted 14, 13 and the incumbent  
is 7 years old. We have a Scottie who is 8, but smaller dogs tend to last l
onger. And we have two cats, 7 & 4 who might well last 20+ years. In any ca
se, the animals all take considerable comfort from each other.  

Peter Wieck
Melrose Park, PA  

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