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From: Keith R. Williams
Subject: Re: Need loud anti-dog barking ultrasonic device.
Date: Thu, 5 Dec 2002 22:48:22 -0500
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In article <42QH9.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> Keith R. Williams sat on the toilet, drank beer and
> burped out news:MPG.email@example.com:
> > I understand. Perhaps the 30-30 on the owners would be more
> > humane.
> > ----
> > Keith
> There exist in the pet shop a device about the size of a match box,
> which sprays citrus juice or somethingthat smells like that when
> the dog is barking.
> The device is strapped on to the dog's neck and the sprayer is directed
> to spray towards its head. I know this thing works for a fact. One of
> my acquintance use this and her dog stop barking as soon as she strap it.
> I agree that a 30-30 works decisively, but it seems a tad too decisive.
Does the citrus juice work on the *owners*? The 30-30 will. ;-)
I've had several dogs, none barked incessantly. One dong only
barked when there was a *stranger* at the door (wagged the tail
if the person was known). I don't remember the last dog we had
(a Golden) ever barking. It was real work to get the dog to woof
when we were playing! ...Growl while we were tugging on a sock
(or when there was a deer in the back yard), sure. But bark? I
never remember the dog barking.
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