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Australia's Top Ten Barking Dogs And What Bark Collars Work Best.

Author : CH Tee

As one of Australia's premier merchants of bark collars we feel that we are now in a good standing to review on what pet dogs are the greatest barkers. A great deal of owners are often amazed as soon as ordering a bark collar, whenever we say to them their pooch is 1 of our biggest customers!

What exactly we have now chose to carry out is compile a listing of Australia's Top barking dogs (in terms of bark collar sales and deterrents!). Therefore without having further ado here is all of our listing, together with a suggested bark collar solution:

Number One: Without a shadow of doubt Australia's number 1 barking dog is the Border-Collie! Not a day goes past with out a bark collar request relating to this extremely active working breed dog. We all might certainly highly recommend a static anti barking collar such as the SportDog SBC-6.

Number 2: Coming in at number two by sheer amounts available are, the several variations of the Shih Tzu/Maltese Cross. These white, fluffy, piercing yappers frequently respond to a citronella collar. Additionally for the much more stubborn a DT Min-E or PetSafe Little Dog Nano Static Collar may possibly be needed.

Number 3: The Australian Blue Heeler/Cattle Dog often keeps the Bark Control office busy and is a renowned violent and territorial barker with high tolerance levels. Thinking citronella collars'think once more! Static, Static, Static!! Any of the SportDog collars are a great starting point.

Number four: 'The large pet dog in a little dogs body' award undoubtedly goes to the Jack Russell. A territorial barker which will be really stubborn for a smaller dog, usually seen chasing after targets throughout the fence!We suggest a static bark collar over spray varieties; the PetSafe Advanced Bark collar can be a good starting point.

Number five: The Kelpie is another strong performer in the barking dog steaks. A comparable woofing pattern to the cattle dog will make a static electric bark collar your first choice. SportDog bark collars should become your 1st selection.

Number six: The unmistakeable noise of a German Shepherd in full cry, ensures dog barking complaints! Prominent, territorial traits make Citronella bark collars a poor option. SportDog Collars once again are a fantastic selection, specifically the 10R.

Number 7: The loveable Staffordshire terrier comes in at number 7. We find as many enquiries for whining and crying as barking. Separation fear is often an problem here. A spray bark collar could be necessary to pick up crying and whining otherwise a static bark collar could be required.

Number eight:Poodles and also the 'oodle' variations are on the market in big numbers nowadays thus they are likely to turn up on our top ten. Citronella bark collars can often become a profitable remedy. For some reason Groodles appear to be a more stubborn variety and could need a static bark collar.

Number 9: The unassuming Beagle is a regular talking point at the Bark Control Office. In reality on an foreign list it was no 1 for barking dogs! The beagle has a quite persistent nature that usually requires a static bark collar. PetSafe or Innotek bark collars fit and work very best on the Beagle.

Number 10:For special mention we've placed in the Maremma Sheep Dog. For those that own one, I'm absolutely sure they are going to confirm how stubborn they are able to be. We feel each owner of 1 is often a guaranteed bark collar customer at some point! Certainly a static electric bark collar and 1 with some oomph!

Now, dog breeds like Labradors and Chihuahuas, Fox Terriers warranted mention but merely overlooked the top 10. From an owner's point of view, I'm certain having a dog make the list is not some thing to strive for. The bark collar recommendations are a basic guide and we certainly encourage consulting 1 of our consultants should you need help.

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