Posted: Oct 29, 2010 9:57 AM
Updated: Oct 29, 2010 9:57 AM
Source: 2une In
The Bark Off promises to stop annoying barking by your beloved family dog.
News 2's Whitney Vann tested the device on her dog Bisous.
After turning the device on, the dog doesn't bark, but he started trembling.
Then testing Bark Off on larger dogs, and it worked the same, but no trembling.
So, bark off gets the green light.
Vetenarian Dr. Frank Mcmullan with All Pets Hospital assures pet owners that Bark Off won't harm your dog, if you use it responsibly and not constantly.
Mcmullan says it can help correct some less than desirable barking behavior.
The key is only to use it when you need it, and the behavior can quickly change.
For $10, it's an inexpensive way to get rid of some bad behavior.
For more info about Bark Off, click here.