Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Best In Show or Google To Go?

The Dog Silencer Pro:

Best In Show or Google To Go?

November 4th, 2010

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I’m not real sure what ‘Google To Go’ means, but before I spent $100+ on a new newfangled anti-bark device that might or might not work, I did a little homework on the Dog Silencer Pro.
Dog Silencer Pro
I usually research just about every product I decide to buy online, especially if it involves a substantial price tag (anything over $100), and this ultrasonic dog shutter-upper certainly qualified.

The fact that it made a pretty solid promise about fixing a problem that originates from a source that is just about as hardheaded as me gave me reason to be skeptical if not down right suspicious.

Dog Silencer ProMy curiosity was definitely piqued though because I had 3 big sources of that particular problem running around my yard and they usually let me know they were still out there around 2 or 3 am, when that stupid neighborhood cat showed up.

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Dog Silencer Pro Reviews

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Here are a few positive reviews from some customers who have purchased and used the Dog Silencer Pro.

Dog Silencer Pro Reviews

…and then they blissfully SHUT UP

Ever since the McCastles development went up behind my rural location, peace and quiet has been just a fond memory.

A lawyer lives just north of my house, and his adorable little border collie (who evidently can hear squirrels burping) spends hours on the back deck vocalizing his displeasure.

Reasonable attempts at discussion about the problem were met with- well, given his profession, you can guess.

So, I went on-line and found the Dog Silencer Pro – did a fair amount of research, and aside from a couple of negative reviews, I thought it would be the answer to the problem.

I bought it directly from the company – their customer service is awesome, and they delayed shipment for me (I ran an electric line to the shed nearest the tree where it would be installed – the device needs a clear shot at the offending animal, and foliage was in the way, so it’s up in a tree) until I could get everything ready.

I received it and installed it, and lo and behold, the dog started winding up for his nightly yapping fest, got two barks out, and then blissfully SHUT UP.

To be fair, I’m going to have to tell this guy’s neighbors, so they can get one too.

I live behind him, and the dog is about 75′ away, but it still is effective, and I’m delighted.

If you buy one and it doesn’t work, they have a 30 day money back guarantee.

Spend the few extra dollars and get the adapter and extension cord.

I think you’ll be glad you did.

…worked magically

I bought this over a year ago, and it has worked magically until just recently.

I’m thinking the unit may have some environmental damage now.

I bought the adapter and keep it plugged in, and it seems the remote worked also.

…barks 2-3 times a night for 10 minutes each time

I have two neighboring dogs about 40 feet from my bedroom window who like to bark 2-3 times a night, for about 10 minutes each time.

They are confined in a small kennel outside a shed.

One of the dogs seemed very sensitive to this device, darting into the shed whenever I set it off.

The other dog has never acted like he can hear it, but follows the other one and shuts up anyway.

…I just clean the dust out with canned air

I have found that if I unplug the unit and clean the dust out with canned air, it seems to work again.

This time, however, I think it is at the end of it’s life, as doing this had no effect last night.

I plan to buy a new one and try it, to see if my damage theory is correct, because it worked so well for so long.

…instead of evicting the dogs

My mom purchased a couple of these as she has a trailer court and was having lots of complaints about barking.

Instead of evicting the dogs she decided to try it out and the dogs don’t bark anymore.

So if it doesn’t work I don’t know why they all stopped barking.

What is better is she took it to another location to try it on some different dogs and after a few days the dogs at the first location realized it was gone and started it again.

I have heard it doesn’t work on all dogs but it works great for us and there are many dogs in the area and lots of different breeds.

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…wildly contradicting reviews

It’s interesting researching products online.

You always come across such wildly contradicting reviews.

I have a hard time understanding how some of the reviewers below me had a bad experience with using this.

It worked within 10 minutes on my lab.

I love her to death but the incessant barking was driving me up the wall!

…the occasional “test” bark

I plugged in the Dog Silencer and all it took was two barks and she stopped in her tracks!

In the two weeks since, she occasionally lets out what I could only describe as a “test” bark – a bark at half volume and she has this look like she knows she’s trying to get away with something – and as soon as the unit goes off she silent!

(There’s a light on the front that lets you know that the unit is sounding off when it’s in the ultrasonic mode)

…worked in Customer Service

I’ve worked in Customer Service in the past and I’ve found that customers that have a bad experience are a minority, but a very vocal one.

For every one person that writes a bad review, there’s probably 10 that are “fat and happy” but have no motivation to write reviews.

Just my 2 cents.

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July 1st, 2010

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How Does The Dog Silencer Pro Work?

The Dog Silencer Pro incorporates an exclusive Sound Sweep Technology™  that fluctuates through a range of sonic or ultrasonic high pitched sound waves that target dogs with a most annoying sound frequency.

This sound is mostly inaudible to humans but as the device does fluctuate through a broad range you may occasionally hear a squeak every now and then.

Eventually the dog stops barking to avoid being harassed by the powerful ultrasonic sound waves.

The combination of these two superior technologies makes the Dog Silencer Pro one of the most effective anti-bark systems today.

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About Me

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I finally found something to keep my dogs from barking that actually works.

My name is Dave and I own 3 big dogs, two of them are Rottweilers, and when they get to barking… well, lets just say it gets pretty noisy.

The Dog Silencer Pro solved all my problems in one fell swoop.

None of the dogs like the sound it makes and it only makes the sound when they bark so they caught on pretty quick.

I’m sold on the Dog Silencer Pro.

Dogs Hear Differently

Control Dog Barking With Dog Silencer Pro

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I know it sounds impossible but, wouldn't it be nice if you could control your dogs barking immediately without laying a hand on him or her.

I don't know what get's my three dogs going at 3 O'clock in the morning sometimes but it's almost impossible to shut them up without going out and threatening their lives.

I really can't get too upset because they are just doing their jobs but after a minute or so, whoever might have been thinking about coming in my yard has long since changed their mind.

The two Rottweilers are fantastic theft deterrents but sometimes they will go on for 10 or 15 minutes.

Enough already.

That's where the Good Life Company with their Dog Silencer Pro comes in.

The Dog Silencer Pro was the answer I needed.

It puts out some kind of high pitched frequency that dogs don't like at all and it is activated by the dogs bark (of all things).

So every time the dog barks, any one of them, this little box squeaks and they all shut up, even the neighbors little ankle biters quiet down.

I don't use the Dog Silencer Pro all the time, just when they get going at o-dark-thirty, because I want them to bark and keep my property and family safe.

When I do use it, the results are immediate.

It's really very nice.

Check this thing out at the Good Life Company or visit my website for more information:

It's the best money I've spent in a long time.
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The Basenji Does Not Bark
The Basenji Does Not Bark
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Source: The Dog Silencer Pro Complete Pack
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Attention Please...
Attention Please...
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Source: The Dog Silencer Pro Complete Pack

Why Dogs Bark

The reasons dogs bark in the middle of the night and early in the morning then late in the afternoon followed shortly by barking at 6:06pm and then at any other inconvenient time are as varied and unique as the leaves that fall in Autumn.

Very poetic, I agree, but it is important to understand that dogs do not bark just to annoy you and your neighbors or for spite or revenge (although sometimes it may seem that way).

I know its difficult to believe, but dogs don’t bark just because they can.

Some dog breeds bark more than others, some breeds of dog were actually bred to be barkers.

At the other end of the bark spectrum is the Basenji, a breed of dog that does not bark at all (though the breed can vocalize in other ways).

By listening to your dog and paying close attention you can eventually learn your dog’s different barks.

You've heard the phrase, "knowing is half the battle", right?

Well, this applies to dogs also and understanding the reason or reasons why your dog is barking is the first step towards controlling this undesirable behavior and deciding whether or not the Dog Silencer Pro is the right tool for you.

In general, dogs will most commonly bark for the following reasons:


Barking when someone is at the door or when strangers pass the house/car is the most natural thing in the world for a dog to do.

Many will bark if they sense some type of threat, letting the threat know inno uncertain terms “I’m here protecting this place, enter at your own risk.”

The sound of this bark is usually sharp, loud and authoritative.

With training, this instinct can be honed, and a dog can provide effective protection for your home and family.


Anxious barking tends to be an an act of self-soothing or self-comforting for many dogs.

It is usually high-pitched and often accompanied by whining.

Separation anxiety is usually the main cause for this type of barking in dogs.


Many dogs will bark while playing with people or other dogs.

Playful barking is especially common in puppies and young dogs.

Although loud, this bark is seldom unpleasant, because the sound of the bark tends to be upbeat and possibly even musical.

Some dogs will bark excitedly when they see the leash or hear the keys jingle and know they are about to go for a walk or car ride.


This bark tends to sound exactly like what it is, so when you hear it, you will usually know what it means.

This bark is to get attention and says “Hey! Hey! Look! Here I am!”

A whine may accompany this bark with some dogs trying to get attention, almost like the tone of a whining child.


The bark of a bored dog sounds like a dog that barks just to hear her own voice.

Though it tends to be annoying, it is also kind of sad.

Bored dogs often bark to release excess energy, and sometimes bark out of loneliness.

They usually need an activity and perhaps even a companion.

Responding to Other Dogs:

This is probably a familiar scenario – one dog down the street starts barking, and one by one the rest of your block joins in.

It’s like a cacophonous rendition of Row Your Boat.

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From Their Perspective
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Source: The Dog Silencer Pro Complete Pack
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Dogs Hear Differently

God equipped dogs with great hearing devices which are much more effective than our human ears when it comes to hearing noises in the distance.

For many years dogs have been used to guard property and alert their owners of danger before the dangers were even visible to the human eye.

Throughout history, this particular quality of the dog, its superior sense of hearing has been greatly appreciated buy the humans who own them.

A dogs sense of hearing is improved exponentially by the effective shape of the ear and by the fact that the dog's ears are equipped with 18 muscles that allow them to quickly flick their ears towards the direction of the noise source.

Dogs are able to hear much higher frequencies than humans.

According to Animal Health Care:

It is estimated that dogs may hear up to 45,000 Hertz , a sense of sound much more superior to humans which can merely reach up to 23,000 Hertz.

The Dog Silencer Pro will produce sounds throughout a wide range of frequencies dipping down into the audible range of humans but the majority will be above 23,000 Hertz.

The ear drum is the reason that dogs can hear so well.

Sound basically travels from the source in the form of waves that vibrate when they hit the thin membranes which compose the ear drum.

Many owners find it funny when their dog suddenly tilts its head when he or she hears a new interesting noise.

This head tilt is the dog's way of trying to absorb the new noise as much as possible in order to detect it better.

Different dog breeds have different shaped ears so the effectiveness of the Dog Silencer Pro may be increased or decreased accordingly.

This is only one factor that may determine the effectiveness of the Dog Silencer Pro, as it is only a training device and many factors such as consistency, dog personality and area or neighborhood may effect the results.