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PetSafe SprayShield Animal Deterrent Spray,71 ml (Pack of 1)

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This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Sometimes you want Buck to bark -- such as when a stranger comes to the house -- or even whine, like when he has to go potty right away. Citronella is a natural substance with a citrus smell that is derived from a combination of cultivated grasses.

The bottom line is citronella products aren’t safe for dogs, and they can irritate your dog’s mouth and throat and lead to gastrointestinal upset if ingested. However, spraying citronella on the animal’s face has shown to be quite successful at deterring without escalating their hostility, giving you and your pooch enough time to flee the scene ( 2).Barking frequency remained lower than pretreatment levels for the intermittent group but had not stabilised, and appeared to be still subject to an upward trend [ 17, Figure 1]. An inhaled pump or two every now and then won’t affect the dog’s breathing, but taking in too much of the spray can cause them to be light-headed and disoriented. I don’t profess to be an expert on this or feel that we should believe everything we read, but this does make one think. If you're not keen on spraying your pal in the face, or if he's not put off by the odor of citronella, you can teach Buck there are better ways to get what he wants than whining. Amazingly fast, detailed and knowledgeable answers solved all of questions I had, and some questions I didn't even know I had.

A psychologist trained to use the recording method recorded the presence or absence of vocalizations, separately, but at the same time, as the primary observer. These results suggest that the initial reduction in vocalisation produced by the active collar was not maintained with continued use. The severity of barking was rated subjectively, however, and no followup was carried out to determine whether improvement was maintained.As family dogs who live with children, the last thing I want from my dogs is a startle/defensive response to something surprising. The site and services are provided "as is" with no warranty or representations by JustAnswer regarding the qualifications of Experts. Humane Treatment: Citronella spray is considered to be one of the most humane methods of controlling excessive barking as it doesn't cause any physical harm to the dog. FOR Most Dog Spray Training Collars (just in case, check the 3rd picture where you can see the nozzle. Thereafter, reactions were monitored by the dog owner, and regular home visits were made by the second author to assess the dogs' well being.

That’s why certain pet brands came up with the idea to control a dog’s behaviour with citronella scent. As well, if there's any indication his whining is from physical discomfort, get him to the vet for a thorough checkup. After our first telephone conversation, the gentleman had immediately abandoned the citronella collar.The plant-based fragrance sprayed onto my pooch’s nose usually is diverting enough so that he forgets the reason for barking altogether. Our dog is like a light switch: absolutely angelic until he is set off, then he doesn't respond to any commands or seem to realize that we're even there. Now this IS scary – I found it on Awesomedogs: “Citronella Collars – May contain: Pesticides, Booze and Refrigeration Coolant”. Session length necessarily varied for the other four dogs because they vocalised during car journeys.

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