Dog Whistle 15000 Hz

A collection of four High Pitch Dog Whistle sounds in uncompressed WAV format with different frequencies : 11,200 Hz, 12,200 Hz, 16,000 Hz i 20,000 HZ. All sounds normalized -5 db. Sound with frequency 20,000 Hz you will not hear probably, but your dog will – for sure. Don’t play too loud – can cause headache, as I had during signal recording.Genres: Sound EffectsArtist: Alexander

Sound with frequencies above our hearing sensitivity are known as ultrasonic. Dogs can hear much higher frequencies than humans; that is why a dog whistle may not be heard by humans. Sound with these ultrasonic frequencies are used for such things a sonograms that give a picture of the inside of a persons body without requiring surgery.

Sound is a longitudinal wave that is transmitted through the air and detected by our ears. Good human ears can detect sound from about 50 Hz to about 20,000 Hz (20 kHz); this can be called the audible range of frequencies. As people grow older, we loose our ability to detect high frequencies so the highest frequencies that a middle-aged person is able to detect may be about 15,000Hz or even 12,000Hz.

Using a silent dog whistle has many benefits. As the sound can be altered it is possible to train multiple dogs at different frequencies. It also means that you do not need to try out multiple fixed pitch whistles to find the one that works best for you, which saves time and money when it is critical to begin training right away, as with young puppies. Sound from the silent dog whistle travels up to an impressive 1.5km, making it a vital tool when training your dog outdoors and for long distance work as with gun dogs and other working retrievers.

Popular among professional and hobby dog trainers alike, the silent dog whistle is considered by some to be the pinnacle of dog training equipment. With some practice, you can learn to communicate effectively with your dog, and can enjoy the relative peace that comes with using a silent dog whistle. ACME Whistles are proud to have developed the world’s first silent dog whistle, and today it is still known as a true original with devoted users all around the globe.

You can listen to our silent dog whistle online – simply click on the ‘Sound Whistle’ button on the whistle’s page. If you are planning on buying silent dog whistles as a gift, our engraving service can add that final touch allowing you to add a personalised message up to 50 characters long.

Of course, no whistle is truly silent; they simply operate at such a high frequency that human ears cannot detect it. Humans can hear sounds up to about 20 000 Hz which declines as we age. Dogs have much more sensitive hearing than our own; they can hear sounds up to an impressive 45 000 Hz, so the whistle sound is easily within their range of hearing. Our tried and trusted design allows you to alter the pitch of the silent dog whistle to tailor it to your dog’s needs. Some will respond better to either a higher or lower frequency, so this feature on our silent dog whistles gives you the freedom to find out what works best for your dog training sessions.


What is the highest frequency dog whistle?

The highest frequency dogs can hear is 45 kHz, while a child’s limit is 20kHz, and a middle-aged adult’s is 15kHz. Dog whistles range from about 20 to 54 kHz, so it makes sense that I was able to hear the whistle while my dad was not. The equation for frequency is 1/period of the soundwave, or velocity/wavelength.

What frequency will hurt a dogs ears?

Typically, frequencies that hurt your dog’s ears will range from 20,000 Hz and on, with 25,000 typically being the mark that begins really to irritate your pup. That being said, sounds that range from 23,000 to about 25,000 will likely be tolerable to your pup.

What frequency works best for dogs?

While human ears evolved to be able to hear sounds between 64 and 23,000 Hertz (Hz) optimally, a dog can listen to between 67 and 45,000 Hz, according to Louisiana State University.

Can you hear 16000 Hz?

People of All ages without a hearing impairment should be able to hear the 8000hz. People under 50 should be able to hear the 12,000hz and people under 40, the 15,000hz. Under 30s should hear the 16,000hz, and the 17,000hz is receivable for those under 24.