Stop Barking Dog Whistle

SportDOG SAC00-1175 Roy Gonia Competition Dog Whistle

Stop Barking Dog Whistle

If you need a whistle for training your dog over long distances or larger spaces, then this competition whistle from SportDOG will suit your needs. It uses a lower-pitched sound than many other whistles, which means that the sound carries further, but it is also human-audible.

Nevertheless, trainers won’t need to worry about the health of their own ears, as the whistle is specially designed to send sounds forward, towards your dog and away from your eardrums. The whistle also features an easy blow design, so you shouldn’t find yourself feeling blue in the face after a full day of training.

  • Longer range than most whistles
  • Projects forward to protect eardrums
  • Easy blow design
  • If you need to be able to send your dog training signals at a distance, then the lower pitch of this SportDog whistle will help significantly.

    Acme 210.5 Dog Training Whistle

    Stop Barking Dog Whistle

    This is probably the most affordable and simple dog whistle that you can get. It comes with just one frequency, 59000 Hz, which both dogs and humans can hear, so that everyone knows that the call has been issued.

    The whistle is compact in size and is made from high-impact symonite plastic that won’t get damaged, even if your dog manages to get it between his teeth. The small size is good for carrying on you and it has a ring, so that it can be attached to a lanyard or key-chain.

    This whistle will work for anyone just looking for the basics to let them train their dog and doesn’t want to be bothered with a lot of features.

    Identify and choose a source of your dog’s barking, such as a doorbell ringing or a person walking in front of the house. Have a whistle ready; a silent “dog whistle” that only canines can hear or a regular whistle will work equally well for these training exercises. Be sure to have plenty of treats on hand so you can teach your dog to associate not barking with a tasty goodie.

    The doorbell rings and the barking begins. A family is walking past your house, and the barking begins. A neighborhood cat walks by the front window, and the barking begins. Sound familiar?

    A common problem that many dog owners live with is excessive or inappropriate barking from their beloved canine companion. Not only can this type of behavior quickly become a habit, but it can disrupt and interfere with your daily life, your neighbors’ peace of mind, and your dog’s mental health.

    Ideally, you want to determine what is triggering your dog to bark frequently. Patience and careful observation may be needed to find the sources of a dog’s desire to bark loudly and consistently.

    That’s where using a whistle can assist you in diverting your dog’s attention to promote healthier — and less noisy — behaviors. Whistles emit sounds between 23 and 46 kHz, making the high-pitched sound unpleasant to your dogs ears, and making whistles a potentially ideal way to manage your dogs barking habits.


    What sounds will stop dogs from barking?

    A dog whistle can be used in a variety of different ways. It is most commonly paired with recall training, as it is more distinct and discreet than a human’s voice. However, the dog whistle can be used to stop barking, train basic obedience, or even modify specific behaviors.

    Do silent whistles work for dogs?

    Solution? A dog whistle. Or more specifically, a 15,000 Hz – 20,000 Hz tone on a free MP3 or MP4 file will stop dogs barking, almost instantly. Or a standalone device you place outside your home that automatically turns on when it detects a stray animal.