Original offer details & such: $10 and only $6.99 S&H. BOGO: $6.99 S&H.
When my sister and I were kids, we had a little half Pomeranian / half-poodle. He was three kinds of crazy and two kinds of stupid. He really didn't go that way until my grandmother started raising him with a no-discipline approach.
Now we're pretty sure our grandmother wouldn't have used BarkOff on the dog, but we wonder if she should have.
BarkOff is like this ultrasonic remote control that looks like a Wii remote that dog owners can use on their dogs to keep them from barking - or so the claim states. The dogs start acting up, grab the remote, aim it at the dog and push the button. It's like playing a real life video game. But check out the video to the left from King 5 TV out of Seattle when they put the BarkOff to the test.
According to official website BarkOffShop.com, BarkOff claims the following features and benefits:
- Stops Nuisance Barking
- "Humane" Ultrasonic Waves
- Inaudible to Humans
- Battery Powered
- Indoor / Outdoor
Order Process: We found a few complaints online regarding the ordering process. Classic stuff - didn't realize the money back guarantee didn't include S&H, meant to order 2 but ordered 4 because they were unaware of the BOGO. We also found cases where people didn't want to go through the upsell process when they ordered by phone but had to ehar the pitch. Product Performance: Yeah, there are complaints. It's almost hard to avoid complaints on this one. We do believe the theory that it's depended upon the dog and the dog's training. Also, it's tough to tell whether or not it's the BarkOff or the pet owner's hand motion that gets the dogs to silence. The one thing we did find that was scary was a couple complaints of the dog shaking after repeated us. That complaint can also be seen in the above video. Websites consulted includes:
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