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Subject: Re: OT Stop Dogs Barking (fwd)
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From: Taxi Mockfjard / Attila Muhi <Pine.SOL.4.10.10003192219020.23392-100000algonet.se> d58467
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Subject: Re: OT Stop Dogs Barking
On Sun, 19 Mar 2000, Grant Forest wrote:
> Anyone have a sonic circuit that can be used to stop a dog barking.
> Have searched the net and still looking.
> Grant Forest
> (always awake as the nextdoors dog is always barking)
A dog left alone can be quite unhappy, and thus barking. Some company for
the dog is probably more efficient than an ultrasonic circuit.
My wife plugs her ears at night, blaming me for snoring. Similar problem
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