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Ultra Sonic Dog Repellent(9 posts)

Ultra Sonic Dog RepellentDaniel
Mar 1, 2002 6:09 AM
Does anyone have any experience with Ultra Sound Dog Repellents? I want non lethal protection from vicious dogs.

Daniel
YupSpoke Wrench
Mar 1, 2002 6:22 AM
My wife and I were following another tandem couple in Mississippi when a dog about the size of a German Shepherd came running at us to say "hello." The other woman took out a gizmo about the size of a CO2 inflator, pointed it toward the dog and gave it a short very high pitched "peep." The dog did a 180 just like he had run into a glass wall.

I've been sort of looking for one every since, but I haven't been able to find a source.
ever thought of doing a search on google???Spirito di Finocchio
Mar 1, 2002 6:34 AM
http://google.com/search?hl=en&q=ultrasonic+dog+repellent+&spell=1

its not that hard :-)
YupDaniel
Mar 1, 2002 6:38 AM
What gave me the added incentive to find protection, was the vicious attack of my toy poodle by a very large dog. It happened last Tuesday. He had his mouth around the neck of my poor helpless dog. Somehow I got him away before he was killed. My dog required 4 stiches, but will be ok.
I have also been menaced by large dogs while cycling.
I found the product at Security and Innovative Products
http://www.protectiondepot.com

Daniel
re: pepper spraycyclopathic
Mar 1, 2002 6:31 AM
let the dog bite you and then shoot in nose/eyes.
Dog will remember it to the rest of his days.
and yes from there on he won't be able to sniff anything so maybe that redneck/hunter dude would care to keep his dogs on leash next time
"let the dog bite you and then shoot in nose/eyes"- SMART??? nmSpirito di Finocchio
Mar 1, 2002 6:42 AM
re: SMART???cyclopathic
Mar 1, 2002 8:55 AM
I meant "don't shoot unless dog bites you"
if you use spray before dog bites there's a good chance owner sues you
Here it is!mikebikr
Mar 1, 2002 7:14 AM
http://www.kiienterprises.com/dazer/index.html
Here it is!Markc826
Mar 1, 2002 9:46 AM
I usually try to outsprint them besides it's great training:)
If that does not work I will unclip one foot and boot the dog in the head as I pass. Don't try this at home unless you have good balance. You will be amazed how fast they run back to the house for cover.
By the way I train police dogs for a living so I guess I'm not really afraid of some rednecks chow.