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Dog whistle (Free)

Dog whistle (Free)

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Whistle for dog training or puppy training.
First, select the frequency.
Inaudible sound frequencies dogs and cats can hear only
Play button is pressed, the frequency of the whistle is sounded.
Once or several times, depending on the situation, trained by pressing the Play button will.
Training methods, please see the site link below.
The Taming of the dog trainer to use or is the sound of whistles and cat to tame.
Dog Whistle (dog whistles) for training use only.
Do not abuse it.

* Dog Whistle
A dog whistle is a kind of whistle.
It is used in the training of dogs and cats.
It emits sound in the ultrasonic range.
Human cannot hear but dogs and cats can hear that sound.
It was invented in 1876 by Francis Galton.

* Usage

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Modified 1.0.9_121017 described training methods (add link)
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Comments and ratings for Dog whistle (Free)
  • (51 stars)

    by Carmina Hiebert on 15/05/2014

    So far so good

  • (51 stars)

    by Edward Jones on 20/04/2014

    Good app easy to use my dog reacts to me when I press the play buttons on my Samsung 4s

  • (51 stars)

    by Steve F on 18/10/2013

    The three inaudable frequencies did not get any reactions from my dogs. I do not think the the speakers on my tablet, or most any other speakers, are capable of reproducing sounds with frequencies above 15KHz... Certainly not 30KHz... Sorry

  • (51 stars)

    by Joni Spalding on 29/08/2013

    Simple but affective