Do you wanna train your dog some tricks?
Do you hate your neighbor dog because he always barking?
This app could help you!
# Train your dog to do tricks
# Stop your neighbor dog from barking
# Bother your friends
# Tease your dog
# Anti dog repellent
# Anti-mosquito device - maybe
Sound with frequency 20,000 Hz you will not hear probably, but your dog hear the sound very well!
Remember to not abuse your animals! Don’t play too loud or too long – it might cause headache or damage hearing. It might be a crime, so don’t use this app on puppies or other small pets.
- UI improvements.
- Bug fixes & stability improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
This is great! But the ads are
This app is great! It’s the ads that bother me, when I try to press stop or start an ad pops out of nowhere. Which makes this app harder to use I know lots of people complain over ads all the time, but to me it’s a big problem. I think if there were no ads I’d buy this app! I hope you find my review helpful. (Even tho I’m ten!)
Works with my Cocker Spaniel!
Wow, I wasn’t expecting anything to happen, but this app has been fantastic! Frank starts ruthlessly barking after a few normal barks and that’s when I open the app and say “quiet”. The ad pop-ups do affect the timeliness needed to optimally use the app, however, and I would pay for the app to not have ads, so I hope that will eventually take place (I’d pay $3-$5, anything more would need to have more features, like a clicking sound for training or a timed set of training exercises for positive behavioral routines to promote the importance of establishing boundaries (for both dog and dog parent(s)).
My Story: I have a 4-year-old American cocker spaniel named, Frank. Frank has appointed himself as our 24-7 (excepting naps) security guard and it’s even worse when dogs walk by our home - he’s uncontrollable then and all bets are off. However, if he’s barking at neighbors, strange noises, squirrels, the changing wind, etc., the whistle app will snap him out of it, so to speak and allow him the attention span to hear me say, “quiet”. Does it work all of the time? No, but Frank is not a robot and I don’t expect it to be 100% effective, but it’s an efficient step in the right direction and is helping to form new habits. Hopefully eventually he will snap out of it when I just say, “quiet”.
The ad placements make this app useless
What I like: there are five whistle tones to chose from. At least I think so. I can hear the first two, so I am just assuming that 3-5 are different from each other. #5 seems right for my dog while one of the other 4 may be best for other dogs.
Why I am deleting it anyway: you have to play an ad for at least 4 seconds before you return to the previous screen to play the whistle sound. So you cannot use the whistle as immediate reinforcement for whatever your dog’s behavior is. This makes the app useless. There is another ad after you press stop—this one is not a problem at all, but I guess they need twice the ad revenue they could get from just the “after” ad. If so, it would be much better if they double stacked the ads after you stop the whistle sound.
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- 26.2 MB
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
English, Simplified Chinese
- Age Rating
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