Dog Whistle to Train Your Dog 4+

Free dog whistle to train dog

伟 魏

Designed for iPad

    • 3.3 • 1.4K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Dog whistle and training lesson for your dog.

Get the original Dog Whistle today! Dog whistle is a type of whistle used in the training of dogs and cats.

Normally, a dog whistle is within the range of 16000 Hz to 40000 Hz with only the frequencies below 20000 Hz audible to the human ear. Our whistle has adjustable sliders for active control of the frequency produced.
These kind of whistles are also used to determine the hearing range of people or for physics demonstrations.

-Variable frequency tone generator
-Sound level meter
-Saved Settings Bar

To Train:
Play the sound in front of your dog while playing the high pitch sound. The dog needs to associate the sound with a command. Repeat as many times you need to accomplish. Use treats to teach him that he did good!
- Shut up a annoying dog that is barking. Just play a sound!
- Train your dog to do many things!
- Train your dog to do tricks!

How does it work?
Dogs are capable of hearing sounds at much higher frequencies than people. A dog whistle works by emitting a high frequency tone in a range that a dog does not ordinarily encounter. The highest frequency a normal middle aged human can hear is 12,000-14,000 Hz, so don’t be alarmed if you can’t hear all of the tones yourself. These high frequency tones have the effect of immediately getting a dog’s attention. Dog whistles are typically used as part of a training routine designed to train your dog to do tricks or for behavior modification. A pure tone is much easier for a dog to distinguish compared to verbal commands. Different sound patterns can be used to trigger different responses. For example, two short bursts could mean stop and one long burst could mean lie down. Dog whistles are great training tools and has been used successfully with all breeds.

How do you tune your dog whistle?
One method is to adjust the frequency of the tone, while your dog is sleeping, until your dog’s ears perk up. When this happens you have found a frequency that your dog is sensitive to.

Important Notes:
Please note that dogs may not have an intrinsic response to high frequency tones such as those used in this application. Therefore, you must train your dog to respond to the tones much like you would train your dog to respond to verbal commands. Through this training, many dogs will develop a conditioned response to respond in accordance with its training when it hears the tone. If your dog is not trained to respond to the tone, your dog may not respond to the tone. Recognize the possibility that success in dog training may not come as fast as you may anticipate, but relentless effort and consistency of commands will sooner than later reward you with success. Please consider this before purchasing our application.

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What’s New

Version 2.0.0

bug fix and UI improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
1.4K Ratings

1.4K Ratings

Poe10:) ,

Does great

I give this 4 stars only because it doesn't seem to be effective in the highest ranges, but in the low to middle ranges, it works great.

My neighbor's 5 dogs always come rushing toward us when we are outside, barking and snarling. They are mostly wanting attention, but they have adopted a pack mentality and keep barking as long as we, or they, are outside. I tried this app before I bought a real dog whistle.

All you have to do is slowly adjust the slider as you have the app turned on, and you can hear the tone change. Find the tone that the dogs don't like, and they will leave! Remember - the app has volume control, so turn the volume to max.

The dogs don't even bark at us anymore, and never run to the fence after us. I've also tested it on two dogs within my family. Both dogs, upon finding the proper pitch, have been irritated and left the area. One actually RAN from the area! None responded to the highest range, so I don't know if it's my phone's speaker that can't broadcast the pitch, or if it's the app. Either way, I found the pitch I needed and it has changed our relationship with the neighbor's mutts.

Apple of my Eye Phone ,

Stop Annoying Ads by Disconnecting WiFi/Data

The free version has terribly annoying ads frequently interrupting the operation of the frequency sound generator so you can ether pay to have the ads removed or disconnect your device from wifi/data and the ads cannot load. You may notice one ad slip through for it was previously downloaded but once that one is finished, you shouldn’t have to deal with any others. Take note that this app may be generating high frequencies but your device may not be able to produce them or your device audio output source (speaker) may not be capable of producing such high frequencies. Since human hearing typically goes as high as in the 20,000 Hz range, good speakers can go this high but typically not much higher since people would not be able to hear it. You may want to check the frequency response of your device and speaker to see if they are capable of generating the frequency sound you expect otherwise your dog may not be hearing what you think is being generated.

Ooobear ,


I was skeptical but this has been surprisingly effective. My neighbor’s dogs used to howl in unison every day at noon for upwards of 5 minutes and bark throughout the day for as much as an hour straight. Three or so weeks ago I started using this. I just open a window facing their house and blast this on 24khz at full volume until they stop. It rarely takes more than 15 seconds. Barking frequency and length are down sharply and they rarely bark at me when I’m in outside gardening. At this point I am only having to remind them 3-4 times a week who’s boss. What’s especially music to my ears is no longer hearing my wife get upset about barking.

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