Citronella Spray Collars - San Bernardino County

Through the GentleSpray Citronella Anti-Bark Collar, the dog is conditioned to stop its excessant barking through a spray of Citronella at the front of the dog’s snout whenever it barks. The Gentle Spray Citronella Anti-Bark Spray collar is a combination of advanced spray technology and modern electronics.

Take control of your dog's barking the safe, effective and humane way. Try the Citronella Spray Bark Collar today.

The Premier GentleSpray Citronella Bark Collar comes with a nylon cloth band that is fully removable so you can wash the band. The band fastens with a quick-snap buckle for easy fastening and removal.

Anti-Bark Citronella Spray Collar - Moore Pet Supplies

Most dogs respond instantly to citronella collars since they don't like the smell, sound or feel of the spray. Good Dog™ emits a short burst of citronella spray aimed toward your dog's nose (dogs hate this smell). When you activate the citronella spray the dog quickly associates the citronella scent and the "psst" sound with the unwanted behavior. With regular use, the Good Dog Citronella collar can be very effective at correcting your dog's bad habits.

Citronella Spray Anti-Bark Collar for Dogs - Groupon

: A few owners complained that the sprayer was too sensitive, and it would emit citronella when their dog yawned or moved too quickly. However, most owners were able to correct this problem by simply loosening the collar a bit.

Citronella Spray No-Bark Collar for Dogs


This study examined the effectiveness of a citronella spay collar in reducing barking in 30 dogs which wore the collar continuously, i.e. every day for 30 min, or intermittently, i.e. every other day for 30 min, for a period of 3 weeks. Owners rated the frequency of their dog’s barking on a scale ranging from 1 (very infrequent) to 5 (very frequent) before the study began (pre-treatment condition) and at the end of every week that the collar was worn (treatment condition). A further evaluation was made at the end of week 4, following 7 days of collar deprivation (post-treatment condition). Dogs exhibited a significantly lower frequency of barking during the treatment and post-treatment conditions compared to the pre-treatment condition. Barking was most effectively reduced when dogs wore the collar intermittently. However, barking increased over the period of time the collar was worn, particularly in those dogs which wore the device every day. Barking continued to increase when the dogs stopped wearing the collar, albeit at frequencies lower than pre-treatment, particularly in those animals which had worn the collar continuously. The collar was more effective at reducing travel related barking than television or traffic related barking. Findings indicate that dogs generally habituate to the citronella spray collar irrespective of how the animal is exposed to the device. A longer period of efficacy occurs, however, if the collar is worn intermittently. This may appeal to owners who are concerned about their pet having to wear the collar for long periods of time.For humane reasons, dog owners are likely to prefer less intensely punishing solutions to their dogs' barking behaviour. In one study, dog owners reported a preference for citronella-, or lemon-spray collars, which deliver a spray of citronella when a microphone detects barking, over shock collars, because they perceived them as more humane []. No significant difference was found in mean plasma-cortisol values (a stress indicator) between dogs that wore shock versus lemon-spray collars [], and it is not clear whether lemon-spray collars result in fewer pain and stress reactions than shock collars.