Got two buddies that seem to do the job, Smith and Wesson..
OK old one and was just kidding
I was really wondering about those electronic gadgets when detecting a dog
barking is supposed to emit a high frequency noise to keep the dog from
barking, Do these really work ?
Put out a tape recorder, and record the dog barking. When it really annoys
you, set up speakers and run cords off your home stereo. Blast the barking
dog sounds directly at the old lady's house. This won't make the
neighborhood more quiet, but it will make you feel better.
Put some antifreeze in its water. The dog will love the sweet taste. After
a few days, the barking should stop.
Also, soaking sponges in bacon grease and giving them to the dog will also
help quiet it down.
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