I don’t want to be awoken at 3am by my pooch howling at the moon, and I know for a fact that my neighbors don’t either (at least, that’s what the police officer who knocked on my door told me). I also don’t need a five-alarm warning every time someone comes within fifty feet of the house. Forgive me if I’m wrong, but something tells me that you feel the same way. Fortunately, it’s more than possible to teach your dog when it’s not appropriate to bark with a safe and effective no-bark collar.
Whether you have a cat or a dog, using a harness is always better than using a traditional collar. Where collars can cause a serious choking hazard, harnesses distribute the pressure to your pet’s shoulders and chest. Collars are much easier to escape from—especially when you’re dealing with cats. Harnesses are not only safer for cats, they add an extra layer of security to make sure they don’t pull a Houdini-like escape when you’re walking through the park.