Bird Dog & Retriever News

August / September 2003 issue Page 33

 Tri-Tronics Introduces the New
"Bark Limiter's"
The Itty, Bitty Collar that will stop the BIG, BAD BARK
Contact: Debbie Ross (800) 456-4343 ext. 381

Tri-Tronics, Inc. introduc
es the NEW Bark Limit
erxl, smaller and lighter than earlier models, and still the most effective and reliable bark collar on the market. This enhanced version of the Bark Limiter from the country's well-known name in electronic dog training devices continues to provide very gentle, but persuasive control of excessive barking.
Whether the owner is at home or away, the Bark Limiterxl will continue to gently and reliably control the barking of any dog, regardless of size. With its new smaller, sleeker, "fanny pack" shape and redesigned contact surface area, the Bark Limiterxl will fit even small dogs comfortably. The waterproof collar comes with short and long contact points to suit both short and long-haired breeds. The best news for many regular users of bark control collars is that the newly designed bark sensor on the "Bark Limiter" is internal and completely protected from damage.
Tri-Tronics introduces a totally new and innovative feature with the Bark Limiterxl the Bark Odometer TM. The Bark OdometerTM counts the number of corrections given since the last time the collar was turned on, and reports the data when the unit is turned off. Since most bark collars are used while the dog owner is away from home, finally there is a way to tell whether a dog needed a few reminders, several reminders, or even no reminders at all. If there are several dogs in the household or kennel, the Bark OdometerTM also makes it possible to determine which dog is doing the barking, making it easy for the owner to target bark collar use to only the dog that needs it. Finally, the Bark OdometerTM will help advance Tri-Tronics' mission of "making it easier for dogs to learn" by giving the new bark collar owner a way to monitor barking activity during an introductory period, using a very low stimulus level, before increasing the correction to the level needed to discourage barking.
Finding the right level of correction to control a dog's urge to bark without overwhelming him is important when using bark control collars. The new Bark Limiter's makes it easier than ever to change the stimulation level. A press of a button increases the level one time for each press, and starts over again on level 1 after level 5 is reached. The LED light on the easy-to-read numbers lets you know which of the five levels of stimulation you are on.
No recharging is needed because this product operates on a single long-lasting lithium battery. A new "sleep mode" turns the unit off completely whenever it is not being moved, for a significant savings in battery life. A convenient low battery indicator lets you know when it's time to change the battery.
The Bark Limiterxl is backed by the company's 1-year warranty and a 30-day money-back guarantee.
An Owner's Manual is included. The suggested retail price is $110. More information about this newest product from Tri-Tronics is available from select Tri-Tronics dealers, by contacting Tri-Tronics at or 1-800-456-4343. Visit Tri-Tronics at

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