Dog Dazer II Ultrasonic Dog Deterrent

August 3, 2012 by  
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Dog Dazer II Ultrasonic Dog Deterrent

  • Handheld dog deterrent device
  • Uses the latest in ultrasonic technology
  • Harmless to pets
  • Works up to twenty feet
  • Low battery indicator and belt clip

Using the latest ultrasonic technology, the DAZER produces a discomforting but not harmful high frequency sound audible to dogs but not to humans. Help stop the approach of unfriendly, aggressive dogs as far away as twenty feet. Great for joggers, walkers, meter readers, bicyclists, police, home inspectors, and fire or rescue teams. It can also be used for cats at distances up to forty feet. Made of lightweight high impact plastic that includes a belt clip, low battery indicator and the 9V e

List Price: $ 29.95

Price: $ 24.95

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3 Responses to “Dog Dazer II Ultrasonic Dog Deterrent”
  1. Boo Radley says:
    245 of 254 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    It works. Believe it!, February 12, 2007
    Boo Radley (USA) –

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    Add me to the growing list here of people who swear by this product and are amazed at its effectiveness. It really does work, so much so that I felt compelled to tell others.

    Like other reviewers, I bought the Dazer in desperation after all other methods had failed to stop my neighbors’ two Schnauzers from barking at me and my children every time we tried to use our own back yard. When I first used the Dazer on them, the dogs actually stopped mid-bark and looked at me as if I had just called them Chihuahuas. When they started to bark again, I Dazed them a second time and again, they stopped instantly. I then gave the now-silent and clearly befuddled mutts one final shot of ultrasonic goodness for good measure (heh heh), at which they turned and scurried off into their house – not in pain, but clearly annoyed at whatever sound the Dazer puts out (humans cannot hear it, nor can my two elderly dogs).

    The mongrels and I repeated this scenario for two more days after this, and that did the trick. Now when anybody in my family goes into the back, they either run off or ignore us completely. Oh, they still bark sometimes, but not at us. Like John Wayne (as one reviewer put it so well), I keep the Dazer clipped to my waistband just in case I need to remind them what it sounds like. I might even have done so once or twice, but that cannot be confirmed.

    I don’t know if the thing works on all dogs, or if it stops a charging dog, and I hope never to find out. I wouldn’t rely on the Dazer or any other device to protect my children from an attacking dog, anyway, as Mr. Schinzer below might. But I know this: the Dazer has made my back yard a fun and QUIET place for me and my family to enjoy once again.

    Now, if it only worked on loud people…

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  2. lubner "Post man" says:
    194 of 200 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    I am a Postal Carrier, October 7, 2008
    lubner “Post man” (Your Home Town) –

    I am a postal carrier and purchased the dazer as a first line of defense against dogs. I easily see over 100 dogs a day and when a dog barks at me, I hit the dazer.

    I have nearly worn out the battery testing this little device. I cover many routes and have tested this device over 1000 times (easily). It has worked tail-tucking-excellent on only 4 dogs. It will stop about 50% of all dogs from barking for a few seconds. And about 30% of dogs from barking as long as I hold the button.

    For a postal carrier this is great because it quiets down my day, but I’d only use this as a primary defense if I had a can of mace as back up–which I do.

    I also agree that it works much better on mid-size dogs. Nearly no effect on small dogs–the ones that yipe and bother me the most–darn.

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  3. A. M. Collier "MD2B" says:
    128 of 130 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    No longer a hostage in my own backyard!, January 30, 2007
    A. M. Collier “MD2B” (Texas, USA) –

    I normally don’t make time for reviews but this item is so wonderful I want to post flyers for it throughout my neighborhood as the barking dog problem is rampant. The short version…The pros: It will quiet a barking dog with sensitive ears,it really does shut them up! The cons: It doesn’t work through walls! You have to be near the dog (w/in 50ft) for it to have an effect. Get this item if you have a barking dog problem and an inconsiderate neighbor who refuses to do anything about it.

    The story: Everytime anyone used to go outside of my newly purchased house, the neighbor’s dog would bark incessantly. Not to mention the fact than anytime anything happened w/in earshot the dog would be barking. I asked the neighbor if she could do something about this and she replied, “He’s a Lab, they just bark”. Unacceptable and not true, only untrained ones do. I tried dog treats, I tried coaxing then I resorted to the hose, and all it did was raise my waterbill and make a large stripe in my lawn very green. So we built a large privacy fence (at our expense) and the barking did not stop. This “Dazer” was my last hope. So the day came to try it out (read: “the moment it arrived in the mail” comes WITH batteries!)It works exceptionally well!!!! I can’t tell you how empowering this thing is. I feel like John Wayne. To finally have something to stop the barking. It’s so peaceful when my family, friends and I go outside. If the dog starts, I walk over, aim it in the dog’s direction push and hold the button and say “Quiet”, the animal stops and runs in the house so quickly, you’d think I’d maced it. So I am covertly training my neighbor’s dog for her! I was skeptical but relieved to have a tool to bring respite to this barking phenomenon that appears to be taking over the peaceful homes of America due to socially irresponsible dog owners (don’t get me started). PS: I love animals. I have 2 well trained dogs myself, that have never needed a Dazer as I took them AND myself to dog training courses. (I’d never heard of it before until I Googled “how to stop your neighbor’s dog from barking”) Get this, if you value peace and quiet.

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