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Just to add to OHD's comments on using aversive type bark collars... IMO there are definitely times I want my dogs to be able to bark, and like suggested, the effects of these collars can really make a bad problem worse in many situations.

I too have struggled with constant barking from 6p-11p from one of my Beagles. One of the best cures for us is stimulated play or structured walks. We also try to redirect negative behaviors with things like bully sticks, nylabones, etc.
 
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