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  • NO. I will never purchase this dog dazer ii ultrasonic dog deterrent if it will damage my neighbor’s dogs hearing. I wanted something safe NOT harmful. If they are calm, I keep the device away. But if they are lousy and disturbing, I bring it on!

    (Maxwell: If you want something automatic, I would recommend . It also work like Dog Dazer ii. But DOGTEK product is automatic).
    If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to drop them in the comment form below. I will be waiting for your testimony or review too.

  • Yes, it will stop most dogs around it to stop barking. If you always walk by someone’s house and the dogs there are fond of barking at you. Then, get you Dog Dazer ii and it will get their attention quickly.

    I am also cyclist (and programmer) and I am thinking of buying one Dog Dazer II Deterrent.
    Are you still satisfied with yours? Would you recommend it to me?

    2 Reviews

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    Evans  Tennessee  3/25/2010

    This unit works great. After a few uses obnoxious dog actually would calm down when I picked up the TV remote. Works on cats, too. Get one.

     
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    Thomas  Georgia  4/10/2010

    excellent results

     

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    I am also cyclist (and programmer) and I am thinking of buying one Dog Dazer II Deterrent.
    Are you still satisfied with yours? Would you recommend it to me?

Dog Dazer II Ultrasonic Dog Deterrent | eBay

We used an array of four ultrasonic condenser microphones (Avisoft UltraSoundGate 416, Avisoft Bioacoustics, Germany) to record each bat's echolocation calls as it negotiated the obstacle course. Recordings were digitized at a sampling rate of 250 kHz and a resolution of 8 bits, and stored as wav-files with Avisoft Recorder USG software (v.2.9. Avisoft Bioacoustics, Germany). We affixed three microphones to the corridor supports at the terminal end of the corridor, facing the oncoming bat. One microphone was 1.2 m high and centred in the middle of the corridor, while two microphones were positioned 1 m above the ground on each side. A fourth microphone was affixed to the camera tripod and pointed toward one experimenter who marked the beginning and end of each bat's flight on the acoustic files with an ultrasonic whistle (Dog Dazer II, Kii Enterprises, USA). We analyzed sequences of eight consecutive echolocation calls from the terminal end of each bat's flight. Files with calls below average background noise levels or less than 30 KHz were excluded. Using Pulse Characteristics Analysis in BatSound Pro (v.3.31b, Petterson Electronik AB, Sweden), we measured three call variables: frequency of most energy (FME), interpulse interval (IPI), and pulse duration (PD).