Joy T., A Spot of T, 11/17/2008
For the month of November, Fridays will be "T n T Reviews" day here at A Spot of T. T n T representing the oldest T child and myself. We have been talking about doing this for awhile so what better time then now to start.
Most people love products, but Kelsey and I love products. Whether it's cosmetics, fashion, jewelery, wine or something to make the neighbor dog stop barking, we both love all kinds of products.
We often talk about restaurants too. Trust me when I say what Kelsey....and probably most of the people on the planet...look for in a restaurant is very different from what I look for in a restaurant. You will see it's not all about the food for me because I believe a restaurant is so much more then just the food.
Kelsey is 20. I am...older then 20. She says black. I say white. Together we have quite a different view on things. But sometimes, just sometimes, we'll agree on something.
Today is a review from me and let me state right off the bat, I get absolutely nothing for talking about this product. I researched and then paid for it myself because this was the product I thought would be the best for us. I didn't mention the product when I wrote this post because the product hadn't come in yet. And I'm a firm believer in testing a product first before I start talking about it. I wanted to say a resounding yes or no on whether it worked.
The product is from Good Life and it's called the Dog Silencer Pro. I am here to tell you this product works. Oh my word does it work!
There are other products on the market but my circumstances were a bit different in that I live on an acreage. I needed something that went above and beyond. I live on 3 acres and the neighbor who has the barking dog lives on 5 acres. You see where I'm going with this? I needed something that would go a long way.
The Dog Silencer Pro detects barking up to three times further than any other anti-bark device available today. A 75 foot sound sensor range to be exact. It humanely trains dogs to stop barking by emitting a high-pitched sonic and ultrasonic sounds (which is inaudible to humans) in direct response to every bark.
Reprinted with Permission from A Spot of T