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dog whistle free - dog training sounds & dog clicker training for call dog walking
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Version 1.0 released on August 16, 2016
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▲ Welcome to most advanced dog whistle on Appstore What you can do with this free application: - stop your neighbor dog from barking! - recall your dog! - train your dog to do cool tricks! - adjust your dog behavior! - use it as anti dog repellent! - shut your neighbor dog when he is barking! - stop your dog from barking! - annoy your friends! How this works? Application generate frequencies ranging from 100 to 22000 hertz. Dogs hear those sound very well, and those sounds are always the same. That makes it very easy to teach your dog new tricks. Proper tutorial will be implemented in future app update. Remember to not abuse your animals!!! Long exposure to any sound might damage hearing. And that might be a crime. Also don't use this app on puppies. !!! If you want to use this Dog Whistle as neighbor dog silencer its best to use plug in speakers for stronger sound !!!
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