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DOG PULLS - WHISTLE - STOPBuy The Whistle Stop Dog Training Aid

What does it do: The Whistle Stop is an effective and entirely safe training aid for all sizes and breeds of dogs. The Whistle Stop's high pitched whistling sound stops anti-social behaviour in dogs, usually within 2-3 days. The device has been applauded by both its users, and veterinaries alike.

Is it easy to use: The Whistle Stop is the easiest and most effective training aid to ever hit the market. First attach your dog's collar to the clip on the Whistle Stop. Then attach your dog lead to the ring on the Whistle Stop.

Then walk your dog as normal, and let the Whistle Stop take over!

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How the Whistle Stop Works

  • Effective for all sizes and breeds of dogs.
  • When your dog pulls on the lead, a non-electric whistling tone is emitted from the Whistle Stop. This sound has been scientifically tuned to be of a pitch extremely effective to dogs.
  • The whistling tone is sensitive to a dog's ear.
  • In conjunction with a command such as 'Heel', your dog quickly learns to walk calmly beside you.
  • Tugging sharply on the lead also operates the device, and again, can be used to correct other form of anti-social behaviour in your dog if used in conjunction with an appropriate command.

Dog training is the process of teaching a dog to exhibit certain desired behaviors in specific circumstances. Some examples are:



a) Teaching a dog basic obedience commands (part of obedience training)
b) Teaching a dog to perform tricks casually or for circus acts
c) Teaching a guide dog to lead the blind
d) Teaching a rescue dog to find victims of a disaster
e) Helping a hunting dog learn to perform its instinctive behaviors at appropriate times


The specific behaviors taught in each case are different, but the underlying principles are similar.



In the wild as pack animals, canines have natural instincts that favor training. These instincts are manifested when the dog lives with humans as a desire to please a trainer as a dog would please senior members in a pack in the wild.