Wherever there are outdoor activities, there are commonly canines, and while most of them are friendly and dependable, there are enough aggressive animals out there to warrant the use of a dog repeller device. Such systems may rely on projectile sprays, ultrasonic, or sonic tones to ward off the canine. However, there are serious drawbacks to sprays and ultrasonic deterrents, and in some situations they are rendered completely ineffective. If there’s anything that must be reliable, though, it’s the one thing that could prevent a deadly animal attack.
A dog repeller device has to act quickly, has to work consistently, and has to be easy to use. The only deterrent that fits these requirements is a sonic deterrent. Spray deterrents don’t work in heavy wind or rain, but sonic deterrents do. Ultrasonic deterrents only emit in a narrow radius and are often ignored by the canine. A sonic deterrent fires a much wider beam and produces tones that the animal is sensitive to, significantly increasing the chances that the canine responds.
Perhaps most importantly, though, is that sonic deterrents require just a fraction of a second to function. All a person has to do is press a button as soon as they feel threatened, and any pursuing animals may be deterred. Don’t be that target – keep a sonic deterrent on hand and you’ll have a nearly impenetrable wall of protection.