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No-Bark Collar


Keep Spot quiet

The Motorola automatic no-bark collar offers instant feedback to your dog to distract him from barking.

The collar senses the vibration produced by your dog's vocal chords when he barks and delivers a very brief static pulse, similar to the static you would feel on a door knob. Unlike some deterrents, this collar can only be activated by the dog wearing it.

After 5 seconds of allowable free barking time, the collar unit will emit a warning tone and vibration. If your dog continues to bark, You can choose between 9 static correction levels from very gentle to firm. The collar will emit this brief static pulse to discourage further barking.

9 levels allow you to select from tone only, a tickle, to very firm stimulation to suit your dog's temperament and personality.

Use Levels 1 thru 4 for timid and average dogs and the highest levels for the most committed, difficult barkers.

Should your dog cease barking for two full minutes, the process starts again with the collar providing five more seconds of free barking and a warning tone and vibration prior to any additional correction from the collar unit.


  • Intelligent design

  • Allows natural barking for 5 seconds

  • Static correction can be avoided by honoring the warning tone

  • Automatically activated only by dog wearing collar unit

  • 9 levels of static correction - from gentle to firm

  • Vibration helps reinforce static correction

  • Lightweight

  • Collar unit: 3.06"L x 1.13"W x 1.20"H

  • Nylon collar strap: 26"L x 1"W

  • Water resistant

  • Low-battery indicator

  • User-replaceable CR2450 lithium battery (included) - additional replacement batteries sold separately

  • Ideal for pets over 15 lbs

    In the Box

  • Pet Collar Unit

  • Nylon Strap

  • 2 long collar contacts

  • 2 short collar contacts

  • CR2450 battery (installed in collar)

  • User's Guide


    • Model: ScoutBark100
    • Manufactured by: Motorola

    This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 13 May 2015.

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