Squirt water from your bottle at them. Most dogs hate it.marathon marke said:Years ago I had an indoor version of this that was designed to stop a dog from chronic barking. A bark would trigger the sound and hopefully distract and annoy the dog enough to stop it's barking. The first time it went off, my dog stopped barking for about 30 seconds. The next time he barked it just annoyed him enough to bark back at it, and continue barking. It was a bark-training device! LOL
Waste of money, IMHO.
And there i was hoping you were gonna say hit him with an Ambrosio M20, 32 spoke, brass nipples and he'll never chase another bike againRDV4ROUBAIX said:Always thought the best dog repellant is to sprint faster than the dog. Right? When I was racing regularly we used to take Spring training trips to Hood River Oregon and intentionally go into the countryside to get chased by dogs for sprint training. Best chase was 2 Dobermans, think they were brothers, but as soon as you came around this right hander there they were, chilling on an old torn up sofa sitting in front of a dilapidated farmhouse. Was like clockwork with those two. Another most memorable was the Boarder Collie family that used to try and herd us like cattle.