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About This Item

  • Training horn designed to get the attention of your furry friend.
  • Works instantly with the simple push of a button to stop your pup in his tracks.
  • Helps deter unwanted behavior and lets your paw-tner’s know to stop the excessive barking.
  • Can be used to scare away other dogs and wild animals if they get too close.
  • Effective and reliable option for discipline or safety.

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Breed SizeAll BreedsSmall BreedsSmall BreedsSmall BreedsSmall Breeds
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Questions & Answers

9 Customer Questions

I understand that longevity depends on usage, but about how many times can you use it? (Like 20 or 100? Ballpark please!) And, how do you know that it is empty, so that you don't expect to use it, only to find out it is empty?

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Dec 17, 2020

The number of uses per Dog Horn XL varies dependent on how long the actuator button is held per blast. However, the house testing resulted in getting 140 +/- short blasts per unit. The canister will get lighter as the propellent is used up giving an indication of the balance of uses left.

Is this like an air horn? Is it that loud?

Answer by

Sep 27, 2019

This training tool is almost as loud as a standard air horn.

are they ozone safe?

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Oct 07, 2020

This horn is ozone-safe.

Does it contain compressed air ONLY?

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Apr 27, 2022

This training tool contains compressed air only.

14 Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

By Gina on Sep 25, 2022

Way too small...

I thought this can was much bigger, at least the size of a soda can, way too small. However, it does work, I only had to use it two times since I brought it. As soon as I give the command, "leave it" he obeys. So not as much barking as before.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

By AmyL on Jun 7, 2022

Recommended by trainer

I walk my dog regularly and have had multiple lose dogs approach and was recommended by my dog trainer to use this to deter another dog. I have used once and it works.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

By LaDawn on Apr 25, 2022

Great Little Horn

Easy to use, very loud. Light weight. Nice way to intervene with dogs who haven't decided to get along without getting myself hurt.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

By Brat on Dec 24, 2021


I only gave this four stars because I haven’t used it yet.I purchased it as a distraction for my dogs on our 10 acres if they get too far out and blow off their recalls. Also if there were ever to be any fights. I sure hope it works!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

By Ania on Dec 7, 2021

Great Purchase

This horn went to use first walk after i got it. A stray fog came charging at my small dog while we were walking around our neighborhood. My daughter used the horn, the stray went running away. Thank you so happy with the purchase will never go for a walk without it

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

By Annn on Dec 1, 2021

Great product

We bought the air horn to deter coyotes when we take our three dogs out at night. We live in the mountains, so the air horn provides a great sense of security.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

By TBIfighter on Aug 4, 2021

Works great

Saved my service dog and I. We were walking through our neighborhood and a very large Akita mixed dog came running at us with it's teeth bared and hackles up barking, my service dog and I remained calm I put him behind me. Then I blew the horn holding it down and slowly walked back with my dog while facing the attacking dog. We made it to the opposite side of the road the strange dog paused in the middle of the road startled by the VERY loud horn and a neighbor passing through stopped their car blocking the dog and traffic. They called the police and I guess this dog had killed multiple neighborhood cats and a sweet pitbull terrier.Thanks to the horn it gave us enough time to get far enough away potentially saving mine and my service dog's lives. He keeps me safe on the daily thank you for producing a product that can help me keep us safe while out.

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Rated 2 out of 5 stars

By maplaver on Mar 28, 2021


This tool will deter dogs that do not want to get in a fight with other dogs. It's more like a Pet Corrector but louder. You can correct some bad behaviors but not a real fight. Unfortunately I experienced a dog fight and I literally FINISHED the whole can on the dogs faces and they kept on fighting. Then I went to a vinegar spray and that worked better than this. So only get this as a dog training tool as a negative marker but it won't work for anything beyond that!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

By Yang on Mar 12, 2021

Super loud.

Bought this to keep safe in the neighborhood as there are a lot of strays and neighbors with aggressive dogs. Haven't had to use this yet thankfully, but I did test it and it is LOUD. I like the clip that comes attached, I put it on my dog walking bag so it's easy to reach for.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Great for breaking up dog fights!

Yes, its loud! It’s an air horn. That’s what it’s supposed to be, loud and scary. My Aussies sometimes fight. I got tired of getting injured trying to pull them apart, not to mention vet bills. Bought this horn to try to scare them apart. Worked like a charm. They got into a brawl. I grabbed the can and held my finger down on the horn until they separated, maybe 10 secs. They ran right into their kennels. I will only use it for fights, never for training. They are definitely scared of it.


Will air horn scare a dog? ›

Senior Animal Control Officer (Burbank California Animal Shelter) Stacie Wood-Levin's advice reminds us, “When using an air horn or boat horn, realize it will also scare the heck out of your dog,” so have a good hold on him and be prepared to destress him once the situation has played out.

Will an air horn break up a dog fight? ›

In an article for Pet MD, Jennifer Coates, DVM recommends using distraction to break up a dog fight. Try distracting the dogs by throwing water over them. A loud noise such as an air horn or two metal objects being banged together can also be effective.

What is a dog horn used for? ›

DETER ATTACKS & DOG FIGHTS: The DOG HORN stops most dogs in their tracks! CAMPING & HIKING: Repels most wild animals away from the campsite or hiking trail.

Will an air horn scare a coyote? ›

One way to keep coyotes at bay is to use an air horn. Coyotes typically get scared of air horns and dislike the loud noise that they produce. Most portable air horns can be heard from up to a mile away, making them an effective tool for keeping coyotes away without having to get too close.

Will an air horn hurt a dog's ears? ›

A: Yes, any loud noise can damage a dog's hearing.

How do you get a dog to release its bite? ›

When grabbed by their tail, most dogs will also release a bite grip. Continue moving backwards, pulling the dog by its tail so that he cannot turn around and bite you. If you are not the owner of that dog, continue holding the dog by its tail until he has calmed down or the owner arrived to take control of him.

How do you get a pitbull to release its bite? ›

The best way is to grab the Pitbull by its tail and pull it backwards. If the Pitbull is biting you, you can move your hand or leg inside the dog's mouth instead of pulling it out. You can also twist the dog's collar or use a break stick. It will help unlock the dog's jaw and release the bite.

What is a good dog deterrent? ›

Vinegar. You can use vinegar to keep dogs away from your lawn by spraying it around the perimeter of the area you want to be canine-free. Dogs don't like the strong smell of vinegar and thus will be deterred by it.

Are pig ears good for dogs? ›

The Benefits Of Pig Ears For Dogs

They're soft and easy on the teeth … so they're good chews for dogs with sensitive teeth or dogs who prefer a leisurely chew. Gnawing on ears helps remove plaque and tartar, promoting dental health … and chewing helps keep your dog's gums healthy too.

Do air horns run out? ›

A regular air horn has about 70 to 80 blasts from a 12-ounce can - the ECOBLAST gets thousands of blasts over its lifetime. And when the old airhorn runs out of air, you have to throw it away as opposed to the ECOBLAST, which you simply refill with air.

What to do if you see a coyote while walking your dog? ›

If you're confronted by one of these large wild animals, flail your arms, stomp your feet, shout loudly, and become as intimidating as you can be. As you do this, continue to face the animal and slowly back away. And this might surprise you, but don't run. If possible, pick up your dog so they don't run either.

What animal keeps coyotes away? ›

The most common guardian animals include llamas, donkeys, and dogs. When protecting your livestock from coyotes, a donkey would be your best bet. Donkeys are extremely aggressive towards coyotes and foxes, and will not hesitate to attack them and run them off of your property.

What smells keep coyotes away? ›

Coyotes have a strong sense of smell, which they use to find food sources and hunt in packs. You can take advantage of this by repelling them with smells they dislike, such as wolf urine, white vinegar, strong perfumes, and cayenne/chili pepper.

How many dB is too loud for a dog? ›

Any sounds 90 dB or above are considered dangerous and can not only be heard, but can be felt. There are many situations in which dogs would be exposed to loud noises that could affect their hearing.

How long can you use an air horn? ›

The Personal 911 like all air horns is considered an aerosol product. As a manufacture we usually say 1 to 3 years. However, for the most part the shelf life of the horn is as long as It's container will hold the propellent in. That could be longer even much longer.

Can train horns cause hearing loss? ›

Over time, any sound that's 85 decibels or higher can cause hearing loss — or other hearing problems, like tinnitus (a ringing sound in your ears that won't go away). An air horn is 129 decibels. That's loud enough to cause immediate harm to your ears.

What should you not do after a dog fight? ›

Don't: Isolate the dogs from one another. If you don't get the dogs back together after a fight a bit of scar tissue develops in their mind, and in your emotions. After a few fights the scar can become too deep. When this happens their is nothing that can be done.

Where is dog fighting most common? ›

North Carolina is the number one dog fighting state in the United States,” he said. “The biggest dog fighter in the world lives in your state.” One of those fighters, Mt. Olive's Harry Hargrove is a “legend” in the dog-fighting world, for instance, who has bred, trained and fought dogs for 40 years.

Why did my dog bite me during a dog fight? ›

Most often, dogs bite people when they feel threatened in some way. It's a natural instinct that's still present in domesticated dogs. This is why it's important for everyone who interacts with a dog to understand what may provoke this aggressive behavior.

Should I let my dogs fight it out? ›

Although you should generally attempt to allow dogs to resolve their differences on their own if they are just threatening without fighting, you will need to intervene if there is the potential for injury. Under no circumstances should the dogs be allowed to "fight it out".

What are the first signs of stress in a dog? ›

Stress signs to look for include whale eye (when dogs reveal the whites of their eyes), tucked ears, tucked tail, raised hackles, lip-licking, yawning, and panting. Your dog might also avoid eye contact or look away.

Should you break up a dog fight? ›

If the dogs are too aggressive and breaking up the fight will put you at risk of serious injury, stay out of it. People end up with severe lacerations, crushed bones, and sometimes far worse when the dogs accidentally turn their attack on them. Use your best judgment to do what is safest for both you and the dogs.

Will pepper spray stop a pitbull? ›

As a side note, Pepper Spray is very effective against highly aggressive dog breeds such as Pit-bulls.

What percentage of dog bites are from Pitbulls? ›

When examining a 13-year data set, 54 fatal attacks included a dog killing its primary owner. Pit bulls were the cause of 63% of these deaths, over 8x more than any other type of dog. Between 20015 to 2017, only 21% of fatal dog attacks resulted in criminal charges. 75% of these cases involved a pit bull.

What do you do when a pitbull bites you? ›

Attend to the bite victim: Help them wash the wound with warm soap and water thoroughly. Contact medical professionals on their behalf, and call an ambulance if needed. Even if the bite does not look very bad, they should still be seen by a medical professional because bites can turn serious quickly.

Can you outrun a dog on a bike? ›

Think ahead of time about which are right for you. Don't try to outrun the dog unless you are a very strong rider. If you can't completely outrun it, the dog may catch your wheel and knock you down. While on the bike, don't try anything beyond your bike-handling skills.

What to do when a dog chases you on a bike? ›

Methods to Stop the Chase
  1. Stop Riding. The best method for showing that you're not prey is to stop riding and call to the dog. ...
  2. Pepper Spray. Trying to hit a charging dog in the face with pepper spray has bad odds of being successful. ...
  3. Dog Bones. ...
  4. Water Bottle. ...
  5. Air Horn. ...
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Do air horns run out? ›

A regular air horn has about 70 to 80 blasts from a 12-ounce can - the ECOBLAST gets thousands of blasts over its lifetime. And when the old airhorn runs out of air, you have to throw it away as opposed to the ECOBLAST, which you simply refill with air.

What happens if you bark at a dog? ›

Doing something to intentionally bother or startle your dog might get a funny video, but over time, it can erode your dog's trust in you. It can also put you at risk of being bitten or lead to your dog feeling like they need to protect themself from you, the person your dog should feel safest with.

Can dogs smell fear? ›

Dogs have remarkable olfactory ability and can be trained to smell a chemical at very low concentration, said Dr. Katherine Albro Houpt, a professor emeritus of behavioral medicine at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. But there is no proof that dogs can smell fear.

Why do dogs run after you? ›

When your dog chases, they aren't trying to scare or annoy you — they're just responding to a very natural urge. The good thing is that training, games, and sports are a great way to channel your dog's chase into behaviors that are safe and fun for both of you.

How do cyclists deal with stray dogs? ›

You can either try to outpace the dog by riding faster, as after 30 seconds or so most dogs will give up the chase. Alternatively, you can dismount and walk with the bike between you and the dog, or employ a defensive tactic such as spraying water, using an air horn, or throwing stones if the dog attacks.

Why dogs run behind cars and bikes? ›

INSTINCTS AND LONELINESS: Dogs are very curious in nature and an approaching vehicle perks up their instincts and urge them to chase the vehicles suddenly. So, they end up running behind them. Sometimes this is also due to a bad experience with the drivers but some just do it out of excitement.

Why do dogs bark at bikers? ›

In the case of barking at bikes, your puppy is likely motivated by fear, excitement, or aggression. Telling the difference between these is actually quite easy, as they all look different when your pup is acting them out. Dogs barking aggressively are showing they don't want something or someone to come any closer.

Will pepper spray stop a dog? ›

As many employees of the U.S. Postal Service know, pepper spray is one of the most effective weapons to deter dog attacks. Inexpensive, compact and effective, it can repel aggressive canines without causing any lasting or long-term damage to them.

Why do dogs chase you? ›

It is natural for dogs to chase things. It is biologically ingrained in them for their own survival. They chase prey to fulfill a need for food and they chase strangers, be it in human or animal form, who they class as a prospective menace to rid themselves of the imminent danger.

How do you get a dog to stop chasing you? ›

Distract the dog.

If nothing else, a distraction may help calm an excited dog down and break its desire to chase you. Any object can be used as a distraction if you catch the dog's attention with it. If you have any dog treats, dog toys, or any type of food on your person, throw them on the ground in front of the dog.

Do air horns work in cold weather? ›

Air horns can freeze if left in cold weather, rendering them inoperable.

Will horn work if vehicle is off? ›

Most of the time pressing the wheel does absolutely nothing. When the ignition is switched off, the hooter/horn works perfectly by pressing on the steering wheel. Every time.

Can you refill a air horn? ›

Refill. This generously sized air horn refill canister allows more uses than ordinary air horns, so you can bring the noise again and again.

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