Company of Animals


Developed by experts that really know and understand animal behaviour, Pavlov collars combine the latest in digital technology with tried and tested learning techniques, to create more harmonious living between people and their pooches.

Pavlov products

Digital No Bark Collar

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Essential User Guide, Fitting & Technical Information:
Schritt-für-Schritt Anleitung Digitales No-Bark Halsband:
Étape par étape Guide d’utilisation Collier anti-aboiement numérique:
Paso a paso Guía básica para el usuario Collar antiladridos digital:
Passo per passo Manuale d'uso essenziale Collare antiabbaio digitale: Click for Pavlov multilingual
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Because when it comes to teaching our dogs, we’re in it together.

Did you know?

Dog barking is one of the most common training problems.  The majority of barking issues occur in and around the home.
Pavlov collars have been designed, researched and tested by the Behaviour Experts at Company of Animals.  Combining over 40 years of dog training behaviour knowledge and expert product design.

Classical Conditioning

Ivan Pavlov was a Russian physiologist who discovered the theory of ‘Classic Conditioning’ (also known as Pavlovian Conditioning). It’s based on the idea of learning through association – and is the principle training method used by our Pavlov Digital No Bark Collars.

illustration of Ivan Pavlov
Smart digital design

Using innovative digital technology our Pavlov collars react quicker than analogue types, meaning the interruptive stimulus is delivered more effectively.

With a High Tech MEMS microphone, the collar listens for barking but doesn’t pick up other noises, like door banging. And for persistent barkers, our smart digital technology escalates and changes the frequency of the interruption in response to continued disruption.

Plus, with an extended battery life of 3-6 months, Pavlov has a significant advantage over many other collar designs.

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Happy training. Harmonious living.

Our main aim is to help people and their dogs live happily together. We want to support and work with you to ensure you get the best possible results. That’s why we’ve collated our extensive training experience into simple guides for you to follow that will help support your training .

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Yes, it is normal and actually really important that dogs are allowed to communicate and express themselves. However, certain dogs barking is excessive and develops into a bad behaviour for which a solution is required.