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Specialised Acme whistle. In dog training circles, these are the whistles that all the people in the know use.

They are specifically manufactured so all the whistles with this exclusive number on are manufactured to the exact same pitch and tone.

If you lost one you would not have to acclimatise the dog to a new sounding whistle. Which normally takes ten days

This whistle is a 211.5 and comes with a unique Doglistener lanyard and full instructions on recall techniques and how to set the whistle to your dog.
 I recommend two whistles. 

If you have a partner or someone else you walk your dog with, then you can blow the whistles back and forth when out training. and it gets used to both your styles of blowing.

The dog enjoys it, and more importantly, they learn the power of the whistle and good recall.

Get your friend, family member or partner to move initially 20 yards away, get them to blow the whistle to get the dog to come to them. Continue this over a period of time till you get to 100 yards. 

Treat and praise. when you get the dog to come back. A great way to instil whistle training into any dog. Then follow further instructions that come with the whistle

Manufactured in the UK. Click the picture right for more information that will take you to an article related to recall with an older dog, and a couple of short video with me and my dogs doing a bit of fun whistle training. Click on Puppy Recall Training if you want details of puppy recall.



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Unfortunately we have misplaced our whistle. Could u pls post out another asap.
Thank you

Stan Rawlinson's picture

I think you will have to pay for it first, therefore, you need to order it through my site

Hi, is this whistle audible to humans?

Stan Rawlinson's picture

Yes! I am against silent whistle as often they are blown incorrectly and it confuses the dog. Plus if it is lost it will take ten days to reset a new one. However, with the Acme whistle, you just replace it with the one with the same number and they are guaranteed to be exactly the same tone and wavelength as the previous one.

Good Evening,

I have just rehomed my daughters 16 week old collie/Lab Cross - i have already purchased your Jingler lead and collar (hasn't arrived yet so i'm looking forward to using it) - i want to work on recall (she is very easily distracted) so would you recommend your whistle and recall lead??

Kindest Regards


Stan Rawlinson's picture

Yes get onto this page ASAP and read how to get the perfect puppy on recall if you start early, enough, there are three short DVD clips in the article as well Puppy Recall Training

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