Shepherd’s Dog Whistle
How to Use
- Place the whistle open side forward between the teeth, with your lips at the front edge, and your tongue at the back of the solid edge of the whistle. The whistle has a hole on each side, so it doesn’t matter which side is facing up or down.
- Blow air down and through the top hole, almost like blowing over a pop bottle.
- With minor adjustments of the whistle you should hear a tone. By using your tongue to regulate the air, various tone combinations can be produced. This allows you to move several dogs at one time.
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Gaylene G from South Dakota
Many years ago I ordered a whistle and it was a stainless steel whistle. I loved it. Since we moved I misplaced the whistle and wanted another one. My main dislike to the whistle I ordered is it’s PLASTIC. The plastic whistle still works, but it isn’t as classy looking as my others.
Eric F from Alabama
Great product, great value, excellent service!
Herman C from Maryland
I bought 30 of the shepherd’s whistles to give as favors at a clinic I was doing. They are a good value and really good for dog handlers just starting out learning how to use a dog whistle.
Brian R from Virginia
Smooth transaction and good, working whistle.
Steven F from Oregon
Greetings, these whistles work very well. If you struggle a bit with the classic metal ones this one will prove itself immediately. The shape and thickness of the back edge seems to make the difference. The sound is sharp and piercing and the tone is easy to manipulate. Put a string/lanyard on it and you’re good to go. Add it to another order or buy ten of these and give some to friends; otherwise the s/h negates the attractive low price. (I’m pretty sure that the BB is a name brand.)