ACME Dog Whistle 210 Black High Pitch
The ACME dog whistle 210 remains one of the most effective means of distance-training your dog.
- Get your dog trained quickly with this whistle.
- Easy to blow so you don’t lose your breath whilst training your dog.
- Gives a rolling whistle which differs from the single tone.
- Large lanyard attachment so you can easily attach to any lanyard and keep it close at all times.
ACME Dog Whistle 210 Black High Pitch Product Features:
- ACME dog whistle 210 is a quality product.
- Produces a solid, single as well as having a high-frequency tone.
- Lanyard attachment.
- Please note the acme dog whistle 210 has a pea (the 210.5 and 211 do not have a pea).
- Other pitch sizes are available.
- Especially well proven with spaniels.
- 4750Hz to 5250Hz varying pearl whistle.
- High tone dog whistle, fitted with solid, waterproof pea.
- Easy to blow.
- Gives a trill for those who want a distinctive and different sound.
ACME dog whistle 210 instructions
First, place the acme dog whistle 210 in the mouth around the top of the whistle without covering the hole. Then blow and by varying the blow, you will create different whistle pitches. This whistle will require a few practice blows before you get a sound.
Acme has been producing quality dog whistles since 1860 and invented the silent dog whistle in 1935. We sell a full selection of Acme Dog Whistles to meet the varying requirements of trainers.
How the ACME dog whistle 210 began
In the Industrial Revolution, a toolmaker from Derbyshire called Joseph Hudson converted his wash house at the side of his end terrace into a workshop where he made many things to help increase his family’s income. His early products were snuff boxes, corkscrews and the ACME dog whistles.
It was not only till 1883 did his whistles business take off. In that time to communicate the Police had rattles, but it was cumbersome and could not be heard in places where their crowds or over long distances, so they advertised for an idea to replace the policeman’s rattle and Joseph took up the challenge.
The whistle was much smaller and lighter than the rattle and could be held in the mouth leaving the hands free. The dilemma was in finding a distinctive sound that would be heard over some distance.
The police tested his whistle in a London park called Clapham Common and were happy when it could be clearly heard over a mile away.
Over the next 135 years, Acme developed and patented over 40 different whistle designs producing a number of different whistles including the ACME dog whistle 210 design.