Thu 27 Oct, 2016 03:54 pm
I suppose the existence of a tiny beeper sensitive to sound in such a way, eg, you could carry one in your breast pocket and it would advise you when you were speaking too loud
The owners of small yippy dogs sometimes get them "bark collars" that emit the a small electric shock when it detects the loud barking. I believe they can be adjusted for volume.
I have chihuahuas living across the street from me. I've long not liked yappers but I am acclimated to these and like and need them.
The woman living there is disabled and another neighbor helps her, Steve. Seems now she has daily help, but not for her to get around and Steve gets her to walmart or the doctor. I stood at my door and watched today. First of all, I'm mildly balance troubled myself. I like the guy; he is the one who helped me when my dog Katy was dying, Steve. He is very dear to me. Very. And no, I am not doing any assuming re my own stuff. This is a good man.
um, those beepers were called 'yips"
Thanks Tom but doubt easily adapted to breast pok
Thanks most kindly Oss, I'll Google
Sorry for the delay. I was trying to be funny with the bark collar comment. Sometimes I'm the only one who thinks I'm funny. I did find a device called a Voice Ruler. Here is a link to the page. https://www.zygo-usa.com/usa/index.php/our-products/assistive-technologies-at/aids-to-daily-living/voice-ruler-sound-level-meter
or you can just Google Voice Ruler. I don't think it has an audible "beep" but uses a visual display.
Tom, thanks a million for that. While it's probly too heavy for my purp, yet it's not everyday....