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PatentoPet DOG-e-Walk Premium Dog Trainer Black


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  • Ultrasonic correction tone safely discourages pulling
  • Works as a remote trainer
  • Attaches easily to dog's lead and collar
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.3 x 7.3 x 2.5 inches ; 11 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B003N325WW
  • Item model number: 90001
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
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Product Description

This all-in-one trainer is used for anti-leash pulling training and as a remote control basic trainer to stop problem behaviors. Using an ultrasonic signal that's inaudible to the human ear, the Premium Trainer redirects dogs simply and without harm. This Innovative patent pending device is also great for agility training and dog school training. Includes two leash adapters and is packaged for retail. Requires a 9 volt battery, not included.

Customer Reviews

My male malamute (about 1 year old) broke the thing.
Janet R. Spangenberg
I tested it in the house to be certain they could hear it, and they did react; on the walk, they paid zero attention to the supposedly irritating sound.
LegoGirl
The constant pulling and strain the collar induces (on the dog's neck) is not good for your canine friend.
CuJoe

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By 2roos on March 25, 2012
I'm a dog trainer for a local rescue, and was asked to test this product as a means of helping our volunteers walk the dogs that pull so hard they're hurting themselves or the humans. Harnesses are not an option for most shelters due to disease control methods...we must unfortunately (for now) use the harsh nylon leashes we can bleach multiple times a day. Anyway...after reading instructions and testing this device on almost 50 dogs (we have more but those were our 'pullers') ....let me tell you...there is NO effect on pulling on any of these dogs. Not one. Not after a solid two week attempt. About one third of the dogs do seem to hear the device - indicated by a head tilt or ear twitch. But a reduction in pulling? Zilch. Save your money for more effective training aides...or buckle down and do it with positive training alone.

I did not test this device as a training aide for any other commands, as the literature states it could also be used. I tested pulling only.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By CuJoe on February 9, 2011
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We have two dogs - an 8 month old puppy and a 6 year old. Neither dog responded to the "DOG-e-walk".
This device is supposed to emit an annoying/irritating sound that only dogs can hear. The annoying
sound can then be used to help correct behavior problems. The literature primarily focuses on using
this device when walking a dog to prevent the dog from pulling. But, the literature and manual also
state this thing can be used as a hand-held trainer to correct barking and other bad behavior your
little buddies exhibit.

We had intended to use the hand-held aspect of it to correct some undesirable behavior but obviously,
with the dogs not reacting, that didn't work. I have read other reviews of this product that say it
worked for them re: the leash pulling aspect. I submit it is possible the dog *may* have decreased or
stopped pulling, but it may be for other reasons than the animal hearing some annoying sound. Perhaps
the presence of this thing hanging off their collar upsets/disorients them. Perhaps it does emit a
sound that some dogs can hear and it merely confuses them therefore reducing the leash pulling. I
dunno.

What I do know for sure is our two dogs - of different breeds, different ages and sizes, both pure-bred
with no hearing deficiencies - did not react to this thing. What are the odds of this happening?
Now I submit one more item for the viewing public: there's a definite "catch 22" here.

You're supposed to fasten this thing between the dog's collar and your leash. Here's a basic problem
I have: if you're a dog lover and your dog is pulling so bad you want to buy this device - the first
thing I'd do is buy a harness.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By bookworm on January 15, 2011
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The Dog-e-walk was a disappointment. I followed the instructions exactly as stated but it proved not to work for my dog. I started out with level one intensity and worked up to the highest level which is number four. My dog still barked and pulled when another dog approached us. It may work for some dogs but unfortunately it did not work for mine.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Liz on March 11, 2011
So I bought this item and tried it out. My 1 year old husky would cock his head to the side, then go back to whatever he was doing. Even on the highest setting. It was obvious he could hear it, but just didn't care. I will say it appeared to work on my neighbors dog that barked. So maybe each dog is individual. Luckily the pet store took it back. My recommendation is if you want to try it out buy it somewhere you can take it back.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Janet R. Spangenberg on April 8, 2012
My male malamute (about 1 year old) broke the thing. He's strong. It did give me hope so it was really placebo. It worked at first. He did indeed hear it and did pay attention. That didn't last all that long. Familiarity breeds contempt. Had to keep turning the dial up. Finally the end broke right off. I'm really glad the dog didn't run away. He sure could have.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By LegoGirl on January 6, 2012
This device had no effect whatsoever on my two "pullers" (Australian shepherd and border collie). I tested it in the house to be certain they could hear it, and they did react; on the walk, they paid zero attention to the supposedly irritating sound. I had it on the highest setting and could feel the device "click" as they pulled hard enough to activate it, so it was working---just not effectively. I would not bother trying this one, particularly since it's not cheap. Try another method!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Leo on March 4, 2012
Our dog is a loving but stubborn one-year old who does not take "no" for an answer easily. We invested some $$ and hope in this device and found it completely useless. Our dog couldn't have cared less...
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By michael stiehl on September 4, 2012
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Works good for my black lab/greyhound, she's only 14 months and will pull a grown man off his feet if he is not ready for her explosion of speed and strength. Changing batteries is a pain and expensive since they do not last very long. No I did not buy cheap batteries. They need to work on the battery problem, otherwise it's great.
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