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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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.
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
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
worked fine for me.. dog knows when trainer is on the leashPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
What a HORRIBLE product. Spent two hours trying to get the the battery to fit only to find out it DOESN'T work at all ......Published 4 months ago by Jennifer Teague
On the highest setting for sensitivity, my St. Poodle just looks once and then forges ahead on the lead. He is just a bit stubborn after much training... Read morePublished 7 months ago by JLL in Seattle
I was very disappointed in this product. It did not work on either of my dogs. It was suppose to emit an irritating sound that my dogs could hear. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Beverly Stephens
This worked like magic for my very excited Black Lab. He is usually pulling me all over the place, but after a pull or two, he was a changed dog. I am very happy!Published 13 months ago by Lauren Gilmore