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Dogtra IQ-PLUS Remote Trainer
- Reduced receiver/collar designed for smaller dogs
- Precise stimulation levels (0-100); 400-yard range
- Nick, constant, and non-stimulating vibration modes
- 2-Hour quick charge
- Fully waterproof collar/receiver and water-resistant trasmitter; LED battery life indicator
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The IQ PLUS is one of the smallest, yet more powerful e-collars to be introduced in years. It features a 400-yarad range, 2-hour rapid charge Lithium Polymer batteries and Dogtra's reputation as the world's finest e-collars. To attain a complete charge, we suggest a 10-hour charge of units using NiMH batteries or a 2-hour charge for units using the “Rapid Charge” Lithium Polymer batteries. Please see your owner’s manual for complete charging instructions for your particular unit. When charging, make sure to charge both transmitter and receiver components.
The new iQ Yard Training Collar from Dogtra is a small, yet powerful, electronic training collar for dogs as small as ten pounds. It features a 400-yard range, 2-hour rapid charge batteries, and is 100 percent waterproof so you can train even in the rain. With 3 different types of stimulation--nick, constant, and non-stimulating vibration--and 100 precise stimulation levels, you can customize the training and intensity for your individual dog's needs. The transmitter is easy to use and ergonomic for your comfort and doesn't have an external antenna for your dog's comfort.
What's in the Box?
- Battery charger and splitter cable
- Owner's manual
- IQ Dog Training System; low to medium power for smaller dogs
- For dogs as small as 10 pounds in weight
- 100 precise stimulation level; 0 to 100
- 400-yard range
- Nick, constant, and non-stimulating vibration modes
- Blue LCD screen to display stimulation levels
- Low-to-medium power training unit
- No external antenna on the collar receiver
- Waterproof collar/receiver
- Easy-to-use, ergonomic transmitter
- 3-bar battery life LED indicator
- 2-hour quick charge
- Colorful two-tone casing design
- Antimicrobial casing
- Receiver magnetic on/off switch
- Rechargeable, user-replaceable Ni-MH batteries
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 9 x 10 in||2.4 x 1.5 x 1.2 in||3.2 x 6.9 x 9.4 in||7.5 x 5.7 x 2.2 in||12.13 x 8.5 x 3.25 in||1.1 x 2.1 x 5.4 in|
|Item Weight||1.5 lbs||2.2 ounces||1.2 lbs||1.1 lbs||1.55 lbs||6 ounces|
|Size||adjustable||1 Dog||—||S/M/L||12.1 x 8.5 x 3.2 inches||—|
|Additional Features||WaterproofWater Resistant||waterproof||Waterproof||Rechargable, Waterproof, Easy to use||waterproof||—|
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I set the intensity level to 35 and when she did not comply with my commands she got nicked as the instruction booklet states. I tell you the results are FAST and now she is the best dog in the world. I only had to shock her three times in about a two hour period and now she attentively listens to EVERY command and is 100% obedient. All I can say is if you have an extremely suborn dog like I do who blows you off and will not listen, this device WILL definitely fix the problem; it's definitely an attention grabber for the dog. I am glad I bought this device to say the least and wish I had bought it sooner; it would have saved many foot pursuits. Now I am totally NOT stressed out and worried that my dog will not listen to me and run off. I am very happy and I know my dog is happy because of no leash
I bought this collar because of the great rave reviews. It is small and compact for smaller dogs; it's lightweight and very easy to operate; rechargeable batteries too. It's more money than what I wanted to spend, but the great reviews, compared to other brands, is why I bought this particular collar. Now that it has fixed my problematic dog I can say it's worth every penny. Many other brand name training collars have lots of issues; this one does not; just due your research before you buy, but I think the Dogtra collar is very nice and great quality. It does not look or feel cheap in any way. I could not find any other collar on the market that had such good reviews. Waterproof, range, ease of use in adjusting intensity, etc. I really like the remote as it fits nicely in your hand, and it has a lanyard so you can put it around your neck when walking. I have not tested the maximum 400 yard range yet because my dog has not forced me to use the shock feature at an extended range; only used it at about 30-40 yard at the moment. I am going buy a smaller collar though for the unit because the one that comes with collar is very long, but that's because of many dog sizes, but for a small dog you will need a small collar or cut the one on the unit to fit your dog. I chose not to cut the collar because it's too nice of quality and I might get a bigger dog someday.
I gave my dog a 5 hour break in between the first round of training and when I put the collar back on several hours later she was still 100% obedient; first time ever! I did not have to even use the vibration/paging feature to get her attention and here I was ready to zap her for her stubbornness. This collar made a believer out of me; and my dog too; just read the other pet owner reviews and you will see why this device works! Stay away from cheaper collars because they will give you more headaches and problems than they are worth; just save your money and buy a good collar like Dogtra.
I did manage to test the device out on myself first before placing this on my dog; yes I took a shock to see what it would feel like. At intensity level 25, I could feel a pretty good shock/nick; not painful but enough to get your attention; enough that you don't want to keep you fingers on the probes unless you enjoy this type of thing. So made the decision to adjust to level to 30-35 and place it on the dog. Without question, the 30-35 intensity level is just right for my dog. I don't see the need to go any higher and this device goes to 100. I am not brave enough to set the device on 100 to see what it feels like; I'm sure it would be painful.
Anyway enough of my two cents.....just buy this collar and see for yourself....you will be glad you did.
If you are trying to off-leash train your dog this collar is key! I'm sure others work just fine but this is the one I decided on primarily because I like that fact that the shock potency is VERY widely adjustable and it also has the page feature that makes no noise. It just vibrates like a cell phone.
After reading reviews I was a little skeptical about it with a few saying that it was too weak and didn't do much but it also came highly recommended. I tested it on myself before putting it on my 15 week old husky so I could better understand what I was going to do when I zapped her. Wow let me tell you there's nothing weak about the shock.
I'll explain a little. Keep in mind I love my pup and this should demonstrate how much I wanted to make sure I didn't hurt her:
I put it on 0 and hit the "Nick" and as expected I didn't feel anything. Held the "Constant" button and felt nothing more than a faint tingle if anything at all. Still holding down the "Constant" button I gradually increased the shock level. You barely feel anything until you get to about 20. A "Nick" at 20 feels like getting a weak static zap when you touch a doorknob or your brother's arm after running your feet across the carpet like you probably did when you were a kid.
I decided to start there at 20 with training knowing full well I was going to have to increase for the dog.
Next I put it on 100 to test it on myself once again so that I fully understand exactly how harsh it *can* be and let me tell you if someone zapped me at that level I'd start obeying. I'm 6'4 and about 185 lbs. I'd be willing to bet that it'd have the same effect on someone twice my size as well. It wasn't horrible but it was enough that I don't want to do that to myself again. It didn't so much hurt as it REALLY startled me and almost momentarily "tased" me. I did this 5-6 times just to see if you get immune to repeated shocks and each time I felt the same thing and liked it less and less. The effect didn't last more than a second or two but it was enough.
Testing was almost complete.
I gradually decreased potency and testing the "Nick" button push and found that anything above 60 is unnecessary at this point. I wouldn't even dare to use 60+ in "Constant" mode unless I had no other choice and ABSOLUTELY HAD to.
I found that somewhere between 30 and 50 was sufficient for the dog using "Nick" and "Constant" in combination. I think I've kept it at 40-45. I was a little disappointed to realize that the vibration potency doesn't increase with the power increase but it's not necessary as you find that it's your first line defense against disobedience.
That being said:
As mentioned I have a 15 week old husky and live in a community where there is a small ski hill and 10 volleyball courts in an approximate 125yd x 200yd hill/field where residents during the summer months use that area almost as if it's a dog park. All the other dogs are running around and playing and my poor pup was confined to a 30ft line that I had staked into the ground. Not only did she constantly get tangled and thrown around by it when the other dogs played with her but she doesn't really get to run and I can't keep up with her anymore, she's too fast. Off-leash training quickly became a priority as I want her to have fun and be a happy pup. I play volleyball there so she's out there with me every day. After 3 weeks of watching her not be able to play as much as the others, it was time to do something to get her off-leash trained.
She had already learned most of the commands for heel, come, stay, etc.. but when she was in pursuit of another dog or other people to play with, she was off to the races and I didn't exist. Heck even a leaf blowing by could have meant she was off and running away. Therein lies the purpose. Break the dog's concentration enough to get them to realize you're telling them to do something.
Within an hour of using the collar she was listening to me more than most other people's dogs that were out there. Most of the time, I only needed the "Page" button. In the beginning I had to use the "Nick" a bunch but that quickly subsided.
I've had the collar for less than 24 hours and I'm already able to walk her off-leash in front of people and other dogs and when I call her back to me, she comes. She is also now listening to my other commands while NOT using the collar much much better.
In my opinion it's a no-brainer. The collar is worth every penny.
It's too early to say it's a success but I'd say we are as close as ANYONE could ever expect from a 15 week old puppy. A husky at that. Hope this helps!
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