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GROOVYPETS Remote Dog Training Shock Collar Trainer/Rechargeable Dog Collar for No Bark Obedience Behavioral Training
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- Remote training dog collar to train your dog remotely with a range up to 1200 feet/400 yards;
- Strong humane Vibration command to stop barking or other undesirable behaviors;
- Shock buttons for each dog;shock levels: Low (L) or High (H).
- Adjustable dog collar strap fits 6-25"/15cm-65cm small, medium or large dogs;
- Remote has large color-coded buttons for easy access; remote has two-tone rubberized coating that looks and feels great.
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1. One remote w/9V battery ;
2. Twoe water-resistant(not waterproof) rechargeable receivers w/ adjustable straps (6"-25"/15-65cm);
3. Wall charger with dual USB charging cable;
4. Metal prongs,Shock test light;
6. Six month free replacement warranty from seller.
Size: 2-Training Collar Set
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Well, even though these were not our dogs, and this behavior is sort of 'de rigeur' in this area, we couldn't stand it, not to mention we were becoming cranky from sleep deprivation, so we ordered this version for several reasons, including it's got the two dog option and they delivered to South America.
Well, one week and the house is a COMPLETELY different place. We have two calm dogs who don't bark at night, and who let children walking chihuahuas walk by unmolested. To my surprise, they don't chase the horses any more, but still go out on the road and trot next to them in a friendly way. Best of all, we are sleeping at night! Hurray! All this with 1 shock and 3 or 4 vibrates for one dog, and about 20 shocks for the 'slow learner' who is almost completely insensitive to pain.
CONS OF THE PRODUCT: While the part that goes on the dog is chunky and well made, and the batteries seem to last a week or more without recharging, and it's easy to see if the batteries are dead as the light will be off. The remote transmitter, on the other hand seems like a toy made in China. I suspect that if I dropped it even once, it would break. The batteries don't last for even 8 hours before needing to be recharged, and it's impossible to tell if the battery is dead until you use it and it doesn't work. So, since I work from home on the computer, I keep it charging on the USB port next to me so that it works when I need it to.
Also, the transmitter could be color coded to the collars to make it easier to know which dog belongs to which buttons. We used a sharpie and put their name above each button, but color coding would have been nice.
Also, having a bigger variety of settings would be nice. The 'high' end is probably as high as you want it to be, and we definitely get a 'yelp' from our dog that has a giant pain tolerance. But our other dog is more sensitive even though she is bigger. We accidentally shocked her once when we meant to shock the other one, and from then on, literally the SOUND of the vibration coming from the OTHER dog's collar would start her shaking in fear and she'd slink off and hide even when I had a bowl of food in my hand. After that, she'd YELP even on vibration, even though I know it wasn't hurting her. However, the lowest vibration setting seems pretty strong and it would be nice to have a 'sound' setting or a really low vibrate setting for sensitive dogs or smaller dogs.
I could not imagine using this for smaller dogs, and in case you accidentally shocked a smaller dog, it could be really painful, I would think. It's a great product for big dogs, and we have PLENTY of length left on the collars with even our 60 pound dogs, so I suspect this could even be used for a 100 pound plus dog, but I would not buy this for a tiny dog as I think the settings are too strong. If you DID buy it for a smaller dog, you might want to remove the shock button entirely and put tape over it so as to not accidentally engage it. I think the two strong vibrate settings would be more than enough for a small dog.
Some reviewers mentioned that the metal prongs eroded their dog's skin and gave them wounds. Well, seriously, ignore those reviews. Yes, it has metal prongs, and yes, they could erode the skin and cause wounds if not moved regularly, but there is nothing 'inherently' ill made about the collar that would cause this. The prongs just need to be moved regularly. Whenever I go out to see the dogs, I just give the collar a little rotate. I also don't keep them on too tight so as to dig into their skin. Leaving ANYTHING with pressure against human or dog skin will cause a wound. That's why elderly humans even get sores just from lying in bed if they are not moved regularly. Just move the prongs regularly and there should not be a problem.