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PetSafe Remote Spray Trainer, Training Collar and Remote for Dogs 8 lb. and Up, Water Resistant with Citronella Spray
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- Burst of Citronella spray or 2 tone (beep) levels to teach commands and correct behavior, Unscented spray refills also available
- 80 yard range is best for indoors and small outdoor spaces
- 25-30 sprays per refill and 300-400 sprays per can
- Waterproof collar submersible up to 5 feet for all of your dog's outdoor activities; Uses 2 replaceable 6-volt alkaline batteries (included)
- Designed for dogs over 8 pounds; Fits neck sizes up to 23"
- Call, chat or email the PetSafe US-based customer care specialists six days a week
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Do you speak dog?
Break the communication barrier between you and your dog by using a PetSafe trainer! Train in the comfort of your own home to strengthen the bond between you and your dog, so you can live happily together!
Need a hand with training?
Find helpful command tips and videos at www.petsafe.net/tips
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Which training solution is right for you?
Use a very mild, harmless electric stimulation that interrupts bad behavior to get your dog’s attention.
Use a light citronella or unscented spray to kindly remind your dog when it’s time to behave.
Use a vibration to distract your dog and interrupt the bad behavior.
Use an ultrasonic tone to deter nuisance barking, giving you peace and quiet wherever you and your dog go.
With the PetSafe Spray Commander Remote Trainer's 2 levels of spray and tone only features, your dog will quickly learn the association between his behavior and your correction; in no time you’ll have a better behaved pet. At the push of a button, your remote sends a signal activating your dog’s receiver collar up to 250 feet away. The Spray Commander Remote Trainer has been proven safe, comfortable, and effective for pets 8 pounds and up. Features: For dogs 8 pounds and up, Range up to 250 feet, 2 levels of tone correction: high and low sound, Tone-only button, 1 dog training only and Waterproof collar submersible up to 5 feet. System Includes: Receiver & adjustable strap, Remote transmitter, Citronella spray can, 2 6-volt batteries, Wrist strap, and Product manual. If this product is not meeting your needs, please contact PetSafe Brand. PetSafe brand has been an industry leading US manufacturer of pet behavior, containment and lifestyle products since 1991, helping millions of people and pets each year. Call, chat or email the PetSafe US-based customer care specialists six days a week. For long-haired dogs, it may be necessary to trim the neck hairs along the path of the spray. It is important that the spray reaches the dog’s snout to be effective
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 8.25 x 6.5 x 2 inches; 11.84 Ounces
- Item model number : PDT00-13913
- Batteries : 2 A batteries required. (included)
- Date First Available : August 1, 2004
- Manufacturer : Training and Bark
- ASIN : B001FK7ZB6
Best Sellers Rank:
#65,312 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
- #519 in Dog Training Collars
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8 months ago, my dog would snarl, lunge, and otherwise go insane every time she saw another dog. It was unbearable, and I was constantly apologizing and needing to avoid other dogs while we were out on walks. She would wait in the window of our apartment and snarl/bark and any dog unfortunate enough to walk by (which, considering all of our neighbors have dogs, was pretty frequent).
I never wanted to use a shock collar, that just felt way to cruel, and even this seemed a little mean at first. So when it first came I was sure to spray myself in the face a couple times just to be sure (smells horrible, but is otherwise harmless).
After that the training began! On our very first walk, I used the beeper (1st button) as soon as she started snarling at another pup. The surprise of that alone was enough that we were able to walk by without any further histrionics.
As we came up to the second dog, she started to growl again, again I beeped but this time she didn't listen, so I used the second button for a short spray. After that she caught on very quickly that the beep was a warning and if she continued to misbehave a spray was sure to follow.
In less than a week from that first walk, she was able to walk right next to other dogs without so much as huffing. She would no longer stand in the window barking at other dogs, and we were finally able to use the more popular hiking trails nearby.
Now, 8 Months later, she hasn't had an "Incident" in 6 Months. She still wears the collar when we go out on walks, but it serves a new purpose now. We're working on training her out of chasing squirrels while off-leash. That's right, we're now off-leash at well populated parks! And she loves meeting and playing with other dogs!
While I can't guaranty the same results for you and your pup, I can honestly say this device has been a miracle worker for Roxy and I.
-We haven't had any problems with it getting wet and malfunctioning even in heavy rains, but I wouldn't recommend swimming with it.
-I use the beeper as a warning instead of a reward (I prefer giving her verbal rewards so that she always associates me with good things)
-Be careful about putting the remote in your pocket (My husband did this in the car and accidentally blasted the heck out of our poor girl)
-Only use the collar during walks, or when you're actively training in the house (it sits weird and can be uncomfortable if left on for hours)
-I've had one set of batteries last 9 Months, but then the device started malfunctioning a little and not receiving signals at larger distances. As soon as we changed the batteries it was fine again.
Our first collar lasted about a year. She didn't wear it all the time, and we stopped putting it on her when the jumping, counter surfing, and leash pulling behavior stopped. After a while some of the behaviors came back but the old collar didn't work. Ordered this one and we are back on track.
Note: I paid for this with my own money and have no incentive to write this review but to help people have better relationships with their dogs.
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After day 3 I turned it on. She was very responsive to the correction and it didn't scare her at all. Success! I only used one short spray. I saw in the reviews to turn the collar off when not in use, so I did just that. The second day I tested the collar and it let out a weak beep and stopped working. Very disappointed . I reluctant to order batteries. Even if I did leave it on. It shouldn't die in 48 hours.
However, the product itself is poorly designed. The big issue is that the remote control does not have a lock or an on/off function, meaning it often unintentionally goes off, beeping or more often spraying my pup. This means that the spray is not always directed at the unwanted behaviour, but can seem random to my dog. In that sense, it's not a very effective training tool, since it is not user-friendly and makes it hard to precisely tackle the behaviour you want to deter. It's actually pretty heartbreaking when it unintentionally sprays him, especially since it's often when he's being very good when it goes off. It's then pretty confusing to the dog, and I think is a detriment to their training.
Additionally, other dogs also don't like the smell, so it is disruptive to his play at the park since some dogs avoid him due to the citronella smell. If you have a high energy dog, you know this is a key form of exercise, so a bad play session at the dog park can actually be a big imposition.
As such, even though the collar initially helped with his poo eating to some degree (but has by no means fixed the issue) we're going back to alternative methods. The potential pros of the collar are simply outweighed by the cons in the product's design.
He has also had several citronella collars in the past that do not work for long, he learned to keep barking as he ran to get all the spray out. I have only had to shoot him a couple of times with this unit and it works like a miracle. The remote and deliberate spray make all the difference. We finally have some peace and quiet in our home.