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Petrainer PET916 Shock Collar 100% Waterproof Electric Dog Shock Collar with Remote Rechargeable Dog Training Collar with Beep Vibrating (10-100lbs)
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- 【WATERPROOF】Professionally designed remote transmitter and receiver are waterproof, so you have no need to worry about your electric dog collar with remote getting wet
- 【SIMULTANEOUS CHARGING】Dog electronic collar is always ready for training sessions since transmitter and receiver can charge at the same time. Also, the vibrating dog collar with power saving design helps to conserve battery life when not in use
- 【330 yards REMOTE RANGE】E collar for dogs is designed with Advanced RF 434Mhz Technology, providing an ideal range up to 330 yards, make it easy to train your dog in the park or backyard
- 【3 TRAINING MODES】Remote dog training collar with up to 100 level customizations for vibration & static stimulation and a standard tone (Beep). Three different training mode helps you to correct your dog’s improper behaviors
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Everyone has his or her vision of the perfect dog: relaxing walk, fetch at the park, fun in the yard. But after enough jumping, bolting and outright ignoring, you realize you have to find a better way to set boundaries and manage expectations.
Petrainer PET916-2 remote shock collar has a professional look and is rechargeable, waterproof while delivering professional performance for a starting amateur trainer. It's the perfect introductory system for someone new to e-collars who desire to perfect obedience around the house, yard or walks in the park. Our range of 330 yards will easily cover any household misbehavior and backyard problems. Electronic dog collar features 3 modes: static shock, vibration and beep. And the remote transmitter is waterproof to ensure it can handle any type of wet conditions.
1. Collar Size: Able to fit small, medium and large dogs; TPU Collar Size from 7 to 26 inches long, fits 15 lbs dog or larger.
2. Easy to use: Ergonomic, professional Remote Transmitter with comfortable visible silicone buttons.
3. Water Capabilities: Waterproof Remote Transmitter and Collar Receiver.
4. Battery Type: Rechargeable Lithium Batteries for Collar Receiver and Remote Transmitter.
5. Range: Electric collar for dogs, range up to 330 Yards.
6. Stimulation Levels: 100 Levels of Static Shock and Vibration; 1 Level of Standard Tone.
7. Easy to read display with Blue Back Light.
8. Quick and straightforward pairing process within 10 seconds.
9. Conserves power when not in use to extend battery life.
10. Remote Transmitter can control up to 2 collars.
- 1 x Remote Transmitter
- 2 x Collar Receivers
- 2 x Adjustable TPU Straps
- 1 x USB Charging Cable
- 1 x Charger
- 1 x Test Bulb
- 6 Sets of Contact Points
Size: For 2 Dogs
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We have a very easily distracted, predominantly boxer mix rescue (DNA tested 75% boxer). Picture your average boxer on steroids, with ADHD (not making fun, I have it too), and about two cups of coffee beyond the typical boxer energy level. ;-) Our family loves him SO MUCH and wouldn't trade him for anything. BUT, he has a lot of "quirks" that had us shell out $1500 in training... so far. His professional training helped *immensely* with most things and I think it was worth every penny, but there were areas that were persistantly difficult for him (and us!).
Because he is often SO fixated and often times out of reach to make a useful correction, I had a training session with our trainer utilizing a different brand of e-collar. At the time, I was really uncertain if I wanted to go that route. Not only was the recommended collar VERY expensive, but they generally scared me. I had already been using a choke chain and was contemplating a prong collar - both things I had perhaps naively been against before owning him (he is my first dog that really straight up requires them - always used correctly). He is nearly 90 pounds of lean, solid muscle and will be 2-years-old in December. In *most* ways, he is the ideal family dog, loves children and people, and is NOT aggressive. But he has the ability to scare when barriers are involved, and we don't want that... unless you want to break into our house, in which case I hope he makes you poop your pants - or worse!
It's important to me that he is always in control and does not frighten others unnecessarily. He is a sweet boy, generally well-trained when it comes to the basics, and heals to perfection, but he is also leash reactive to dogs (NOT an area where we are using the e-collar for training), high anxiety, has barrier issues, and tends to be wary of situations where he feels that I might be in danger. While I have two human children, our dog is my only furbaby, and I was so intent on doing everything right, I had no idea that my own anxiety would transfer to him and make him defensive when I am attached to the leash outside the home (I've witnessed dog-on-dog and dog-on-human attacks, so I think I was anxious from the get-go about walking). I am in control of him physically on the leash, but probably not emotionally; he is a complicated guy. I wouldn't necessarily recommend a collar of this type for just any dog with high anxiety and these other issues, but it seemed like it might just be the trick for our boy in terms of behaviors where we are not close enough to correct. **Definitely consult a trainer before using one. Having seen our trainer use one with him, I knew he would be receptive. I enlisted her help because I wanted to make sure I didn't make bad behaviors worse, which can be a real concern with e-collars.**
After watching him charge not only our own fence repeatedly, but our friend's front picket fence and scaring passersby, as well as jumping up at our front window no matter the methods of correction, I decided that I needed something to correct him from a distance. By the time I would get up to him to correct him without the e-collar, he would already be too fixated for the correction to be meaningful to him. It just wasn't working even with patience, time and varied methods.
I reviewed about five different e-collars in the $50-$150 range. I was most interested in those which had the bulk of their reviews being in the 4-5 star range, and this particular collar had not only a large sampling of reviews, but 81% (at that time) of it's reviews rated it 4+, the highest percentage of all I looked at. In addition, it fell toward the bottom (if not the very bottom) of my preferred price range.
I had - and still have - NO intention of using the shock feature. I like that there are options, but I just knew a little vibration would be enough to break our dog's intense fixation and for him to listen to commands. I wanted a collar with a variety of options like this one - beep, vibration, and shock - just in case! I did a little research on the web and YouTube to get some guidance to make sure I was using it properly. It had been several months since my e-collar session with our trainer, so I wanted to make sure I really knew what I was doing.
I want to add that issues involving people close up and where we can easily work side by side with him, we have no intention of using the e-collar in any way. For instance, when people come into our home and he jumps on them (rare these days, but still occurs occasionally), we will use the non-ecollar methods given to us by our trainer. I'd hate for him to associate something unpleasant with people because he loves them so much!
As it turns out, our dog is receptive to vibration at a Level 2 (if it wasn't implied before, he is a sensitive guy). There are 100 levels. 2 is essentially less vibration than your phone on vibrate. It is recommended that you start at the lowest level and move up until you see a response. This should only be done when they aren't listening or are actually in the act of doing an unwanted behavior.
We started off by just having him wear the collar without any sensations. He received lots of praise and treats when putting it on and taking it off. When he would obey, again he got lots of praise and treats (and still does... we're still in the early stages of using it).
The first day we started using it, it was nothing short of a miracle. The first area where he gets so fixated that he tunes out is in my sons' bedroom where they have pet rats high up on a shelf. He likes to go in, fixate intensely, and bark at them. I gave him the opportunity to listen and respond, and when he didn't, we were able to break his fixation. I gave him a very quick vibration with a single push of the button (I did not know at the time you can hold the button down for a longer vibration) and he immediately looked to me, somewhat startled, and left the room with my command following the break from fixation. I'll admit he may have also thought he farted, because he chased his tail for a moment! Poor guy. It didn't take long for him to realize that he was not farting and the vibration was in time with my cue.
He attempted to charge our fence once during that same initial session. I have not corrected him more than 2 times since then (2-3 weeks ago), and now if he even starts and I tell him no, he stops. He has not jumped at our window since we started using the e-collar -- something that would happen probably 10 times a day before. The interesting thing is, I've NEVER corrected him for that with the e-collar. I'm assuming he just won't do it as he knows he is not supposed to. I'm a bit stumped on that, but very happy the wood framing is enduring less claw marks!
The biggest overall trial has been at my friend's house with the white picket fence where he likes to charge, jump on the fence, and bark in an intimidating way no matter if it is a dog, person, or both walking by. He goes to this house for playdates with his best friend, a ridgeback; the ridgeback never joins in on my boy's crazy fence jumping. - he is very polite. Today the mailman came by her fence which is truly a huge challenge for my dog (again, he loves people, so long as we let them in our front door or greet on walks... barriers - be it walls, fences, or windows - are issues for him). He did not jump up once on the fence today - WITHOUT being given vibration - which is a huge feat in and of itself. He did need two vibrations to heed my call for him to come to me and leave the poor mailman alone. But hey, we're still learning, and this is HUGE. He didn't even bark... it was the intention to run the fence that made me want him to listen. In the past, I would have to peel him off the fence and usually I was running from inside the house. By the time I would get there, my correction (leash attached to choke - a couple quick jerks) was useless. Now he has a greater respect for that fence and there is no need to have him trailing a leash while he plays with his buddy.
Finally, and what prompted me to write this review... Today while I was taking the garbage out (with his collar on), I left the fence open and told him to stay (a command he knows very well, but will disobey if he sees something more interesting, like a squirrel) while I rolled out our recycling, garbage, and broken down boxes - three trips to the fence and out to the street out of view. He did not move a muscle and stayed behind the fence line. He did not need any correction at all (and no, he wasn't nervous or distressed - he was watching me and waiting for my commend)! Of course he was praised a great deal for that every time I came back to the fence! And in the end, he still responded to our old command, "Release!" that tells him it is okay to move about. It was awesome.
My one and only complaint is that is it quite easy to accidentally switch the mode from vibration to shock. I have done this once, however, I noticed my error before ever pressing the "Y" (activate) button. I now check every single time before pressing "Y." It would be better if there were a stiff dial for selecting modes as opposed to an easy-to-press button.
I cannot say whether or not these behaviors will stay when the collar is not on (which is on usually only a total of 2-3 hours a day). However, early indications - like his heightened listening skills WITHOUT the collar after a little training with it - seem to imply that with some practice, these behaviors will stay! On top of that, he is still at a Level 2 vibration (remember, less than phone vibration!). Should I need to increase the vibration, I can. Hopefully I will not need to! I will be sure to change my review should anything bad come about. But for now, I am so, so, so happy.
Huskies are one of the most stubborn breeds because of how smart they are. They won't do things unless they're getting something in return (aka treat motivated) but they are also escape artists. With this collar, I have trained my husky to walk next to me OFF-LEASH without ever having to shock him. He has only received one shock throughout the 4 and a half months we've had this product and it was in the beginning of his off leash training when he was almost hit by a car. I gave him a quick shock on LOW (less than 15/100) and he yelped and ran back to me (keep in mind that this is a 70 lb husky, he could really feel 15/100 so I have since lowered the setting to 10/100).
For the most part, even at a dog park with lots of distractions, a beep will get him to come back to me. A vibrate will stop him in his tracks and he'll come running to me. I haven't ever shocked him at the dog park but his jerk-reaction to the vibrate is enough for him to know he's not supposed do what he's doing.
Anyway, this is a great training tool and it allows you to go hiking, running, biking with your dog off leash (because a leash would make it dangerous) but still gives you the ability to call your dog back whenever you need. I also live on the west coast in a beach city and this collar has seen the ocean a LOT. I have never had a problem with it getting wet and its battery life is great. I'm not sure what other collar's battery life should be but on a full charge, it'll last me about 2-3 weeks of usage (for approximately 2 hours worth of walks/runs/park time per day). Obviously it won't last as long if you're constantly beeping, vibrating and shocking but that isn't what this collar is for.
Instead of using the "beep" as a warning, we use it similar to a clicker. When I unboxed the collar, I charged it up and strapped it on him. For the first 30 mins, I would beep once in a while and immediately give him a treat. This ensures that he knows "beep" = treat and since he's wearing the collar, he'll always hear it regardless of how far away I am. Also this changes the mindset of the collar - it isn't just a behavior correction tool but also a treat indicator, so my dog won't run away at the sight of it.
The collars itself:
I haven't tested out the "330" yard range but I know it works well within 250 yards.
The 'waterproof' works as far as I know, but I've never dropped it into the bottom of the ocean and fished it back up.
The "collar" is a weird plastic that you'll have to cut for length but it works if you need it to be hydrophobic.
The battery life is great since you don't actually use it much.