Does your Little Best Friend need help with his misbehavior? The PetSafe Deluxe Little Dog Training Collar is the dog training solution for dogs under 40 pounds.
Perfect for both dog training professionals and regular dog owners, the deluxe little dog training collar is simple and effective. Train away unwanted behavior and reinforce positive actions! Dog training is a snap with this collar. Experience the joy of living with a well-trailed dog.
At the push of a button, the Transmitter sends a signal, activating the Receiver/Collar. Using the PetSafe Deluxe Little Dog Shock Collar consistently and correctly, many misbehaviors that your pet exhibits can be corrected or any basic obedience commands can be taught.
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Posted by Unknown on Apr 22nd 2013
We have the best little yorke puppy until it is dark. Then he thinks if we can't see him, he dosn't have to come when you call. If I shined a light on him he would come because he knew I could see him. I only had to use the trainer once with the shock to get his attention. The last few days just putting on the trainer is enough.
Posted by Unknown on Jan 11th 2013
I live on 5 unfenced acres and have a very stubborn Tan Terrier who likes to wander and not come back till he feels like it. I have had the little dog training collar for a couple weeks batteries still good because I turn it off when not in use. It is going to take a lot of work to break his habbits but at least I get his attention when I need to. As a matter of fact he just wondered away as I was writting this review!
Posted by Arlo on Aug 16th 2012
Our dog went from a bird chaser to a bird watcher.She is a stay at home dog,and is no longer known as the devil dog.We olny had to shock her 4 times,and after that all we used was the sound warning.And today she is collar free.This took all summer to do,but she is a new dog.
Posted by Unknown on Mar 20th 2012
I have a little 6 month old puppy who has a mind of her own. The first day I put this on her she calmed down, stopped jumping on people and barking. I love this product.
Posted by AJ989 on Feb 3rd 2012
I just started using this to try to correct a couple of negative behaviors from my 1.5 yr old corgi. He had a habit of barking and chasing our cats and didn't respond to my verbal or other commands ( tug on choke collar, spry with water ) to curb this. I did have to give him a little shock set on number 4 to get his attention , but it was one time and now all he needs is a reminder with the tone to make him stop.
Posted by MojoMesmer on Oct 13th 2011
"We have used this collar for our dogs and to retrain rescue dogs with problem behaviors. Our dogs are contained by a radio fence, so they are familiar with the beep-shock association. Due to this, we very rarely require the shock correction. The proper use of this device has helped us to retrain and subsequently rehome dogs who previously exhibited many problem behaviors, such as dog-dog aggression and unbridled prey drive. Breaking the bad behavior cycle then allows us to harness that animal's drives into more positive activies.
We've also used this device to set boundaries for our dogs in unfamiliar locations, with good effect."
Posted by Steph on Oct 13th 2011
My dog is a beagle. The beagle really like to eat their own Excrement. It was very hard to stop the dog doing it when I was out of reach. I hidden and used the collar on a regularly basis. I corrected the bad behaviour in less than 2 weeks. I recommend this collar for anyone who needs immediate assistance in order to educate their dog with bad behaviours.
Posted by MROV on Oct 13th 2011
Batteries go quickly so remember to turn off device when not in use.
Posted by Martha on Oct 13th 2011
I have a Miniature Pincher that is almost a year old now. I love this dog but he is one hard headed little cuss. Trying to get his attention when he is focused elsewhere can be a real trial. I finally got him to listen with the slightest setting. Once did it. Now if I talk, he pays attention. When worse comes to worse with the nusiance barking I can get him to turn it off by merely turning on the collar laying on the counter and hitting the beeper. It shuts him down right away. I wish the batteries lasted a bit longer but that is my only complaint.
Posted by Roxanne on Oct 13th 2011
I have two dogs that have issues. One doesn't care much for the other and the one that causes issues is bigger as well. It would be MUCH MUCH better if the smaller dog could wear an "activator" that would set off the collar on the larger dog when it gets within say 3 to 4 feet of the smaller dog. If a person is not always on the clicker to the collar and it isn't used VERY consistently the larger dog figures out there is no threat of zapping. The receiving side does go through pricey batteries fairly quickly so keeping it turned off when not needed is a must. Overall it isn't a bad product, just could be better for certain situations if it were automatic.
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