The PetSafe Stubborn Dog Collar is for the "Hard-Headed" Dog. Featuring four levels of stimulation plus vibration as an added deterrent. This is a true breakthrough in pet containment.
The PetSafe Stubborn Dog Collar is for the occasional hard-to-train dog and is compatible with all PetSafe, Radio Fence and Pet Guardian Brand underground dog fences. It weighs just 3 ounces and is three times more effective than our regular dog fence collars with stubborn or hard to train dogs.
Posted by Dianna on Dec 20th 2011
We have 3 dogs and on occasion have used this collar on 2 of them. In a pinch, it can be used on any dog if you use the lowest setting.
Posted by The Towell's on Dec 20th 2011
I have 4 dogs on our 4 acres. The street runs along our property. We constantly have people either walking their dogs,kids or riding bicycles.
Bo Didlee (Aussie Shepard) and Jackson (German Shepard) are very stubborn, territorial dogs.
The Stubborn Dog Collar was the only thing that kept my dogs on our property and out of the street. My other 2 dogs do fine on the regular collar.
Posted by Cloudy Morning to the Mtn. on Dec 20th 2011
We live in the mtns of PA. Bassetts are known to put their nose to the ground and head out without looking back. Before the fence our two bassetts would head into the woods as soon as we turned our back. We would call them and hunt for them, but when they catch a scent there is no turning back. It was awful. We installed the petsafe dog fence and flags, fencing a full acre of land. We use the petsafe stubborn dog collars & trained the dogs for "only" two days and they never again left the yard.
Posted by Island Girls on Dec 19th 2011
Both of my dogs (85-100 lbs) are wearing these collars and they are working well. One is set at 3 and the other 4 out of 5 settings.
Posted by Lab Lover on Dec 13th 2011
Great - Uses a 9V battery
Posted by Christina on Dec 6th 2011
The receiver has great correction and the vibration is what our dog responds to, but the collar itself just does not hold up. With each one we've bought it frays and comes apart. Also, our dog does better with the metal buckle type collars and not the plastic clip type. And for anyone that has tried to put the receiver on another collar you know - it is NOT easy to do! Otherwise we are happy with the performance of the stubborn dog receiver and despite it's poor collar we will continue to buy since it is proven effective on our German Shepherd
Posted by kate's best friend on Dec 6th 2011
This collar has worked great for our lab. She only got out once we upped the shock level and she has never been out again. We had to finally buy a replacement collar because the plastic where the screws are has worn away so much that it was about to break. We've had the first one for four years considering it was worn 24/7/364 that's a bargain. Much less work than a dog run and she has so much more room to romp. Wish we had used it from the beginning.
Posted by Craig (the former chaser of Trib) on Nov 30th 2011
The PetSafe Stubborn Dog Collar has really been a very effective device for "reminding" our overly inquisitive dog that he needs to stay in his own yard. Following the training program we have not had one incident of our dog going through the electric fence....what a relief!
Posted by Buster on Nov 21st 2011
Prior to using the Petsafe collar, I was on a first name basis with the dog catcher. I found this system to be effective and an affordable alternative to a five foot fence. I was also able to isolate and protect our flower beds from my excavating companion.
Posted by Bob the Builder on Nov 21st 2011
I thought this would be tough enough for the bloodhound but that pain in the backside still gets through the fence when he feels like it. I think I have to hook him up to AC current to make him stop running out of the yard.