Train your dog with ultrsonic sounc. The Ultrasonic Remote Pet Trainer is a small, hand-held device designed to assist you in the training of your dog or cat.
This training system takes advantage of your pet’s sensitive hearing with a sound that is beyond the range of humans. When the system emits its ultrasonic sound, your furry friend will understand that you want him to stop whatever he is doing. The system also has a positive tone to reward good behaviors as well as a negative tone to counter undesirable ones.
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Posted by Alice on Oct 7th 2014
Either this product didn't work (I replace the battery twice to be sure) or else my dog just ignores it. Didn't work at all.
Posted by Darlene Frederick on Aug 12th 2014
Very happy with this product. I was having issues with my dog running off the course while doing agility, & after just a couple times using the negative tone, & rewarding with the positive, our problem is about 95% cured. I've never liked the "e" collars, so this is a great alternative. Have recommended it to several people.
Posted by Iman on Jun 27th 2014
While behavior has not stopped it has improved.
Posted by Concord, California on May 19th 2014
At its best, my puppy hears the negative signal and I can correct the behavior. At its worst, the negative signal bothers her and causes her to bark more, the very problem that I am trying to stop. I now use a spray water bottle along with the device and get modest results.
Posted by Barbara Mourant on Mar 12th 2014
I have a new Westie puppy who has a tendency to bark incessantly bark particularly when she sees another dog walking by. One click on the N button and she stopped immediately! She acted bewildered and clearly didn't like it. The next time she started to bark at her reflection in the mirror, her bark was muffled so I think she got the message. Time will tell but so far so good!
Posted by Unknown on Feb 11th 2014
Very disappointed in this product. Didn't even think it was working. No response from three different dogs. Heard the positive tone but the negative tone didn;t seem to register on any of the dogs.
Posted by Unknown on Jan 29th 2014
Stopped my dogs barking almost immediately. she needs a reminder every now and then but she stops as soon as I push the button. I love it! going to start working on other behavior problems soon
Posted by lumpy on Jan 13th 2014
I hate giving a bad review to anyone. So, saying that. I have a neighbor whom has 4 dogs that yelp, bark whatever. They bark more than they breath. I'm going insane. I bought your product, plus a megaphone to amplify your product. Still to this day. The dogs bark even more.
Posted by Three Fluffs on Jun 4th 2012
I have three bichons. One is very sensitive to both sounds, in large part because he was trained to a wireless fence and associates the beep with getting too close to the perimeter of the yard. Though he only ever got one shock on the lowest setting during training (I set the collar to beep only from that day on), he has never forgotten it. When he hears the beeps from the trainer, he runs inside to the sofa. The other two, rescue dogs, respond perfectly, stopping whatever activity they are doing when I hit the N button. I bought this to use to stop them from scratching their feet on the lawn after urinating (both were neutered late and territory mark) and it works really well. I do believe they have figured out that scratching their feet is a bad thing - most of the time. We are not home all day, so I'm not sure how often they do it while we're gone, but when we're home, they do it far less often, and my lawn is no longer being destroyed. I have also used it to stop them from barking inappropriately, and it has worked really well in that situation as well. So glad I bought it!
Posted by Alexis on Mar 5th 2012
So I went to put the battery in and the front and back piece would not snap together, at all, minimum 1/8" gap because of the STANDARD size battery. I'm determined though and grabbed the duct tape, cuz I wanna see if it will even work at all. Kinda, I think the N button hurt my sensitive ears more than any of our 4 dogs, 2 of which are redbone coonhound puppies and notorious for keen hearing. All of our dogs enjoy the Y button noise. Though not enough to motivate them as a form of positive discipline. All in all after trying it for a few months, I'm sorry I wasted my money, and would have rather tried the wall mountable no bark systems out there.
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