Looks good and feels good in your hand. Best of all, It Works! The Yard and Park Training Collar is safe, comfortable and effective for all pets over 8 pounds.
With a 400-yard range, this taining collar lets you unleash your canine cohort and let him roam while you retain complete control. A great collar and the ideal way to get your dog to quit chasing cars, digging up the garden, barking at the postal worker, or jumping on guest.
The waterproof transmitter and receiver/collar are built to last, withstanding years of outdoor use amidst harsh elements. Plus, with it's rechargeable Ni-MH batteries with the included charger, this system offers plenty of runtime and years of reliable power.
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Posted by Unknown on Jun 9th 2014
We have a young Aussiedoodle. Very smart, and very active. Living in a condo, we don't have the option of a fenced yard, but we are lucky to have a common area where she is allowed. We wanted to be able to let her run around the yard to release some of her high energy! But, she kept wanting to go either through the hedges to the house next door, into the woods at the back of the property or down the driveway. I decided to used the PetSafe Yard and Park Training Collar as a manual invisible fence. Within two days, she knew the boundaries where she could play. (I only had to use the negative stimulation twice - on a #3 setting.) Now I only beep when she is distracted and not listening to my vocal commands. She immediately stops what she is doing and pays attention to me. Absolutely wonderful training tool.
Posted by Jim on Dec 25th 2013
We have an acre lot with additional acreage on all sides, providing ample opportunity to wander away. .I bought this collar for intermittent use to correct 3 difficult problems: paying attention and responding to the come command, stopping barking quickly when anyone arrives, and to correct the tendency to trespass on my one neighbor's yard. The collar works exactly as advertised and is effective.
I do not agree with the instructions that using a shock collar is a good way to train a dog to obey all commands.
Posted by Unknown on Dec 12th 2013
The only negative would be the collar battery could hold a charge longer and it takes overnight to recharge. Our dog was trained on an invisible fence from our prior home so this went very smoothly. As soon as I push the negative tone she comes running. I have not tried this in a park like setting, only on our own property. Well worth the $.
If you have a small dog you may think the collar is a bit heavy.
Posted by cheryl wildfong on Nov 19th 2013
when its charged (12 hrs. ) it works fine, But it doesn't last long enough.
Posted by Unknown on Sep 30th 2013
We did buy another one immediately because I do think this is a very valuable training device for a big powerful dog that needs to be gentle around children, but still be a good guard dog. Our Doberman, like a lot of Dobie's, likes to test for dominance a lot just playfully but he's a big boy so it was important he learn very fast not to jump on people, especially kids. Our house is large so he could easily zip upstairs and get in trouble before we were fast enough to correct him so this stopped that problem. The first one broke in a couple weeks. Not sure why or how, but just didn't work one morning but we bought another one and shipped it right away. Our other puppy is a Great Dane so while she is a lot less energetic and doesn't jump up so much we might need it to correct in case she does so we want to be sure to keep it around through the training phase. And it only took a couple very light shocks to correct behaviour so you don't feel cruel at all. In fact you know it keeps the dog from being punished regularly for infractions so it makes for a much happier and safer pet.
Posted by Unknown on Sep 2nd 2013
I am aware of the danger of a pack of coyotes attacking my yellow lab after a pitbull was taunted by a female coyote and then killed and eaten by a coyote pack in our neighborhood. I have seen how well my dog's collar works at preventing my dog from misbehaving. All I needed to do was give her two shock doses and now when she hears the tone, she is back at my side in a jiffy. I know that collar is a life saver for her.
Posted by Unknown on Jul 19th 2013
I researched a good shock collar for a month before purchasing this. When I found this I thought it was to good to be true. I couldn't find anything else with the long range and waterproof for near this price. I bought it and had it within a few days and I live in Alaska! Been using it for a month and taking my dog swimming. Works great! I also have only had to shock my dog a few times as the negative tone works great to correct her behavior!
Posted by Chris on Jul 19th 2013
This training collar works very well. There is no delay in getting the controller to turn on and send the signal to the collar like some on ebay. That is important because you need to send the correction while the bad habit is happening to get it to stop. My dog would jump on everyone and would not stop. After just a few corrections this bad habit is gone.
Posted by Imadoofus on Jul 11th 2013
So I bought this for my sister, she has a golden pup that does the whole grab stuff then run away/play thing that's hard to break because when the doggie DOES come back... you can't scold them. Working GREAT, in fact after only a few uses the dog is almost broken of the issues. Great tool for remote training!
Tale of caution:
I charged it up to try myself... set it at the lowest level and held it in my hand. No way I'm gonna shock a dog with something I cant handle right???
I pushed the button... lame... only a tingle, so I'm thinking, "Great, this is gonna be as useful as a windowscreen umbrella..."
So I immediately set it to the highest level... let out a big sigh about how dumb it was to buy this ... I pushed the button.
BLLLAAAAAMMMMM I've yet to be tased for real, but I sure hope it's not much worse than this! My arm shook violently and I involuntarily dropped the collar (the thing is quite robust) to the ground! (sadly, yes I do speak from experience... I'm not the smartest person sometimes... thus this tale).
From now on... I'll sit when I'm told to!!!
On a serious note, this is a good product. Would probably stop a rabid pitbull chasing a squirrel... I'd also hold off on the top level until that exact scenario presents itself.
Happy with the purchase, good thing it has levels from hey dog I'm talking to you... all the way to BLAM!
Posted by Brian on May 10th 2013
I would like to encourage anyone on the fence about the remote collars. I purchased the shock collar for my 7 mth old pup, and he absolutely loves the freedom it has given him. I love it because the one time he took off, I warned and then zapped him at about 400 Yds., and he turned right around. Haven't shocked him since. I just tone him and he is looking for my orders.
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