PetSafe Collarless Ultrasonic Remote Trainer System

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Even the best-behaved pets need a gentle reminder about the rules from time to time. The PetSafe Collarless Ultrasonic Remote Trainer System allows you to correct bad behavior and reward good behavior without the need for static-correction collars. Press a button when your fur baby's acting up and it emits an ultrasonic tone that tells your pal to stop. The Ultrasonic Remote Trainer can also sound a pleasing tone that's perfect for letting your pet know you witnessed him doing something good. "Now," he says, "let's follow that up with a treat!"

Key Benefits

  • System emits ultrasonic sound when button is pressed that tells your furry friend you want him to stop whatever he is doing
  • For dogs of any size , has a range up to 30 feet
  • System has a positive tone to reward good behaviors as well as a negative tone to counter undesirable ones
  • Good/low battery indicator
  • Remote uses 9-Volt alkaline battery (not included)

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PetSafe Collarless Ultrasonic Remote Trainer System is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from UNBELIEVABLE RESULTS Our 18 month old Coton began barking at everything and anything and when she got going, she couldn't stop herself. I decided to try this ultrasound remote since I figured it wouldn't hurt her and was a sound only dogs can hear and don't like. Within minutes of my opening the box, she started with the wild, non-stop barking...I said "Quiet" then pushed the button for a split second and she instantly stopped and looked all around the ceiling for the source. For 2 days afterward, she was quiet and if she did bark for any reason, she quickly stopped herself and looked around as if waiting to see whether that annoying sound would happen again. We found the remote to be a much better idea than the collar since we have control over when it goes off and we didn't want her to stop barking when she plays or is trying to tell us she wants to go out. We've owned the remote about 3 weeks now and have only needed to use it as a reminder twice since the first time. The difference in her barking behavior has been incredible!
Date published: 2017-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Device I purchased this product to start training my 2 dogs; prior to hiring a professional trainer. I am not a fan of a shock collar at all so I when I came across this product I decided to try it. We are on day 7, and it is very helpful; the manual instructs you to use the positive button only for the first few days. It works so well that I still haven't had the need to use the negative button at all. My dogs are loving and want affection, so when I use the positive button they know they will be rewarded with affection and a treat; they stop what they are doing instantly and come running. So this is working well for my immediate needs, and will eventually start to train with the negative button when I start to teach them to completely stop the unwanted behavior. When used properly to safely and harmlessly train your dog this is a great product.
Date published: 2016-08-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Mixed Feelings... I have mixed feelings about this remote. I am trying to train my Pomeranian pup from jumping up on people and sometimes to stop whining in specific circumstances. I have found that the remote does not get him to stop either of them when using it. The positive command seems to work well and he was picking up little tasks quickly. The remote also suggests to use on dogs that are over 6 months, which he is a little over 5 months so maybe he is still a little too young? It was definitely worth the try for the price and based on all of the great reviews! Also, be very careful if you use it with other dogs around. It severely scared our other dog who was much closer by than we thought, he hid for about 2+ hours after that! :(
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works I was a little skeptical about this but I thought I would give it a try. I have a 7 month old Great Pyrenees. She jumps when she gets excited. I've used it 3 times now and she stopped jumping on me. No one wants a 70 lb excited puppy jumping on them! I took it to the dog park and let someone use it that had a rowdy pit bull puppy. She went on her phone and bought one while we were still at the park.
Date published: 2016-12-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Dog did not respond I am training a 4 month old boxer. I followed instructions closely. He looked up when I pushed the negative button, but did no stop negative behavior, even letting go for 2 seconds & pushing again & again. When I tried to get him used to the positive, he wasn't encouraged by this at all. I have had more success using a clicker. Currently for negative, he has to be crated, since I don't believe in physical punishment. I don't like the mixed signals with crating, as he has to be crated when home alone.
Date published: 2017-02-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good idea I purchased this for our 7 month old Aussie who likes to bark. I not sure if the batteries are weak or what (we need to buy a new one) but neither of my three dogs even responded to it. I tried this because I am not a big fan of the collars. It's a good idea and will keep trying it.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from PetSafe Collarless remote I love this product. I don't even have to push the button. When Emmy sees it she just quits barking. I love that it doesn't shock her or anything like that. I believe I could train her to do anything with this. When the weather gets warmer we will try it outside.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works okay This isn't the best out there, but it has helped with training my elkhound puppy. He will bark through the device if really excited, but when just barking for no reason he will stop on first use. So I'd say this works 60% of the time.
Date published: 2017-01-24
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