K-II Enterprises Dazer II Ultrasonic Deterrent Dog Trainer

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About This Item

  • Ultrasonic high-powered noise harmlessly deters dogs up to 20 feet, and cats up to 40 feet, without being audible to humans.
  • A great training tool to keep animals off of furniture or out of areas where they aren’t allowed.
  • A perfect accessory for joggers, walkers, sales people, bicyclists, letter carriers or anyone else in the path of unwanted dogs.
  • Made from lightweight, high-impact plastic and includes a belt clip and battery indicator.
  • Made in the USA and includes everything needed for use.

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Closure TypeBolt SnapQuick Release
Collar TypeRemote Training - StaticRemote Training - StaticRemote Training - Static, Remote Training - Vibration

Questions & Answers

14 Customer Questions


when walking my dogs if I see a dog coming to attach and point it at him will it affect my dogs also or is it just in the direction I am pointing
Answer by ChewyJul 02, 2018
Point it at the approaching unfriendly dog with your arm extended forward – if your dog is at your side he may hear a little (if any output) but a gentle “good dog” helps reassure your dog that all is good. Plus remember the sound pressure and loudness is mostly in front at the other dog. You only need to use it for only a second or two and repeat if necessary.

Can other animals such as goats or horses hear this?
Answer by ChewyFeb 07, 2018
Only canines and felines can hear this product. Although other animals will not hear it, they can feel it so it's recommended that you do not point it at the animals head.

I have 2 dogs and the younger one is always trying to bully the older one, will it work for that??
Answer by ChewyJul 26, 2017
The Dazer can be used in training and conditioning situations such as quieting barking dogs, keeping pets off furniture and to reinforce commands. The Dazer should be used from a distance of 5 feet or more for best results. The Dazer should be used in conjunction with normal verbal or hand commands as reinforcement or to interrupt bad behavior. As in all training, follow standard repetition cycles and positive reinforcement practices.

Will this scare away coyotes? What’s the effective range?
Answer by ChewyOct 05, 2018
This deterrent is intended to be used as a training aid and may not be as effective on wild animals such as coyotes.


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69 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Evelyn on Sep 29, 2022

A very satisfied customer.

I have only had to use the Dazer 4 times and all ready our dog stops barking when I say "No" and I don't have to use the Dazer. I do keep in handy so if a new situation comes up I can use it. Our dog does not look like it is painful, but it sure gets her attention.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By CMHR on Apr 17, 2022

Does not help wih barking

Did not work with my dogs on barking or jumping up on people. was a wast of my money.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Cool on Sep 30, 2021

PIECE OF JUNK

Ordered this hoping it would keep my dog from jumping on the patio door to come inside. He's torn up all of the screens I've kept replacing on the door, and the door is always smeared with his paw prints. I have tried everything! This does not even faze him. He doesn't react to it at all. Very Frustrating.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By melllllx222 on Jun 13, 2021

did not work for my dogs at all

I just got this and need to return it but not even sure how. I have a 20 lb mini goldendoodle and a 50 lb Australian shep/ golden retriever mix amd it did nothing for their barking. Nothing


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By BarksNoMore on Jan 4, 2021

Demand barking stopped immediately!

We love our dog. A lot. But we hated the demand barking. Our dog got into this really bad habit where she would bark at us if we didn't pay attention to her. We talked to our dog trainer who taught us to tell her "too bad!" and then walk away until she got the idea that we wouldn't accept it. Well, it kind of worked. She would stop barking, but when we sat back down she would start barking again. We did this for over a year, but it never fully worked. Finally, I realized we needed reinforcements. We really didn't want to get to this point, but being renters we had no other choice. We weren't about to be threatened to give her away or get evicted so I got this training tool and wow did it work. When she started barking at us, I said "too bad" and then pushed the button real quick. She scurried around a little frightened and then right onto my lap and totally stopped that night. The next night she did it again so I did the same thing. This happened for a few more nights (so four nights total) and then when I said "too bad" on the fifth night without pushing the button, she just went straight to my lap and has stopped demand barking since. I haven't had to use the device for over two weeks now. The demand barking has totally stopped and saved us from being evicted. It worked for us! I think by using a phrase or word like "quiet" or "too bad" before pushing the button is key. I would highly recommend this product to people who are at the end of their rope with problematic barking with the advice to find a word or phrase to use before pushing the button. So then you can get to a point, hopefully quickly like we did, where you don't have to use the device anymore. We are just so happy.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Dangerous on Feb 2, 2021

Didn’t work

My dog hears it but doesn’t care about it. May work for some, not us


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By linda8246 on Nov 1, 2020

Must have device

Super great product bought 2 devices. 1 for gift, 1 for me. All pet owners should have this device, for training and protection. A 10 star device ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Palma on Jul 21, 2020

Quieter times

We have had one of these in the past, but had to purchase another one because the other stop working. Guess battery. Needed a new one because when I moved to a new house, had several neighbor dogs that always barked when they came outside. After 2 uses, this device almost silenced them. Also use on my dog, to stop her from going near that area of the fence!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Steele on Sep 20, 2020

Works Well

We have used an earlier model of this device for several years. We have a large yard and it will get the dogs attention even across the yard.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Ginny on Jun 19, 2020

Used to Deter Barking

I'd have to say it's been more affective than not. We've used the command "QUIET" along with activating the Dazer. She stopped immediately. After about 5 days, I wasn't sure she was hearing it. If she slips and starts to bark, her reaction is less obvious. However, I have to say 80% of the barking has stopped. She definitely is responding to 'QUIET" without using the Dazer. I've tested it while she's napping and she'll pick up her head, so I guess she still hears it.