Customer Reviews

Rating: 3.4 of 5 stars 65 Reviews 65 Reviews 3.4 out of 5 Stars

74% Recommend

74% of reviewersrecommend this product

Rating: 3.4 of 5 stars 3.4 / 5

You've Already Reviewed This Item

K-II Enterprises Dazer II Ultrasonic Deterrent Dog Trainer

K-II Enterprises Dazer II Ultrasonic Deterrent Dog Trainer

  • Most Helpful Positive Review

    Read All 36 Positive Reviews

    Demand barking stopped immediately!

    By BarksNoMore on Jan 4, 2021

    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 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. … more

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report
  • Most Helpful Critical Review

    Read All 29 Critical Reviews

    Used to Deter Barking

    By Ginny on Jun 19, 2020

    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 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. … more

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report

65 Reviews

Showing 1-10 of 65 Reviews

  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Demand barking stopped immediately!

    By on

    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 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. … more

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report
  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Must have device

    By on

    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 ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report
  • 5 out of 5 stars

    worked like a charm!

    By on

    First let me say, I think these type of devices either work for your dog, or they don’t, period. In my case it worked better than I could have imagined. I click it only once and say “stop” at the same time hoping I will develop a response that in the future I won’t even need the device. My dog stops IMMEDIATELY and runs over to me and sits nice. He definitely doesn’t like it and has learned quick. I have a 100lb male golden retriever. Good luck! Hope your dog responds to it the way mine did. Btw... tried it on my neighbors yeipy dog (who in my opinion gets my dog going) and it does not work on that dog...

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report
  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Works Well

    By on

    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.

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report
  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Quieter times

    By on

    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!

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report
  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Used to Deter Barking

    By on

    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.

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report
  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Sorry, didn't stop the barking.

    By on

    We're still trying but hasn't worked. Dog still barks and will not shut up. It's owner just let's it bark and bark and bark! ....................

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report
  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Works Well With Beagles!

    By on

    This handheld device was well worth the price! It immediately stops my beagles from barking, doing something they shouldn’t—like rolling in something stinky, eating who knows what they’ve spotted on the ground, or even taking off). I only use it when a command does not work. I’ve only needed to use it a few times, as they learned quickly to respond to a command rather than hear the sound. I also reward them when they respond appropriately. Now, I have heard that some dogs may not respond. It may be that they are an older dog with subsequent hearing loss due to old age. Not sure why some younger dogs might not respond. Also, if it’s overused, they may acclimate to it.

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report
  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Disappointing

    By on

    I have a smaller dog at our dog park. Other dogs have been dive bombing him. I wanted something that I could stop that behavior because other people can't manage their dogs at times. It really doesn't work effectively. My own dog is not at all affected by it. I really needed this to work.

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report
  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Don’t work

    By on

    I don’t like. Because what it said it’s for . It don’t work

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report