|Lifestage||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Adult||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Adult|
|Collar Type||Remote Training - Vibration, Remote Training - Static||Remote Training - Vibration, Remote Training - Static, Remote Training - Noise...||Remote Training - Vibration, Remote Training - Static, Remote Training - Noise...||Remote Training - Vibration, Remote Training - Static, Remote Training - Noise...||Remote Training - Vibration, Remote Training - Static, Remote Training - Noise...|
|Compatibility||Rechargeable||Rechargeable||Rechargeable||Battery Powered, Rechargeable||Rechargeable|
|Breed Size||—||All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||All Breeds|
|Material||—||Plastic, Silicone||Plastic, Silicone||Plastic||Plastic, Silicone|
|Leash & Collar Feature||—||Multi-Dog System||Multi-Dog System||Waterproof, Long Prongs||Multi-Dog System|
|Technology Feature||—||—||Microchip / RFID||—||—|
My wife and I purchased this shock collar for our dog to teach him right from wrong and his boundaries when we are in the yard. He was more scared of the beep and vibrate that we never had to shock him which I was grateful for. One night we woke up in the middle of the night with our dog going crazy running into walls and a little disoriented. I noticed his shock collar was still on so I reached down and took it off of him. I noticed that the collar had blood on it. So further into my investigation I looked at my dogs neck and the collar had apparently been shocking the mess out of him because his neck was burnt and you can clearly see where the prongs were. We took him to the vet to get him checked out because after that he just wasn’t acting right he ended up staying overnight at the vet. The vet said that is one of the worst ones that he seen and if we wouldn’t have caught it when we did that we may not have a dog. *side note the collar was put on him around 9 pm for him to go outside and use the bathroom and he woke us up around 12am. So the collar was on him for maybe 3hrs.
I love this collar it works. I have a stubborn pup and all I have to do is sound it or make it vibrate and he straightens up..I have tried and touch all areas even the zap and it does not hurt it's more of a tickle feeling which is perfect for not hurting and causing pain to the pups so it's definitely a good concept I love it over all. Now I havent tried the full power and would rather not lol but I have up to 5 and it's great. Over all must have.
I recently purchased the Dog Shock Collar for my energetic and sometimes stubborn fur baby, and I must say, it has been a game-changer in our training routine. I was initially hesitant about using a shock collar, but after discussing it with my vet and doing extensive research, I decided to give it a try. I'm so glad I did! This Dog Shock Collar has been an invaluable tool in training my pup. It has enhanced her safety, improved her discipline, and strengthened our bond as we work together to achieve a well-behaved and happy dog. If used responsibly and in conjunction with positive reinforcement techniques, I highly recommend this shock collar to fellow dog owners seeking effective training solutions.
This collar worked so well, it is perfect! I love how you can recharge it and don't have to worry about it getting wet and malfunctioning! The ease of use makes it sure easy and convenient to train your pup! The levels are not too strong but just enough to help your pup realize they need to listen or pay attention to what your commands are!
I bought this collar as my previously other purchased collar lost the shock feature even though it was not used often. I decided maybe a better quality one was needed so I purchased the Petdiary collar. It was easy to get the collar to the correct neck size and the directions were clear. I do like the lighter weight of this collar as my border collie is only medium sized and it isn't so bothersome to her when I have her wear it for a longer time. My biggest issue with the collar is NOT the collar but the remote; It does not have any way to attach the control to the person controlling it. There is no strap to put around the wrist, no band to hold it to the hand, or no cord to put it around ones neck. If there is no pocket on your person you will need to hold it constantly. The remote is smooth and slick. I lose it frequently since I cannot hang it on the door any longer where I kept the previous one. A search will find it on a counter somewhere or in a pocket. When I cannot find the remote, I change back to her previous collar and use it hoping for the best. I hope you will change this feature in this training collar.