|Features||Waterproof, Adjustable Correction, Indoor, Wireless||Waterproof, Adjustable Correction, Indoor, Wireless||Indoor||Waterproof, Adjustable Correction, Wireless||—|
|Lifestage||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior|
|Collar Type||Fence System - Noise, Fence System - Static||Fence System - Noise, Fence System - Static||Fence System - Static||Fence System - Noise, Fence System - Static||Fence System - Static, Fence System - Vibration|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Compatibility||Battery Powered||Battery Powered||—||Battery Powered||—|
I’m surprised this is getting bad reviews. My parents use this to keep the dog out of the kitchen. They also put the round disk in their house cleaners cleaning bucket to keep their dog from grabbing her rags. Lol.
Doesn’t work on the cat at all. Very disappointed.
I was hoping this was my solution to my 10lb cat opening and going outside from our doggy door but she did not even notice the collar and went right through the door.
The switch doesn't work so even when it says it's on it doesn't work. I have to mess with it a lot to get it to the right setting and when my dog wears the collar it moves it to off and doesn't work.
Does not have a very good range. The dog must be practically on top of the sensor for it to go off
I bought this to use so my deaf cat wouldn't sneak out the automatic dog door. The door doesn't immediately lock behind the dog or if the dog stands by the door it wont lock right away, which gives the cat enough of an opportunity to slip out. I was skeptical if this would work, but I'm a believer. The device is about the size of my hand and comes with an intimidating looking shock collar. You can program it to create a barrier that is very small or up to about a 3ft radius. I hung the device on my door next to the dog door and set it on the lowest barrier because the litter box is only a couple feet away. The cat quickly learned that she could not go out the door but could still get to the little box. The company provides a device to use to test the range so you know where it will go off and can adjust it accordingly. It is super easy to program,, just touch a button to increase or decrease the range. The collar that comes with the device has a very long lead so it will fit any dog or maybe even a horse, and its about is about 3" wide. I was worried it would be too large for my 9lb cat, but after synching it down, It was small enough to fit around her neck. This would not be good for a very petite cat or kitten. While testing the range I accidentally shocked myself because I was within the barrier range, and was happy to find that the shock wasn't very strong, but it did startle me. It was more like a snap of a rubber band, which eased my mind quite a bit. I love my cat and don't want to hurt her, but I want her to learn to stay inside for her safety. The device does emit a tone when the cat gets too close. For pets that can hear, its a good warning. My cat is deaf and can't hear the tone, but with this device she did learn she can't go out the door. I can sometimes hear the tone a couple rooms away if the house is really quiet. If you've ever had a hearing test you will know what I mean when I say its soft like those tones, not like a smoke alarm. The warnings on the collar say not to keep it on the pet more than a couple hours and to move it around on the neck often. My cat has it on 24/7 and I do move the device to different places on her neck. I see others have said the same thing. I believe this is to keep it from causing skin damage if the pet is persistent and continues to repeatedly go over the barrier. My cat learned within a couple days what she could and couldn't do. I did remove the collar after a couple weeks and had to put it back on her because she went outside. I hope eventually she will break out of this phase, but for now I will monitor her and take the collar off when I feel like she will not attempt to get out again.
First time on the cat it got close to the transmitter stopped and rolled over than got back up and just strolled past it like it was nothing so I took the collar off and tried it on myself you can hear the clicking but feel nothing the tester showed it working but felt nothing than after elapsed time of 5 mins in use it just stopped working period even with the receiver up against the transmitter its not working tested the batteries just for trial and error purposes and 100% battery it just stopped working
Only about 4 weeks of using this and the collar no longer works. The part that screws on to hold batteries in place doesn’t fit snug and so it keeps the batteries from touching and making the collar work. I am currently in process of trying to start warranty process as it can no longer be returned.
Got for my female puppy who keeps bolting out of the door multiple times a day and puts herself in danger. (Cars,other dogs, mean people, etc) with this product, it does indeed properly shock them, but only if the transmitter is facing directly in front of the collar. This of course is an issue because she can move the collar around by scratching or playing, so if her collar faces the opposite of the transmitter on the wall she can continue to move past it and out the door pretty easily. However when it is properly aligned it did give her a decent enough shock to make her wary of that area and less likely to go there. Buttttt, if im not paying attention it is still possible the shock might not work and she’ll bolt regardless.. so it’s a 50/50 on when. Will work and when it won’t. Not a useless product but could use some design tweaking to make it more effective/ efficient
This device did not work at all. My dog walked up to it, stayed for a while and absolutely nothing happened.