PETSPY M919 Premium 1/2 Mile Range Remote Dog Training Collar, 2 collars -

PetSpy M919 Premium 1/2 Mile Range Remote Dog Training Collar

By PetSpy
Rated 3.3621 out of 5 stars

New Customers Only: Spend 49+ Get $20 off + Free Shipping with code: NEWCHEWY

See Details for instructions to redeem.
$67.98Chewy Price
$75.99Chewy Price

In Stock
FREE 1-3 day shipping

About This Item


  • Quickly and effectively train your dog from up to 1100 yards away; bright orange collar is highly visible for added safety.
  • Helps correct barking, wandering off, aggressive leash pulling, approaching strangers and more; safe for use on all dogs 10 pounds and larger.
  • Three training modes including shock, vibration, and sound, with 100 adjustable levels of vibration and shock.
  • Device is rechargeable, waterproof and includes a power-saving movement sensor; innovative contact points are made of conductive rubber to prevent skin irritation.
  • A dual-input charging cable allows you to charge the collar and remote at the same time; available as one-dog or two-dog kit.

See More




Play Video: Learn More About PetSpy From Our Team of Experts
Learn More About PetSpy From Our Team of Experts

Click here for the PetSpy M86N Advanced Dog Training Collar.

Click here for the PetSpy M686 Premium Dog Training Collar.

Click here for the PetSpy M86 Advanced Dog Training Collar.

Click here for the PetSpy P620 Easy & Effective Adjustable Dog Training Collar.
Note Customers may receive older version of collar

Questions & Answers

42 Customer Questions

Does this work through glass sliding doors?
Answer by ChewyAug 12, 2018
The advertised range is a straight-line distance between Remote Transmitter and Collar Receiver without obstacles in between. The range may vary according the terrain, buildings, trees and electromagnetic interference from other devices.

If I have 2 collars can I select one collar for correction or will it shock both dogs
Answer by ChewyAug 15, 2019
The remote has 3 channels that allow you to work with up to 3 dogs. Press the "Channel Switch" button, with the icon of a dog, to switch between channels from one collar to another, to train separate pets.

Looking at the chart provided in the product images, this one features Remote Collar Activation and Quick Level Change. What do those specifically mean?
Answer by ChewyJan 08, 2018
The Remote Collar Activation feature allows you to send a signal to the collar in the form of a Static Shock, Vibration, or Tone. The remote always stays in Stand-by Mode and you can press any command to wake it up. With the Quick Level Change feature, you can quickly change the level of intensity by holding down the  “+“ or "-" button.

What’s the difference between the M919 and the M86??
Answer by ChewyMay 14, 2019
The PetSpy M86 contains eight adjustable levels of vibration and shock, the PetSpy M919 contains one hundred adjustable levels of vibration and shock, and the PetSpy M686 button layout design allows for “blind” operation without needing to look at the remote. Each remote has a different design for m ultiple unique functions.

ReviewsWrite a Review

Rated 3.3621 out of 5 stars
243 Ratings
Would recommend to a friend

243 Customer Reviews

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Kass on Jan 15, 2023

PetSpy M919

I had these shock collars for maybe 2 months before they stopped working all together. After the first month of having them the vibrate would not work and neither would the shock. I would physically put my hand on the prongs and feel nothing even when turned all the way up. Also after the first month I didn’t use them for about a week and they wouldn’t stay charged. They would be fully charged and not work then at about 2 months they stopped working completely. I was definitely disappointed with this product.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By YanaFreeman34 on May 11, 2023

Charging Failer

Overall works great but I have one that stopped charging…Only had it a few weeks…

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Nik on Apr 25, 2023

It doesn’t work

Only thing work on it is the vibration. Not the shock waste of money.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cook1971 on Nov 2, 2022

Great product

Bought this collar (actually have 3) for all of my dogs because they love to bark. It works really well for barking and obedience. Purchasing a 4th one today for new German shepherd puppy. Highly recommend.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Rc66 on Dec 8, 2022

Chep made

Cheap made doesn't won't. Would not recommend. Doesn't perform as stated not sure if defective but would not purchase again.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Maree on Aug 6, 2022

So Far So Good - BEEP BEEP!

I am using The BEEP feature ONLY on this device & it is working nicely to get my 2 year old’s attention. I wish the SHOCK feature could be disconnected for safety reasons, as I will never use it. I purchased the unit for the “WATERPROOF” feature, but noticed the “charging port cover” was off when I removed the collar yesterday, so will have to watch that closely. So far - So good!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By tina on Nov 17, 2022

Doesn't work

They do not stay on always shutting off. Can only charge one at a time.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By dobbiemom on Sep 12, 2022

Waste of money

Battery life sucks (doesn't last a full day) And now both collars don't even turn on at all.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By ManyWounds on May 31, 2022

Total Waste of Money

Absolute piece of junk. Collars randomly turn off, even when fully charged. As a hardworking person of limited funds, it was a real kick in the wallet to spend so much on a worthless product. If I could give it minus stars, I would do that. Completely worthless product.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By KTC1 on Apr 10, 2022

Not useful unless in cleared areas

I work on a large farm and like the girls to have these collars incase they're ever in an area where they cant hear me. The tone works well for both of them. HOWEVER, the remote doesn't reach the collars well in wooded areas or even around the barn unless I'm standing on the side of the barn the girls are on. Also, the collars need a better mechanism for keeping the buckles secured. Lost one collar on the second day because it came loose in one of the fields while the hound was sniffing about.