Sherpa Ultrasonic No Pull Dog Training Lead

By Sherpa
Rated 2.2 out of 5 stars
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About This Item

  • Training lead that emits ultrasonic sounds to discourage your pup from pulling on the leash.
  • Sound levels are adjustable to allow for fast and effective training for any size and breed.
  • Included collar adapter fits all collars for your furry friend.
  • Features a LED display that tells you which sound level your leash is set to.
  • Lightweight system requires 2 AAA batteries (not included).

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MaterialPolyester, Synthetic FabricPolyester, Synthetic FabricPolyester, Synthetic Fabric
Leash & Collar FeatureLeash / HarnessReflective, Leash / HarnessLED
Leash TypeDouble
Leash Length2 feet

Questions & Answers

6 Customer Questions

Is there any certification on the packaging claiming the device will not harm my dog's hearing?
Answer by ChewyMar 24, 2020
The Sherpa Ultrasonic trainer emits a sound that is above human hearing levels but dog’s can still hear. It is similar to a dog whistle but at a lower frequency so it does not hurt the dog’s ears. It is not certified.

Can I use this with a 4 month puppy?
Answer by ChewyMar 15, 2020
This training lead provides fast and effective training for any size and breed.

How far away do other dogs need to be to not be affected?
Answer by ChewyMar 10, 2020
The product is designed to be placed between the collar and a leash. The speaker that emits the ultrasonic signal is highly directional and the speaker opening is positioned and attached directly at the collar attachment. It is designed to only be effective when properly attached and placed and has no effect on surrounding animals. Range varies depending on the hearing ability of the pet, with a general range circumference of approximately 3-feet.

Is this rechargeable, or do I need to buy batteries? what kind of batteries would I need?
Answer by ChewyJul 16, 2020
This Training Lead requires 2 AAA batteries (not included).

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Rated 2.2 out of 5 stars
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20 Customer Reviews

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Susan on Apr 11, 2022

Item Broke First Time Used

I had this item on the dog and using it for 5 minutes before she broke it. She pulled the part attached to her collar away from the end.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By TwinPuppyMom on Dec 14, 2021

Wish It Had Worked

I don’t know if they got used to the sound which I couldn’t hear or if it just didn’t work. Will be calling the “satisfaction guaranteed” phone number.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Labmom on Apr 15, 2021

seems to work

I bought this for walking my lab who pulls and goes crazy when she sees a car or people, I only tried it walking her around the yard, she seemed to not like the sound when she pulled and stopped in her tracks. I think it will work my only worry is other reviews said it broke and I may hook up a second leash incase it breaks she is not one to come back when she goes free she is pretty strong will be trying it on a good walk soon.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By dogmama on Mar 20, 2021

Came off collar

This comes with a carabineer clip that connects it to the dog's collar. The leash then clips on to this, so this device is between the leash and the collar. I used this for about a week, then yesterday during our walk the clip just came loose from the collar on its own. It just has a section that pushes in to connect it to the collar, and it doesn't latch or anything. With my dog pulling it managed to get just right where it came open and came off. Luckily we were in a safe place and my dog didn't run off, but if that had happened while walking on the path beside the highway it could have ended very badly. If you decide to try this, definitely replace the carabineer clip that comes with it with something better. As far as effectiveness, I tried it on a 10 month old German shorthaired pointer. He is extremely high energy, and very driven, and pulls like a sled dog. On the highest setting, I think this may have taken the edge off of slightly at first but certainly didn't stop the pulling. After a few days it almost seemed like he was getting used to it or just didn't care anymore.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Razzi on Sep 14, 2021

Does not help

This device makes no difference whatsoever. Waste of money and time.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Bear on Jul 17, 2021

To bad for now

Would like a refund. This thing is way to big for my dog. Please respond. Thank you.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Sophielovesit on Jun 28, 2021

It really seems to be working

Was skeptical about the product but it seems to really be working.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Spclkay on Jan 19, 2021

Doesn’t work.

I bough this for my 30 pound retriever mix puppy who pulls way too much and after 15 minutes he pulled so much the carabiner broke I had it on the highest setting and he didn’t care at all.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Anne on Dec 7, 2020

Poor quality!

We have had this less than a month and the clasp has already broken. Brady can be a puller, but not that hard! It also tends to shut off if it bumps the side of the dog!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Jld0824 on Jan 2, 2021

Didn’t work

Had it on the highest setting and it didn’t deter my dog from pulling at all, he actually bent the clip that comes with it.