Paipaitek No Shock Dog Training Collar, No Prongs & Waterproof Humane Vibration Collar for Dogs, Rechargeable & Up to 1600Ft Remote Range
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I think it would fit but you would have to trim away quite a bit of extra This worked well with the collie mix I had (about 80 pounds), although I had to cut some of the collar off
As there is no shock, anyone at any age should be able to enjoy the experience. The vibrations feel like someone is using a phone on maximum. There is a part on the vibrating part that does not fit against the small dog's neck very well. We think it would be better for a medium/large
We will use our remote control to send instructions to this collar, and the remote control will send the instructions. The vibration button does not need to be pressed if you don't want the collar to work. Hope it helps.
The receiver is IP67 waterproof, so you can take it with you when your dog is swimming, playing in the rain or chasing toys by the pool and don't have to remove it.
Selected User Reviews For Paipaitek No Shock Dog Training Collar, No Prongs & Waterproof Humane Vibration Collar for Dogs, Rechargeable & Up to 1600Ft Remote Range
It was her decision whether to come and at what time, as long as she wasn't eating junk foods or running off to see someone. I did not like this, therefore I purchased the collar with the intention of using the beep only if it was necessary, and only if I was certain it would be needed. That's all right. You didn't need any training for it! Before I put the collar on her, I knew exactly what I was doing. After calling her and whistling if there is no response, I call her back. After a few minutes, I beep once more if she has not responded. She came to the first beep the first time around. It took her two beeps before she spotted a deer. The first beep wasn't loud enough. When she had something gross in her mouth, two beeps were heard. Two days of walking were all it took to accomplish all of this. It seems I have used the beep feature four times in the past two days and even without it, she is becoming more responsive. Her reason for not wanting to beep might be that she wants to avoid it. Her treats really do make her happy, and she's also a sensitive dog. If I use my voice to recall her, I always give her lots of love and a treat. If I use my voice to recall her verbally, I don't always give her a treat. There's no other way to put it. I HIGHLY encourage you to try this product, at least if your dog is sensitive and seeks that happiness.
My dog is 10 months old, so I know she'll be free to run in fields and forests. I tried this collar on myself first since I believe shock collars are cruel. To interrupt her focus when she is too distracted to obey commands, I needed something to distract her. It's quite effective on its own, but I've also played with it in a mirror. In my opinion, the beeps cannot be ignored, and the vibration would be annoying, but NOT uncomfortable. This collar works very well to get my dog's attention back to me when I am telling her what to do.
As much as I hated the prongs on my previous collar, Baby Boy also did. In my home, I have a cat who somehow believes that yelling at the top of his lungs at literally absolutely everything in the world is the best thing ever. The problem is not the "I'm miserable, fix it!" message, Mommy! Cats meow in an "i" type of way. "Yelling" at it is definitely what he is doing. In any case, he yells at it, as follows Aside from wind and rain, flies, bees, cars, people and other cats, there is also the wind and rain. He still doesn't seem to be trying to pick a fight with wind and rain, but I don't know if he wants to bait it into coming in. Almost kind of cute, if only it weren't so irritating to everyone that's the truth. As I said before, I tried every method under the sun but to no avail until I finally succumbed and bought his first collar of beep. It is a good thing that the beeps and buzzes actually annoy him enough that he begins to calm it seems that the sensor unit was a little hit and miss. I mean, his fur is so thick that the prongs had to be right next to his skin to get any information and, of course, it didn't always detect the correct data. My next idea was to try a collar that is manually activated and controlled by a remote control. *There is one issue he's not a dog, he's a cat and kitties are actually susceptible to being hurt by shocks. Hence, I didn't want to even consider collars that the accidental press of a button could harm my poor dog, so most of them had to be deleted from consideration. Here are the advantages I have noticed from using this that may apply to dogs. I am not sure if this will help folks, but for me, here are the benefits I have noticed. I don't believe in prongs! There are prongs on the pin that are uncomfortable. Fortunately, this unit doesn't have them, so he can keep wearing his collar and enjoy his window time for a long time. Also, he isn't constantly choking himself on them because he is able to wear the collar looser. *If you have a backup, you get a back up! As of yet, I haven't had to replace the other unit since I haven't needed it yet, but the other one is charged and waiting to be switched out if the other one were to lose power while the other is being worn. (For Baby Boy, it is a must for him to wear the collar anytime he is by an open window or door offering cat TV to him because he tends to get overexcited and loud during those activities and I do not want to separate him from them This system must be manually activated! Although at first I thought it was some kind of a trick, since I can tell him the volume levels in another room of the apartment, I think he hasn't realized that what is being heard is the beeping and buzzing coming from the other room. As dogs can understand a negative consequence coming from an outside source, but do not tolerate negative reinforcement coming from a human, my being a part of his usage of the collar other than putting it on means he can't attribute it to anything other than his own actions. In addition, he can ignore the beeps and buzzing if he chooses, but I can increase the response in response. As a first warning, I can either sound the beep or increase the buzzing in a little way. The final advantage that this system offers is that it adapts to any situation. The answer is that IT IS That means I can adjust the buzzing by dialing up a different setting depending on the circumstance. In addition, I can even let him know by just pressing one or the other button. It does indeed appear that he is figuring out what each reply means, so long as I am consistent. Since I have only had it for a week, I can say so far it appears to be working I've even been able to get him to stay still while I put it on him several times recently It was the first time he did it. I love it.
Since this collar is what we wanted, we are extremely happy with it at present. One of these days I will try to update the post with information about its It is a pleasure to work with Updating July 2020 (9 months later)
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It's pretty effective I think Baby Boy has gotten used to the collar now that he has been wearing it for a few months. I barely remember to tell him when mommy puts his collar on Quiet Time begins. There is no need to touch the remote at all. As well as his behavior with the collar, he is quieter without it. I think he's been able to learn to use his Inside Voice. Sometimes he needs reminding, but he has been able to learn to self-regulate on his own. Don't get me wrong, it has been a tough few months and it has taken discipline and patience from me. A LOT OF TIME IS NECESSARY! The trouble is. . .
. You can use it when it is used Yes, there were some days when it seemed as though it would never I thought he was going to yell at everything for ever- In the beginning, I literally saved up money so I could respond to the noise complaints, but over time, we were able to teach him that he couldn't yell at the top of his lungs at everyone (especially the neighbors, I'm sure). There is no immediate fix for this. There is a lot of effort and a lot of resolve required, but I figure if it can work for my kitty, it is likely to work for a pupper who understands the whole idea of being trained Whenever they get it right, give them lots of love and it WILL get better. Stay consistent, hang in there and don't give up. I'm a PS This collar stands out against his black fur and everyone loves it. It's because it makes him look like he's a Halloween Kitty (lol).
Humane, simple, and somewhat similar to clicker training, this training system is extremely humane and easy to use. The 'beeping' of the dog can be controlled using the remote control. Dogs come to the door. A dog is rewarded for its good behavior. Positive reinforcement is, as the name implies, about I adjusted the volume just enough so that the dog can hear it, but not so much that it is overpowering. All volumes are contained in one volume. The vibration is the same, detectable but not in any way uncomfortable (I tested it Please do not buy this item if you are looking for a shock collar (though I would not buy one You should not buy this if you are looking for a way to punish your dog. But if you are looking for a fun way to train your dog (you need to be there to engage), then it is a good way to get your dog's attention. The advantage is that the dog will still respond when he is outside the normal ring of the clicker. Having said all that, please remember that it is only a tool its effectiveness depends on your actions. This is not a magic trick.