Rechargeable Remote Dog Training Collar 6 Levels Shock
Petrainer PET998DBB2 Dog Shock Collar Waterproof and Rechargeable 330 yd Remote Dog Training Collar with Beep/Vibra/Shock Electric E-collar
An e-collar (also referred to as a shock collar, an electric collar, or a training collar for dogs) is a battery-operated training collar and handheld remote used for a variety of training applications for many different dogs. The dog owner uses the remote to activate the stimulation function on the collar. The stimulation may be a sound, vibration, electric pulse, or a combination of two or all three.
There are several kinds of shock collars. Some give a shock that is triggered by the vibration of the dog's throat. These are used to discourage barking. Others are part of an electric fence system; a few beeps warn the dog as it approaches the invisible fence, and then shocks him if he crosses the barrier. Then there are remote control operated shock collars. Most collars of this kind are used by "gun" dogs who accompany their owners on hunting expeditions.
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#8: Dog Training collar Dogloveit 660yd Blind Operation Stimulation & Vibration Shock Collar for Dog with Remote Rechargeable All-Weather Resistant Fit for All Size Dogs (10Lbs 100Lbs)Remember when you tested the shock collar on yourself. Remember the range between noticing the collar and the collar hurts? Your dog has a similar range. Keep it in mind.With the average dog dog shock collar costing more than $200, you may be wondering how a remote trainer could be so expensive? When we got in to this business in 2009, we thought the same thing and knew we could do better.Shock collars operate by supplying a momentary zap to any dog based on either a predetermined parameter or a remote control. Most of these collars allow for a wide range in terms of the average length or voltage of any shock that is applied. If, by chance, you happen to be purchasing a shock collar to teach your dog how to stay within boundaries, make sure to confirm the maximum range on each collar's remote. A shock collar is no good if it cannot reach the boundary marker. And it defeats the purpose if you have to chase after your dog wherever that collar goes. E-collars or remote collars are a dog training tool also notoriously known as "shock collars". The remote collar I am referring to in this video, has a past product connection to the original "shock collar" but the product has been developed to function at a much greater range than the earlier versions of the first "shock collar". For example the first generation of remote stimulation collars had a limited range of stimulation levels, such as high, higher, and highest...That is not a great product for training pet dogs with low levels of distraction or even low levels of working drive, for example a Shih Tzu. The original "shock collar" product was designed to function on a very distracted hunting dog during a hunt, or even a German Shepherd during protection training. When working with dogs which were bred for intense sporting experiences, the handler requires higher intensity stimulation to interrupt the dog to ensure safety of other animals and/or people depending upon the nature of the training experience.