Platinum Rechargeable Waterproof Remote Shock/Vibration Dog Training Collar
Dog training is an important part of dog ownership and is by no means an easy task. Some dog owners will have tried every technique under the sun to get their dog to behave, with little to no success. The invention of the vibrating dog collar sought to solve this issue. No matter the size or breed of your dog there will be a vibrating collar to suit. It’s almost a guarantee that eBay will have what you’re after at an affordable and competitive price.
“I was very reluctant to purchase a remote collar because of my own misconceptions, until I did some research on the dog collars. When used properly, they are not cruel. I have a 1 year old Great Dane Puppy (100lbs+) that has a lot of energy and can become very rambunctious. During this time, I am not able to get her attention to correct her behavior. I tried a variety of tactics that did not work and was desperate. The Dogtra IQ arrived today. I followed the training instructions that were included and our training began. What a difference in ONE evening! I have been able to use the vibration setting most of the time with a quick response. A few times I did have to use the nick setting (set at 40) which got her attention and had her doing what she was told to do or not to do. We still have some work ahead of us, but I am amazed at how quickly she has started to learn! The device arrived quickly. The quality seems quite good. The devise arrived charged and ready to use. The collar is can be used for small dogs and can be used for dogs with larger necks than my Great Dane. I had researched numerous devices prior to this purchase. This had the best overall reviews. I would highly recommend it.”
PetSafe Vibration Dog Training Collar with Remote | Petco
Please note that a vibrating collar is not needed to train a deaf dog
Many of the Garmin remote training collars have a tone feature. DT Systems, Dogtra, and E-Collar Technologies collars use a vibration or pager feature. Most SportDOG systems feature both tone AND vibration.Long before the invention of vibration based systems I had to dealwith the issues of training a deaf dog with a remote collar. It hasbeen my experience that some hunting dogs tend to have substantialhearing loss as they reach "old age."Please note that a vibrating collar is not needed to train a deaf dog. It is a training tool, not a magical device that will cause your dog to respond to every signal you give him or her. It will not help your dog to learn anything you want to teach him. It simply gives you a way to get your dog's attention when they are not looking at you. Many deaf dogs have been successfully and completely trained without one.All dogs need training - they just need to learn what each sound or gesture means. No one would assume that just because a dog can hear that he will come running back to you if you call him. You need to train the dog to respond to your voice commands. The same applies to a deaf dog. You have to teach him to respond to your commands. The biggest difference between a hearing dog and a deaf one is that you can't use your voice to get the dog's attention. If he is across the room or across the field and doesn't look at you, you can't yell to him, direct him, or summon him back to you. If your deaf dog gets loose, it can be a terrifying experience - will he look at me? If he doesn't look at you, you can't communicate. These types of experiences, and the wish to be able to better communicate with deaf dogs, has lead to the development and use of the vibrating collar.