PetSafe Vibration Dog Training Collar with Remote | Petco
Elite Little Dog Static Remote Trainer by PetSafe® activates your dog's receiver collar from up to 400 yards away.
Research supports electric stimulation as a humane training aid: one study on bark control collars found there were absolutely no lingering psychological effects on dogs.2 When used properly, electric stimulation produces fast and reliable learning, without causing physical or emotional trauma to your pet.1 That is why many respected vets and trainers support static correction as a trustworthy, effective training tool. Now you can safely give your pets the guidance they need to be the best-behaved pets they can be!
Spend less time training and more time enjoying quality time with your dog. The PetSafe® Vibration Remote Trainer helps you control your dog without a leash from up to 100 yards away. The remote trainer is a safe, effective way to teach better behavior or basic obedience commands. At the push of a button, your handheld remote sends a signal that causes your dog’s receiver collar to vibrate. The vibration safely and effectively gets your pet’s attention. The remote is easy to use with an advanced digital display that tells you exactly which level of vibration you're using. Choose from 16 levels of vibration stimulation to find just the right level for your dog. The random vibration pattern is especially great for training deaf dogs.
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An estimated 50–70% of all dog and cat euthanasia in shelters is the result of behavior problems, and many are potentially resolvable.5 Electronic collars and other static products can help preserve and strengthen bonds between people and their pets. They can help you get a better behaved pet quickly and safely. You can see results much faster, sometimes within days. Other training tools, such as treats or choke chains, may take weeks or months, and may not necessarily be more effective or more humane. They are recognized as safe, effective training tools that can be used with a variety of training programs and methods. Proper levels of static stimulation can be described using three simple terms: “too high, too low and just right”. While electric stimulation levels in modern collars are safe at all levels, it is important to determine the “just right” level for your pet. Behaviorally-activated products are automatic; some bark collars start at the lowest level automatically and increase as your dog continues to bark until the barking stops. Trainer-operated products require you to perform a minimum recognition test to find just the right level for your pet. Start at the lowest level and watch your dog carefully for any response. Look for perked ears or a tilted head. If your pet barks/meows or reacts with fear, anxiety, or aggression, the level is too high. You don’t want your pet to be afraid, you just want to get their attention.