1000Ft Rechargeable Water Resistant Remote Dog Training Collar for Small to Extra Large Dogs 15-100lbs – Safe & Harmless Tone/Vibration/Static Shock Behavior Training Aids Wireless Control Pet Collar

1000Ft Rechargeable Water Resistant Remote Dog Training Collar for Small to Extra Large Dogs 15-100lbs – Safe & Harmless Tone/Vibration/Static Shock Behavior Training Aids Wireless Control Pet Collar


  • Safe & Effective Remote Dog Training Collar -Off Leash Behavior Training Such As Barking, Jumping, Biting, Chewing, Charging at Visitors, and Other Aggressive Behaviors.


  • System Comes with 1 Rechargeable Transmitter Remote (1000 Ft Signal Range) and 2 Rechargeable/Water Resistant/Rain Proof Receiver Collar.


  • Features 3 Training Modes (Static Shock, Vibration, Tone) and 100 Adjustable Levels of Vibration And Shock.


  • Pet Collar Fits Medium and Large Dogs With Neck Sizes from 10 to 15 Inches.


  • Remote Transmitter Can Pair Up to 2 Receiver Collars. Rechargeable Battery Included for Both Transmitter and Receiver.

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Shock Collars for Dogs

1000Ft Rechargeable Water Resistant Remote Dog Training Collar for Small to Extra Large Dogs 15-100lbs – Safe & Harmless Tone/Vibration/Static Shock Behavior Training Aids Wireless Control Pet Collar

FunAce Remote Dog Training Collar (2 Dogs System) is a safe and effective behavior aid to help train your dog. You control different operating mode: vibration (100 levels), shock (100 levels), and tone using the remote transmitter. The rechargeable and water resistant collar receives the action signal up to 1000 feet and acts accordingly on your dog. Your dog will start to learn and rid of all unwanted behaviors after training for 15 consecutive days.

Features
3 Modes: Static Shock/Vibration/Beep
100 Levels of Vibration and Static Shock Correction Simulation
Rechargeable Remote Transmitter with LCD Screen and LED Flash Light
Rechargeable, Water Resistant, and Rain Proof Receiver Collar
Durable and Adjustable Nylon Collar Strap From 10 to 15 Inches; Fit Medium and Large Dogs.
Up to 1000 Feet Signal Range
Power saving design with Automatic Standby and Memory Function

Package included
1 Remote Transmitter
2 Collar Receivers
2 Adjustable Nylon Belts
1 USB Charging Cable
1 Charger
1 Shock Testing Bulb
4 Pairs of Metal Probes

Training Your Dog
It is essential to train your dog for this system to work. Off leash behavior training such as barking, jumping, biting, chewing, charging at visitors, and other aggressive behaviors. Spend 15 minutes each day for about 3 weeks to teach your dog the proper behavior and that he feel comfortable wearing the collar regularly.

Please note that submerging the collar in water WILL cause damage.

Actual distance may vary: Optimal distance when transmitter is at least 30 feet from the road with minimal landscaping, sloping, nearby metal outbuildings as it interferes and block the signal from the transmitter. A variety of factors, including terrain, topography, and metal objects may also affect the operating range.

What is Shock Collars for Dogs

Radio-electronic collar is already fairly well-known among dog trainers and breeders advanced as a modern effective means of training dogs. However, issues related to the use of radio-collared, still arise. And the first of them – whether dangerous for the dog and its use as humanely? Indeed, electricity and a living creature – is it really compatible? As soon as the first did not call some skeptics’ electronics for training – shocker, stun, stun collar. Impressive epithets, is not it? But nothing to do with the electronic shock collar training does not. Current models of electronic collars are safe for both physical and mental health for dogs. Modern teaching electronics developed in close collaboration with leading animal psychology. The electrical effect that is used in the electronic media training, has a very low level, it can be likened to a mosquito bite. The purpose of this impact – do not hurt the dog, but just to get her attention. This is not a punishment for the dog, just so we explained to her that now she is doing something wrong. This is the principle of action.

The famous Austrian scientist-ethologist Konrad Lorentz in his book Man is a friend, he wrote about how he trained his dog obedience skills nontrivial ways. Here is a quote from his book: “teach the dog to obedience by means of punishment and can not be as pointless to beat her if, tempted by the smell of game, it is during the walk he will flee from you. Beatings not wean her escape – this incident is far from receded in its memory – rather back as in its submission, they are connected with the return. The only way to wean her from this manner – to shoot her with a slingshot when it is conceived to escape. The shot must be made unexpectedly for her, and it would be better if she did not notice that the pebble had fallen at her from nowhere, a hand was sent to the owner. The complete helplessness before the pain the dog will remember it well, and in addition, this method does not inspire fear in her hands.

How to Training Dog with Shock Collars for Dogs

Electronic collars can be applied on the basis of a method of positive reinforcement and the use of other principles, based on conditioned reflexes.

Depending on the methodology applied by the coach, electrical stimulation may be to suppress negative effects when exposure occurs at the moment of undesirable behavior in order to reduce its frequency or negative reinforcement in the case of prolonged stimulation until the dog perform the required actions to increase its frequency.

By varying the length of the electrical effects of the fractions of a second to a few seconds, the trainer uses it for various tasks during dog training. For example, a very short-term exposure (duration of about 0.2 seconds) is used to draw attention to the trainer team, to accelerate the implementation of a command or to remind the dog of the undesirability of its actions. Longer exposure is used to gain exposure when dealing with stubborn or too phlegmatic dogs, as well as to suppress aggression and undesirable behavior in the event that short-term exposure is not effective.

Sometimes trainers use low levels of exposure, as a symbol of the dog right action, while giving encouragement, thereby forming a conditioned reflex associated with electronic collars the same way as when using the clicker.

Some electronic collars have effects in addition to the electric signal and vibration tonal (no impact) which can be used for most dogs as “neutral stimulation “. For the successful use of electronic collars need to guide a professional trainer who specializes in working with these devices. As with any other tools for training dogs, misuse, abuse or neglect may lead to undesirable results.