Petrainer PET998DBB1 100% Waterproof and Rechargeable Dog Shock Collar 330 yd Remote Dog Training Collar with Beep/Vibra/Shock Electric E-collar

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Petrainer PET998DBB1 100% Waterproof and Rechargeable Dog Shock Collar 330 yd Remote Dog Training Collar with Beep/Vibra/Shock Electric E-collar

Petrainer PET998DBB1 100% Waterproof and Rechargeable Dog Shock Collar 330 yd Remote Dog Training Collar with Beep/Vibra/Shock Electric E-collar

  • Petrainer Dog Electronic Collar offers 5 YEARS Replacement or Refund Warranty; If you ever have any issue with your training collar, just contact us! Petrainer US Based Customer Service (Phone & Email) 5 Days a Week
  • Immensely Popular E-Collar used by Expert Trainers & First Time Pet Owners; Can be used to help correct barking, walking, leash training, sitting, aggression, and other behavioral obedience
  • Dog Shock Collar with 0-100 Levels of customization for Static Stimulation & Vibration, and a standard Tone (Beep) Mode which will give an audible warning, which makes it guaranteed to have a stimulation that works for your dog
  • Remote Training Collar is designed with RF434Mhz technology range up to 330 yards, easily train your dog in the park or backyard; Adjustable TPU collar sized from 0 to 25 inches
  • 100% waterproof dog collar receivers; Rechargeable transmitter and receiver can be charged at the same time, so your equipment is always ready to train

Pattern Name:For 1 Dog
The Petrainer PET998DBB1 is the perfect beginner dog training system. If new to the realm of remote training and need to correct obedience within the house or yard, or the occasional walk in the park, then look no further. This system was designed and built with a new user in mind and is accommodating for any trainer’s need, with it’s 4 modes: vibration, shock stimulation, beep and light. Finding a stimulation a dog reacts to can be painstakingly difficult but with the Petrainer PET998DBB1’s 100 levels of stimulation of vibration and shock, a stimulation should be found with ease. With the simplistic design, and easy to understand interface, and more time curbing your dog’s misbehavior.

Features:
1. Collar Size: Able to fit small, medium and large dogs. 15 lbs or Larger. TPU Collar Size from 0 to 25 inches long
2. Remote Transmitter can control up to two dogs with additional collar receiver
3. Battery Type: Rechargeable Lithium Batteries for Collar Receiver and Remote Transmitter
4. Water Capabilities: Waterproof Collar Receiver, Rainproof Remote Transmitter
5. Range: 330 Yards
6. Tone/Vibration Options: 100 Levels of Vibration and 1 Level of Standard Tone
7. Stimulation Levels: 100 Levels of Static Shock
8. Rechargeable Transmitter and Receiver can be charged at the same time
9. Power saving design with Automatic Standby and Memory Function
10. Light Mode to assist seeing dog in low light conditions
11. Easy to use design and operation
12. Effective and safe training system with Auto-Protect Mode
13. Convenient, easy to read LCD Screen shows the stimulation level

Package Contents:
– 1 x Transmitter
– 1 x Receiver
– 1 x TPU Belt
– 2 x Charging Cable
– 1 x Charger
– 1 x Test Bulb
– 3 x Metal Probes

List Price: $ 79.99

Price: $ 37.99

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  • 4 Simple Steps Training Guide on the specially designed gift box that makes training easy and makes you feel like the dog whisperer.
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Totally 6 sleek sliver coating tinkle bells (1.4”) will call attention to you if the dog goes out. You don’t worry your dogs lose because you could hear the jingle bells ring throughout at your home.

Premium Quality Material
Thicker nylon strap (1” wide) to withstand the toughest tugs, scratches, and bites.

Maximum convenience
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  1. 1,172 of 1,193 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars A REAL Review., January 11, 2016
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    Andrew Stewart (Ohio) -
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    This is lengthy, but it's primarily factual and will give you the lowdown on these collars. I researched A LOT of shock collars before purchasing these. If you have questions about something I didn't mention here, feel free to ask me and I'll help you out the best I can.

    So far, and despite all the horror story reviews on here, my collars and remote have worked out well and were well worth the price paid. I use them on two australian blue heelers (One is 4 months old and 10 pounds, the other is 1 year old and 40 pounds.) Each collar operates between 4 settings: Light ---> The little green light will flash repeatedly when activated. Beep ---> A loud and annoying beep will sound over and over for as long as you hold down the beep button. Vibrate ---> There are 100 levels of vibration to choose from. Shock ---> There are also 100 levels of shock to choose from. An 9 year old boy bravely volunteered to test a few of the shock levels. He described evels 1-6 as non-painful. Levels 7-12 gave him a a little bit more of a "bite." And he said level 13 zapped him pretty good...

    The beep and vibration settings are very effective on my youngest pup. I very rarely have to shock her, and when I do, it only needs to be set at level 1 [out of 100]. My older pup is a bit more stubborn and strong-willed, therefore the beep and vibration don't really work well for him if he's bound and determined to be mischievous. I've had to shock him on level 16 or 17 in order to keep him from running into the road or towards a person. Normally levels 10-12 are enough to grab his attention and remind him that he is not the alpha when it comes to his sometimes dumb decisions. I will say "Here" when I want him to come. If he does not come after the first command, I'll give him a shock on level 5 or 6 and progressively raise the level while first giving the command "Here" until he begins moving in my direction. If he stops moving in my direction, I will lower it back down to 5 or 6 and then administer a consistent shock until he begins moving in my direction again. This has proven to be highly effective, as he comes nearly every time I say "Here." An occasional deer can influence him to ignore my commands, at which times I will shock him until he remembers he must obey. It is important to only give the command once before shocking/beeping/vibrating them, because if you give the command six times before a shock, they will eventually realize that they can ignore your command five times before they actually have to listen and obey. So remember, one command: "Here." If they ignore you, low level shock(or beep or vibrate). It will not take long for them to realize there are consequences for disobeying. Please, for the love of God, DO NOT ELECTROCUTE YOUR PUP ON LEVEL 100. This is an exceptional training tool, and it requires a high level of responsibility and discipline from the person controlling the remote. As I mentioned earlier, beep and vibrate work well with some pups. With the youngin, I start by giving a command, then beeping her if she doesn't respond. Then another command, then a vibrate (on level 100) if she doesn't respond. Usually by this time, she's either headed in my direction, or she's already at my feet. The range is 300 meters I think... I've zapped my oldest pup from all the way across the field. It was a loooong ways (out of earshot), but it still zapped him good and he bolted straight back towards the house.

    As far as the waterproof-ness of the collars, I wasn't immediately confident that the design would be sufficient towards keeping water out.... But the other day my little pup dove straight into the creek (which was about 40 degrees at the time...lol) and then she came bounding back out of there, collar still working. It has not given me any problems since that little swim adventure, but come summertime, I can edit this review and give you a better idea of the durability under the water. But so far, the collar on my youngin has survived one submersion in the creek and countless roll-arounds in the snow and mud puddles.

    The one thing that I ABSOLUTELY HATE about this whole deal is the remote. Don't get me wrong, I can easily switch back and forth between collar 1 and collar 2 with the buttons it has, but it's just not designed intelligently. There should be a switch, like an actual physical, up-and-down switch on the side, top, or front of the remote to switch between collar one and two. Otherwise, you have no idea which collar you are set on unless you look at the screen, and in a fast paced, think-quick scenario when a dog is bolting toward the road or chasing after the chubby mailman, you don't always have the convenience and luxury of taking the time to look at the screen, clicking on the (1&2) button, making sure it's on shock mode, and then administering the shock in time before your pup's standing in the roadway or... Read more
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  2. 132 of 141 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Skeptical at first. Now a 100% believer!, January 30, 2016
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    I was skeptical at first. We have a 4 month old German shorthaired pointer that was an absolute LUNATIC. She would jump all over us when we were on the couch. If we were in the front yard with no leash she would take off and not listen to any of my commands. When she was in the back yard and wanted to come in she would scratch at the back door which now has holes in it because of her. It was a nightmare. Last night I put the collar on and started with the beep function. She didn't respond much to the beep so I moved to the vibrate function. I set it at 10/100 and that didn't get her attention so I bumped it to 35. She immediately knew something was wrong and stopped scratching the back door. After a few minutes she started back and once I pressed the button she stopped. This morning I took her out front with no leash and let her roam. When she got close to the street or neighbor's yards I used the vibrate function and she would turn around and come back in the yard. I backed these warnings with the "come" command. She has also been alot calmer on the couch and been a joy to have in my lap. In one day she has almost done a complete 180. I have only had to use the shock once and do not recommend using it unless absolutely necessary. I love this product!
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  3. 42 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Approved by our Beagles, Healers, and Boxer, March 30, 2017
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    An Honest Review of the Petrainer 2 Pack! I thought I would never use a shock collar on my dogs, however that thought went out of my mind when we moved and started having problems with 2 of our 4 beagles not listening, and then our 2 healers and boxer mix would uncontrollable bark so we knew we had to do something! So after review I decided I would try these and they have been a life saver, but there are some keys to using any training collar. I WILL SAY, I DID SHOCK MYSELF WITH THIS ON LEVEL 5 Before I EVER PUT IT ON THE DOG, and I knew that our electric fence shocks harder than that when they would run into it.
    First - the Boxer mix - only 3x he wore the collar, I never had to shock him, he only got beeps and vibrate. He would be told NO BARK then a beep we would do that 3x if he continued to bark he got a vibrate, by the 3rd time wearing the collar which was day two he only barked once told no bark and he stopped he has continued without wearing the collar since last summer (he use to do this before we moved we just needed some extra help).
    Second - the healers, only one has had to wear the collar and we still have days where the collar comes out because he occationally just doesn't want to listen or he goes to the far corner of the yard and will bark consistently at our neighbors and until the bushes get big enough we have to use the collar to deter the barking and get their attention from across the yard without screaming at them.
    Third - the beagles all our beagle bark and we understand their barks and they all understand NO BARK, but we have another problem where I have a male beagle that will jump or climb our fence which ever he feels like doing, and his sister enjoys digging holes and also has a very stubborn bull headed minded dog since she was young. When still use the collars typically in the afternoon/evening they go on around 1pm before they go outside and come off around 6pm the beeps typically deter the climbing/jumping and they leave the fence alone and find other things to do or play with. However when our male does jump the fence because he does within mere seconds I do use the shock if he runs towards the back of the property or doesn't respond to the beep. Typically I can beep the collar at him and he will run around the property and come to the front gate and he will be ready to come in. Without the collar he would run everywhere anywhere for hours, now we can focus his running in smaller time sections and not worry like we use to because we wouldn't know where he went.

    Pro's
    Loud enough beep to hear in our large yard
    Waterproof, we live in Kentucky - lots of rain here
    Different lengths of contact points to put on the collars
    It has been an easy training tool with the dedicated time
    The collar flashes so it helps at night (if needed to be worn)
    Easy to change between collars
    Easy to change the modes from beep, vibrate, shocks
    A Great training tool for hard to train dogs
    Able to be used on multiple dog breeds
    Decent size transmitter size of a small warlike talkie

    Con
    Only black & orange collars, multiple collars help when using 4 collars at once.
    Collar Communicators will occasionally turn off if they haven't been transmitted to in a while.
    The collars, adjustable collars would be nice so that multiple dogs can wear the same collar if needed
    That when the Shock is at the lowest setting and the down button is hit it will go to 100 (be very careful)
    It would be awesome if the background color of the transmitter changed colors depending on the collar it was on at that moment.

    Our collars have came in very handy and I would recommend them to anyone interested, just be very mindful of what your dog can tolerate what type of signal should be given for the act at hand. My beagles and healer actually run over to have their collars put on when I get them out they aren't afraid of them or fear them which is a good sign.
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