It can be very concerning to find a lost pet, and most of us want to find the owner as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, at this time, there is not a way to match the collar with the owner. Contact your local animal control to understand what services are available in your area to help locate the owner.Close
We do not recommend any of our products to be used on aggressive dogs. If you are unsure if your dog is aggressive, please consult your veterinarian or a certified trainer.Close
Your pet should be old enough to recognize basic obedience commands such as “sit” and “stay” (approximately 4 to 6 months).Close
The proper fit and placement of your receiver collar is important for effective training. The contact points must have direct contact with your pets skin on the underside of their neck.
If your collar is a QuickFit collar, it is designed so you can quickly attach and remove the Receiver Collar from your pet while maintaining the desired fit.
Replacing the Receiver on a New Collar Strap
Once you have placed the receiver collar on your pet, it is time to find the Stimulation Level that is best for him. This is called the Recognition Level. A slight change in your pet’s behavior, such as looking around in curiosity, scratching at his collar, or flicking his ears, indicates the Recognition Level that is best for him. Follow these steps to find your pet’s Recognition Level.
Probably not, but it depends on how well your dog listens to your commands without the collar on. He may need to wear the collar from time to time for reinforcement.Close
We'll walk you through using a remote trainer for basic obedience training and for preventing unwanted behavior. You and your dog will soon be communicating on a whole new level.
If your Receiver Collar does not beep when the Tone Button of the Handheld Remote is pressed, or if the Receiver Collar is not responding to the Handheld Remote, follow these steps to pair:
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