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Overview & Customer Review

I really need to start this off with saying I was extremely anti shock collar. I loved my boy and I hated the idea of “hurting” him to get him to listen. My husband and I had reached our wits end with our Great Pyrenees puppy who was so smart that he would learn commands and then blatantly ignore them when he didn’t feel like listening (in true Great Pyrenees fashion) he was getting bigger and harder to control and this was our last ditch effort before hiring an expensive dog trainer. The first day we practiced with it he started to behave better, and the “shock” is really more of a nuisance he wants to avoid rather than a punishment. Once he knew what was coming we only had to use the tones to get him to listen to his basic commands. It’s only been a week and he’s already much more well mannered and easier to handle. Excited to see how he progresses with off leash and more complex training. On the down side, the remote is a little confusing to learn and it can be a little annoying to charge the collar all the time, but he’s crate trained so we just plug it in when he goes in for the night and put it back on in the morning. I would buy this 100 times over.

This is the best training device for high energy dogs when used properly. After 2 years of ownership and daily use, it still works and charges beautifully. I acclimated Gracie to “the zapper” by letting her know that a very low level zap (this is why I love the Dogtra) could be stopped immediately by doing what was asked. This took 15 min of training total for 2 days. She now only requires the vibration, which she knows will lead to a zap if she doesn’t recall when out of sight on the trail, or when she plays too roughly with other dogs. She wags and gets excited to get this collar on as she knows it means crazy running, fun times, and being the Trixie Belden hound dog she is in the wild. I paired the collar with the comfort adapter [ASIN: B004HDZP9M] without prongs so they don’t dig into her neck. The collar still functions perfectly and provides a smooth point of contact. Overall, well worth the money if you educate yourself on how to use it, and you reliably know it’s not going to short out or shock the dog without your knowledge. Do you homework, be kind and patient and communicative and start with the absolute lowest setting to get the response you would like.

Do it, seriously, like right now. I somehow ended up with a Great Dane/ Pit Bull rescue dog. At 7 months old he nearly outweighed me and had 0 training. He would remove the photos from the wall and eat them. I never thought I’d own a shock collar. All my prior dogs have been a rewarding experience to train and I’m experienced with difficult dogs as well, piece of cake, right?. Yeah. Well after 4 months of my bawling and him destroying everything despite marker training and a lot of crate time, it became time to rethink a shock collar. After a lot of research and the recommendation of Leerberg I settled on an Educator Mini. Nothing mini about this bad boy. The day it arrived I charged it, and placed it on him. I didn’t think I’d have it in me to shock him, but let me tell you what, when he jumped up on the kitchen counter and began eatting my dinner, with me standing right there. Jesus struck him down. When he opened the bathroom cabinet and started spreading trash all over, Jesus was watching. When he launched off the couch in an attempt to eat the ceiling fan, Jesus wept. This collar (with proper use and training, blah blah blah) turned water into wine. Seriously. It’s been a year since I bought this collar and it’s shaped him into one of the most rewarding dogs I’ve had. He very rarely needs the collar on anymore, but occasionally he needs to have his faith restored and gets to wear it for a day or two. I haven’t shocked him in months, just putting it on him and using the vibrate feature is enough to remind him that Jesus is always watching. I’ve actually been using it on our deaf dog as a way to recall him from the yard, he associates the vibrate with a reward instead of punishment and gets a treat when he comes back to the house. Dual use. Very happy.

I have 3 dogs. 2 lab puppies (9 months) and 1 boxer 3.5 years. I like to go for walks with them but prefer to go off-leash. We have an invisible fence so they are already used to how the collars work. I like that each dog can have its own stimulation and I have gotten pretty adept at switching between the 3. In general, the beep is sufficient but I do use the shock when I have had to call them back from an encounter with a porcupine or my yellow boy who likes to counter surf. I take them swimming and they wear the collars and they are definitely waterproof. I did get different color straps for each one so I could know which receiver went with which dog so I didn’t have to adjust the settings each time. I like the remote. I wish the screen would stay on though because I have to look at it quickly to see which dog the setting is on. I have learned to keep it on dog #2 so I only have to go up or down one depending on who needs the stimulation.

It was easy to configure to 3 dogs. I googled how to do it and watched a video. They charge quickly and I think the charges last a good amount of time. I charge them before they are low so that they won’t run out while we are on a walk.

I highly recommend this product.

I can’t say enough good things about this training collar. I have a 125 pound central Asian shepherd that will bark at absolutely anything, and many times nothing at all. The breed is predisposed to be very stubborn and very barky, and my girl is no exception. This training collar is a godsend, she has come to know that when this collar goes on that she is going to be corrected for barking. She is 80% quieter with this collar on without even using the corrective features. But once she does start barking, a few seconds of correction and she stops immediately. I highly recommend this training collar, and would like to add that it is very well-made, easy to use, and battery life is excellent. It hasn’t changed her disposition in any way – she is still the same sweet loving dog that she always was.

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