Dog Training Collars

The Doges Shock Collars do everything that good dog training collars are supposed to do - check unruly behaviour, train the dogs and importantly, not

Teaching Basic Dog Obedience Training Steps

The “Come” Command

  1. Put a separate, non-metallic collar on your pet’s neck ABOVE the Receiver Collar, and attach a 10-foot leash.Note: Be sure the extra collar does not put pressure on the Contact Points.
  2. Hold your leash in one hand and the Remote Transmitter in the other.
  3. Wait for your pet to walk away from you. Using the Recognition Level for your pet, press and hold the Stimulation Only Button on your Remote Transmitter.
  4. Immediately give the command “Come” while continuing to hold the Stimulation Only Button.
  5. Using the leash, gently guide your pet toward you until he begins to come in your direction.
  6. Immediately release the Stimulation Only Button as soon as your pet steps towards you, and praise him enthusiastically.
  7. Quickly move backwards as your pet begins to come back to you, praising him the entire time.
  8. Praise your pet when he returns to you.
  9. Repeat Steps 3 through 8.

Note: If your pet breaks the “Sit” command, repeat steps 3 through 6. Keep your pet close to

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Best Training Collars For Small and Medium Dogs

Doged Collars offer the best Dog shock training collar in the market with great safety as well as quality record. A wide coverage lets you control your dog's behavior from a distance of up to 900 feet.

  • Two-Dog Trainer: This allows you to use one transmitter to control 2 collars at once. This can come in handy if you have two dogs that you are training at the same time.

  • Automatic Power Saving Mode: The collar is set up so that after 4 minutes of being inactive it is powered off. If the collar senses any movement on behalf of the dog, it will go to into Standby Mode. The remote goes into Standby Mode after just 20 seconds of no use, and if it is inactive for 2 minutes it will shut off.
  • Wide Range of Use: The collar has a range of 300 meters, meaning that the transmitter will still work effectively even if you are up to 300 meters away from the receiver.
  • Small Remote & Collar: The remote and collar are both small in size, making it convenient to carry around and suitable for s
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Tips To Choosing a Dog Shock Training Collar ó 2018 Top Remote Collars

The old saying, “You get what you pay for”, completely applies when deciding on a dog shock training collar. This doesn’t mean that you have to buy the most expensive remote trainer on the market, $180 is a bit much unless your training for hunting, but you should avoid the buying cheapest.

Low cost dog shock trainers typically have the following problems:
  • Low cost parts that can fail unexpectedly causing harm to your dog (ex. continuous shocking)
  • Low quality rechargeable batteries that do not hold charges
  • Durability problems as cheaper materials are used to construct the entire body of the remote and collar
  • Inaccurate shock delivery based on level (ex. at level 20 delivers shock that should be at level 80)
A good remote training system will have the 3 most important modes:

Tone — Used to give warning signal to dog before other training mode is delivered Vibration — The most used stimulation method. Most dogs can be trained with vibration. Shock — Used as the last re

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