Electronic Dog Collar

With a 900 feet range, electronic Dog Collar such as Doged shock collars can be extremely helpful in training and modifying the unwanted behavior of y

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Top Dog Shock Training Collars - dogedcollars.com

Have you just got a new dog home and have no clue as to how to train the adorable creature? Well, the safest solution to your above requirement is a shock training collar for dogs. This will enable you to keep your pet’s unruly behavior under check and its movement under control.

When it comes to training your dear dog all by yourself, there is no better alternative than Dog Ed’s shock training collars for dogs. These dog training collars actually make the arduous task of training your pets so much more convenient and fun. With three different modes of operation and over 100 levels of shock and vibrations on offer, you can decide the consequence in proportion to the kind of error the dog makes. Both, battery operated and rechargeable versions of these collars are available and the automatic power saver feature on the receiver makes sure that the battery has a long life, eliminating the need for frequent replacement.

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DogTech Top Trainer 160 - Dog Shock Training Collars

Teach your dog to obey your every command with the DogTech Top Trainer 160 Waterproof & Rechargeable Long Range Dog Training Collar. Designed to improve behavior with your choice of training modes, this collar effectively helps him understand your intentions. Using the remote, it works within a 2400 ft range, allowing you to deliver static shock, vibration, or beep. The adjustable intensity at each mode allows you to find just the right level, making it easier than ever to train your dog. The remote is made of a durable, matte material for a comfortable fit and feel, and it’s great for everywhere from the dog park to your own backyard.

Designed to solve the following problems:
  • Not listing to basic commands (Sit, Stay, Come)
  • Barking & Howling
  • Jumping
  • Running Away
  • Nipping & bitting
  • Chewing & Digging
  • Leash Pulling


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