- Great for training as well as keeping dog within confined area
- Options for beep, vibration, or shock
- Great customer service
If you’re trying to train your dog, but worried about a Martingale not doing enough to keep them in line or a prong being too much brute force strength, you can try a shock collar. This one happens to have other settings besides the shock (which customer say only feels like the static shock you’d get by rubbing your feet on the floor), so you can train your dog using a series of beeps or vibrations, too.
Some customers say the shock stops working after a short while, which obviously defeats the purpose. However, there is a lifetime guarantee with this collar and customer service is fantastic, so this shouldn’t be a concern.
Style: This is what’s known as a shock training collar, though it’s a bit of a misnomer as it doesn’t have to deliver a shock if you don’t want it to. You can customize how it works and control it with a well-lit and easy to read LCD remote.
Comfort: Despite the actual discomfort of the collar stimulation, your dog should feel comfortable enough wearing this out and about.
Security: The whole point of this collar is security. So if you’re nervous about your dog chewing off their collar, trying to run off, or escape outside your property’s boundaries, this is a good collar choice.
Price: Well, considering this is more than just a piece of nylon that goes around your neck, this high price includes the cost of the technology too.
- Rated #4 in 8 Best Dog Collars