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  • The are different shock intensity settings, which I think is a wonderful idea

    • by arabgirl28
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      Our Brittany spaniel used to run away at home and run off while hunting. It is easy to use and has such an affect on the dog that you don’t have to use it often.

      The thing isn’t cheap at $160, but if you think anything of your dog - it is better than having your pooch hit by a car

      or lost in the woods.

      It can be worn all over the place and isn’t that big.

      It is about the size of 3 fingers side by side.

      Since the majority of it is plastic, it tolerates moisture really well.

      The remote that goes with it isn’t that large either.

      The way that it works is you give a ...

      • command and if the dog ignores you, then he gets a zap.

        Pretty soon he realizes that if he doesn’t listen to your command he gets a zap.

        The are different shock intensity settings, which I think is a wonderful idea.

        The collar has 2 pointed metal points and is adjustable to neck size of the dog.

        When the

        remote is engaged, the dog is shocked through the points.

        The box on the collar and the remote respectively uses 3 and 9 volt batteries and if you use it a lot or have a lot of dogs, the batteries don’t last that long.

        It works through all sorts of hair coats, although you have to make sure that there is skin contact.

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