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"I recommend it for any trainer with a really difficult dog"



By: Sandra Portzer From TX

Family pet.


My 5 year old female Great Pyrenees is notorious for getting out of her yard - either chewing a hole through the mesh, climbing the gate (which is now electrified along with the rest of the fence) or digging under. Then, when called after getting out, she would run the other way. (Comes just fine when loose in the yard.) Just two weeks of intermittent observation and timely shocks have her staying in her yard and coming at a run when turned loose (admittedly a pretty rowdy training time, but well worth it). I trained and competed with obedience dogs for years and never needed a shock collar, but this dog is REALLY hard-headed. The collar performed every time and is easy to use. I recommend it for any trainer with a really difficult dog, but as with any type of training, timing is everything, especially with a shock collar because it leaves a permanent impression.

Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars.
Review ID: 14538
Reviewed: 2014-10-15

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