Family pet. One of our rescues came to us as a true yapper and quickly turned our other dog into one! We tried everything from positive reinforcement to negative....treats, crate, even the vibration collars. Nothing seemed to effect our Maltese. Barking seemed to be more important to her than anything...until we used our Mini Einstein training collars! After 1 week of training, they don't even wear the collars now. All I have to do is call their name and hold up the transmitter! Amazing! Now we can keep our dogs AND our sanity! Thanks!
Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars. Review ID: 7440 Reviewed: 2014-01-19 Featured Review
"The results of using the collar has been positive."
By: Lynette Johnson From CO
Family pet. It was a bit hard to understand the directions, but now that I have used it, it's fairly easy. The results of using the collar has been positive. My puppy has improved with the collar. He is more behaved, and doesn't jump at our plates during dinner, and has stopped chasing the chickens.
Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars. Review ID: 8486 Reviewed: 2014-02-23
By: Pamela Conner From OH
Family pet. It took me a few days to really understand the manual and how to get it set up, but I usually struggle with technology. I was especially interested in getting it set right for my timid dog. He rarely needs any corrections, but if it is too strong for him, he freaks out for weeks. So I started with 10, out of 100. I am up to 25 and it seems to get exactly the results I am seeking. He listens, responds but is not scared. Perfect! My second dog is quite a bit more bull-headed; her number is 40, and it definitely gets her attention, but she is not afraid either. I love the lack of a warning beep, as that always frightened my timid guy. Now I correct either without alerting the other. Einstein was a bit pricier than I really wanted to go, but now I firmly believe it was worth every penny. You get what you pay for, and I got what I asked for in this setup. By the way, my timid corgi is 25 lbs, and the strong-willed pappy is 20 lbs. These are regular lap dogs that live a very good life. I would not hesitate to use this setup on even the smallest of pets, as it is designed to be extremely gentle.
Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars. Review ID: 8039 Reviewed: 2014-02-07
By: Lee Seibold From IN
Family pet. Battery lasts for a couple days at a time. Excellent range. Neat vibrating function. Lights on the collars for taking walks or playing in the dark. I like the stopwatch style remote. Easy to operate. I like how the collars cannot accidentally be turned off due to the magnetic on off connector. I like how it has a find me feature which beeps if you ever lose the receiver from the dog. The only negative is that it's difficult to figure out the boosting mode without reading the instructions. But even that's not much of a problem.
Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars. Review ID: 17156 Reviewed: 2014-12-30
"It took me a little bit to understand the directions to program the collars, but other than that they are great."
By: Julie Perry From TN
Family pet. It took me a little bit to understand the directions to program the collars, but other than that they are great. It is nice to be able to correct either dog with just a touch of a button. I have not had any low battery issues, but I do try to plug them in once a week to charge.
Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars. Review ID: 18470 Reviewed: 2015-02-08
"The mini educator collars have been very effective training tools, and within a few days the dogs have a new respect for house rules with a clear, fair, and safe deterrent!"
By: Michelle Miller From CA
Family pet. I have years of experience using ecollars for training K9's. We purchased the 2 collar mini educator to reinforce nuisance barking and basic house manners for our house dogs. This system allows me to find the best sensitivity for each dog and lock the number in. This helps when more than one person is using the remote to correct a dog. The mini educator collars have been very effective training tools, and within a few days the dogs have a new respect for house rules with a clear, fair, and safe deterrent!
Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars. Review ID: 23064 Reviewed: 2015-08-23
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The Mini-Educator ET-302-A is a medium range two dog remote training collar with a smaller transmitter that is perfect for smaller hands. The receiver collars are also smaller -- they can fit dogs as small as 8 pounds but still have plenty of stimulation for most dogs. (2" x 1.5" x 1")
The Educator's COS ("Control of Stimulation") technology provides very clean stimulation without the normal head jerking found with some other training collars. The ability to set the boost level from 1 to 60 lets you tailor the boost stimulation to your dog's temperament. Smaller dogs typically need 1 to 20 while bigger more stubborn dogs use the 20 to 60 boost range. The "Tapping Sensation" is similar to vibration, but is more intense, making it a good non-stimulation alternative. The ergonomic stop watch style transmitter is designed to be easy to use, letting you watch your dog instead of your transmitter. The night tracking light is remotely controlled by the transmitter and can be set to either flash or remain lit continuously. If you lose or misplace your transmitter, the Lost Transmitter Beeper can help you find it. The transmitter even floats, so you don't have to worry if you drop it in the lake!
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