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Yard and Park Static Remote Trainer

SKU# PDT00-12470

$149.99
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Description

With a range of up to 400 yards away, this trainer lets you train your dog even when he’s not wearing a leash. Teach your dog new obedience commands or teach him not to misbehave. The unit has 8 levels of static correction and a lightweight collar that can fit any dog comfortably. The rechargeable remote and collar mean no batteries to buy.

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Features

  • For dogs 8 pounds and up
  • 8 adjustable levels of static correction
  • Tone-only mode alerts your pet with a beep
  • Range up to 400 yards
  • Train 2 dogs with an extra collar
  • Waterproof remote transmitter and receiver collar
  • Collar and remote use included rechargeable batteries (built-in; replaceable)
  • Part Numbers: RFA-416, RFA-417, FR-200P

Yard and Park Static Remote Trainer

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Works Well, 5/17/14
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Love the product! Have had it for 3-4 years. Only problem is the first remote the button stopped working. Now the second remote stopped working...seems electrical.

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Great product until it stops working..then great customer service!, 5/1/14
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I bought the yard and park trainer for my small pitbull. Mainly for use while hiking in the woods and at the dog park. She is very good until the other dogs would start 'fighting' and then she would try to jump in. And seeing that she is a pitbull if any thing were to happen I feel she would get the blame regardless of what dog started it. After the brief initial training all she needs is the tone and she comes right back to me.(I only use one tone as the 2 tone seemed to confuse her) The only time she gets a correction is when she tries to jump up for attention.
The system worked great for 2 years and then had a problem with the range(would not work beyond 8'). I called customer service and they sent me out a new remote/transmiter for a service fee. After the system had been sitting over the winter I had the same problem and called customer service again. I was offered a free replacement receiver/collar seeing that the remote was replaced last time. I asked if I could have another remote if I paid the service fee again and they agreed. Now I have a new collar and transmiter. The customer service is great and the product is great when it works.


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Great for a stubborn little terrier, 4/26/14
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My dog was inherited from a male friend. His original daddy was very "alpha" and had good control over him, he pretty much ignores me when I tell him to do something...probably because I don't get all intimidating and growly like his last owner. I'm told my voice is pitched too high, well I'm female there isn't much I can do about that. I have the wireless pirf-100 in my living room and a in-ground collar to stop the dash out the door problem but I wanted something else for when we go places, especially in the car because he likes to dash out the door when I stop for gas, to take a bio break etc. Like somebody else mentioned I wish this unit had the vibrate like the in-ground collars have. For us, the beep is mostly all we need, it covers my back yard and if he starts barking a beep or two lets him know that needs to stop or that it's time for him to come in. When we go anyplace I tell him to stay and hit the beep a few times to reinforce, he gets the idea and doesn't try to jump out the door when I open it. I don't really use it as a training method so much as a way to gain some control along with voice commands. He only had to be zapped a couple of times. I wish people wouldn't call it a "shock" collar because it's a "static" shock collar which is really a lot different. Most people picture these like a taser but that isn't what it is at all. I see people with prong collars on their stubborn dogs, now I think those look cruel would rather have this any time. I've had this a year and it's still working great, if you use it continuously all day it will need a good long recharge..I've only had the battery go dead once when he wore it nearly 24 hours when we were on a trip.

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