Whether your dog needs to stop digging in the trash or brush up on obedience commands, our remote training collars (with handheld transmitters) allow you to safely teach them better behavior. The best remote trainer for your pet depends on:
- Your dog’s size
- Your dog’s temperament/personality
- Features such as range and tone options
Which Training Tool Is Right for You & Your Dog?
How Remote Trainers Work
Teach your dog obedience and stop misbehavior
Remote trainers help you reinforce the behaviors you want from your dog, such as coming when called. They also let you correct chasing, digging, and other unwanted behaviors. When you push a button on the handheld remote, your dog will receive a stimulation from his electronic collar. The stimulation gets his attention and lets you communicate clearly and consistently. It’s nice to know he’ll listen when you speak to him!
- Teach basic commands including Sit, Stay, and Come
- Prevent dangerous or annoying behavior such as pulling, digging, and chewing
- Train off-leash from up to 1,000 yards away
- Choose from static, spray, vibration, ultrasonic, and tone
- Train 2 dogs at the same time
- Not recommended for barking problems
Choosing the Best Stimulation Type for Your Dog
Options for every personality
Each dog has a different temperament, and some forms of stimulation work better than others for certain dogs. With 4 stimulation types to choose from, you can find the most effective way to get your dog’s attention.
|Safe, gentle stimulation
|Quick burst of spray
(citronella/unscented) or tone
patterns of vibration
only dogs can hear
on all dogs
|Best for sensitive dogs
or dogs who dislike water
|Best for sensitive
or deaf dogs
|Best for sensitive dogs
without hearing problems
Training Your Dog with a Remote Trainer
Consistent, effective dog training
We’ll walk you through using a remote trainer for basic obedience training and for preventing unwanted behavior. You and your dog will soon be communicating on a whole new level.
- Fitting the collar
- Finding the perfect recognition level
- Teaching Sit, Come, Stay, and Heel
- Discouraging jumping, digging, and chasing
Better Walks For Theo the Golden Retriever
With a remote trainer
Clark tells the story of his dog Theo, whose unique shadow-chasing habit created a bit of a training challenge for his family, and how he overcame it with the help of a remote trainer.
“On a Friday when I was walking him on a leash, he was pulling and chasing his shadow, and by Sunday afternoon I could actually walk him in the neighborhood without a leash, just using the PetSafe collar, and he would stay right by my side.”