Half-Mile Dog Remote Trainer

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Half-Mile Dog Remote Trainer

Ahh…. This beauty solves the young Labrador parent dilemma. You know, the one where the lab sees his neighbor for the first time and goes buck crazy, barking loudly and ferociously, and all you can do is apologize because you know he’s really good at home…. Yeah, that problem.

Now, you can practice basic decorum with this handy electronic collar and transmitter. If and when your dog exhibits unfavorable behavior, you can release a pulse that would grab his attention quickly.

The zap feature may sound harsher than it is but the vibration your lab would feel on his neck is just enough to keep him obedient and away from the neighbor’s dog!

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