Bousnic Dog Shock Collar – 3300Ft Dog Training Collar with Remote

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10 reviews for Bousnic Dog Shock Collar – 3300Ft Dog Training Collar with Remote

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  1. edgar mejia

    Originally planned on waiting at least a month before doing a review but well we’ll get to that. Its been two weeks since we bought this for our mischievous beagle. Hes easily bored and so the collar has helped alot when he starts climbing onto the dining room table or destroying furniture.
    The vibration function works so well for this. Stops him in his tracks and gets him away from the location.
    The beep function is great for recall if like us you like to give your pet free roam. He comes looking for us when he hears the beep.
    We dont use the shock function but i have tested it on myself from the lowest to highest setting (i wouldn’t use anything on my buddy that i wouldnt use myself) and can appreciate the variation of strength. It can be so light you barely feel it or it can be as strong as a muscle stimulator.
    Now the reason for the sooner than expected review is because i just recently became amazed with how durable the product is. I accidentally left the remote on my cars trunk before an outing and by the time i realized and turned around to find it, it had already been run over by traffic. However it STILL WORKS PERFECTLY. buttons are fine. Screen is prestine. The only thing that took a beeting is the casing and even that looks and feels strong still aside from a crack in the antenna housing. It really is strong, though i wouldnt recommended testing it yourself lol

    Overall im very impressed and only regret not buying a second collar for my moms dog.

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  2. Karen Garst

    Got this for our 9 month old, large Golden Doodle just to reinforce some training with regards to recall. He is easily tempted by other dogs and people- he loves everyone- and we’re working with him to not run up to anyone. He’s very smart and responds to just the beep- we have not had to use the vibrate or shock. This collar works great for him- it has good range, it’s easy to figure out how to use, I was able to fit to our dog and trim excess collar and no fraying or anything, it’s worked in the rain. The 1 major flaw in my opinion is that to turn the collar OFF you press and hold a button on the collar and it BEEPS LOUDLY. If using this collar- BEWARE of that. I go outside or inside- depending on circumstances- OUT OF EARSHOT of our dog to turn off the collar because it’s super confusing to turn it off anywhere around him because of the loud beeps that make him think he’s done something wrong. When you turn the collar on it vibrates- why not do that for turning it off????
    Other than that 1 major flaw , we love the way it’s worked out.

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  3. ElissiaSoito

    I have many years experience with training and some experience with training collars. The collar is satisfactory for average casual use to correct behavior for a pet.
    It is not comparable for training collars for sporting dogs or serious hunting animals. Obviously. You’re going to have to make the real investment for pro products. This collar wouldn’t last or preform in my family kennels training championship hunting dogs obviously.
    I didn’t purchase the collar expecting pro results. It works beautifully for what I needed.
    So if you need a corrective device for casual at home use for a troublesome PET, this collar so meet those needs

    What stands out is the owner. I cannot say adequately how impressed and pleased I am with this owner.
    I was contacted 24 hours after it’s arrival. I was thanked for the choice to purchase his product, offered assistance if any was needed. He likewise did another followup, offered advice for issues I had and provided links for proper use tutorials.
    I felt appreciated, which I greatly appreciate. Money is not easily earned so when it’s appreciated that I chose to down it with a vendor it means alot to me. More then you know. I’m sick to death if being treated like a annoyance by the local Walmart and others like them. When it’s me that pays their mortgage.
    This purchase was pleasant in every way.

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  4. Emily Stevenson

    My one year old chiweenie terrier (I know, what a mix, right???) Went through a “phase” prior to being fixed. We have eight acres and I have always been able to let him out the door, he’ll do his business, sniff around the yard, come back in. I could always leave the doors open… until the “PHASE”. He decided it was time to roam down the road, even after multiple times of me chasing him down the road and whooping his butt. It would phase him in the moment, but a hour later, he was back down the road. This collar was a God send. He realized I didn’t have to be on top of him to be in trouble. People in reviews will say “I never even had to use the shock” well I did. ONE TIME. Now the collar doesn’t even have to be on him and I’ll chirp him and he will correct whatever behavior is unpleasant, from excessive barking, traveling too far, tearing up a paper towel, ect. It reached him over 1000ft away. The warning chirp is loud and high pitched. Remote is extremely easy to use. Great quality. Perfect for any young dog. And I would 10/10 recommend.

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  5. Amazon Customer

    I bought one collar that just vibrated and it had no effect on my dog whatsoever. This one on the otherhand is great! I love that it has sound, vibration, and shock modes. I have not even had to use the shock mode as of yet on my chiweenie for barking. He hates just the beeping sound it puts off! I have only used vibrate maybe 3 times total. Highly recommend. It is very easy to use. Has a great battery life.

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  6. snip

    Our 7mo male Springer had some typical puppy issues from the start so we tried patience and positive reinforcement. We thought we knew a lot because our last Springer was so well behaved and obedient.

    But even after neutering, we were at wits end with Charlie’s obsessions and issues: soft biting, jumping, pulling on his lead like he was in the Iditarod, attacking anything in our hands, and worst of all, eating ANYTHING in the yard, especially toxic bulbs, slugs, etc. We had to keep him on a lead in our fenced-in yard! We tried every kind of harness and lead. This is one stubborn dog who thought NO was a challenge.

    The first hour saw a complete transformation. It’s as if the vibration and/or beeping interrupted the obsessive-compulsive track in his brain. (We only used the shock function once accidentally when hubby bent down while it was on and accidentally hit that button; take care.)

    Charlie got calm, listened when we said NO, even when no stimulus was applied (on close to lowest settings). In day 2, he seemed to want us to put the collar on him! (Take it off at night.) I used one short vibration to make him RUN from the emerging rhubarb shoots (toxic). This was after beheading the crocus flowers (toxic) and digging up all the calla lillies. We have 100s of bulbs and plants our other animals have completely ignored.

    We are so happy to have a way to communicate with him that is effective, safe and saves our sanity. And Charlie seems a lot happier. We were the kind of people who never imagined using a shock collar. In talking with others who use one, they all say they’ve only used the other two functions. Maybe a rebranding is in order?

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  7. Rebecca Karban

    We adopted a dog from the shelter and we struggled with leash training for a few months before we finally decided to try an e-collar. She gets overly excited when she sees other dogs and would start pulling, barking, and whining anytime we would get too close to another dog. She is about 50 lbs and very strong, so it was difficult to redirect her and she never cared about pulling against her collar and would just ignore my corrections. I also tried a gentle leader with her, which helped with the pulling but she would still bark like crazy. This e-collar has been a lifesaver and she is a completely different dog now.

    We started with just the beeping to get her attention, then moved to the vibrate whenever she ignored the beeping. Once we felt more comfortable with the collar and took her on the first walk with it on, we used the shock setting when we saw the first dog and she started to bark and pull. She ignored level 5/99 and did not respond until level 10, but once we did level 10 she immediately stopped barking and sat beside me and just watched the dog as it passed on the other side of the street.

    We have been using the collar consistently for about a month and she has made incredible progress. We are now practicing with her being off-leash so that she can have more freedom to enjoy her time outside. We only use the shock (still at level 15 max) if she is unresponsive to the beep/vibrate and we need to recall her quickly. She has been doing a great job of staying relatively close to us while outside and her behavior when we see another dog has transformed. She will still whine a bit and watch the other dogs because she wants to play, but she stays near us and is no longer barking and pulling.

    For the vibrate setting, we usually use this at its maximum level (16), as it seems like it is not that strong and our dog will ignore it completely if we lower the level past 12. The beeping setting has a pretty good range, but we normally use it around levels 5-8 because she responds more to the higher-pitched sound than the louder/lower sound it has at level 1.

    For the shock setting, it seems crazy to myself and my boyfriend that this collar can go all the way up to level 99. My boyfriend tried up to level 15 on himself (which is the max we will use on our dog), and that has been plenty for us. Our dog is a shepherd mix and about 50 lbs at 11 months old. We make sure that the collar is snug against her neck and will only use the shock when absolutely necessary. She jumps just a little when we use it, but does not yelp or cry at all.

    The battery life on this has been great. I have charged it twice so far overnight, but both times the battery still had 2/4 bars left and I could have used it for longer before charging. We have been using it every day when we go for walks or to the park to play. I turn off the remote and collar when we’re not using them and this might be helping the battery last even longer. The range on the remote is great so far, but I also try to stay proactive to keep her in my line of sight and not let her get too far away before recalling her.

    On the remote, it is kind of easy to accidentally switch the remote off or to the second channel if you’re not paying attention and holding the remote wrong. Other than my user-error, I like the controls on the remote and how easy it is to use. I like that this remote gives you the ability to switch quickly between the 3 settings – I have been able to use the buttons quickly when training off leash and my dog looks like she’s about to take off and I need her to come back to me.

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  8. John Cummings

    Very good product. Easy to charge, holds charge for long periods of time, over a week at a time for both. I only put it on our 40 lb fluffy Weaton Terrier when we go outside off leash. He has impulse control problems, very social, wants to meet everyone and every dog. He is a rescue and I’m positive whoever owned him before we did, trained him on one. The beep is the first button and you can easily adjust the volume. I don’t have it very loud. I push the beep button and he comes right back to me.
    The second button is the vibration and that’s easily adjusted. I have it a little higher than the beep because he’s so fluffy right now. I do have the long prongs and covers on. I have only had to use the vibration once. He comes right back. The third button is the shock. I have it on the the next to the lowest setting. I’ve never had to use it and I don’t plan on it unless it something very serious. He definitely knows what it is. The collar is light weight, sturdy, plenty long enough, I cut at least 5 inches off and melted the end. I highly recommend, read the directions several times and go over it several times with anyone in the family that will use it.

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  9. N

    Sorry, this review is long, but it sheds light on all of the reasons why this is the perfect remote training collar for us.
    Our 2 yr old Shihtzu weighs 10-1/2 lbs and brings a whole new definition to the word “stubborn”.
    He responds to the word “come” with, “No thanks, I’ll get back to you later.”
    We live in the rural country landscape with a large yard. When our pup was 10 months old, we borrowed my brother-in-law’s wireless fence to limit boundaries. Unfortunately, the receiver on the collar was too bulky for a small dog, and the electrode prongs were too long. We had set the shock to low, but it was still too strong. The sight of the collar terrified the young dog and would sit on the sidewalk and refuse to walk at all in the yard. We searched stores for a smaller receiver collar, but gave up.
    He is now 2 years old. The defiance, stubbornness and un-controllable high-pitched barking has become intolerable. In desperation, I started searching Amazon to find a smaller appropriate remote controlled training collar.
    At first, I search only for non-shock collars. Due to the attitude of our furry friend, and our limited budget, I could not justify buying only a non-shock collar in case he should ignore the beep & vibrate, and then need to upgrade to the “zapper”, thus having to purchase two different models.
    I also noticed that most of the collars had narrow plastic bands with numerous adjustment holes that other people were complaining of cracking and breaking.
    During my research, I kept going back to the “bousnic training collar”. It had a quality, comfortable nylon collar with a durable quick lock buckle. The receiver box was smaller than most. The prongs were shorter and came with rubber caps already in place to prevent accidental shock, while also providing a comfort layer between the prongs and the dog’s neck. The bright orange & black collar and remote that we chose are easy to find quickly.
    My husband had the week off when the remote training collar arrived. When I came home from work the first day, my husband and the shihtzu met me outside. My husband was smiling and the dog was actually sitting patiently on the ground beside him. This never happens ! My husband was thrilled with the immediate results. He never had to use the shock at all. He used the vibrate only once the first day. The dog responded positively to just using the BEEP. Our dog learned to obey the “come” command in just the first day !!! Our new angel is calmer and happy to roam the yard off-leash with us. We keep the collar on him only while we are at home during awake time. We always take it off when going to bed, or before leaving for work. He now knows the collar as his “play outside” collar and readily comes to me to put it on !
    We also use the beeper inside to limit frantic barking when he sees the neighbors passing by.
    We enjoy having the freedom of the remote to take the dog with us wherever we choose to go.
    We have only been using this “bousnic training collar” for 2 weeks, and we could not be more pleased with the results. My husband & I are also more relaxed and less stressed because we know that our dog is now safely under control. This has been our best pet investment, at an affordable price. We only wish that we had found this bousnic training collar a year and a half ago.
    THANK YOU FOR A WONDERFUL, TRUSTWORTHY, QUALITY PRODUCT !!! May God bless you, as you have blessed our family.

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  10. Kay

    Battery lasts a long time and once I figured out how to set up the controller easy to use. It has done wonders with training. Collar is decent as well for material and I don’t see it being ripped easily. The beeper is loud enough to be heard from a distance as well which is nice.

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