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PetSafe Big Dog Remote Trainer, PDT00-13411

SKU: 369003299
PetSafe Big Dog Remote Trainer, PDT00-13411
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The PetSafe Big Dog Remote Trainer is an easy and safe way to train your dog off-leash. You can use the remote trainer to teach your dog new commands and stop bad behavior. Simply press a button and your dog will receive a harmless, but annoying static correction that gets your dog's attention. with 16 levels to choose from, you can be sure to find just the right level for your dog.

  • 100 Yard Range - Great for indoors and smaller outdoor spaces
  • 16 Adjustable Levels - Static stimulation and 1 tone (beep) level to teach commands and correct behavior
  • Boost Button - for situations where you need your pet to "stop now"
  • Waterproof Collar - for all of your dog's outdoor activities
  • Batteries Included - System requires four PetSafe's RFA-35-11 batteries
  • For Medium and Large Dogs - Designed for dogs over 40 lb; fits neck sizes up to 28 inches

Specification Description
Brand: PetSafe
Maximum Neck Circumference: 26 in.
Number of Correction Levels: 16
Additional Item(s) Included: None
Type: Remote Trainer
Application/Use: Dog Training
Pet Type: Dog
CountryofOrigin: Imported
Power Type: Battery
Product Height: 6.38
Package Quantity: 1
Minimum Neck Circumference: 6 in.
Special Feature(s): None
Warranty: 1-Year Limited
Product Length: 6
Product Width: 2.88
Part Number: PDT00-13411
Type of Receiver Battery: CR2032
Material: Plastic
Product Weight: 0.66
Width: 3/4 in.
Length: 28 in.
Low Battery Indicator: Yes
Maximum Range: 100 yd.
Type of Transmitter Battery: CR2032
Pet Size: 8 lb. and Up
Compatibility: None
Pet Type: Dog
Manufacturer Part Number PDT00-13411
PetSafe Big Dog Remote Trainer, PDT00-13411 is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Petsafe big dog remote Awesome product.its working great for my German shepherd half pitbull
Date published: 2019-09-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DO NOT BUY!! This product left holes in our dogs neck! The prongs burned through his skin leaving him in pain and us spending a lot at the vet. Please do not buy this product!! It is not safe!!
Date published: 2018-09-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from poorly made I bought this unit about 1 month ago and was having reasonable result when I let my dog out for a potty break and he didn't respond to the stimulation. when she returned the entire receiver unit was missing from the collar.
Date published: 2018-08-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It works.. when it decides to. We got this remote trainer to try and subdue our dogs guarding habit. When he alerts himself to a car passing the house, we let a beep sound warn him. If he then continues to grumble, he gets a Low zap. Usually that works. Sometimes the +2 is necessary, but when we are consistent to get him at the starting signs, he usually doesn't go into full bark mode. That is where the problem lies. This remote trainer, RFA-467 by Petsafe, is way to finicky with its connectivity. We try and get the warning beep out, but usually by pressing that button, we only trigger the remote to reconnect to the collar, and usually by then our dog is already way more alert. We don't want to zap him without warning, because usually a warning is enough to subdue him. But this remote makes that hard, since sometimes we don't know if it's beeped or not, over the sound of our dogs grumbles. Then another awful thing is that half the time there is no way of knowing if the thing has zapped at the lower level. The light on the remote is supposed to help indicate that it's sent out the signal, but there is no feedback that it actually zapped. So we've had that for the first levels of warning (beep, low 3, low 5, low 7) it never zapped our dog. By then he's still barking, and we're at low 9/ high 2 before the first zap registers, and startles our dog. During this process there is no way of knowing that it hasn't been registering, until our dog suddenly over reacts. You might say we should never go that high, but when we started using this trainer a few days ago, it wasn't until we reached high2/high 4 that he would even concider not guarding. Since then we have been able to reduce the level, but the inconsistencies of the trainer make being consistent in our training very difficult. Another huge, but seemingly small issue, are the sounds the trainer makes. The fact that the remote control makes a click noise when you press any button is a huge issue, since our dog is intelligent enough to know that it means we intend on using the zapper. We have to press - 1 button to now trigger the remote to connect, which is something we do to prepare for, let's say, the mail man coming to the door. When we do this our dog now will recognize that it is the time for him to be alert, so sometimes he will actually be triggered to be alert with a mere click of the remote. Related to this is the issue with the on and off sound the collar makes. It beeps when you turn it off and on, for those of you who don't own this device yet. This is a massive issue for us, since it is the exact same beep sound the trainer makes when you try and warn the dog that a shock is coming. Our dog, when we turn on or off the collar (not even on him!) will look at us as though he is uncomfortable, since he doesn't understand what he did to elicit this warning, and potential zap. We now have to turn the device off or on in an entirely different section of the house, so our dog doesn't confuse the two noises! All and all the trainer is a good idea, but due to connectivity issues, inconsistent training ability, and confusion and added awareness with the sounds the remote trainer make, without any feedback for the user as to whether or not the device is actually working as its supposed to, I'd not recommend this to be an appropriate training solution. When using a remote trainer, consistentcy is an absolute must, and I can't afford to keep sending our dog mixed signals.
Date published: 2018-03-26
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