Bousnic Dog Training Collar 2 Dogs Upgraded 1000ft Remote Rechargeable Waterproof Electric Shock Collar with Beep Vibration Shock for Small Medium Large Dogs

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  • Safe, Effective, Humane Training Modes — These Bousnic shock collar for dogs offer customized Static Shock (1-16) and Vibration(1-8) levels, as well as a standard “Tone” mode. These variable stimulations can be tailored to your dog’s temperament, while the adjustable nylon collar fits 0-27” in length.
  • Indoor & Outdoor Versatility — The remote for this dog training collar can reach up to 1,000’, allowing you to train dogs in the backyard, the park, or anywhere else. The remote also features a dual channel to support training 2 dogs simultaneously.
  • Premium, Ergonomic Design — The easy-access button sizes and simpler format are easier to operate for pet owners and help dogs learn commands more effectively. A premium training collar for expert trainers and new pet owners, the conductive silicone prongs are also safe on coats and skin.
  • Rechargeable, Waterproof Durability — Rated IP67 waterproof, this collar receiver works doesn’t need to be taken off when your dog goes for a swim, chases toys around a pool, or plays in the rain. Each dog shock collar boasts Lithium-Polymer batteries that charge in 2-3 hours and last 15-20 days.
  • 1-Year Worry-free Warranty — Every Bousnic Dog Training Collar offers 1 YEARS Replacement or Refund Warranty. What you get: 2 x receiver collar; 1 x remote transmitter; 1 x charging adapter; 1 x [2 in 1] charging cable; 1 x static shock test light; 4 pairs metal prongs, 4 pairs rubber conductive anti-injury prongs; 1 x user's Manual.

Bousnic Dog Training Collar 2 Dogs Upgraded 1000ft Remote Rechargeable Waterproof Electric Shock Collar with Beep Vibration Shock for Small Medium Large Dogs

Bousnic Dog Training Collar 2 Dogs Upgraded 1000ft Remote Rechargeable Waterproof Electric Shock Collar with Beep Vibration Shock for Small Medium Large Dogs

Bousnic Dog Training Collar 2 Dogs Upgraded 1000ft Remote Rechargeable Waterproof Electric Shock Collar with Beep Vibration Shock for Small Medium Large Dogs

Bousnic Dog Training Collar 2 Dogs Upgraded 1000ft Remote Rechargeable Waterproof Electric Shock Collar with Beep Vibration Shock for Small Medium Large Dogs

Bousnic Dog Training Collar 2 Dogs Upgraded 1000ft Remote Rechargeable Waterproof Electric Shock Collar with Beep Vibration Shock for Small Medium Large Dogs

Bousnic Dog Training Collar 2 Dogs Upgraded 1000ft Remote Rechargeable Waterproof Electric Shock Collar with Beep Vibration Shock for Small Medium Large Dogs

Bousnic Dog Training Collar 2 Dogs Upgraded 1000ft Remote Rechargeable Waterproof Electric Shock Collar with Beep Vibration Shock for Small Medium Large Dogs

  1. (verified owner)

    One receiver did not work but seller sent a replacement. Haven’t used the shock part yet but dogs really respond to the vibration mode.

  2. (verified owner)

    I have a crazy little Jack Russell Terrier that desperately needed some training like this! The collar is very effective and not hurtful to him. Easy to charge, works from quite a distance too! There are several modes you can use depending on your dog’s needs. Easy set up and easy to use. The receiver is small enough to go in your pocket when on hikes and walks. I recommend this product!

  3. (verified owner)

    I love the 2 dog feature. I wish it was easier to switch between dogs, but it’s not difficult. I keep it switched to the dog needing the most correction. When the 2nd dog sees me pick it up he immediately pays attention. After the first day of use both dogs pay more attention if they just notice the remote.

  4. (verified owner)

    I had 2 other collars that I had spent twice as much on from Cabelas. One never did work well, the other wouldn’t hold a charge. These work great. I have two 50 pound dogs and they were making us crazy with the barking, jumping and chewing up things that were not theirs. Life is more peaceful at our house now.

  5. (verified owner)

    Have used for last 2 weeks, worked amazing so far. Returned the 1st set I bought from a different company brand. This set was a little more expensive, but WELL worth the difference. This has helped train my puppy with nipping, barking, chewing, jumping, in a matter of 1-2 weeks! Well worth the money!!!

  6. (verified owner)

    If you’ve ever walked 3 dogs by yourself, you know how challenging it can be. I use these collars to make sure my 2 most stubborn dogs behave on walks. This is a great product that does what it advertizes. The good: all parts of the set are very sturdy and well made. The remote is very self-explanatory and I love the wrist strap so you don’t always have to hold it. The buttons for vibrate, beep, and shock are labeled with pictures that make it super clear which button does what. The screen is self-explanatory as well. Each function button is separate (unlike some other terrible training collars I’ve used where you have only one button to toggle through the beep, vibrate, and shock functions). Another button toggles between dog1 and dog2 and displays on the screen which dog you are currently on. One collar strap is yellow while the other is black so you can easily tell which dog is wearing which. Both collars paired to the remote with the push of the button on the collar on the first try. Both the remote and the the collars are rechargeable and so far, have held their charge for over two weeks with daily use without charging again. I do turn the collars off between uses and the remote automatically turns itself off when no buttons have been pushed in awhile. Both the remote and the collars can be plugged in with the same charger to charge, which is great because there are no batteries and no need for two separate chargers. The instructions are great and the product works exactly as they say it does. The instructions with photographs showing how to string the collars through the receivers were extremely helpful and I appreciated that those extra instructions with pictures were included. The beep, vibrate, and shock functions work well and the vibrate and shock functions can be adjusted separately. For example, the vibrate function can be adjusted from 1 (soft barely there vibration) to 12 (strong vibration). The shock also has 12 levels from a light static shock (1) to what must be a huge painful zap (12). I tried the shock on myself on level 1 on my finger- I would never put my dog through anything I couldn’t handle. It works, and it doesn’t feel good, but it doesn’t exactly hurt. It’s kind of like when you drag your feet on the carpet to build up static electrity and then touch a metal doorknob and get a little shock. It makes you jump, and it’s not pleasant, but it’s not painful. The set also comes with a tester you can use to test the shock. When working, the tester light comes on to indicate electricity is coming from the prongs on the collar. One of my dogs instantly responds to the beep now and heels without ever getting to the vibrate or shock. She responded with a yip to the first shock on level 1 and never needed it again. My other dog has very thick hair and is a bit more stubborn. He did not respond to the shock at all until I got to level 5. Level 5 shock makes him look up, so it probably takes more to get through his very thick fur. The instructions say to set the shock at the lowest level that gets the dog to respond, so that is where I leave it. The push of a button on the remote switches between dog 1 and dog 2 and always saves the setting levels. I haven’t tried the remote more than 20 or so feet away, but within that range it works every time. The collars themselves have two separate sets of prongs that you can change. They just screw on and off. These are the prongs that contact your dog’s neck: short ones for short haired dogs, and long ones for long haired or thick-coated dogs. I appreciate that it also came with rubber covers for each set of prongs to keep the metal from rubbing against my dogs’ necks. Also worth noting, I think the circle on the front of the receiver collars looks great and also holds the fabric of the collar firmly to the receiver. Unlike some other training collars I have tried, you do NOT have to take off the collar strap to charge the collars, which is great. The red or green light on the collar receivers makes it clear whether they are on or off.Now the bad: I had a hard time thinking of anything bad about this set, but one area that could be slightly improved upon is while you can plug in the remote and one collar at the same time to charge them using the included charging cable, you cannot plug in both collars at once. It would be nice to have a 3rd splitter on the charging cable so all 3 could be plugged in at once. But not a huge deal since the batteries last so long!Overall, a solid, affordable training set for owners of 2 dogs. I recommend it.

  7. (verified owner)

    I love the Bousnic duel training collars. I have two rescues I brought home to a 30 acre farm. Within 3 weeks they were listening well and come when I call. I like that it has vibrate and sound which alerts the dogs to come. And if that isn’t enough a small jolt brings them back. Its great to use one remote which can be switched between the dogs depending on which dog needs correcting. The Bousnic training collars helps train the dogs quickly and efficiently.

  8. (verified owner)

    Very pleased with how easy this product is to use in training our two young dogs (a doberman and a border collie/lab mix). We love that there are three modes – vibration, auditory (beep) and shock – as well as adjustable levels so that we can control the amount of correction as needed. It is very simple to increase/decrease intensity of the vibration and shock, as well as to toggle between the two dogs with the one remote. The dogs respond well to the vibration and the beep so that we rarely have to shock. They learned quickly that the beep is a warning/recall and typically will return to us to see what command we have for them.One of the receivers did break a few days after we began using the collars. We emailed Bousnic, received a response the same day, and they shipped out a new receiver the same day as well. Impressed with their quick response and excellent customer service.

  9. (verified owner)

    It works well. The only thing is that if you use one collar with the tone it is loud enough I can hear it and it effects the other dog. I do like that it shows you very well which collar you’r using and it has many options. My stubborn girl has been working well with it, it doesn’t scare her and she has been responding to commands. My older boy cant use it at all though, he has never had the collar on, but has heard the Tone from the females collar and gets so scared (even though its not on or for him) he cannot focus.

  10. (verified owner)

    These work great on my two dogs. One is 9 years old and the other is 6 months old. I watched several videos on how to train using this kind of collar. I trained each dog separately, layering things they already knew how to do on a leash then slowly replacing the leash with the collar commands. It only took one afternoon and now they can enjoy the front yard off leash when we are outside. I keep the vibration and shock on the minimum setting (which I felt on my palm before I trained them – it makes my hand jump but is not painful).I rarely resort to the statick shock. My dogs come back almost every time I beep them. The beep is very quiet, which I like because they are the only ones that have to hear it.The only thing I don’t like is that it’s easy to mix the dogs up and send signals to the wrong one. You have to look at the controller to make sure you’re signaling the correct dog.

  11. (verified owner)

    We love these collars. They have the option of sound, vibration or shock. They are a little lower profile than some of the other bulky collars which works great. It’s nice to recharge them instead of constantly replacing batteries.

  12. (verified owner)

    Don’t accidentally abuse your dog; check out some dog training videos before using a shock collar.It is highly dependent on the user’s knowledge of training and patience, but the collar works just as you would expect it to. It has a beeper, rumble, and shock function that can be used to better train your dog.I paired the beep (sound) function with a treat at a 1 to 1 ratio until my dog started returning to me with each beep. Now he always comes when beeped.I only use the shock function when my dog is actively barking aggressively or bolts away.Customer service is excellent.

  13. (verified owner)

    My 110lb. German Shepherd has always been a bit out of control . Trainers are extremely expensive around here so I decided to give the Bousnic collar a try and boy, I’m very happy with the results.From the very beginning I put the collar on him I haven’t even used the shock option. So far he has been reacting pretty well to the vibration mode. I definitely would recommend this product along with reading and watching videos on how to use anE-collar. If used properly it will definitely work..

  14. (verified owner)

    I loved this/these (I bought two) collars for the first week. Set up was easy and the remote was easy to use. I had a different collar for about two years and found the remote confusing and difficult to use so I was thrilled with this one. Thrilled until the vibrate function stopped working on one of the collars. I know the collar is properly paired because the beep and the shock work and the unit lights when I hit the vibrate button on the remote – it just doesn’t actually vibrate. I will be contacting the manufacturer and will update my review based on how they respond. Check back in a few days for the update.Well you don’t have to wait a few days for the update. I emailed Bousnic and they responded almost immediately (and it’s 10:30 pm EST). They will be replacing the defective unit. So now I’m back to liking this training collar.As I already mentioned, I had a different brand collar for about two years. It was difficult to read the transmitter on the other brand and I often corrected the wrong dog or shocked when all I wanted to do is vibrate. It was also difficult to charge the other units – you had to remove the units from the actual collars to charge which was an absolute pain.The Bousnic transmitter is, for the most part, easy to read. Charging is as simple as lifting a silicone flap and plugging in. My only suggestion to them would be to make the buttons for shock a different color. I plan on putting a dab of brightly colored nail polish on the shock button because, when my dog goes into absolute psycho mode, I can get flustered and make a mistake.

  15. (verified owner)

    We dont have a fence and our dog roams… we had a collar similar to this that we used to train her to stay in yard and to not bark so much at night, how ever every 3 days it needed to be recharged! These have been wonderful! I ordered the 2 pack so I could have one charged and ready when the other lost charge, however we are over a week in and I havent had to swap them yet!!!

  16. (verified owner)

    Both collars are unreliable. Vibration is so weak at highest setting it doesn’t even affect our Pom in the slightest. Also the tone is barely audible that even the dog doesn’t hear it when it’s windy. Worst collar I’ve ever bought. Have had a week and pretty sure I can’t even return it because I cut the collar and one of the u it’s is scratched while we were trying them out. Absolutely disappointing. Our other collar was 25 dollars on here and it was the best collar ever.

  17. (verified owner)

    Love these collars! Highly recommend them!This is the 3rd brand that we’ve tried and I wish we started with them, could have saved a lot of money! The only time we take the collars off our dogs is when they need to be charged and that’s not too often which is awesome. A nice touch that this company did, that others haven’t, is that they put reflective stitching in both the green and black fabric, that small detail is so helpful. My dogs have russet and brindle coloring so they are camouflaged really well in the woods, the collars help find them at night!We haven’t had to use the shock mode on our dogs because the virbrate is perfect to remind them that they shouldn’t do whatever it is that they’re doing and for one of our dogs we don’t even need that, the beep alone is perfect.Having tried 2 other brands first that either stopped charging or the vibration stopped working or it didn’t have as long of a distance range as these guys, I would suggest trying them first. They’ve really brainstormed what all the wants of a dog owner would be for a collar.

  18. (verified owner)

    First, I was very impressed with the material used for the collars. Many other brands offer a hard plastic appearing collar, which doesn’t fit the pet’s neck as comfortably or effectively. I like that the collars had different colored stitching to differentiate between my two Labrador’s-who wear them every day right now for about 4 hours. My 95 lb, 4 year old male was instantly trained using the tone, and then vibration. NO shock was needed for him to give me full authority over him! He’s very very smart and wants to please; so, in only two days he is recognizing me as leader of the pack. Even with the collar off! I’m very pleased with this product!!!My 85 lb,one year old Female Lab is a little hyper and very athletic and impulsive. She still hasn’t gotten a grip on what’s going on, but training is in process and going pretty well, considering it’s been only 2 days! My 6 mo old female lab is responsive to the tone alone, so I doubt I’ll use the shock feature much at all (which is great!). Overall I’m VERY pleased! Also—-the customer service is the best I’ve experienced in a long time. Last night( a Saturday nite)…I was on the Bousnic FB page reading up on the devices. I asked a question on a particular comment, and was immediately messaged by support! They answered my question I’d submitted, then went on to give me links to their tutorial for this product-the 320B. They gave me a lot of advice and tips regarding the 320B, and made it clear they were there in the future if I ever had a question or problem. Add the Lifetime Warranty, this product is the #1 training collar for the price!!! I would recommend to anyone and already have to a good friend. I’m excited to find that with the collars, and patient training on my part will put me in a better position to calmly control my big Labs on walks, off leash yard time, etc. Thanks!

  19. (verified owner)

    Bought in June and Remote stopped charging/got another set and now the button to switch on is broke. Not happy at all.

  20. (verified owner)

    on one of the collars the plastic that holds it on the collar itself broke then when I tried to recharge the second unit for the second time since I got it in July the plug burned out (actually has a black burn spot on the charging port)on the end of the male end so now I can’t charge either of them even if they more able to stay on the collar. Extremely disappointed you would like a refund or replacement.

  21. (verified owner)

    After a month of using the collars there’s no more 1 or 2 options both dogs get zapped at same time. I am very disappointed with this purchase I’m a month 2 weeks of using it and am no longer able to return for a refund.

  22. (verified owner)

    I had more trouble training my recent Manchester Terrier adoption (as a puppy), than I had training all three of my previous dogs combined. I even sent this dog to a trainer, which was a big fail. DO NOT LET ANYONE TELL YOU that negative reinforcement should not be done. These collars are negative reinforcement, and the troubled dog was turned around by negative reinforcement in just a few weeks or less. She would run away in the yard, would not be house-broken, and created chaos. I can say that I only used the shock button less a dozen times in five months, with decreasing frequency in time. The tone button I use most of the time anymore, and it works most of the time on the first press. I went back to buy a 2-collar version of this purchase, to account for our older dog. ALSO, I destroyed the first collar by accidentally touching the charger plug to one of the shock terminals. Our small dogs don’t need the screw and the clip, but they don’t shock quite so hard without them.

  23. (verified owner)

    We choose your dog training collars because of all the reviews we read on Amazon. We have 2 large dogs, a 8 years old male black Labrador & a 2 1/2 years old female Rottweiler. Our Labrador always barks when someone is at the door, even if it’s us, while we appreciate that he is “protecting” the family, he just keeps barking & barking. So we are training him to not bark when we come home, he can see us through the glass on the door.Our Rottweiler puppy, she is in the stage where she kinda listens & sometimes struggles with should I listen & do what I am told. We do understand both breeds of our dogs, they are both wonderful loving fur babies, but with the use of the collars our dogs are responding very well & are living up to all the wonderful reviews we have read. The remote is nice & user friendly. The collars are nice & fit our doggies great. I love that you sold them for a great price & in a 2 pack.Thank you guys for a wonderful product that is helping us train our fur babies.

  24. (verified owner)

    I have a number of e-collars that I’ve purchased over the years, including most of the top name brands. I needed a collar – actually bought the two dog combo – for use at home in the back yard. I considered some of the collars I’ve had in the past, but the Bousnic brand jumped out at me – initially because of the price. In looking at the features, it looked too good to be true.After receiving it, I can verify that it was just as it appeared in the listing. The remote is super simple to use with an individual button for each of the functions – vibrate, tone, and stimulation. Compared to other models I’ve used that have multiple pushes of one button to change the function from one type to another – this was awesome. It’s also simple and straightforward to change between dog one and dog two or to adjust the volume/stimulation level. Good job on ease of use.To give a perfectly honest and complete review, some of the differences between this collar and higher priced models are(1) weight – with small dogs, weight and profile of the stimulation unit can be all important. This has a relatively nice low profile, but it is somewhat bulky and weight compared to some models. That being said, I have 20# dogs, and this was good enough for what I wanted it for.(2) range – this has a stated range of 1000 feet which is fine for backyard use. Some of the other training collars I’ve used have up to 1/2 mile range, but that’s not what I needed this collar for. Just sayin’…(3) the collar – the collar part of the e-collar is a relatively small consideration since it can be replaced with a number of collars on the market for that purpose. Most I’ve had before have a waterproof plastic or beta material, while this has a simple nylon collar that doesn’t stay adjusted quite as tightly as some other collars, and the weight of the stimulation unit can make it a little saggy baggy. In the plus column, the collar has a quick clip rather than a buckle, and it is adjustable. I’ve paid big bucks to add quick clip collars to other already expensive collar setups, so that had some appeal, however, in time I will probably have to replace this collar to keep it fitting properly and not sagging.Over all a lot of nice features at a super low price point – and in my case – exactly what I needed: a backyard collar to be able to “reach out and touch someone” from a distance.

  25. (verified owner)

    We got this yesterday, so I can’t speak on durability yet, but I am going to talk about the unboxing issues.The instructions are obviously translated to English from another language and not well in some places leaving you to guess what you are suppose to do. The words are almost right but off just enough that you have to read some lines a couple of times to unscramble them.We bought a 2 collar system. The collars appear to be good quality woven collars, one with a bright stripe. The instructions for putting them together were pretty good and easy to follow. However, it doesn’t tell you that 1 collar may be longer than the other and of course, I didn’t pick this up until I had gotten the shorter one set up for the insane 10 month old American Bulldog and the longer one for the mostly calm 5 yr old much smaller Lab. Soooo, it meant taking them back off, switching prongs, resetting the remote, etc. A note about checking length of each collar would have prevented this.As I stated, we bought a 2 collar system. What I didn’t catch was that it only came with a charger for 1 collar at a time. There was also no suggestion from Amazon to buy a 2nd charger so I didn’t catch it. However, I think if they are selling a 2 collar system, it should come with a way to charge the 2nd collar.There was also no explanation on which charging prong fit in the remote and which in the collar. When I opened the charging port for collar, I saw a small pin, one of the heads of the charger was small so I put that on. It fit. Then I went to plug in the remote and discovered a very small hole that only the small head could fit in so I switched them. Again, some explanation could have prevented what could have broken this.But! Once I got these issues worked out, the 1st collar and remote charged for 4 hours as the instructions said, it went on the Bulldog in time for the neighbors kids to be here for a couple hours. The beeping and vibrating immediately stopped his jumping up, and he got his first shock when he started to get on my coffee table, which stopped him without a Yelp or whine. Just stopped the behavior.In the 1 day I have had it, I am giving it 2 Stars for the Unboxing Experience and 5 Stars for the Usage.

  26. (verified owner)

    Love the collar type! It is an actual nylon type of collar that has is fast and easy to clip and unclip. It is definitely much quicker and easier to put on the dogs, and stays on my dogs much better then the plastic type collars that most the shot collars are it seems like. Very happy with this collar, I have used many different types of collars trying to find one I like and this seems to finally be it!

  27. (verified owner)

    I’ve had several of these collars, this one has been by far the worst. I have 7 1/2 unfenced acres and two large dogs. One is deaf, the other a stubborn puppy.The previous collars I’ve used (all cheaper than this one) have had a range of 100-200 yards and have lasted 6 months to a year. This one only has a range of about 50-75 yards in an open field, which makes it almost useless to me. The other issue is that there is a large delay between pushing the button and something happening. This makes training difficult and confusing. For example if my pup runs astray and I push the vibrate button I then have to wonder if 1)she is ignoring it, 2) the unit hasn’t responded yet, or 3)it’s out of range.This is unfortunate because both the collars and the remote look much better built than the ones I’ve had in the past. The batteries seem to last a lot longer as well.

  28. (verified owner)

    I ordered a set for my dogs but had a problem with the remote not holding a charge. I contacted customer service and they resolved the problem without hesitation and very quickly. My new set works very well and holds a good charge. I have giant breed dogs and they respond well to the sound alert. I have rarely had to use the vibration correction and have not had to use the shock function yet. Only thing I would change is the collars. These are so much harder to adjust for size than a regular buckle collar with holes. I’m replacing the collars with the type I prefer, so I can easily & quickly swap up collars for their different sized necks and not have to have a specific collar set-up for a specific dog.

  29. (verified owner)

    Came open as if it was a return item already, didn’t work and then I had to pay to return product.

  30. (verified owner)

    I had a issue with the first one on a programming issue with the shock voltage. They include a voltage test light to varify it’s working but if you like me I won’t do anything to my dog I wouldn’t try on me first. Well On the Shock setting. 1 barley felt it. 2 shock the crap out of me Device went fling. Costumer service was great They emailed me the next day and said there was a programming issue and it would be a month to get another that has the new updated Programming. I received it in about 1 1/2 weeks. I checked out and now on 2 voltage is a little higher but it didn’t hit the ceiling. It works very well My dog only pays attention to the shock vibrations and tones are ignored. but Shock 3 gets her attention she yelps if you set to 4 A little advice my Shepherd has a lot of fur on the neck. I tried all the contact variations but the best contacts are the long contacts and no silicone caps. I put the collar on and rub it up and down and contact. Make sure it’s snug if it flops when she shakes not tight enough and contact will move and loose your contact. Oh And It took a month with good use before the battery needed to be recharged

  31. (verified owner)

    These collars are fantastic for dogs. I have one for my 6 year old girl, who is rotten. She sees the remote (any remote really after using e collars for 4 yrs) and remembers her commands from training. We got the 2nd collar for a younger dog, less than 1 yr old. He is doing great. This pup only listens otherwise for food and loves to wrestle our other dogs right in our path. One vibrate buzz catches his attention and he is on the roght track again. The collars are strong and durable and last through the young dog chewing her buddy’s collar while they wrestle and pull on rach other. The buzz is strong and I like that the settings are easy to adjust. My only suggestion for improvement is to brighten the label .on the rubber buttons for quick, easy identification of the settings. But after a few days, we memorized which button was which! I will buy these again.

  32. (verified owner)

    These collars are the best that I have purchased so far. I had ordered the cheaper ones in the past and found myself having to reorder them every few months as my two large dogs like to play and wrestle (boys will be boys) and those collars would not hold up to that activity. These Bousonic collars hold up, battery life lasts longer than a week (I charge on Sundays even though they are not yet dead or needing a charge), and are water proof for my two swimmers. I highly recommend spending the extra money for this set of collars. My dogs have the freedom to be without leashes while we are out hiking but yet with the collars I am assured that they will listen. Great Value!

  33. (verified owner)

    I wrote a review before saying that it works poorly on my doberman, but after testing it out one last time with the long metal pieces intended for long-haired dogs, I see that I was completely wrong. There just wasn’t enough direct contact at any point in time. I rarely have to turn it up past 3/16 when training him, and if I don’t want to shock him, I just use the beeping sound on it to warn him. It’s really nice and lasts through him scratching at it with no problems now (for the past 2-3 months), he did rip up the collar part of it, but that is easily replaceable. The batteries last for a really long time, but there’s a second device that you can have charged and ready so there’s no need to go without one. My buddy has already had a huge improvement in behavior and response to commands with this collar, I definitely recommend it.

  34. (verified owner)

    Bousnic Dog Training are seriously 100% the BEST. I had a concern, I emailed them, late on a Saturday night, within hours on Sunday morning, not only had I heard from them, They resolved it with the most efficient professional way possible! It was NO issue for them to understand my issue and immediately resolve it! I could not have been more satisfied and impressed. Now, for the collars, they also, are the best. They look good, they are extremely well made, they are easy to work, easy to use, very straight forward. They work as perfectly and efficient as the company. I am sold. I would not buy from anywhere else. This company needs to be the model for so many other companies on how to treat your customers and give them the product they want, they truly go above and beyond.

  35. (verified owner)

    I purchased these a little over a month ago for our two 9 month old lab puppies that like to jump on people. The collars only works about half of the time and only if you are extremely close to them. The beep is so low you can barely hear it. The vibrate button you have to hit multiple time for it to respond. The batteries seem to last a good while but I think that’s b/c the collars only work half the time. Very disappointed with these. Will be looking to buy another brand.

  36. (verified owner)

    I have used 2 other training collars, the SportDog and the Petrainer.The controls on the Bousnic are far more user- friendly than with either. One can quickly deliver tone, vibration, or correction to either collar without having to recall button functions or sequences that change in different modes.The correction mode has a wide range from barely perceptible to “YOW!”Although the controller isn’t nearly as rugged as the Sportdog it’s probably adequate to the task and appears much lot sturdier than the Petrainer.The quick release buckles and the soft silicone electrode caps clinched my positive reviewI think the display screen could be a litter larger while maintaining the competitive price

  37. (verified owner)

    I have owned thus training collar since October ’18. My pup is 8 months old and pretty stubborn. As I have decided to give her more unsupervised time in the yard, many of her old bad habits are resurfacing. A few weeks back I took the collar and control out, charged them and started training in her yard. My problem is the tone and vibrator are the only options that work consistently. The shock option is hit or miss…for the most part it doesn’ t work. When she decides to challenge a command, I need to know that I will be able to get her attention.I reviewed the manual and 2 weeks ago sent an email to the company’s customer service. I have heard nothing from them.Any ideas on how to fix the device or get the company’s attention.

  38. (verified owner)

    This curbed my dogs undesirable bad habit in 5 minutes. I warned him with the beep, followed by the vibration (set at 6). He did not like the vibration and it stopped his jumping and wrestling with the other dog. When he resumed his bad behavior, I warned him again with the beep, followed by the vibration. After that, I only had to warn him with the beep alone. His bad behavior has stopped. If he were to do it again, I would warn him with the beep. Very satisfied.

  39. (verified owner)

    Appears to made well, receiver is ergonomically comfortable to use. The buttons are simple, and designed to be used without looking at them. I have successfully programmed one receiver, following the directions. I have watched several videos on correct use of shock collars, and plan to watch the ones put out by this company. I have already been training my lab without a shock collar, but she needs more correction. I will be patient with this tool, and review again in a few weeks.

  40. (verified owner)

    Solid Product for Dogs! We are very pleased with how easy this product is to use in training our two young dogs. Now, we have only had these for a few days so far, but we are very happy with them because the dogs are responding very well to the training system that this product provides. We have a hard time finding anything bad to say and the problems are very minor. The product has three things that could be improved and they are… (1) It would be nice if the two receivers had a number on them so you know if you have receiver #1 or #2 in on which dog. (2) Also, if the remote had a function to where to could send your vibrate, beep or shock to both dogs at the same time. For example: Be nice for the times like when your dog is going ballistic at barking and running up and down the fence line and will not pay attention to you at all because of something or someone on the other side of the fence. (3) It would be nice if the collars had a reflect strip on them to make it easier to find them at night in low lighting.This is a great product that works as advertised. The good part is, it is well made and very sturdy. The remote is very self-explanatory and has a nice wrist strap so you don’t always have to hold it or you can clip it to your waist. The buttons for vibrate, beep, and shock are well labeled with pictures that make it super clear which button does what. Same goes for the screen, it is also self-explanatory as well. The beep, vibrate and shock functions work very well and they all are easy to adjust separately. One collar strap is yellow while the other is black so you can easily tell which dog is wearing which. The company provided very good instructions with photographs showing how to string the collars through the receivers plus they provided several good web links to some very good videos on the collars.We would highly recommend this to anyone searching for a good dog training device.

  41. (verified owner)

    Let me start out saying that I bought this training collar in July 2018, so I have been using it for a while. This is the 3rd training collar set in the past 18 months, the first 2 sets were from other manufactures, and didn’t last. I am very impressed how long the collar will hold a charge. Both of our dogs are pretty well trained now and don’t require much correction from the collar, but even in the beginning the collar would hold a charge for at least a week. I only need to charge the collars once every 10 – 14 days now. The collars seem to have a good range, not quite the 1000 feet as it states in the item description, but at least 500 feet. We live in the woods, so I’m sure that has an impact on the range. I wouldn’t hesitate to purchase this again!

  42. (verified owner)

    First I was excited as these appeared to be good quality and easy to use, however after a few days, these are horrible. The remote has no button to turn it off and does not time out so every time you go to get it, it is dead and you can’t use it. The collar units charge doesn’t even last a day either. I was dumb and threw away the box so I can’t even return them. I have a $70 paper weight now. What a complete piece of crap these are, do not waste your money. The cheap $30 double units are better than these.

  43. (verified owner)

    Collars are as advertised. They charge rather quickly and the batteries last longer then I expected. Battery life is impressive. I have two dogs and you can toggle back and forth quickly. Vibaration mode works well on both. 3 yr old bulldog will respond to the warning sound alone. 14 yr old Bulldog responds to vibration as well. Both of them respond quickly with a small shock. Works well.My 3 yr old fell off my boat with a lifejacket on and went underwater briefly. He swam back to the boat and later on I just assumed the collar was done. It worked! Waterproof it is. Confirmed.The only downside I can think of is the remotes are cheap. Not overly impressive and the belt clip is pretty weak. I would say the benefits outweigh the cheap remote that actually works well .

  44. (verified owner)

    I looked at probably (20) different collars on Amazon before finally choosing this one, based mostly on reviews of this and other collars. I have two 20 lb dogs that like to go berserk barking thru the fence at the two neighboring dogs, rarely responding to verbal commands. One dog had previously been conditioned with a perimeter fence – as soon as he heard the beep and “come” he immediately stopped barking and came to me. The other dog had not been conditioned; so far all I’ve used on her is the beep paired with “come” and she is responding, although I suspect that at some point a vibrate / shock may be necessary. Anyone who is concerned with “shocking” a dog need not be – it only takes a couple events, properly paired with a command & beep, to condition “most” dogs to cease an unacceptable behavior (or perform an acceptable one). What I like about this product is the 2-dog capability via a simple push button. Our back yard is only 40 feet deep so no problem with range. The fabric collar with snap buckle is easy to fasten and probably more comfortable to the pups than a plastic collar. Plenty of length for most dogs – I just fitted and trimmed the ends off. Everything seems to be of good quality + lifetime warranty if you register (offer is in package – not published).

  45. (verified owner)

    I think overall the shock and vibrate and beep noise are great. You can set it to the level of shock you want. From 1 thru 16 levels of shock! I have little dogs so I tested the product on my wrist before I used it on them. I settled with a level 4 for shock and level 8 vibration. The vibration goes 1 thru 8. Shock worked good. I only had to use it about once or twice. Now I just point the remote at them and they stop barking. The only con about this product is the collar itself. It comes where you have to cut it to the length you want it to be, the clip is nice but the collar piece can easily come undone if pulled or bitten on too much. So I might have to try and find my own collar that’ll fit through the plastic shock part because I don’t like the collar that came with this set.

  46. (verified owner)

    Works well a dog will respond quickly with a push of a button. Has 3 modes. 1. Vibration, 2. Buzzing and 3. Static Shock. I don’t ever use the 3rd mode. I find it cruel to zap your bet. It doesn’t hurt them but I found the Buzzing noise and Vibration works excellent. I find the animal knows your in control. They see a cat or critter and gets ready to dart. A little buzzing stopes them on the spot. The attention goes back to minding their own business. Definitely worth the money and puts obedience in your hand.

  47. (verified owner)

    I am not impressed with this set of training collars! They were difficult to setup and they do not have the distance needed when you have two active pups that you are trying to teach their boundaries of where it is safe to run and romp and where they can not go!

  48. (verified owner)

    The first set we bought was faulty and one of the collars kept turning off. Returned that one and got a new set and works perfectly! Our dogs have swam with these collars with no issues. Perfect for when the dogs are off leash and you want a quick recall. I looked specifically for a 2 dog system that would keep the same settings for each dog since our dogs have different sensitivity levels and this one does it flawlessly! Love that it keeps the settings for each dog and all I have to do is choose dog 1 or 2

  49. (verified owner)

    I have two spoiled, slightly insane rescues. They were 10 and 12 pounds when I adopted them at 13 weeks. They are now about 60 pounds each and, as my husband points out FREQUENTLY, I am a bad dog trainer. These collars quickly corrected that, but timing is everything. I tried them several months ago a time or two and the dogs didn’t really seem to understand that the noise/buzzing/even shocking was coming from the collar. Even though they did correct their action in the moment, the training didn’t really stick, and I’m a wimp and wouldn’t really shock my pups. My husband, however, is a savage who grew up with rabbit dogs, so he doesn’t mind a bit. Anyway, there’s only so many times you can be pulled into the ditch or dragged across the neighbor’s yard because your pups want to go visit before you decide you better take action or get more life insurance. Anyway, I tried using them again this summer, after my dogs turned two years old. They each got a low level, well-deserved zap when they tried to murder me on our walk. The zap honestly doesn’t hurt that much. I did it to myself in the palm of my hand. But it does give you something to think about. It certainly reframed their thinking! Before I shocked each of them, I gave a verbal warning, as instructed either by the maker of the collars or my husband…who can remember which after shocking yourself in the hand a couple times…I would say, “G, no pulling.” Then give a zap. She stopped pulling. The same happened with her brother, who is a bit more hard of learning than she is. After one zap each, they both now respond very well to only vibration (used for cat sightings, neighborhood children sightings, and other chaseable or petting creatures) or the tone (used if the leash gets too tight and they need to slow their roll). Now they know when I pull out the collars to put them on that they better keep their noses clean. However, I have noticed that if I don’t put the collars on, they resort to the their same bad behaviors at times, but not as often. I’m trying to be consistent, but I just want my dogs to love me and take naps with me. I don’t want to be a trainer. So, as my husband said, I am a terrible dog trainer. The collars are well worth the price, work well, and the battery lasts a long time, as I always forget to charge them. The little insulators that go on the posts inside the collars will not stay put. Even with super glue, but I’ve found you don’t really need them. My dogs are short haired and I just turned down the juice so as not to hurt them. I suggest you start LOW with the shocking, not HIGH as my husband recommends, but I’m a push over. Happy tails! Hope you don’t find yourself in a ditch!

  50. (verified owner)

    We have 2 dogs that are pretty well trained. We take them on off leash hikes and to the dog beach all the time. Generally, they listen pretty well. But having the e-collars on them give us more comfort. When they do get distracted and don’t listen all they need is a slight tap to get their attention back. We usually just use the vibration, but if we do use the shock it’s set at a very low level. These collars look great and were really easy to configure with one transmitter and and the two receivers. It’s also really easy to go back and forth between the two. We’ve used it at the beach and on the hike and it works great!

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