If shopping on a budget but don’t want to skimp on function, this e-collar is a suitable buy. With up to three training modes, you no longer need to bribe your pet with treats to correct his behavior. Here are more features.
The device is designed to correct bad dog behavior, including unnecessary barking, aggression, peeing, or sitting in the wrong place. Also, the collar receiver has an IPX67 rating allowing your pet to perform as many outdoor activities as possible.
With varying intensity levels, you can adjust the settings based on your pet’s response. The vibration (1-8) and shock (1-16) training modes have varying intensity levels. The lowest shock level is nearly undetectable, but as you increase the intensity, the device produces an uncomfortable zap. The highest level produces a continuous zap, which is pretty irritating.
Since you can control the device 1000 feet away, it’s easy to train your pet indoors and outdoors. However, the further your dog is from you, the longer it takes for the collar to respond. It takes a few seconds to produce the desired effect on your pet.
Value for money
Finding an affordable dog training collar that’s still effective can be challenging. Flittor proves it’s possible with this budget-friendly device that’s a little over twenty bucks.
This dog training collar is a solid buy for pet owners shopping on a tight budget. It has all the essential features a pet owner would look for when looking for one and is suitable for small, medium-sized, and large dogs. What’s more, adding a safety keypad lock feature at this price point is a bonus.