Mar 21, 2016
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In order to enter our catalog of remote training products, each manufacturer's product must pass our quality assurance tests to ensure it safe for both you and your pet. Failing any of our tests bans the manufacturer from selling with us.
Poorly manufactured products can short circuit or even exploded while in use or charging. The obvious results are harmful to your dog, damage to your home or harm to you. An example of battery explosion from a low-quality remote trainer is shown to the right.
In designing our products, we work closely with Veterinarians to ensure our product is effective and safe for all dogs. The recommendation of all vets we consulted with has been, the remote training system must have 3 modes of stimulation with varying degrees of intensity. The reason for 3 is because you MUST start with the least intense stimuli, that being vibration, and work your way up to static stimulation (if needed) to find the right correction setting that fits your dog's tolerance. A shock/static collar