Petsafe Shock Collars


Petsafe Shock Collar Training Collars

PetSafe offers you Remote Shock Collars for your every need. Whether you have a small dog or a big dog, PetSafe has the Remote Shock Collars for dogs that are right for you and your dog. PetSafe Shock Collars were created to help dog owners deter unwanted behaviors from a distance. They can be used to control any misbehavior using the transmitter to send a clear signal to the receiver worn by your dog. After a few corrections your pet will begin to avoid the misbehavior.

Petsafe Shock Collars

Petsafe Shock Collars


Petsafe PDLDT-305 Little Dog Trainer

10 Levels of Correction
Range: 100 Yards

Petsafe PDT00-10675 Big Dog Shock Collar

10 Levels of Correction
Range: 100 Yards

PDBDT-305 Deluxe Big Dog Trainer

10 Levels of Correction
Range: 100 Yards

PDT00-10867 Deluxe Little Dog Trainer

8 Levels of Correction
Range: 100 Yards

PetSafe Remote Spray Trainer Collar

Citrus Spray Correction
Range: 300 yds.

PDT00-12470 Yard and Park Trainer

8 Levels of Correction
Range: 400 yds.

Petsafe Venture Series Little Dog Trainer

8 Levels of Correction
Range: 400yards

Petsafe PUPT-100 Ultrasonic Pet Trainer

Ultrasonic Training
Range: 30 Feet

Petsafe Venture Series Big Dog Trainer

8 Levels of Correction
Range: 400 Yards

PetSafe Standard Bark Control Collar Tips – www.petsafe.net

What can I do with an aggressive pit/german shepherd mix?

I currently have a puppy who is a GSD and a Pit Bull mix. I adopted him when he was 8 weeks old at my local humane society. He was neuteured when I adopted him.

I began to socialize my pup around 12 weeks by taking him to doggy parks and he has done well. He plays well with other dogs and has shown no aggression to other dogs.

However, recently, he has begun to show aggression by growling, baring his teeth and barking. Specifically, he will show aggression when he is under my futon or my bed. When I try to reach under and grab him to take him out he growls and barks and attempts to bite me. He has also tried to bite me when I was teaching him to sit. It almost seems as if he is showing that he doesn’t want to listen. I have gone to the extent of using the PetSafe shock collars and spanking him with newspapers but that hasn’t show any progress since he continues to show aggression.

Does anyone know what to do–I’ve heard puppy obedeince, but I doubt they will help.

pitbulls and german shepards are agressive by nature. they like to be dominant, the one in charge. just take ur time with him n b firm ut gentle. dont frighten him to the point that he wants to agress more, just let him know that u mean business. no hitting, just a firm “i mean it” voice.