Home Uncategorized Bousnic Dog Shock Collar – 3300Ft Dog Training Collar with Remote for 5-120lbs Small Medium Large Dogs Rechargeable Waterproof e Collar with Beep (1-8), Vibration(1-16), Safe Shock(1-99) (Orange)

Bousnic Dog Shock Collar – 3300Ft Dog Training Collar with Remote for 5-120lbs Small Medium Large Dogs Rechargeable Waterproof e Collar with Beep (1-8), Vibration(1-16), Safe Shock(1-99) (Orange)

(9 customer reviews)


About this item Humane and Safe, Eliminate Bad Behavior Effectively: Our Dog shock collar features 3 humane training modes with adjustable beep(1-8 levels), vibration(1-16 levels), safe shock(1-99 levels). It helps your unruly and hard-headed dogs learn to be a better part of your household. Extended 3300FT Range: Our Dog Training Collar covers up to 3300Ft allowing your pet to roam farther. With dual-channel, It is perfect to train 2 dogs simultaneously outdoor at distances up to 3/4 mile. Fits for All Sizes of Dogs 5-120lbs: Our training collar for dogs is ideal to control dogs as small as 5 pounds and as big as 120 pounds. Instant response security on/off switch button allows you to carry it without any fear of accidental touch. IP67 Waterproof Receiver: Our electric dog collar can be used in any weather and any condition thanks to the IP67 waterproof design of the receiver (You’ll have to keep the remote control away from water). Incredible Battery Life: Our e collar for dogs training has a decent battery life. The receiver’s battery can last for up to 15 days in working modes while the remote for over 1 month. the long battery runtime is a true lifesaver on those camping or tailgating weekends.

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Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎

1 x 1 x 0.1 inches; 11.68 Ounces

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2 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Date First Available ‏ : ‎

September 5, 2022

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#2 in Electronic Training Collars

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8,059 ratings

9 reviews for Bousnic Dog Shock Collar – 3300Ft Dog Training Collar with Remote for 5-120lbs Small Medium Large Dogs Rechargeable Waterproof e Collar with Beep (1-8), Vibration(1-16), Safe Shock(1-99) (Orange)

  1. Shane

    ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐The Bousnic Dog Shock Collar has been a game-changer in our dog training journey. This collar is a reliable and effective tool that has helped us train our dog with care and precision.The range of 3300 feet is truly impressive. It gives us the flexibility to train our dog indoors or outdoors without any signal interruptions. Whether it’s obedience training or addressing specific behavioral issues, this collar has us covered.The waterproof design is a big plus, as it means our training sessions aren’t limited by weather conditions. It’s a rugged collar that can withstand the elements and our dog’s playful antics.The remote control is intuitive and easy to use. It allows us to adjust the settings to suit our dog’s needs, whether it’s vibration, static stimulation, or sound. We’ve found that the variety of training modes has made a significant difference in our dog’s behavior.The build quality is excellent, and we appreciate the durability of both the collar and the remote. The battery life is impressive, ensuring that it doesn’t run out of power in the middle of a training session.In conclusion, the Bousnic Dog Shock Collar is a valuable tool for dog owners looking to train their pets effectively and safely. It offers a wide range, durability, and versatility in training options. We are extremely satisfied with this collar and highly recommend it to other dog owners. Five stars, no question about it!⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

  2. MayaMaya

    I recently purchased the Bousnic Dog Shock Collar for my American Shepherd, which has been a beneficial tool in training. My dog weighs about 27lbs.One of the standout features of this collar is its impressive range, which allows me to maintain control and give commands even from a considerable distance. The remote control is intuitive and easy to use, with clear buttons for various functions. The collar offers multiple training modes, including the option for a gentle beep, which has been particularly effective in catching my dog’s attention and redirecting their behavior.I appreciate that the collar is rechargeable, eliminating the need for constantly buying and replacing batteries. The waterproof design is a bonus, as it allows my dog to enjoy outdoor activities and some water play without any concerns about damaging the collar.The overall build quality of the Bousnic Dog Shock Collar is excellent, with sturdy materials that can withstand the rigors of daily use. The collar is comfortable for my dog, and the adjustable strap ensures a secure fit without causing any discomfort.Most importantly, I have noticed a positive change in my dog’s behavior since using this collar. It has helped me reinforce training commands and discourage unwanted behaviors like running after raccoons. The collar has become an invaluable tool in our training routine, and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a reliable and effective training collar for their furry friend.The Collar is an outstanding product that has exceeded my expectations. Its range, functionality, and durability I am genuinely impressed with its performance.

  3. BeemerPilot

    I live in NW Montana and bought this training collar mostly to stop my young dog, Beemer, from barking at and/or chasing deer that lived here before I built my house and live here with me now on my 20 acre property. I also put out water in a tub for the deer, birds and ground squirrels because there isn’t a water source of any kind close by. I often let Beemer out for long periods of time so he can get plenty of exercise running and exploring. Unfortunately, he was scaring the deer, playing in their water tub and getting muddy while splashing the water out and leaving what was left muddy. This collar is well designed and constructed, easy to use, has great range and the 3 functions (beep, vibrate or shock) can be easily tailored to the appropriate level for the pet and purpose. I have found it to be very effective in breaking some of Beemer’s bad habits that would have otherwise been almost impossible to do or would have taken much longer. Now I can watch him from a window as he explores the area and plays with sticks he finds on the ground. It didn’t take long for me to catch him in the act and then use one of the functions to stop him in his tracks and come back to the house. Beemer has stopped barking at and/or chasing the local deer. He also won’t go near the water tub. I have seen him lying on the pavement and watching the deer graze not very far away. Some of the deer still won’t come around while he’s out, but several of them have decided that he is not a threat and will graze with him visibly present. If he stands up, they will probably be alarmed, but if I’m watching, I can give him a quick beep or vibration and he will immediately turn around and walk back to the house. I believe at least some of the deer and Beemer will eventually be able to be in the same area without any alarm and they and the other animals now have a reliable source of water…at least until the ice and snow cause it to freeze.Another benefit of the collar demonstrated itself this morning as I was at my kitchen window. Beemer was playing with a stick on the concrete apron in front of the garage when he suddenly broke into a full-speed run with the hair on his back standing straight up. I immediately pulled the remote out of my shirt pocket as I looked ahead of Beemer to see what he was chasing and saw that he was quickly gaining ground on a resident fox that I have seen many times. I immediately started pressing the vibration and shock buttons as he disappeared into the woods out of sight. Beemer is pretty strong-willed and I was concerned that I might not be able to stop him, but a couple of seconds later he emerged from the woods and was trotting back toward the house with the fox, now the pursuer, following him. But the fox was apparently confused when Beemer suddenly turned and started running back toward home and initially decided to chase him. But then, as if giving the situation more thought, it wisely peeled off and scampered back into the woods toward safety. Beemer (a mixed Golden/Lab) is faster, larger and stronger than the fox. I have no doubt that Beemer would have caught up with the fox since, in just seconds, he was only inches from the fox’s tail when I pulled the remote from my pocket. The fox would have just as surely fought back since he would literally be fighting for his life.If Beemer had not been wearing the collar and I had not been standing at the window, I believe the likely result would have been a dead fox and a seriously lacerated dog that would have spent some painful time with a vet this morning. I had previously realized that the collar could possibly be used as a safety device to remove a threat in an emergency. Beemer has always turned and ran toward home immediately after being alerted, regardless of which function I used and there may be times when that propensity would be important.

  4. PC

    As a former dog handler, I used a Dogtra collar which feels much more heavy duty. My first impression was that this collar and remote felt cheaply made, then I used it. This collar has been an excellent training aid on a German Shepherd weighing over 100 pounds. The remote is easy to use and adjust and the batteries last for days to weeks depending on frequency of use. I don’t like to write reviews until I’ve used something for awhile. We have used this collar for over 6 months now and it works great! I would definitely recommend it for anyone looking for a great training aid for hard-headed pooches. If I had any suggestions for improvement, I would recommend a heavier duty clasp or buckle on the collar and longer contact probes for long-haired dogs. Aside from that, it is perfect, especially for the value.

  5. NN

    Sorry, this review is long, but it sheds light on all of the reasons why this is the perfect remote training collar for us. Our 2 yr old Shihtzu weighs 10-1/2 lbs and brings a whole new definition to the word “stubborn”.He responds to the word “come” with, “No thanks, I’ll get back to you later.”We live in the rural country landscape with a large yard. When our pup was 10 months old, we borrowed my brother-in-law’s wireless fence to limit boundaries. Unfortunately, the receiver on the collar was too bulky for a small dog, and the electrode prongs were too long. We had set the shock to low, but it was still too strong. The sight of the collar terrified the young dog and would sit on the sidewalk and refuse to walk at all in the yard. We searched stores for a smaller receiver collar, but gave up.He is now 2 years old. The defiance, stubbornness and un-controllable high-pitched barking has become intolerable. In desperation, I started searching Amazon to find a smaller appropriate remote controlled training collar.At first, I search only for non-shock collars. Due to the attitude of our furry friend, and our limited budget, I could not justify buying only a non-shock collar in case he should ignore the beep & vibrate, and then need to upgrade to the “zapper”, thus having to purchase two different models.I also noticed that most of the collars had narrow plastic bands with numerous adjustment holes that other people were complaining of cracking and breaking.During my research, I kept going back to the “bousnic training collar”. It had a quality, comfortable nylon collar with a durable quick lock buckle. The receiver box was smaller than most. The prongs were shorter and came with rubber caps already in place to prevent accidental shock, while also providing a comfort layer between the prongs and the dog’s neck. The bright orange & black collar and remote that we chose are easy to find quickly.My husband had the week off when the remote training collar arrived. When I came home from work the first day, my husband and the shihtzu met me outside. My husband was smiling and the dog was actually sitting patiently on the ground beside him. This never happens ! My husband was thrilled with the immediate results. He never had to use the shock at all. He used the vibrate only once the first day. The dog responded positively to just using the BEEP. Our dog learned to obey the “come” command in just the first day !!! Our new angel is calmer and happy to roam the yard off-leash with us. We keep the collar on him only while we are at home during awake time. We always take it off when going to bed, or before leaving for work. He now knows the collar as his “play outside” collar and readily comes to me to put it on !We also use the beeper inside to limit frantic barking when he sees the neighbors passing by.We enjoy having the freedom of the remote to take the dog with us wherever we choose to go.We have only been using this “bousnic training collar” for 2 weeks, and we could not be more pleased with the results. My husband & I are also more relaxed and less stressed because we know that our dog is now safely under control. This has been our best pet investment, at an affordable price. We only wish that we had found this bousnic training collar a year and a half ago.THANK YOU FOR A WONDERFUL, TRUSTWORTHY, QUALITY PRODUCT !!! May God bless you, as you have blessed our family.

  6. ShelMShelM

    We have a little 5.5 pound Yorkie and this was the first collar I saw to fit the little guys neck. The beep feature is FABULOUS!!! I can even use it to find out where my little guy is hiding cuz it’s loud enough for a 50 year old to hear! The vibration also works very well when I have to use it which is very rare because the beep is usually enough to get his attention and get him to come. As far as the shock mode, I have used that less than 5 times in the couple months I’ve had this collar. I have it set to a very low 5 out of 100 and that is enough to stop any unwanted behavior from my stubborn little boy. So if you are using this for a little dog bear that in mind because I would hate to see someone set it high and it not need to be. I always highly recommend this to several of my friends to keep any of their doggies out of harms way (hawks, running towards the road, etc.) Excellent excellent product and the battery life is absolutely amazing too!!! I think I have to charge every 2 weeks and even then there still shows lots of life in the handheld remote control.

  7. SheaShea

    This collar has saved my sanity. I have a 6 month old mixed breed pup (mom is a goldendoodle, dad is half husky, half blue heeler) named Opal. When I tell you this dog is the poster child for dog ADHD… She is incredibly smart, incredibly active, and learns very quickly. She follows commands almost instantly in a low distraction, contained environment like inside or in a smaller fenced in area, but she is unreliable in high distraction environments. Or at least she was before The Collar. We live in a subdivision out in the country surrounded by pasture. Opal loves to go out and run, and she needs the exercise, but we had not yet been able to let her off leash to run in our large, unfenced yard. On our previous attempts (both intentional AND unintentional when she slipped her collar), she ignored all recall commands and took grand tours of the entire neighborhood which resulted in us having to run all over creation to get her back and out of the neighbors flowerbeds! Additionally, she is a chronic leash puller. We have tried different collars, different leashes, harnesses, you name it. She just won’t stop pulling, and actually pulled my 8 year old down on the concrete once when she took off to chase a squirrel. I was at my wits end with this dog, and was not at all enjoying taking her for walks or looking forward to her getting even bigger and stronger. Not anymore. This collar worked almost instantly. I tested each function on myself before I ever put it on my dog. I don’t ever want to inflict pain on her, and wanted to be sure that I felt comfortable using it on her. The beeping and the vibration serve only as audible/tangible reminders and are not uncomfortable at all. The static was uncomfortable, but not painful at the correct level. I put the static on the highest level I was comfortable using on myself, and then down one level before I put it on the dog. I took her outside and let her off leash. She ran off and ignored the beeps at first, and only paused for a second with the vibration. It took only one time of using the static to bring her back. Each time she ran off and the static was used, she returned immediately within seconds. We began working with her daily on leash using the vibrate function anytime she would pull against the leash or try to take off after a squirrel or to go see the neighbors when they were outside, and she learned that those are “no” boundaries. Gone are the days of leash pulling and taking off after distractions. She was consistently heeling on command on leash and was watching distractions but not bolting for them. On-leash walks were enjoyable again. Today I put the e-collar and her training to the test and took her out off leash. All it took if she tried to cross the boundary of our yard was to vibrate her collar, and she instantly returned to me. Neighbors came out, squirrels ran by, but Opal stayed with me. She ran and played in the yard, went potty, and came back when I called her or buzzed her collar. It was glorious, and my kids and I can now enjoy spending time outside in our beautiful neighborhood with our precious pup, knowing that she is safe in our yard. ❤️

  8. Wyatt

    I recently started using the Bousnic training collar for my beloved dog, and I’m thrilled to say it’s been a complete game-changer in shaping her behavior. It has helped address some persistent bad habits, like jumping on people, excessive barking, and running away – and the results have been nothing short of impressive.What I love most about the Bousnic collar is that it’s given me the tools to train my dog without the constant need for a leash. The freedom it provides while maintaining control is invaluable. Now, I can trust that my dog will stay safe and respond to commands, even in distracting environments.But perhaps the most noticeable change is in her overall behavior. She’s never been more attentive, responsive, and well-behaved. The collar has been instrumental in improving her behavior and ensuring her safety, especially during outdoor adventures.Here’s a word of advice for prospective users: while the Bousnic collar is an incredible tool, it’s not a one-size-fits-all solution. Relying solely on the collar to do all the training is a mistake. To get the most out of it, it’s essential to continue using positive reinforcement and build a strong connection with your dog. Training is about fostering a bond based on trust and understanding, not just using the collar as a source of fear through loud beeping.In conclusion, the Bousnic training collar has transformed my dog’s behavior and given me greater control during our adventures. It’s a fantastic tool, but it’s important to remember that effective training goes beyond just the collar. It’s about building a positive connection with your furry friend. I highly recommend this collar for anyone looking to enhance their dog’s training experience while promoting trust and positive reinforcement.

  9. Bailey Garrison

    My dog is a red heeler. He was having extreme attitude problems with my children. He snapped at my daughter and scratched my son while he tried to nip at him when he fell. Instead of selling my dog to a Chinese meat shop, I decided to give this collar a try first. However, I had already tried other collars and they never really worked. So i was thinking that the highest level of this one might be a good start for the next time he wants to get aggressive with my kids. I set the collar to 99 and sent my daughter to go put him in his kennel. Well…. he snapped at her as she was trying to shut his kennel door. So I wanted to show him that, that was wrong. I utilized all 99 freaking levels of this thing and pressed the button for a very short period of time. This dog jumped in his kennel, out of the front door that was no open and ran straight to the back door with his mouth wide open and in absolute shock. I immediately felt bad, but also felt like the point was made. I ordered the dog back to his kennel and told my daughter to go shut the door. He didn’t snap this time, let alone growl. He decided he wanted to be a good dog.One thing I know for absolute sure, I won’t be using the 99 level. Maybe the 5 or 10 and highest of 15. I really thought the 99 would maybe just be a decent tingle. It’s not. It’s a full intramuscular seize. Tried it on myself after watching the results with my dog. I advise against it. It is painful lolGreat collar, great remote, great brand, a little overkill for my size dog. But my Lanta, this thing lights you up like a tazer.

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