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Remote Dog Training Shock Collar 1200m 1-3 Dogs JP380R

Remote Dog Training Shock Collar 1200m 1-3 Dogs JP380R

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JANPET® JP380R E-Collar
Remote Dog Training Shock Collar
1/2/3 Dogs S/M/L 1200m 

The JANPET® JP380R remote dog training shock collar is an effective multi-dog training system (extra receivers required), which provides all of the features for reliable, safe and humane training you want in a companion dog trainer. It features an easy-to-use rechargeable transmitter with large LCD display, rechargeable and fully waterproof collar receiver, 50 groups of warning tones, 10 levels of vibration corrections, 99 levels of static pulse stimulation corrections and 1200 meter remote range (in open area).

Main Feature:

  • Easy matching-up procedures between handset and receiver
  • Can train up to 3 dogs from 1 transmitter
  • Rechargeable & fully waterproof collar receiver with ON/OFF button
  • There are 3 correction modes: warning tone (50 groups) & vibration (10 levels) & static stimulation (99 levels)
  • Rubber-coated transmitter with large button for convenient use
  • Transmitter is also rechargeable (water-resistant only) with replaceable battery
  • Large LCD display with backlight for easy training
  • Range up to 1200 meters (in open fields)
  • Long and short prongs for all coat types
  • Low battery consumption
  • Low battery indicator on both transmitter and receiver

How the System Works

Consistent and correct use of this remote dog trainer allows you to reinforce commands and correct misbehaviour from up to 1200 meters (in open area). There are 50 groups of warning tones that can be used for praise, warning or silent recall.


Or use the remote transmitter to send a signal, activating the collar receiver to deliver a vibration correction or a harmless stimulation. It has 10 levels of vibration corrections and 99 levels of static pulse intensity so you can find the best level for your dog's temperament and the type of training you do.

Important: This remote dog training system has a range of up to 1200 meters in open area. Depending on the way you hold the remote transmitter, the maximum range may vary. For consistent results at longer ranges, hold the remote transmitter in a vertical position away from your body and above your head. Terrain, weather, vegetation, transmission from other radio devices and other factors will affect the maximum range.

Warning Tone Correction: There are 50 groups of warning tones in different frequencies. Each warning tone is about 2 second long beeping in different frequency. These can be used for praise and warning for your dog.


Vibration Correction: There are 10 levels of vibration corrections. Level 1 is the weakest one and level 10 is the strongest one. These can be used for silent warning or recall.

What's included:

  • JP380R remote control
  • JP380R collar receiver
  • Test bulb
  • Dual port charger
  • Adjustable collar strap
  • Small and Large prods (short or thick coat)
  • English instructions

Legal information:

Please check your local laws in your state prior to purchase from BARKAHOLICS® as we take  no legal liability for use or misuse of our training products in the states of Australia where they are illegal for purchase and use.

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TRICKS FOR BEGINNERS

Are you new to dog training, or have you just adopted your very first dog? We’ve got some great easy dog tricks for beginners like you! Why not give these a try?

Lure and Reward

The ‘lure and reward’ is more of a training technique than an easy dog trick. By holding a treat out just in front of your dog’s nose, you can ‘lure’ your dog into certain positions. It’s almost as if his nose is connected to the dog treat by an invisible hook!

Reward your dog with the treat when he reaches the desired position. The easy dog tricks below will use this ‘lure and reward’ technique.

The Dog Stand

The dog stand is probably the easiest dog trick here! Your ‘lure and reward’ will be the main key here. Just remember to take this trick gradually and be patient!

Step One: Simply raise the treat in front of your dog’s nose, then slowly off the ground. Your dog’s nose should follow the treat. The second your dog reaches a standing position, or the desired height, reward him or her!

Step Two: You can gradually increase the time duration your dog is ‘standing’ here. Remember, this isn’t a natural position, and it will take time for your dog to build both muscles required and balance!

The Dog Crawl

This is another super easy dog trick for beginners to try! If you’ve ever heard of the army crawl, this is the dog version!

Step One: Your pup will need to know the ‘down’ or ‘lie down’ command. Have them get into a down position!

Hold your treat very close to the floor, at your dog’s face level (next to his nose). Begin to lure him forward! In the beginning, only ask your dog to move a few inches before (ideally clicking to mark success) and rewarding.

Step Three: You can slowly, gradually over time, lengthen the distance you ask your dog to crawl forward! At this point, you can begin incorporating a verbal command or hand signal. Remember to repeat this command or signal every time!

Sit Pretty

Sit Pretty is another adorable yet easy dog trick for beginners, and it is pretty impressive! If your dog is going to beg, why not beg in style?

Step One: Using your lure technique, hold a treat out next to your dog’s nose. Remember, you’re luring with the nose, not the eyes, so stay close to the nose. Slowly bring the treat upward.

Step Two: You want to start out marking and rewarding as soon as your dog’s front paws leave the ground. Repeat this several times before increasing the difficulty and the distance your pup ‘stands’ before you mark and reward.

Step Three: Slowly, over time, increase the sitting height before rewarding until your pup is at a perfect ‘sit pretty’ height! Now you can begin incorporating both the ‘sit pretty’ command and a hand signal!

Did you know?

You can use the sound setting on your e-collar as a marker to mark good behavior, just like you would the ‘click’ of a clicker!

SHIPPING

Shipping:

Shipping times may vary based on the shipping method selected and the destination entered during checkout. Items may be shipped from our Australian Warehouse or from our Partnered International Warehouses depending on your checkout location.

Australia Warehouse:

  • Free Standard Delivery with Tracking: Approx 3-12 business days
  • $12.95 Auspost Express Delivery with Tracking: Approx 2-4 business days

Partnered International Warehouses:

  • Free Delivery Worldwide with Tracking: Approx 4-16 business days

Handling:

Handling time varies depending on the product selected. Our usual handling time at BARKAHOLICS® is 2-3 business days unless item is out of stock/on back order or is being shipped from our partnered international warehouse.

Tracking:

Once the tracking number has been updated, it will take a few days for tracking info to appear and tracking number is delivered via email from Auspost or added to your order from our international warehouse. If your order has been delayed for any reason, ie: out of stock, on back order, customs clearance hold etc. Your order will be sent as soon as it becomes available.

LEGAL INFORMATION

Is the use of BARKAHOLICS® E-Collars for dogs Illegal in your State of Australia?

STATE
YES/NO NAME OF ACT / SPECIAL CONDITIONS & REQUIREMENTS

 

ACT

YES Animal Welfare Act
NSW YES Section 16 of the Act, Section 13 and Schedule 1 of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (General) Regulation 1996 and Schedule 1 make the use of electric dog collars illegal. One exception to this rule is electric collars associated with canine invisible boundaries. These are not illegal provided the canine invisible boundary is used to confine dogs, but only used inside a fence through which dogs cannot pass and that is not less than 1.5 metres high.

NT

NO Regulation 4 and Schedule 1 of the Animal Welfare Regulations allow for the use of electric shock collars in the course of training a dog (excluding collars operated by a remote control device).
QLD NO All Shock Collars are Legal for use in Queensland
SA YES Animal Welfare Act
TAS NO Animal Welfare Act 1993 (As long as there is no pain to the animal)
VIC
NO

Subject to exemptions under Reg 7E(2)

Permitted under prescribed circumstances Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Regulations 1997 (Reg 7E(2)). See www.dpi.vic.gov.au/animalwelfare for details.

 WA
NO

Animal Welfare (General ) Regulations 200

 

Please Note: BARKAHOLICS® takes No legal liability in the use of any of our training collars.

If you live in a State that they are illegal you agree in taking full responsibility of your actions in purchasing/using our product against the stated law above. Purchase at your own risk of prosecution for not following above guidelines.

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