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Why do you need Luxipaws™ Dog Training Collar with Remote?
- Safe, Humane & Effective Training - With 3 types of correction, (beep, vibrate, and shock) dogs will learn and remember very quickly. Each correction comes with 99 intensity levels that can be adjusted to suit your dog's needs.
- Cost Friendly - We make our dog training device to be affordable so every dog owner can get the most benefit from it. Connect up to 3 collars for 3 dogs with a single device. No on-going payment, one time purchase only.
- Built to Last - Luxipaws™ is built for any weather. The receiver has an IP65 waterproof rating and the remote controller has a rainproof rating. Don't stop your dogs from playing in the weather.
- Easy Operation - Anyone can use Luxipaws™ Dog Training Collar. Pairing and sending corrections to the collars are simple and easy.
- Peace & Freedom - Once your dog is trained, you will never have to worry about dog running away, destroying your plants, barking at night, etc. Training your dog means you are opening a door to peace & freedom.
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- 1 x Dog Training Remote Control
- 1/2/3 x Receiver & Collar
- 2 x Metal Probes
- 2 x Silicone Covers
- 1 x Charging Cable
- 1 x LED Tester
- 1 x User Manual
- Turn on the remote by pressing the sound or vibrate button.
- Select CH1 (Channel 1) by pressing the CH button on the remote.
- Turn on the collar receiver by pressing the power button located at the back of the receiver (The LED lamp will flash every 3 seconds, indicating it has not been paired)
- Long press the power button on the collar to send a signal to the remote for the pairing process. (The LED lamp will flash quicker, indicating it is waiting for the remote to accept the signal).
- Press the sound mode on the remote to accept the signal. You will hear a long beep sound, indicating it has been successfully paired.
- Test each type of correction mode & adjust the intensity level before putting it on the dog’s neck.
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Easy & Effective Dog Training
Luxipaws™ Dog Training Collar with remote is the perfect training collar to train your dogs. We make this training collar easy to use, effective, and cost-friendly.
You can do a lot of things with this device, starting from teaching your dog the basic obedience commands, and training almost anything you want with different types of correction modes, including sound warning, vibration alert, and static shock.
With the right tools, we believe that you will see positive changes in your dog’s behavior. Join our happy customer and upgrade your training system to Luxipaws™ Dog Training Collar now!
Collar range from 6 to 28 inches, suitable for most sizes of dogs (between 15-100lbs)
Connect up to 3 dogs
Control the pack using only a single remote control. Best protection for the pack.
Luxipaws™ is built for any weather. Don’t stop your dogs from playing in the weather.
Rechargeable & Portable
Whether you’re camping or traveling, take Luxipaws with you wherever you go
Luxipaws™ vs Others
Connects up to 3 collars
Wide control range
99 Intensity Levels
No Internet Connections Needed
One time purchase, no on-going payments
170 x 150 x 50mm
2 headed charing cable
150g (5.2 oz)
Beep, Vibration, Shock
Suitable Dog Sizes
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The transmitter will track the distance of your dog by sending repeated signals to the receiver device that is attached to the dog’s collar.
When the collar receives the signal transmitted, it will figure that the collar is still within the safe zone and no correction will be sent off.
If for some reason the collar stops receiving signal (e.g collar goes out of boundary, signal blocked by obstacle, or the transmitter runs out of battery), the collar will figure that it is no longer in the safe zone and corrections will be sent off.
It will first send a beep, vibrate and lastly shock. The collar sends a 1.5ma shock which has been tested and proven to be safe for dogs or other pets shock. If your dog is stubborn or hard of hearing then a shock will make sure they stop running and come back to the zone.
- Plan your layout and estimate the radius distance of the transmitter to put it in the best spot
- Install the metal contact probe and the silicone coverto the receiver
- Turn on the transmitter and receiver to start pairing
- Once it is paired, go to the training mode and try all modes available to check if the receiver work properly
- To check if the shock mode works properly, use the LED tester provided in the box and put it on the metal probe. If the LED lights up, then the shock mode works properly
- Test the coverage distance of the transmitter. Press the mode button to enter the fence mode
- Set a distance that you wish the transmitter to cover
- With the LED tester placed on the metal contact probe, walk away from the transmitter and see if the distance covered is what you wish for
- When the transmitter is out of the set boundaries, the transmitter will send corrections starting from beep, vibrate and lastly a shock. When the shock correction is working, the LED tester will light up
- After testing all of the features, your installation process has been completed and it’s time to put it into action
- Put it on the pet’s neck and adjust the length of the strap accordingly
Introduce the dog on how the unit works is necessary to be taken before putting it to practice.
After initial set up is completed, put the collar on your dog. For starter, put dog on a leash and walk your dog towards the boundary line until it beep and quickly bring back the dog inside the boundary where the collar does not beep.
Repeat this several times during the training session for a couple of days. Eventually, your dog will get shocked, and that’s when your dog learns. After a good 1 or 2 shocks dog will start to understand the limitation and boundary.
Absolutely! You can connect your system up to 3 collars for 3 dogs.
No, you don’t need WiFi or an internet connection. The wireless fence unit can tell how far away your dog is by using the signal sent from the transmitter to the receiver.
Our wireless dog fence can cover up to 300 meters in radius. It can be set starting from a distance of 15, 30, 60, 90, 150, and up to 300 meters. If there is a wall or building between the transmitter and the receiver, as well as other obstacles such as trees, cars, trucks, or metal buildings, the signal may be blocked and the collar will not be able to travel as far.
The 2 in 1 Luxipaws™ Wireless Dog Fence & Training Collar is fully adjustable. It can be adjusted starting from 6 to 28 inches, suitable for dogs of all sizes (between 15 to 110 pounds).
It depends on how frequently the unit works. For safety and better experience, we suggest charging the unit every time after use, just like charging our mobile phone every night so that it will be ready for the next playtime session. It takes 4-5 hours to charge the transmitter and 2-3 hours to charge the receivers. In standby mode, the transmitter could last up to 2 weeks and the collar could last up to 1 week.
Unfortunately, the wireless fence transmitter covers area in a circular shape. It is best to put the wireless transmitter in an open space such as your backyard to prevent any signal interference that could shorten the distance coverage.
When your dog runs out of the set boundary or when the collar is unable to receive a signal from the transmitter, the collar will run 2 cycles of beep, vibrate, shock. Once the 2 cycle is completed, for safety reason it will only keep producing beep sound (no shock) until your dog returns to the set boundary or until the collar is able to receive signal from the transmitter again.
Cesar has partnered with Halo on our mission to make the world a safer place for dogs, and his training methodology was baked into every aspect of the Halo Collar – from the training modules to the way the collar's Feedback works.What is the range of Luxipaws? ›
Our wireless dog fence can cover up to 300 meters in radius. It can be set starting from distance 15, 30, 60, 90, 150, and up to 300 meters.What kind of training collar does JAS leverette use? ›
“I use Halo Collar with my clients because it is an easy to use device where all the technology is contained within the collar. I not only want to provide my clients with the best technology — I want to help an important cause, as many dogs get lost or escape their traditional electric fences yearly.”What collars do vets recommend? ›
The calming collar most commonly recommended by Dr. O'Sullivan is Adaptil, while other veterinarians recommend Sentry.Which type of dog collar is considered the safest and most humane? ›
Martingale Dog Collars. Martingale collars are one of the most popular types of training collars because they are the most comfortable and the safest to use. This style of collar is designed to tighten or cinch up a little bit when your dog pulls but then loosens comfortably when they are walking appropriately.What training does Cesar Millan use? ›
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Use of shock collars can also habituate your pet to pain and cause increases in aggression and fear-based behaviours. 4.) The experts advise against using shock collars. Veterinary associations and humane organizations have long recognized that punishment-based training can be detrimental to animals.What is the difference between a shock collar and a vibration collar? ›
Vibration Collar vs Shock Collar
A vibration collar uses varying levels of vibration whereas a shock collar uses static correction. Although it is a misconception that shock collars give your dog an actual “shock“, vibration collars are considered to be milder in sensation.
The basic collar that each dog in the K9 program wears is a chain choke collar. The handlers mostly use the stationary ring of the collar when leading the dog, and sometimes the active ring when corrections might be needed.What collar does Tip Top K-9 use? ›
We use something called an E-collar and that is good for you and for your dog. You will get peace of mind knowing that the best dog trainer in Southlake Texas is teaching you how to properly train your dog.
When Leverette begins work with them, they are wearing very thin cord-like slip collars. This allows the dogs to be controlled with a lot less overt force; it's too painful and choking to pull or “act like a fool” (as one owner describes his dog's problematic behavior) with a narrow cord on your throat.Do vets recommend collars or harnesses? ›
Harnesses are usually the best choice for walking dogs because they don't put pressure on the neck. But collars are generally more comfortable and have a place to hold an ID tag. You should use a harness and not a collar if you have a dog prone to breathing issues (like a pug).Are thicker collars better for dogs? ›
In general, thicker collars will provide more support, making them ideal for stronger dogs. Wider collars are also more comfortable because they will reduce the pressure on the neck. Keep in mind, however, that wider collars will weigh more, making them a poor decision for small breeds.Do vibration collars hurt dogs? ›
Will a vibration collar hurt my dog? Nope! Vibration collars will simply send a buzz to your dog's neck. They will not shock or cause Fido any pain.What is the difference between a martingale and a collar? ›
The fundamental difference between a martingale dog collar and a traditional dog collar is that it has two loops. One is for adjusting size around your dog's neck, whilst the other acts to offer extra control when a lead is attached.What is the best collar to stop pulling? ›
This kind of collar features the following: The limited and gentle tightening can act as a reminder to the dog not to pull. They are humane. Dogs that have small heads relative to their neck size can sometimes back out of collars; this helps prevent that from happening.
Use of shock collars can also habituate your pet to pain and cause increases in aggression and fear-based behaviours. 4.) The experts advise against using shock collars. Veterinary associations and humane organizations have long recognized that punishment-based training can be detrimental to animals.What's the difference between an e-collar and a shock collar? ›
E-collar vs Shock Collar
The term shock collar technically refers to the same thing but is typically used in a derogatory manner. Some balanced dog trainers have made an attempt to reclaim the term “shock collar” but “e-collar” is still the most commonly used term.
Place something on the floor that your dog would really like to get to, such as a toy. If your dog pulls on the lead to get towards the toy, stop and call them towards you. Their reward for walking on a loose lead is getting to the toy. This way, the dog learns that pulling just slows things down.How do I stop my dog from pulling when I walk? ›
If your dog pulls ahead, simply stop. Lure them back to your side with a piece of food and when they do this, feed and praise them again. This technique is very simple and uncomplicated – if your dog walks on a loose lead they get well rewarded and get to continue on his journey.
Traditional collars can harm a dog's neck if it pulls hard on the leash or if a pet owner uses the collar to pull the dog around. “You are potentially damaging the dog's neck by jerking it,” Hodges says. “The neck is a very, very sensitive area.”
Some trainers also use them with dogs who are scared of people or who bark and lunge at other dogs (among other 'nuisance' behaviours). Shock collars are used on these dogs to teach them to stop showing these behaviours using positive punishment.Do police dogs use shock collars? ›
E-collars are the wireless modern way to train police K-9s. Consisting of a special collar equipped with batteries, electric contact points and a radio receiver tuned to the handler's handheld transmitter, e-collars allow police K-9s to be trained off-leash and at a distance.What is better than a shock collar? ›
This type of collar uses vibration, not electric shock, to get your dog's attention. Vibrating collars can be useful to train a deaf dog who can't hear your voice or a clicker.
An ultra-sensitive pet might become frightened, stressed, alarmed or confused by an electronic shock collar. However, the vibrating sensations produced by these collars are gentler and more easily tolerated by sensitive or mild-tempered dogs.Which is better e-collar or prong collar? ›
One major benefit of the remote training collar over the prong collar and many other tools is that we are not required to have a leash attached to the device in order for us to benefit from it. As such, the e-collar gives us the ability to effectively communicate with the dog, off-leash and at great distances.Is it better to train a dog to walk with a collar or harness? ›
In general, it's better to start your puppy's leash training with a harness and move on to a collar later. This is because puppies tend to pull strongly when first learning to walk on a leash. A collar might push on your puppy's trachea when they pull, possibly damaging it.What age should you start a dog on a training collar? ›
The Recommended Age
The majority of dog training collar manufacturers recommend that a dog be at least 6 months of age before the introduction of a remote training collar. Generally, this is a good rule of thumb, however, in certain instances, it may prove beneficial to wait a little longer.
Wearing the collar constantly will cause skin irritation and potential pressure sores due to the snug fit required for proper use. On average, most dogs can wear the collar for 8 -10 hours per day without developing skin problems.