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New PetSafe Spray Collars Help Train Dogs

Pet Age Staff//March 27, 2019//

New PetSafe Spray Collars Help Train Dogs

Pet Age Staff //March 27, 2019//

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Press release: PetSafe

PetSafe brand, a global leader in the development of pet product solutions, is launching two new electronic collars to provide the best options available to train your dog. The PetSafe Spray Bark Collar and PetSafe Remote Spray Trainer are premium training collars that deliver a gentle burst of spray to stop unwanted behaviors such as barking or not coming when called.

The PetSafe Spray Bark Collar deters unwanted or excessive barking, whining and whimpering with a mild burst of citronella or unscented spray using a rechargeable, water-resistant collar. Innovative sound and vibration technology detects the dog’s bark to distinguish it from all other noises, so there are no false corrections, even from other dogs’ barking. Convenient, recyclable and easy-to-use refill cartridges provide 35 sprays each, helping reduce barking in as little as two weeks.

The PetSafe Remote Spray Trainer, activated by a handheld remote, features spray, vibration and tone training options to accommodate each pet’s training needs. With a range of 300 yards, the trainer can be used to teach basic commands including walking off leash and recall, or can help correct unwanted behaviors such as jumping or digging. The rechargeable system features a water-resistant collar, waterproof remote and easy-to-use citronella or unscented refill cartridges, each providing 35 sprays.

“Every pet is unique, and we’re committed to offering a wide variety of training options so owners can make the best choice based on their needs and their dog’s temperament,” says Ryan Hubbard, PetSafe Training and Bark Category Manager. “These new offerings highlight our ongoing commitment to incorporating the latest technology trends and customer insights into our product roster to meet a diverse set of needs.”

The products will be available on the PetSafe website and most U.S. pet retailers in April.

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