Effective remote training collar even works in water!
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Remote control spray collar for dogs uses a citronella spray to redirect and distract bad behavior
Collar works anywhere - even in water - to train your dog without static correction
Uses citronella spray for correction and allows you to reinforce positive behavior with sound
Remote control spray collar uses no electronic correction and has a 250 ft transmitter range. Use of this remote control spray collar allows you to do two important things: Interrupt your dog's unwanted behavior and reinforce a positive response.
Unwanted behaviors are interrupted by a harmless, disruptive spray. Positive behaviors are reinforced with a rewarding tone from the collar. Trains your dog with sight, sound and feel to redirect bad behavior. Choose from two different levels of spray plus positive tone option. Waterproof, so your training is not interrupted when your pet enters the water.
100% safe for people, pets, and the environment. Increases loyalty and obedience with no pain and no side effects. Correction collar is adjustable to fit neck sizes up to 22".
System includes: Remote unit, spray unit (3.2 oz), adjustable quick-snap black collar, citronella cartridge (approx 18-23 sprays), two 6-volt alkaline batteries, and instruction booklet. For dogs 8 lbs and up. Fits up to 22" neck. Use refill intended for use with this unit.
Instruction Guide How it works
Spray Commander uses a remote control and a harmless spray collar to re-direct the attention of the distracted or misbehaving dog, or one that has learned that obedience is optional. It can be activated at a distance up to 250 feet. In addition to having two levels of spray to disrupt unwanted behaviors, the Spray Commander also incorporates a sound signal for positive reinforcement. You can use it to let your dog know when the behavior he is engaged in is acceptable. The sound becomes a reward for your dog.
The Kit Includes:
Can of citronella spray
Two 6-volt alkaline batteries
Instruction guide with warranty card
Adjusting the collar to the spray device.
Remove the keeper from the black collar. Pass the black collar through the loops of the spray device. Put the keeper back on the collar. The curved edge of the keeper should face inward.
Feed the free end of the collar into the slot of the buckle that is closest to the Multivet logo from the back to the front. Then, thread the free end of the collar through the outside slot from the front to the back. The free end should now hang on the outside, then thread the keeper.
Adjust the collar to fit like a regular collar. You should be able to easily pass two fingers between your dog's neck and the device. We suggest that you check the collar regularly to make sure that it is well adjusted.
Note: If these instructions are not properly followed, the buckle can easily be pulled of the collar. This could lead to the device being lost or damaged.
Your dog must get used to the device before you actually start using it. We suggest that you make your dog wear the spray device during 4 to 5 days before inserting the battery and filling the device. At the same time, we also suggest that you remove and put the collar back frequently on your dog.
Filling the device
Set the device on a flat surface, with the fill-up valve turned upwards. Shake the spray can before using it.
Hold the can upside down, then insert the aerosol tip in the fill-up valve - the deepest cavity - then press down firmly for 10 seconds. Release pressure and press down for another 10 seconds, then release.
Note: If spray is escaping as you attempt to fill the device increase the downward pressure on the refill can to get a better seal. You cannot overfill the device. When completely filled, there should be enough gas in your device for 18-23 sprays.
Inserting the battery
Slide off the battery cover from the spray device and insert one 6-volt alkaline battery without forcing it, keeping the polarity in mind (+ and -). Slide the cover back on.
Slide off the battery cover from the remote control and insert one 6-volt alkaline battery, respecting polarity (+ and -). Slide the cover back on.
The Spray Settings - The spray is used to interrupt the dog and redirect his attention. The more a dog seems absorbed by his activity, the longer the spray will have to be to stop and correct his behavior, and to redirect his attention.
No programming needed - The Spray Commander device and remote control are pre-programmed to make their use easer for you and your pet!
Adjust the device onto the dog's neck with the Spray Commander logo facing inward. Make sure the spray nozzle is pointing towards the dog's snout.
Turn the device on.
Do's and Don'ts
Never inflict punishment, pain or cruelty on your pet - even if he refuses to listen. Have patience and follow the training tips provided.
Reward your pet when he listens and obeys your commands.
Never let the dog ignore a command he understands.
Do not use the spray when you want your dog to obey a command that he does not understand yet.
Never fill the device while your dog is wearing it because it may damage the fill-up valve.
Never fasten a leash to the Spray Commander collar.
To ensure that your dog does not make the connection between you and the Spray Commander, don't let him see you prepare the device, neither for the first try, nor for subsequent use. Keep your dog away while you prepare the device as well as when you fill it or change the battery.
Make sure the device is always ready to function, should the dog display undesirable behavior. We recommend that you check the device every day to make sure it contains enough spray.
Put the collar around the dog's neck at least 20 minutes before the training session begins so that the dog doesn't associate wearing the spray collar with the exercises.
Turn OFF the device while not in use.
The Spray Commander is not a toy. Keep it away from the reach of children. Use it only for its training purpose.
Multivet's Spray Commander must be used only on healthy dogs. We recommend that you take your dog to a veterinarian before using the Spray Commander if he is not in good health.
Do not leave your device unattended where your dog could get a hold of it and damage it through chewing.
Always make sure that batteries you are using are still adequate to operate the device. The device requires 6-volt alkaline batteries, easily available from Multivet.
Never fill the device with any other substance than the one provided by Multivet. Using another substance, as well as opening the device, will void the manufacturer's warranty.
If your dog tries to take off the device, a harness can be used instead of the collar provided in the kit. Dog harnesses are available in all good pet shops.
The hypo-allergenic spray can is a pressurized container. Do not pierce it, heat it or dispose of it in a fire as it may explode. Please read instructions on the can.
Do not expose the device neither to freezing temperatures nor to conditions warmer than 113°F/45°C. Be particularly careful not to leave the device in direct sunlight either by a window or in a car on a summer day, etc.
Do not attempt to repair the device yourself. This will invalidate the warranty.
The device is activated by radio signals sent by the Spray Commander remote control. The strength of the signal may be affected by environmental conditions, topological features and electromagnetic interference.
This being a radio frequency device, battery consumption can be elevated.
If you have problems with your Spray Commander Remote Control System:
Make sure that both the device (receiver collar) and the transmitter (remote) have the same ID number.
Place a new battery into the receiver collar. Fill the device, then turn it on.
Press button 1 on the remote control; the receiver collar should emit a beep.
Press buttons 2 and 3; the receiver collar should release a small spray (button 2), and a large one (button 3). If nothing happens when pressing buttons 1, 2, or 3, there may be a problem with either the transmitter or the receiver circuits.
If any of the 3 buttons produces a reaction in the receiver collar, then the transmitter is working.
However, if no spray is released with buttons 2 and 3, but button 1 activates the sound signal, then the batteries could be low, or the device may not be filled properly. If all is fine in both cases, then there could be a problem with the spraying mechanism on the receiver collar.
If both spray buttons work, but no sound signal can be heard when pressing button 1, then the piezo buzzer may be faulty.
If the device doesn't seem to hold its contents, or gas can be heard leaking from the collar, please contact customer service.
If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, or if you need more information on our product line, please email the manufacturer at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the manufacturer website: www.multivet-inter.com.
Remote collars are one of the most effective training tools for professional trainers and individual pet owners alike. They offer many benefits when you can't always be near your pet to correct bad behavior at a distance.
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