Previously, we have done reviews on some of the Best Collars for various breeds such as Chihuahuas, Pitbulls, Yorkies and Beagles. When I reviewed those collars, I read that there are quite a number of deaf dogs, hence sonic solutions wouldn’t help them at all. In such cases, there are some Vibration Collar For Deaf dogs that is specially catered for the deaf dogs. Hence, this article will be solely for the sake of reviewing some of the Best Training Collar For Deaf Dog.
|SportDOG Brand FieldTrainer 425||Epica Remote Dog Training Collar||Dogwidgets DW-3||Dog Training Collar||PetSafe|
|Type||Tone, Vibration, Static||Vibration, Static||Vibration, Static||Vibration, Static||Vibration, Static|
|Range||500 yards||1000 feet||600 feet||600 feet||850 yards|
|Min. Weight||8 pounds||Not Stated||15 pounds||6 pounds||8 pounds|
|Neck Size||5" to 22"||12" to 20"||12" to 20"||6" to 24"||Up to 22"|
|Waterproof?||Waterproof up to 25 ft||Water Resistant||Water Resistant||Water Resistant||Water Resistant|
- Best Training Collar For Deaf Dog
- Teach Hand Signals To Deaf Dogs
Best Training Collar For Deaf Dog
The SportDOG Brand FieldTrainer 425 is featured in many dog training sites that we have visited. Also, I do know of several owners of deaf dogs who swear by this awesome Training Collar For Deaf Dog.
To train your dog, it comes with various options for you to choose from. It has vibration stimulation, static stimulation and also tone. The tone function is completely useless here, but the vibration and static stimulation are excellent for training your deaf dog.
It allows you to have 7 varying intensities of static stimulation. The SportDOG Brand FieldTrainer 425 is also a Strong Vibration Collar For Deaf Dogs. Many owners have commented that the vibration levels is much stronger than other Training Collar For Deaf Dog that they have purchased.
This Vibration Collar For Deaf Dogs is also waterproof and submersible to 25 feet. Per charge, it can last from 50 hours to 70 hours. Do remember to remove the training collar when not in use. It fits dogs weighing 8 pounds or larger, and neck sizes from 5 inches to 22 inches.
It does comes with a remote control that allows you to provide instant feedback to the Training Collar For Deaf Dog. With a working radius of up to 500 yards, you can train your dog in the open without fearing that the transmission will be lost.
Pros: Vibration and static stimulation. Strong vibration. Waterproof. Remote control.
Our Rating: (4.9 / 5)
This Epica Remote Dog Training Collar Shock and Vibration for 2 Dogs is also a Strong Vibration Collar For Deaf Dogs. It is widely received in the dog community, hence we chose to review it.
There are two different stimulation for this Training Collar For Deaf Dogs. It has 2 levels of static stimulation and 1 level of vibration stimulation. The vibration stimulus is said to be strong enough to train your dog to avoid certain negative behavior. This is very important if your dog is deaf.
One of the top reasons why I chose to review this is because we are able to correct the dog’s behavior remotely via the controls. As this is catered to 2 dogs, you can correct the behavior of the dogs separately. There are individual controls on the remote control that caters of each training collar. This Strong Vibration Collar For Deaf Dogs have a reach of 1000 feet.
Another top feature is that it has a smart battery function that turns the training receivers off if they remains still for a few minutes. This helps to conserve and prolong the battery life. However, do note that the Training Collar For Deaf Dog is not waterproof. It can resist rain water though. It can be used on dogs with neck sizes ranging from 12 inches to 20 inches.
Pros: For 2 dogs. Can correct dog behavior separate on the remote control. Strong vibration.
Cons: Not waterproof.
Our Rating: (4.8 / 5)
This Dogwidgets DW-3 Dog Training Collar also comes out tops in terms of being one of the Best Training Collar For Deaf Dog. It has the highest number of reviews on Amazon too.
It has 2 different modes of stimulation, which is static stimulation and vibration, to correct your dog’s behavior. To assist you in correcting your deaf dog’s behavior, it has 6 different levels of static stimulation, and 1 level of vibration level. Many owners have commented that the vibration level is strong enough to stop the dog from exhibiting unwanted behavior. It is completely humane, and the 2000 plus reviewers on Amazon is a testament to that.
To use this Strong Vibration Collar For Deaf Dogs, you will need to use the accompanying remote. It helps you to administer the correctional stimulus as and when you decide to. With 7 buttons for you to press, it is extremely easy for you to correct your deaf dog’s behavior.
It has a range of up to 600 feet, which is optimal if you live in the countryside. However, it is not waterproof. It is resistant to water, so it can withstand the weather. You wouldn’t require external batteries as it relies on its internal rechargeable battery. It is stated to work on dogs who weighs from 15 to 100 pounds, with a neck size of 12 inches to 20 inches.
Pros: Vibration and static stimulation. Adequate vibration level.
Cons: Not waterproof.
Our Rating: (4.5 / 5)
This Vibration Collar For Deaf Dogs is one of collars that receives a high rating on Amazon. The Dog Training Collar With Remote Shock Vibration E-Collar is suited for all dogs too.
It is also developed by DogWidgets. It has 6 levels of static correction and 1 level of vibration. This allows you to administer the desired correctional stimulus to your dog. With this Training Collar For Deaf Dog, you can effectively train your deaf dog various commands. Be it potty training, hand signals or other commands, your deaf dog will easily associate certain actions as desirable.
This Strong Vibration Collar For Deaf Dogs comes with a remote control. It allows you to administer the correctional stimulus to your dog over a maximum distance of 600 feet. This is good if you intend to use this for training over a long distance. Also, the correctional stimulus is guaranteed to be safe and humane for your dog.
This Vibration Collar For Deaf Dogs can be used on dogs weighing from 6 to 100 pounds. The neck size ranges from 6 to 24 inches.
Pros: Vibration and static stimulation. Strong vibration level.
Cons: Not waterproof.
Our Rating: (4.6 / 5)
There is another Strong Vibration Collar For Deaf Dogs that you might want to consider. The PetSafe Remote Trainer with Vibration Dog Collar is again one of the Best Training Collar For Deaf Dogs!
It has one of the biggest range of correctional stimulus for your deaf dog. It comes with a whooping 17 different levels of static correction and/or vibration stimulus. In addition, with the remote control, you can choose to give your dog a continuous correction or a quick correction, depending on the severity of the action.
With a range of 850 yards, you can use this Strong Vibration Collar For Deaf Dogs while outdoors with your dogs. Both the collar and the remote control uses rechargeable batteries, which you can simply purchase in many hardware shops.
This Vibration Collar For Deaf Dogs is stated to fit dogs weighing from 8 pounds up, or neck sizes up to 22 inches. Being a waterproof collar, you can use it while your dog is swimming too.
Pros: Waterproof. High range at 850 yards. 17 different levels of static correction and/or vibration stimulus.
Cons: Not portable.
Our Rating: (4.8 / 5)
Teach Hand Signals To Deaf Dogs
We included this portion into the article of the Best Training Collar For Deaf Dog because training these dogs will definitely be different from training normal dogs. For normal dogs, we can use verbal cues to correct wrong behavior. In the case of deaf dogs, we can use hand signals to act as visual cues to them.
You can use the Vibration Collar For Deaf Dogs that helps to reinforce the hand signals. Some of the common hand signals that you can teach is teaching your dog how to sit. This is the easiest, as you just need to show your palm facing downwards to the floor.
The other hand signal that might be crucial can be utilized by using your first finger. Point it to a location that you would like the dog to go to, and it will registered into their minds.
There are several other ways of using hand signals to teach deaf dogs certain commands all over the internet too!