PetSafe ST-70 Remote Dog Training Collar
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Affordable, effective and easy to use, the PetSafe ST-70 Easy Remote Dog Trainer Collar kit will help you resolve your pet training problems through its safe and harmless static stimulations that will help correct, redirect and reinforce your dog's bad training habits effectively. The basic trainer kit comes with specially designed water-resistant remote transmitter and receiver collar for more efficient supervision, better communication and more flexible training at a lower cost.
12 levels to choose from and 2 different Tones.
With a lead in range up to 70 metres and 12 stimulation levels along with two tone options, you can take your dog for a run or hike without having to put it on the leash and still communicate effectively through it's specially designed handheld transmitter and receiver collar. With a push button, the Remote Transmitter sends signal to activate the receiver collar that will produce safe static stimulation ---a brief and harmless corrective tingle--- which your dog can easily associate with his behaviour that helps your dog learn new tricks and boundaries.
PetSafe ST-70 Remote Trainer Features
- • 70 Metre Range - For More Flexible Training
- • Receiver Collar - Water resistant up to 3 metres
- • Water Resistant Remote Transmitter
- • 12 Levels of Static Stimulation (4 Low, 4 Medium, and 4 High)
- • Two Tone (Beep) Buttons Levels
- • Adjustable Collar Strap for Neck Sizes up to 71cm
- • CR2032 Replaceable Button Batteries
- • For Dogs over 3.6 kg
- • 3 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty
What comes with the PetSafe ST-70 Remote Trainer package?
- • PetSafe ST-70 Basic Receiver Collar
- • PetSafe ST-70 Basic Remote Transmitter
- • Test Light Tool
- • Adjustable Wrist Strap Loop for Easy Carrying
- • (4) 3-volt Lithium CR2032 Batteries (Included)
- • Owner’s Manual
- • Training Manual
How does the PetSafe ST-70 Remote Dog Training Collar work?
UNLEASH YOUR DOG WITH THE REMOTE TRAINER'S UP TO 70 METRE RANGE
With the PetSafe's Basic Remote Trainer's up to 70 metre range of reach, you can comfortably run with your dog in the park and roam around your property freely at any given day without the leash.
WEATHER-PROOF BUILT --- WATER-RESISTANT REMOTE TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER
The basic remote trainer's remote transmitter and receiver collar are good for indoor and outdoor use with it's water-resistant built. However, the devices are not subsmersible.
FEATURES 12 LEVELS OF STATIC STIMULATION LEVELS
The PetSafe ST-70 Remote collar features 12 user selected static pulse stimulation settings for better flexibility and training. It has 4 Low, 4 Medium and 4 High Static Stimulation Range switches, you are assured that there’s a level best fit for your dog’s attitude and temperament.
UP TO 71cm ADJUSTABLE COLLAR STRAP
The basic trainer kit includes a completely adjustable and detachable collar strap ---perfect for neck sizes up to 71cm.
ON/OFF BATTERY MODULE and FOUR (4) 3-VOLT LITHIUM CR2032 REPLACEABLE BATTERIES
The PetSafe ST-70 Basic Remote Trainer kit uses 2 CR2032 button batteries. It features a sleep mode that saves battery when not in use. With replaceable 3-volt Lithium CR2032 Batteries, you’re assured the device good for long time use.
BEST FOR DOG’S FROM 3kgs
The PetSafe ST-70 Basic Remote Trainer kit collar is designed for dogs weighing 4kg. It comes with an ergonomically adjustable strap perfect for stimulation, control and comfortable breathing.
3 YEAR MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY
The remote trainer from PetSafe is a high quality remote kit covered by a 3 year manufacturer’s warranty.
PetSafe Easy Dog Training Collar Review Unboxing
We unboxed the Petsafe Basik ST-70 Remote Trainer and even tested it on our self. Watch it below
PetSafe® ST-70 Remote Dog Trainer Manual
How the PetSafe® ST-70 System Works
The PetSafe® ST-70 Basic Remote Trainer is easy for your pet and simple to use. So, now you can experience the diversity a Remote Trainer can make. By spending less time training and more time enjoying with your dog. The Remote Trainer will help you in controlling your pet without a lead in a range of up to 70 metres. Your Remote Transmitter sends a signal activated with the push of a button, your dog’s Receiver Collar. The dog will receive a safe but distracting stimulation. In no time, you’ll have a better-behaved pet because your dog will quickly learn the association between his behaviour and your correction. The PetSafe® ST-70 Basic Remote Trainer has been effective, verified safe and comfortable for both small and large dog breeds. Using the Remote Trainer consistently and correctly, any basic compliance commands can be taught and much misbehaviour that your pet exhibits can be corrected.
Important: The PetSafe® ST-70 Basic Remote Trainer can reach up to 70 metres. To achieve the optimum range in a horizontal position away, by holding the Remote Transmitter from your body. Terrain, weather, vegetation, transmission from other radio devices, and other are the factors that will affect the maximum range.
Remote Transmitter: The device that transmits the signal to the Receiver Collar.
Switch for Static Stimulation Range: The stimulation can be adjusted to the ranges of Low(I), Medium (II), or High (III).
Buttons for the Static Stimulation Level (4 Yellow): The button that is to use in delivering the stimulation through the Contact Points on the Receiver Collar.
Button for Tone A (Low Tone): The button to use that sends an audible Low Tone to the Receiver Collar. No delivery of static stimulation.
Button for Tone B (High Tone): The button to use that sends an audible High Tone to the Receiver Collar. No delivery of static stimulation.
Notice: The Remote Transmitter will go on “time-out” when a Static Stimulation or Tone Button is held for 10 seconds or more. It is important that the button need to be released for 5 seconds and pressed again before any additional static stimulation or tone will be delivered.
LED Indicator Light of the Remote Transmitter: The light indicates that the tone or static stimulation is being transmitted. It is also used for pairing mode. See the “Prepare the Remote Transmitter” section for additional details.
LED of the Remote Transmitter - Functionalities and its responses
The Response of LED Light
If the Unit is On
While the button is being pressed, the light indicates On
The condition of the battery is Low
Light from the LED flashes 3 times in every 5 seconds
Battery Cover: Encloses the batteries.
Wrist Strap Loop: It is where the Wrist Strap is being attached for easier carrying.
Receiver Collar: Delivers static stimulation from the Remote Transmitter and also tone on a signal.
Contact Points: Delivers static stimulation to your pet from the Remote Transmitter.
Receiver Collar LED Indicator Light: Indicates that a Static Stimulation or Tone Button being pressed and also serves as a low-battery indicator. Also indicates when pairing mode is complete.
Module for On/Off Battery: Turns the Receiver Collar on and off and houses batteries. See the “Prepare the Receiver Collar” section for additional details.
How to Insert and Remove the Batteries
1. Slide off the cover of the battery (1A).
2. Install the two 3-volt lithium CR2032 batteries with the positive (+) side up (1B).
3. Slid back the battery cover in place (1C).
To confirm that the Batteries are inserted properly:
1. By pressing any button on the Remote Transmitter.
2. The Remote Transmitter LED light indicator should flash to indicate a button has been pressed.
3. If the Remote Transmitter LED light indicator does not flash, the batteries was inserted backwards. Ensuring that the positive (+) sign must be in the side which is up and try taking them out and turning them over.
4. Make contact with the Customer Care Centre if the Remote Transmitter LED still does not flash.
Notice: The Remote Transmitter will “time-out.” when a Static Stimulation or Tone Button is being held for 10 seconds or more. The button needs to be released for 5 seconds and by pressing again before additional static stimulations or tone can be delivered.
Notice: The Remote Transmitter will go into sleep mode after 30 seconds if no buttons being pressed. By pressing any buttons while in sleep mode will wake the Remote Transmitter up without sending a tone or static stimulation.
Preparing the Receiver Collar
How to Insert and Remove the Batteries in the Receiver Collar
1. Turn the battery module counter-clockwise until the symbol aligns with the triangle symbol on the Receiver Collar by using the Test Light Tool or a coin (2A).
2. Removing the module of the battery.
3. Install two 3-volt batteries with the positive (+) side up into the battery module (2B).
4. Replacing the battery module, by aligning the symbol with the triangle symbol on the Receiver Collar. Locking the battery module in place by turning it clockwise with the use of Test Light Tool or a coin until the off symbol ( O ) aligns to the triangle symbol on the Receiver Collar (2C). Substituting the batteries (3-volt, CR2032) can be found at many retailers. Get in touch with the Customer Care Centre or check our website at www.petsafe.net to locate a retailer near you.
In turning the Receiver Collar On and Off
With the use of the Test Light Tool or a coin, the battery module must be turn until the on symbol ( | ) or off symbol ( O ) aligns with the triangle symbol on the Receiver Collar.
Note: Turn the Receiver Collar off when it is not in use in extending the life of the batteries.
Important to remember: The maximum battery service life will only be 10 days if the Receiver Collar is left on always.
Receiver Collar – Function and Response Function LED Light Response
Turn unit on LED will flash 1 time and beeps. Any Remote Transmitter button is pressed on for length of button press Low battery condition LED will flashes 3 times every 5 seconds.
The fit of the Receiver Collar
Important: The appropriate fit and placement of your Receiver Collar is vital for effective operation on your dog. The Contact Points of the Receiver Collar must have direct contact with your dog’s skin on the underside part of his neck. Please follow these steps to assure a proper fit:
1. Making sure that the Receiver Collar is being turned off.
2. Have your dog to stand comfortably in starting the procedure (3A).
3. In placing the Receiver Collar on your dog’s neck, it must close to the ears. The Contact Points must be place at the underneath of the centre on your dog’s neck, touching the skin (3B).
Notice: To make sure that contact is consistent, it will be necessary to trim the hair around the Contact Points. Never shave the hair around the pet’s neck as this may increase the risk of skin irritation.
4. The fit should be snug but not constricting in your dog’s neck. By checking the tightness of the Receiver Collar, you should be able to insert one finger between the collar and your dog’s neck (3C).
5. Recheck the fit of the collar after several minutes in wearing it. As your dog becomes more comfortable with the Receiver Collar, recheck the fit again.
6. Cut the collar as follows: (D). Using a pen, mark the desired length of the collar. Allow some length for growth if your dog is young or grows a thick winter coat. Then remove the Receiver Collar from your dog and cut off excess strap. Seal the edge of the cut collar by applying a flame along the frayed edge of the strap before placing the Receiver Collar back onto your dog. The Receiver Collar should not be left for more than 12 hours out of every 24-hour period on the dog’s neck because leaving the collar on too long will lead to skin irritation. Please read the page 2 for additional information.
How to Re-Thread the Collar
• The slide buckle will prevent the collar from becoming loose around your pet’s neck.
• The collar will slip if it is not properly threaded, so the ridges must be facing up.
In pairing the Receiver Collar and the Remote Transmitter
Follow these steps if the Receiver Collar does not beep after the Tone button of the Remote Transmitter is pressed, or if the Receiver Collar is not responding to the Remote Transmitter:
1. Turn the Receiver Collar off, after taking off the Receiver Collar off your pet.
2. The Receiver Collar must be turn on.
3. Pressing and holding the Tone A, Tone B, and Static Stimulation 4 buttons at the same time will make the LED lit and the collar flashes and beeps, signifying it has learned the Remote Transmitter ID.
4. Pressing the Tone A or Tone B Button. The Receiver Collar should emit a beep tone, confirming that it is paired with the Remote Transmitter.
5. If the Receiver Collar does not respond, please get in touch with the Customer Care Centre.
GUIDE IN TRAINING YOUR DOG
• Get rid of one misbehavior or teach one command for obedience one at a time. If the training is moving fast, it may cause confusion from your pet.
• Be consistent in training your dog and correct your pet every time it misbehaves.
• It is highly recommended that you restrict your pet from situations in which it has a history of misbehaving unless you supervise him. But setting up a situation as a training session will noticeably improve your chances of success.
• Redirect his attention to a simple and proper behavior like “sit” command if your pet reacts to the tones by hiding or acting fearful.
• The Remote Trainer must only be use for pets should be at least 6 months old.
• The training sessions should be done out of hearing range of other pets because other pets in the hearing range will be affected by the training tones. The Remote Trainer should only be used to correct or eliminate any form of aggressive behavior. Please seek advice from your veterinarian or a certified trainer If you are not sure if your dog is aggressive.
Teaching Your Pet using the Tone A (Low Tone)
Spend 10 to 15 minutes per day for 2 or 3 days in helping your dog make the link of the tone with reward and praise before using the Remote Trainer to correct your pet. You can accomplish this by:
1. Pushing the button of Tone A for 2 consecutive seconds.
2. Immediately reward your pet with verbal praise, petting, or a small food reward after releasing the button. Rewarding must be spent for 3 to 5 seconds.
3. The reward must be varying to prevent your pet from anticipating a specific type. Waiting a few minutes and repeat holding the Tone A button for 2 seconds following with praise to your dog. If your pet obviously anticipates a reward when he hears the low tone then this stage of training is completed.
Using Tone B (High Tone)
Press the Tone B button As soon as your pet begins to show the earliest sign of misbehavior. For example, press the Tone B button as soon as he puts one paw on it if you want to teach your dog to stay off the couch. Never wait until your dog is completely on the couch.
1. By holding the Tone B button for up to 2 seconds at a time and as soon as your pet stops the misbehavior, release the button.
2. Release the Tone B button if your pet did not stop the misbehavior after 2 seconds of correction and then press the button for up to 2 consecutive seconds again .
3. Until the misbehavior has stopped, continue the steps.
4. Count out 2 seconds and then push the Tone A Button for 2 consecutive seconds once the misbehavior has stopped.
5. To help your pet maintain the association of the low tone with reward, give your pet a reward after pushing the Tone A Button approximately once every 3 to 5 times.
Discover the Best of the 12 Static Stimulation Levels for Your Pet.
Important: Constantly initiate at the lowest level and work your way up.
The Basic Remote Trainer has 12 Levels of different Static Stimulations. That will allow you to choose the best static stimulations for your pet. It is time to find the Static Stimulation Level that is best for him once you have placed the Receiver Collar on your pet. It is called the Recognition Level. A small change in your pet’s behavior, like looking around in curiosity, scratching at his collar, or flicking his ears, indicates the Recognition Level that is best for him.
To find your Pet’s Proper Level of Stim, follow the steps below:
Level: 1. Press the Static Stimulation Level 1 button continuously for 1 to 2 seconds to start at the Low (I) on the Static Stimulation Range Switch.
2. Do again the Static Stimulation Level a couple of times before moving on to Low Static Stimulation Levels 2, 3, and 4 if your pet doesn’t shows any reaction.
3. By pressing the Static Stimulation Level 1 button continuously for 1 to 2 seconds will move the Static Stimulation Range Switch to Medium (II) if your pet shows no reaction to Low Static Stimulation Levels 1, 2, 3, or 4.
4. Do again the Static Stimulation Level several times before moving up to Medium Static Stimulation Levels 2, 3, and 4 if your pet shows no reaction.
5. WHEN YOUR PET RECEIVES STATIC STIMULATIONS, IT SHOULD NOT VOCALIZE OR PANIC. THE STATIC STIMULATION LEVEL IS TOO HIGH AND YOU NEED TO GO BACK TO THE PREVIOUS LEVEL AND REPEAT THE PROCESS. IF THIS HAPPENS
6. Continue to move up through the Static Stimulation Levels until your pet reliably responds to the static stimulation.
7. Always check the fit of the Receiver Collar when you moved to the Static Stimulation Range Switch to High (III) if your pet continues to show no response. Then return back to step number1 and repeat the process. Your pet’s hair will need to be trimmed around the Contact Points if this still does not show any good results. See the “Test Light Instructions” section if all of these steps have been done and your pet continues to show no reactions of the static stimulation. If all of these steps are completed and your dog still does not indicate he is feeling the static stimulation, please get in touch with Customer Care Centre or visit our website at www.petsafe.net.
Most Common Asked Questions
Is it safe to use the static stimulation for my pet?
While the static stimulation is unlikable, it is risk-free to your pet. To achieve desired results of successful training with your dog using electronic training devices still requires interaction and training from the owner.
What is the age of the pet before using the Remote Trainer?
Your pet must be at least 6 months old to be able to learn basic obedience commands such as “Sit” or “Stay” and before using the Trainer. The Receiver Collar is fit for dogs over 3.6 kg. If your pet is injured or otherwise impaired, consult with your veterinarian or professional trainer before using this device.
Will my pet have to continue to wear the Receiver Collar Once if my pet is trained and has been obeying my commands?
You should probably not. Your dog may need to wear the Receiver Collar occasionally to reinforce the training and refresher course.
Is the Remote Trainer can be use on aggressive pets?
It is not recommendable to use this Remote Trainer on aggressive dogs. We advise you to consult with your local veterinarian or professional trainer to determine if your dog is hostile.
How long can I deliver static stimulation continuously to my pet?
10 seconds is the maximum amount of time you can press a Static Stimulation Button and deliver static stimulation to your pet. The Remote Transmitter will time-out after 10 seconds and the button must be released after 5 seconds and must pressed again.
Troubleshooting The Devices
When I press a button and my pet is not responding.
• Make sure that the Receiver Collar has been turned on.
• Please ensure to see if the batteries are low in either the Remote Transmitter or Receiver Collar if your range has been reduced from the first time you have used it.
• Please refer to the “Test Light Instructions” section for facts to verify if the Receiver Collar is delivering stimulation to your pet by using the Test Light Tool enclosed in your kit.
• In increasing the Static Stimulation Levels, must refer to “Find the Best Static Stimulation Level For Your Pet” for more information.
• Ensure that the Receiver Collar’s Contact Points are placed snugly against your pet’s skin. See “Fit the Receiver Collar” for additional information.
The Receiver Collar does not turn on.
• Check if the batteries had been installed correctly. Look to the “Prepare the Receiver Collar” page.
The Receiver Collar does not respond to the Remote Transmitter.
• Confirm that the Receiver Collar is on.
• Ensuring that the batteries are inserted properly. The Indicator Light is not lit on when any button is pressed on the Remote Transmitter.
• If the first two solutions did not resolve the issue, go to “To Pair the Receiver Collar and the Remote Transmitter” section.
Instructions for Test Light
1. Turn on the Receiver Collar.
2. The Contact Points on the Receiver Collar must be hold onto the Test Light Contacts.
3. Press the button of the Static Stimulation on the Remote Transmitter.
4. It will flash the Test Light.
Note: The brighter the Test Light will flash, the higher Static Stimulation Levels it will be.
5. Turn off the Receiver Collar. For future testing, you can use the Test Light.
Note: Put back the batteries and re-test if the Test Light does not flash. If Test Light still does not flash, contact the Customer Care Centre or may visit our website at www.petsafe.net.
Important: The Test Light Tool can also be used to tighten the Contact Points. This Receiver Collar has special Contact Points that may break if they are over-tightened. Do not turn them any more than one-quarter turn beyond finger tight if the Contact Points ever become loose.