Illusion Dog Collar & Leash Set: By Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan (Large Black) Reviews

May 7, 2012 by  
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Illusion Dog Collar & Leash Set: By Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan (Large Black)

  • Helps dog owners achieve maximum control during walks.
  • Keeps the slip collar at the top of your dog’s neck to put you in control.
  • New clip buckles make it even easier to adjust and put on.

Putting on the Illusion Dog collar just got easier! With the new clip buckles, you can adjust the collar once to get the proper fit, and you are ready to go. No more having to adjust the collar every time you get your dog ready for a walk. The connecting straps are now permanently sewn in place eliminating the need for adjustment. These two major improvements make going on a walk using the Illusion Collar a snap!

Most dog collars rest on the strongest part of a dog’s neck, giving dogs the leverage they need to take full control of the walk, and of you, too. The Illusion Collar is different – it keeps the slip collar at the top of your dog’s neck so you can more effectively control and correct your dog during walks.

The collar is easy to put on and easy to adjust. Just select the right size below, and get ready to master the walk!

Medium 16-19″
Large 20-23″

WARNING: If your dog’s neck measures less than 13 inches at the base, or your dog weighs less than 18 lbs, you shou

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Remote Dog Training Shock Collar for 1 Dog

  • 6 level shock 1 level vibration
  • Adjustable strap from 12 to 20 inches long
  • Auto sleep feature to save battery life
  • Will work with dogs from 15 to 100 pounds dogs

This generic dog training shock collar for 1 dog has 6 levels of shock and 1 level of vibration. Train your dog with shocks or vibration and has a range of 600 feet in ideal condition. Collar will work with dogs from 15 to 100 lbs. The set includes: 1 receiver, 1 strap adjustable from 12 to 20 inches long,2 sets of rubber prong and metal prongs, 1 test wire for the shock.

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6 Responses to “Illusion Dog Collar & Leash Set: By Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan (Large Black) Reviews”
  1. Amanda says:
    20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great collar and leash for dogs!, February 10, 2011
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    Amanda

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    This review is from: Illusion Dog Collar & Leash Set: By Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan (Large Black) (Misc.)

    This is the second one of these collars I’ve purchased and I love the new design. This one has buckles for both collar pieces instead of the older model that needed to be fitted every time. I have three large dogs, one that pulls, and one that will jump toward dogs in excitement when we pass by. This collar has helped me control and correct both dogs, especially the dog that leaps at other dogs (I am a 125 lb female and this dog is 95 lbs). I really like the shorter leash too! It’s great for jogging with the dogs since I don’t have to deal with all of the extra leash.

    My husband used to injure his back when walking the dogs if they pulled using other leashes. We used to use a pinch collar, which didn’t work well for us and our powerful dogs (it was like they didn’t even feel the correction!). My husband liked the first one we got so much that we got another one for the 80 lb dog that pulls on walks. By doing a quick firm correction they understand what you want them to do and it really doesn’t take much. It’s easier on all of us!

    The collar we ordered arrived very quickly. I ordered it on Tuesday and we got it on Thursday!

    Thanks Cesar!

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  2. mallory campbell says:
    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing, March 10, 2011
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    mallory campbell (HAVELOCK, NC, US) –

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    This review is from: Illusion Dog Collar & Leash Set: By Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan (Large Black) (Misc.)

    I bought this collar because my 80 lb American Pit Bull Terrier likes to forget he is on a leash. He is unaltered so he has an uncontrollable urge to pee on every twig we walk by. This collar stopped all of the pulling. The rope portion sits high enough that when I pull, it stops him instantly. He is quickly reminded that he is not in charge. Nothing had worked with my dog. Choke chains were terrible. He would just as soon turn blue in the face. Pronged collars worked at first, however, it seemed to intensify his need to pull when we saw a dog. This collar works perfectly. You have to have him on your left side to make the rope tighten properly. If the dog is out in front or on your right, he can pull because it is not cinching properly. I would recommend this collar to everyone I know with a large dog.

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  3. avidkindlereader says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best. Collar. Ever, April 14, 2011
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    This collar is great! It has made walking my American Bulldog fun again!! She is 65 pounds and has the strongest neck I have ever seen. This color has made her a different dog. I am able to walk her without getting frustrated and giving up. Definitely worth the money!!

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  4. hepnr says:
    289 of 292 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great product!, October 22, 2010
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    hepnr

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    This review is from: Remote Dog Training Shock Collar for 1 Dog (Misc.)

    Our rescue dog had been locked in an apartment bathroom for 10-12 hours a day since he was 6 weeks old. When his owner decided to give him up at 8-1/2 months of age, he had raging hormones, had had no training whatsoever, no socialization, no shots–nothing. Needless to say, he was a wild child! Moving from a city apartment to 10 acres (2 of which are fenced homesite) with cattle, cats, poultry, children and another (grumpy & old) dog was sensory overload for him to put it mildly. Leash training went extremely well, he learned that counter surfing was not okay, we’re still working on jumping up on people, and he does have a problem with submissive urinating on occasion. Those are workable and solvable problems though given some time. But despite our best efforts (and we are experienced dog owners), there were some behaviors that we just could not curb and these unfortunately were somewhat urgent as they were getting worse by the day. He had decided that chasing the cats and the chickens was great fun, as well as digging under the fence to get to the calves and roam the pastures. And while I know these were just instinctive behaviors, they are also behaviors that could have disastrous results–both for the livestock and him. We have neighbors who will shoot dogs that roam the pastures and go after their cattle and he needed to learn that the fence was his roaming boundary.

    When I received the shock collar (in record fast time!), I opened the package to inspect the contents. Everything was exactly as described, seemed very “sturdy” and the batteries were charged and ready to go; I just needed to read the instructions. While I haven’t ever used a shock collar personally, I was familiar with the concept and knew that we would start out with the lowest settings and only graduate to the stronger currents if necessary. I strapped the unit onto the collar, fastened it around his neck and took him out on-leash. Up to this point we had been working with a choke collar at the fence/perimeter with a tug and stern “NO” each time he neared the fence, but the drive to get to those calves was just too strong and he could not help himself from trying to dig or cross the cattle guard. For this session, I walked the fence with him and as before he wanted out and continued to ignore me. Two tugs on the choke collar did nothing, so the next time he attempted it I gave him a light shock with the shock collar. His reaction was instant (and I will say somewhat comical, though I did feel bad about it). He gave a little hop in the air and immediately planted his but on the ground and looked at me as if to say “WHAT was that?” I praised him for his sit, and we continued down the fence line towards the spot he had just dug at earlier in the day. I let go of the leash and let him roam and he made a beeline for his hole. As he stuck his nose down to crawl under, I immediately gave him another slight shock as I said “NO!” He turned around and came back to me to sit. Though I never leave him out alone, I spent the next two days letting him roam the yard alone when I would take him out. Each time he approached the fence or cattle guard and was obviously thinking of going under/across, I would give him a shock and warn “NO!” (and on most occasions I was anywhere from 75-200 yards from him so the range is great!). I’m happy to report that after just 2-1/2 days it seems he has gotten the message as far as the fence is concerned. Just prior to writing this I watched him come within 2 feet of the fence, consider his options (with two calves standing just on the other side) and turn around and come back to me. We now begin the training of leaving the chickens alone but I don’t think it will take him long. I used it ONCE (again on the lowest shock level) as he stepped over the threshold of the open coop when I was cleaning and he now makes a wide path around the chicken coop.

    I will say here that I have decided not to use the “vibrate” feature–not as a negative but just as an fyi. My dog seems to be very sensitive to it and the vibrate option seemed to scare him more than the shock itself. However, I can see that it might be useful to a dog that is more obstinate or has a higher prey drive than mine.

    Overall, this was by far the quickest and best $ I have spent on a dog product in many years. And while I was initially reluctant to use it, it turned out to be the saving grace for my sanity–and possibly my dog’s life by way of the instant consequence and continued reinforcement. All of the “pieces” seem to be very well made, and come nicely boxed. OH, and I did test each setting on myself prior to first use just to make sure I wasn’t going to harm him–the graduated levels are noticeable and you should take the time to evaluate which setting your dog might require. Don’t start out with the highest level, but the lowest and work your way up and you’ll find the setting that works for both…

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  5. kirapsu12 says:
    78 of 80 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best $50 I ever spent… honestly, December 8, 2010
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    I have a 60 lb 2yo Pit mix who is kept in a crate all day while I’m at work. When I get home he’s starved for attention and shows it- he gets into EVERYTHING. It doesn’t help I live in a 3 story house with 3 female roommates (and 2 cats) who leave trash cans unguarded, clothes on the floor, and doors open all the time. By the time I make it up the stairs to correct him, he’s already ingested a tampon…. NOT SAFE. I’ve tried gates, positive reinforcement, offering alternatives like toys, Caesar’s sounds and touches… he just doesn’t listen.

    I finally broke down and bought this “shock” collar. I put “shock” in parenthesis becaue I very RARELY have to use the shock setting- the vibration works just fine to deter my little brat. I tell him NO, wait, tell him NO again, and if he still doesn’t listen I hit him with the vibrate. No lie, after the first night of using the vibrate he has started listening to my voice commands alone!!! Sometimes I say no, he doesn’t listen, and I just have to reach for the remote and he stops. It’s amazing after a week of owning this product- I feel like I have my life back!

    Pros
    IT WORKS!!
    Rechargeable like a cell phone
    Comes with a collar- I keep my dogs collar with ID tags on all the time and add the shock collar only when needed (take it off when in crate all day and sleeping at night)
    Range is great- I live on the 3rd floor in a stucco rowhome and have “shocked” him on the ground floor.
    Vibration option- mostly all I use or need to use.
    Level 1 shock strong enough to startle (I felt this shock)
    Guy friend asked me to shock him with a 6 and said it wasn’t much worse than the 1

    Cons
    Receiver tends to pop off if the dog pulls too hard while walking- I solved this problem by attaching the leash to his normal collar and keeping the receiver on the collar provided in the kit.
    Too many levels of shock- might need this with a really unruly dog but I’m constantly afraid I’m going to hit him with a 6 when I really only need a 1.
    Vibration button too small- its that little button right in the middle… you can see its easy to slip and shock your dog with a high intensity.

    OVERALL WORTH IT!!! BUY THIS PRODUCT!!

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  6. S. Reisman says:
    82 of 88 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Shock collar w/remote, September 19, 2010
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    S. Reisman (Los Angeles) –
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    Absolutely excellent. I’m a fairly picky person and expect that in today’s technological times we can produce products that work and function properly. This product has been outstanding! Excellent quality, great range, very flexible and most importantly: it works!!!

    Charge it up, attach it onto the dogs existing collar or use the collar provided. The electrodes do not have to jam into the dogs neck, we attached it quite loose. Now get this: my dog entirely responded to the vibrate mode alone, I never needed to use the shock feature! In less then 3 days my dog stopped running outside our gates and into the street.

    Someone asked me “how much did that cost?”…and my reply was “it’s not how much it cost, it’s how much it saved….at the most, it may have saved the dogs life, our kids being freaked by a hit dog and at the very least hundreds of dollars of vet bills”

    True story: at night I open our front gates as I walk out to our mailbox to put some paperwork in it (my crews pick-up the paperwork each morning). Our dog usually bolts past me and runs right across the street to sniff and what-not…she always runs past me and I’d yell and try to stop her…she just did her thing. After a few buzz-vibrates she no longer does this. Last night I went out to put stuff in the mailbox….as I approached our gate our dog started to run towards me, I also noticed a mini-van coming down the street at a very fast rate…had the dog bolted past me, it would have been a perfect collision; all I had to do was say “wait” and our dog stopped and did not run out into the street. As the speeding mini-van passed (at excessive speed). I noticed a teenager laying on top of the roof grabbing onto the roof rack! Just some High School kids goofing off….but just imagine my dog having run right out in front of that mini-van…hard brakes, maybe a swerve, potential loss of control…and what about the dumb-ass kid laying on top? Yeah, pretty ugly. It never happened, and this device is what curbed that behavior. Definnitely 5-stars!

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