THE DOG LINE T200S Auto Bark Control Collar with Remote Trainer User Manual

June 12, 2024

THE DOG LINE T200S Auto Bark Control Collar with Remote Trainer

Important safety information

WARNING (Not for aggressive dogs)

  • Do not use this product if your dog is aggressive, or if your dog is prone to aggressive behavior.
  • Aggressive dogs can cause severe injury and even death to their owner and others.
  • If you are unsure whether this product is appropriate for your dog, please consult your veterinarian or certified trainer.

CAUTION (Risk of skin damage)

  • Please read and follow the instructions in this manual. Proper fit of the collar is important because a loose collar may cause inconsistent performance.
  • A collar worn for too long or made too tight on the dog’s neck may cause skin damage, ranging from redness to pressure ulcers (commonly known as bed sores).
  • These collars can cause pressure necrosis if used in correctly and is often misidentified as burns.
  • Avoid leaving the collar on the dog for more than 12 hours per day.
  • If possible reposition the collar on the pet’s neck every 1 to 2 hours.
  • Check the fit to prevent excessive pressure, and it is okay to trim any excess strap length.
  • Never connect a lead to the electronic collar, because lt may cause excessive pressure on the contacts.
  • Examine the contact area daily for signs of a rash or a sore.
  • Wash the dog’s neck area and the contacts of the collar weekly with a damp cloth.
  • If a rash or sore is found, discontinue use of the collar until the skin has healed.
  • If the condition persists beyond 48 hours, see your veterinarian.
  1. Pairing Collar Receiver to Transmitter

    • Hold the on/off button of Collar Receiver for 3 seconds into Pairing status, you will hear 1st beep from the collar receiver and the led light will flashing 10 seconds Click to turn on the collar receiver

    • Double-click to turn off the collar receiver

    • Press button on the transmitter to finish Pairing

    • You will hear 2nd “beep” from collar receiver, that means pairing is successfully.

    • If needs to pair a second collar receiver, follow the same steps but needs press 1 /2 button change to different channel.

  2. Test the Training Device Functions
    Shock Simulation

    • Found the test light and put it over the Contact Points of the Collar Receiver.

    • Press L button to setting the intensity of 5

    • Press the Shock button on your Remote Transmitter

    • The test light should flash orange indicating the electronic pulse Simulation is operating correctly

    • These steps will help your dog safe and comfortable. Millions of dogs are comfortable while they wear stainless steel contacts. Some dogs are sensitive to contact pressure. You may find after some time that your dog is very tolerant of the collar. If so, you may relax some of these precautions. It is important to continue daily checks of the contact area. If redness or sores are found, discontinue use until the skin has fully healed.

If the transmitter and receiver collar don’t work for a long time, you should charge it fully before keeping it idle, and charging it every one month.

Main Features


Remote Transmitter
Collar Receiver

Vibration Simulation

  • Setting the intensity of 5
  • Press the Vibration Simulation button on your Remote Transmitter
  • If done correctly, the Collar Receiver will vibrate

Sound Simulation

  • Press the Beep button on your Remote Transmitter
  • If done correctly, the Collar Receiver will vibrate
  • We suggest you can give the dog Vibration Simulation before following it with Static Shock Simulation.
  • After training for a while using this method, dog will be aware that after vibration comes static shock.
  • Vibration will act as a warning, and static shock only acts as a menace that might be necessary sometimes.

Collar Fitting

  • The collar receiver should be fitted so that the contact points press firmly against the dog’s skin. When properly fitted, you should be able to fit a finger or two snugly in between the contact points and your dog’s skin.

  • When properly fitted, the collar receiver should not move on the dog. The best location for the collar receiver box is either side the dog’s windpipe.

  • A loose fit can allow the collar receiver to move around on the dog’s neck. When this happens, the contact points may rub the skin and cause irritation. If the collar receiver is too tight, the dogs may have difficulty breathing.

  • If the neck strap is too long for your dog, follow the line of back

The LED Indicator

  • The LED indicator shows up when any Simulation buttons are pressed or the transmitter is recharging.
  • It will turned off when the battery charged fully.
  • It will blink when it standby within 1 minute.
  • Battery icon It ·s ,n the bottom right corner of LCD Screen when the battery ,con has only 1 bar. That means you need to recharge the transmitter
  • When ,s charging. the battery icon will change from 1-5 bars. It will stop at 5 bars when it’s fully charged

Collar Receiver Indicator Light

  • It shows up when any of the Simulations are pressed on the transmitter or the battery charged fully.
  • It will blink when it standby within 5 minutes or the collar receiver is recharging,
  • It will flash quickly when it’s into 10 seconds pairing status.
  • It will blink once when the battery power low. That means you need to recharge for collar receiver. (Standby is 3 second blink once)

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How old does the dog have to be before using the device?
    Your dog should have learned basic obedience commands such as “Sit” or “Stay”. The Collar Receiver might be too large for pets under 15 pounds.

  2. Once my dog completes training and is been obeying my commands, will he have to wear the Receiver Collar?
    Probably not, but you may try to reinforce training with the Collar.

  3. Can I attach a leash to the Collar Receiver?
    NO. This can result in pulling the Contact Points too tightly against your dog’s neck. Attach a leash to a separate, nonmetallic collar or harness. Ensure the extra collar does not put pressure on the Contact Points.

  4. How long can I leave Collar Receiver on my dog?
    The design of the collar discourages constant wearing. We recommend not having the dog wear the Collar for more than 12 hour out of every 24-hour period.

  5. How long should I process my training session for my pet?
    Training sessions should be kept positive and short, it is better for about 10-15 minutes long each time.

How to Switch between Automatic Mode and Remote Control Mode?
Long press the M button for 3 seconds (as shown in illustration 1 }, the digital display indicator lights up after the “beep”. At this point, the collar receiver has switched to automatic mode and is no longer controlled by the remote control. If you want to switch to remote control mode, please press and hold the M button for 3 seconds. After the beep, the digital picture tube went out, and then the remote control mode was successfully switched.

Adjust the Sensitivity Level of Bark Collar.
In automatic mode, turn-on the anti-bark collar(as shown in illustration 1 ), press the sensitivity level adjustment button, and the digital display indicator on the side of the receiver will display the sensitivity level used last time. If you need to adjust the sensitivity level, please press the sensitivity button again. Level 1 is the lowest gear, level 7 is the highest gear. Please choose the level that most suitable for your pet according to its reaction.

Troubleshooting Guide

  1. My dog is not reacting to the collar.
  2. Make sure the receiver/collar is turned on, and check the intensity levels of vibration and static shock, Please make sure it is not set too.
  3. Be sure the strap is on the dog tight enough so that both contact points are touching the dog’s skin,
  4. The contact points may be too short for your dog’s thick or long coat. If you are already using longer contact points, you may need to trim the hair on the dog’s neck, so that both contact points are touching the dog’s skin.
  5. The intensity level may be too low for dog. Increase the Simulation until the dog responds, usually by a neck movement, head shaking, or looking over the shoulders. The response may be very subtle.
  6. If tested for all of the above and the dog is still not responding, please try re-pairing the Remote Transmitter and Collar Receiver.
  7. I want to test Collar Receiver myself, but it does not work. When testing the collar by your hands, please touch the two electrodes simultaneously, as touching one electrode will not work.
  8. LED indicator light comes on, but I do not feel any Simulation.  Your tolerance may be higher than your dog’s. You may need to try the unit on your fingertips where sensitivity is higher and/or increase the Simulation level. Be sure both contact points are touching both of your fingertips, The battery may be low, check the LED indicator light on the transmitter and receiver/collar for battery life.
  9. Transmitter has no range, or the Simulation is weaker when my dog is farther away, Check to see if your fingers are touching the antenna, as the range may decrease substantially, The range indicated on the unit’s box is for flat terrain (line of sight). Heavy brush, trees, hills, buildings, and/or moisture will affect the range of your unit. For the best range, hold the transmitter vertically above your head, and/or try moving to higher ground.

Training Tips

  1. Make training sessions short and positive (between 10-15 minutes long for each session) This will enable the dog to keep its attention focused on the trainer.

  2. Train one dog at a time,

  3. During the first initial training sessions, keep the dog in a familiar outdoor environment. Training in new locations may cause the dog to become distracted, causing you to reinforce commands with the Collar Receiver more than necessary.

  4. Use a long leash fastened to a non-metallic collar to help the dog’s learning, Ensure the additional collar and leash does not Interfere with the Contact Points on the Collar Receiver. Do not use the remote training collar without a long leash until your dogs is fully trained.

  5. More success will occur by teaching the dog a command first before trying to reinforce the command with Remote Transmitter.

  6. For basic obedience training, vibration is more useful.

  7. Issue one obedience command at a time, this will reduce confusion and allow the dog to remain focused. Do not use the training device for commands that the dog has not learned,

  8. During training, look for all the positive changes in the dog’s behavior and remember to reinforce them promptly with ample praise and reward.

  9. Avoid over-correcting your dog, Use as little remote correction as possible during the training process.

  10. When the dog has become apparently perplexed, shift the focus  of the training by drawing the dog’s attention to a command they have familiarity,
    Example: Tell the dog to sit and give abundant praise and encouragement on successful completion of the sit command,
    Adjust Harmless Static Shock Level of Bark Collar.
    The M button directly above the bark collar can adjust the level of the static shock. Each time you press the M button, the static shock level will change. Each level will produce a different electrical stimulation intensity based on the dog’s response.

    • Level 0: Vibrate only.

    • Level 1 – Level 6

    • beep first and then follow by vibration & harmless static shock. Level 1 is the lowest, the level 8 is highest, please select the most suitable level freely as your needs, from low to high.

    • Function Test
      Functional testing not only helps to determine whether the anti-bark collar is working as expected, but also teach you how to operate it.

    1. Install/replace the contact points.
      We have prepared 2 pairs of contact points with different lengths. You can install suitable contact points according to the length of the dog’s hair. Please tighten the contact points by hand first, and then tighten and reinforce it with the test light. Please be careful not to use excessive force.
    • Please Follow the Steps Below to Test the Bark Collar.
    1. Turn on bark collar receiver and adjusting to suitable sensitivity, use the test light to scratch the groove in the middle of the back of the receiver (as shown in the illustration below). The bark collar receiver will vibrate immediately after sound or vibration.

    2. When you adjust the static shock level to levels 1-8, you can place the test light poles (regardless of the positive and negative poles) on the contact points when the collar receiver vibrates, and then the test light will flash when the electrostatic pulse is generated, which proves the bark collar functions normally.
      Note: If testing the harmless static shock function,, please make sure that both poles of the test light are connected to the contact points, otherwise the test light will not flicker.

  11. Do not use the training dog device to correct or eliminate forms of aggression or biting behavior. When the dog is showing signs of aggressive behavior, immediately contact a professional dog trainer in your local area.

  12. Please keep in mind, that you should keep training sessions short and end every session on a high note. Stop training and play with the dog as soon the dog has accomplished a new level of proficiency.

Common size of different dogs

  • Frequency: 915MHz
  • Transmitter: 3.7V 300ma LiP
  • Receiver: 3.7V 300ma LiP

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