ET-300 Mini Educator: Training your Dog without Hassle

ET 300 mini educator
John Walton
Written by John Walton

Having an obedient dog is a reward in and of itself, but there’s a long, steady uphill climb before you have your dog following your every command. Many owners may choose to hire a professional to do the job for them, but this can cost a lot of money over time.

Others try to go about the training process themselves, but can get frustrated with the entire process and give up halfway, leading to a dog that’s just as badly behaved as before they started. But that doesn’t mean that there aren’t other viable options that could help to make the process easier. So why not consider getting the ET-300 Mini Educator instead?

The feature that makes this device so great is the humane way in which it teaches your dog what undesirable behavior you’re trying to get rid of. Even the most stubborn of dogs will start to listen to you eventually, as long as you pair this handy device with some positive reinforcement to ensure that your dog understands exactly what you want from him.

Educating and training dogs

Hoping we’ve raised your interest, now it’s time to move on to the specific product specifications to make your purchasing choice that much easier.

Product Presentation: Packaging

The packaging is pretty simple: there’s a special collar that you need to attach to your dog, the collar receiver, and a handy remote that helps you to control the various settings of the collar. Thankfully, the receiver and the remote are both waterproof, so they won’t short out when it starts to rain or if your dog happens to be a fan of the water.

When you contact the company to place your order, they will cut the collar to size for you so that you’re not struggling with a collar that doesn’t fit your dog just right. And if the biothane material of the collar isn’t your thing, they’ll easily switch it out for a nylon one instead, free of charge.

The packaging also includes an owner’s manual with training tips so that you have a good head start on how to go about acclimating your dog to the collar, a lanyard for the remote to minimize losing the device, a battery charger, two sets of contact points (5/8” and ¾”), a contact point removal tool, and a colorful storage box to keep everything for safe keeping. That way, you won’t have to struggle with finding the tools you need during every training session.

ET300 box packaging

Other accessories that are not included with this package are micro-contact points for smaller dogs, a car charger, and a quick-release belt-purse clip.

Design and Durability

This product was definitely made to last. The design is simple to understand and use, with a small dial that determines the level of stimulation your dog will receive. It’s recommended that smaller dogs should need between 1 and 20 on the scale, while more stubborn and larger dogs could be anywhere on the scale between 20 and 60.

But there’s no risk of overstimulation, as there is a «lock and set» option that prevents your dog from receiving more than he should. That way, the training process will remain fun and interactive, without any unintended pain.

This is important because dogs will associate pain with the situation at hand, and will start to fear the training session altogether. That’s definitely a scenario you want to avoid.

Not only is it easy to figure out how it works, but you’ll be surprised at how small this effective device is. At only 2″ x 1.5″ x 1″, and weighing only 2.4 ounces, this training device will definitely make your dog pay attention when he’s doing something he shouldn’t be.

ET300 with charger and collar

The product also offers the option where the receiver releases a tone instead of vibration when training your dog. This is an excellent alternative for those who are fearful of the vibrations becoming too intense for their poor pooch.

All in all, the collar has six modes altogether, three for sensation and three for tone modes. These are:

  • Continuous/Momentary/Boost: suitable for all-around training
  • Continuous/Continuous Boost: also suitable for all-around training
  • Momentary/Momentary Boost: used in more advanced training

These different modes change the vibration or tone pattern, as well as the intensity, so that the training session is suitable for different dogs.


Despite the size of this tiny device, it actually packs quite a punch when it comes to range. The Mini Educator has a range of about 1/2 a mile, which is a lot larger than most people’s backyards. This is great for those owners who still don’t have full control over their dogs and want to gradually teach their dogs to come when called.

ET300 signal range

The process usually entails standing further and further away from your dog so that he learns to focus on you and not the other distractions in your yard, so having a device with such a wide range will ensure that all of his attention is on you.

Unique Features

It also has quite a diverse range of settings so that you can fit your obedience training to the temperament of your dog. It ranges from 1 to 60 levels, each suitable for every type of dog personality.

Another great feature of this device is the handy night tracking light that allows you to light up your dog’s collar to find your canine even in the dark. This is a great way of seeing where your dog is at all times, especially if he’s decided he’s had enough of training and goes for a romp in the less tamed areas of your backyard.

When your battery starts to run out, you won’t have to do any guesswork. There are battery indicators on both devices so you can get them charged and running again in no time, without the worry of your dog running off when the battery’s dead.

Back of ET300

And after both have been charged, your previous settings are retained so there’s no need to program them all over again. That way, you can pick up right where you left off in your training session.

And if you can’t find your device, there’s a handy lost transmitter beeper that makes it easy for you to find it. Don’t worry about going through a training session without this handy device on your side ever again.

Value for Money and Guarantee

It’s easy to see that this device is well worth the cost! Given how durable and easy it is to carry around. Even more, the collar has a two-year warranty, which also covers the batteries, so that’s more money saved in your pocket if something goes wrong during that time. It’s definitely worth a try if your dog is pretty stubborn and no other method has proven to be effective.

Walking the dog

So, it’s not only affordable, but it’s a safe and simple way to train your dog to behave. If you still need to learn more about this product, you can check out their website to find out how you can get your hands on one of these nifty devices. We believe you’ll be more than thankful that you decided to get a device that helps curb your dog’s bad behavior.


Now that you’re aware of a great device you could add to your disposal when it comes to training your dog, maybe it’s time you took the initiative to step up your game in obedience training. Hopefully, by reading this article, you’ve learned that giving up home isn’t an option when you could be using a simple-to-use device to help curb your dog’s bad behavior. But no product is perfect:


  • Lightweight
  • Adjustable collar
  • «Lock and Set» feature
  • Waterproof
  • Versatile in training function


  • Range could be larger
  • Infrequent problems with charging

Overall, the Mini Educator is definitely a device to invest in, especially for those exceedingly stubborn dogs. It has unique features that allow you to adjust the level of stimulation that is appropriate for your dog, makes it easy for you to tell when the battery is about to die, and provides an alternative mode that isn’t going to make your dog anxious during their first training session.

Dog wearing collar

A small receiver device, a special collar, and remote are included in your package, which is everything that you need to start training right away. Just pull it out of the box, get the batteries charged, and you’re on your way!

About the author
John Walton
John Walton

John Walton lives in Somerville, MA, with his two dogs, two sons, and very understanding mate. He is a Certified Pet Dog Trainer, a member of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants, a mentor trainer for the Animal Behavior College, an AKC Certified CGC Evaluator, and the Training Director for the New England Dog Training Club.