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Dogtra Dog Training Collar with Remote - Yard and Park Static Remote Trainer
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Dogtra Dog Training Collar with Remote
Yard and Park Static Remote Trainer
For Dogs Dogs
Usage Dogtra Dog Training Collar with Remote Usage Yard and Park Static Remote Trainer Usage
Benefits
  • 400 yard range remote obedience collar 3 stimulation types: nick, constant and pager/vibration
  • Stimulation intensity levels from 0 - 100
  • Waterproof collar/receiver and water resistant transmitter
  • Low to medium power ergonomic transmitter
  • Tri-color LED battery life indicator
  • Fully waterproof, adjustable strap to fit small to large dogs
  • Includes rechargeable Ni-MH batteries
  • Charger simultaneously charges receiver and transmitter
  • For small to medium breed dogs
  • 400-yard range remote obedience collar
  • Tone-only mode with positive and negative sounds
  • 8 stimulation levels
  • Waterproof collar and receiver
  • Low battery life indicator on receiver and transmitter
  • Includes rechargeable Ni-MH batteries and charger
  • For dogs over 8 lbs
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