E-Collars For Every Occasion

Here the author lines his Chessie in a visual aid pattern blind

SportDog has a complete line of e-collars beginning with the Sport Hunter with eight levels of momentary and continuous correction delivered for up to one-half mile. This model has a compact transmitter with an easy-to-adjust rheostat dial and a receiver with a rechargeable Ni-MH battery.

The SportDog 1800 is a mid-range model with 16 levels of momentary and continuous stimulation with 3⁄4-mile range. The 1800 comes with an instructional Basic Training Manual and DVD, and up to two other collar-receivers can be added to the 1800. The SportDog Upland Hunter is a combination collar with standard stimulation and a beeper-locator.

Contact: Sport Dog; (800) 732-0144; www.sportdogbrand.com.

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