Don't have a lot of time? Just look at these quick picks! Not everybody wants to spend a lot of time digging through all of the info on our website to find the best collar for their needs.
Our Best Sellers, ranked in order of units sold. These are the most popular systems that we sell.
"The vast majority of our e-collar customers LOVE training and working their dogs on an e-collar. And you will, too!" -- STEVE
Correct your dog's basic behavior problems or teach your dog basic obedience commands.
Price matters! There are several nice dog training collars priced under $200. You can get a great training collar for under $250, and you can get the collar I use for under $290.
Short range collars may work on pets in the back yard, but not for working a dog off-leash. Most folks can get by with a medium range, 1/2 mile collar. Big running pointing dog? Stop chasing of unwanted game? You need a long range, 1-mile system. REMEMBER: Too much range will never hurt, but too little range can be a BIG problem.
We recommend that you get some instruction whether from reading a training book, watching a video, or working with a professional dog trainer.
More than you ever wanted to know about transmitter controls: dials, rheostats, buttons, LCD screens, toggle switches and dog selector dials...
We sell remote collars that range from really small size transmitters (E-Collar Technologies ET-300TS) to the largest on the Market (SportDOG SD-2525). We also have many sizes in between.
Most folks use Continuous Stimulation for training while Momentary Stimulation can be used to correct known commands with trained dogs.
Most of the stimulation levels on these products tend to be similar, but the manufacturers do not number them the same. A level 3 on a Tri-Tronics is not the same as a level 3 on an Innotek, DT Systems, Dogtra or SportDOG collar.
Many of the collars that we sell have a non-stimulation communication mode which can be used to give the dog a warning, give the dog praise, or for issuing silent commands.
Dogs with short coats (English pointers, GSP, brittanys, beagles, hounds) use short probes, while dogs with longer, thicker coats (labs, goldens and Chessies) may need the longer probes.
Compare dog training collar systems powered by rechargeable batteries for both transmitter/remote & collar/receiver to
systems powered by a rechargeable collar/receiver battery with a replaceable transmitter/remote battery, usually a 9-volt.
Control multiple dogs from one transmitter! Toggle switches (or separate buttons) let you pick the dog to correct. Nowadays many systems are expandable, too, so you can add collars as you add dogs or your training needs change.
Browse a number of collars designed for specific kinds of dogs and certain hunting applications.
E-Collar Technologies collars are assembled in the USA from parts made in South Korea.
Garmin Tri-Tronics collars are made in Taiwan.
Dogtra and DT Systems collars are made in South Korea.
SportDOG and Petsafe collars are made in China....
Don't like it? Send it back! All of the remote dog training collars that we sell come with a 30 Day No Risk Money Back Guarantee.
Every dog training collar we sell comes with a 30 day money back guarantee, but after
30 days the manufacturer's warranty kicks in. Comparing warranties
from one company to another is tricky, but here goes
Generally, what you are doing with your dog determines if you really need a remote training collar or not. I feel that if you can't train a dog without an ecollar then you can't train a dog with one. It's just a tool. It's like saying "I can't believe they use nail guns now to build houses. This hammer does the job just fine."
All of the dog training collars we sell are good collars from manufacturers who stand behind their products: Garmin / Tri-tronics, SportDOG, DT Systems, Dogtra, and E-Collar Technologies.
Robin MacFarlane is a fantastic professional dog trainer .
We've been selling her JUST RIGHT DVDs for years and recently started working together on this new DVD series.
What's really interesting about these videos is that Robin has never worked with these dogs before ,
and several younger dogs h...