Hunts. Family pet. I had bought the R.A.P.T.1400 on the strength of one of their first offerings. That collar is over 10 years old, and still works great. I had some problems with the R.A.P.T 1400 collar, but the service from D.T. Systems was outstanding, I will say. My advice would be not to place the excess collar in a loop away from the neck of the dog as shown in the photos of the unit. Rather, duct tape the excess collar length down each time against the regular part of the collar, after making sure to strap the unit down tightly on the narrowest part of the dogs head to make sure that the collar will not come off. You can cut off the excess, but that will shorten the distance of the radio control.
Review ID: 13540
out of 5-stars.