Troubleshooting for ALL SportDOG Electronic Collars

 Popular SportDOG Training Collar Models:Under $200
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You can customize your SportDOG SD-1225 to match your training preferences. It comes set up in the standard 8-level continuous + 8-level momentary stimulation one dog collar with a non-stimulation tone button, but it can easily be changed into 7 different modes with different button configurations including vibration. The low continuous stimulation levels and gradual increases between levels on the SD-1225 are particularly useful with sensitive dogs or breeds.
SportDOG TEK GPS + Ecollar System
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The SportDOG SD 1825 may just be a revolution in ecollar technology. 5 years ago SportDOG came on the market and gave us features that the older ecollar companies had refused to add to their systems. If it were not for SportDOG we would not have waterproof transmitters or expandable multi dog systems. The next time you drop your transmitter in the water, make sure you thank the boys at SportDOG for forcing the other companies to step up. SportDog leads the way forward with the NEW TEK Series GPS / E-Collar system.
Photo provided by Flickr“Their customer service is second to none. Before you buy your next e-collar, check out the SportDOG line, your dog will be glad you did.”
Photo provided by Flickr“Everyone at SportDOG from the top down runs dogs and hunts. This is not just another e-collar company.”
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With the TEK Series, SportDOG Brand® introduces the first combination GPS Tracking/E-Collar Training collar to hit the sporting dog market. Train and track up to 12 dogs from up to 7 miles away.SportDOG Brand add-on dog collar beeper locators and beacons give you the most customizability to help you keep track of your dog in any terrain.With the TEK 2.0 Series, SportDOG Brand® introduces the most accurate and reliable GPS Tracking/E-Collar Training collar to hit the sporting dog market. Train and track up to 21 dogs from up to 10 miles away.From the big wide open of the prairie to the thick tangles of northern alder swamps, keeping tabs on pointing dogs calls for unique gear. Our UplandHunter system fills that niche. This is the pinnacle of SportDOG® efficiency. The situation-programmable Transmitter controls a compact, waterproof Collar Receiver, and at the same time remotely operates a rugged, waterproof audible beeper. With the UplandHunter, control and flexibility are always at your fingertips.“As I’ve used these systems this season, I’ve been impressed in every way. Backed by outstanding customer service, SportDOG provides me and my clients with what we need in an e-collar.” Purchasing your first SportDOG Brand® remote training collar or upgrading from an older model isn’t particularly difficult, but it does require some thought about which features are most important to you and how the collar is going to be used. Thankfully, SportDOG offers enough products that you can easily match one to your specific training or hunting situation. Here are the basic things I discuss with customers who are thinking about making a purchase.“Each day, we train a high volume of dogs which means there is no room for compromise for any equipment, but especially with our e-collars… Having done field testing for most of the e-collar companies, I appreciate the quality that SportDOG is putting into their units.” All SportDOG Brand collars have a designated operating range. For example, the versatile is available as a Model SD-825, Model SD-1225 and Model SD-1825. Their operating ranges are ½-mile, ¾-mile and 1 mile, respectively. A ½-mile sounds like a very long distance, but keep in mind that many variables affect how far away the collar can receive a signal from the Transmitter. The stated ranges are based on “line of sight.” That means you can expect good performance at the stated range on flat terrain with no obstacles between the Transmitter and Collar Receiver.