Step into our warehouse and you'll find the vast selections and quantities of the products we have online and in our catalog. It takes some time to get acclimated to where everything is, but after working here for over a year, I can get you from location A-1 to Z-24 and finding everything in between almost. It's not always easy as there is always something new coming into the warehouse.
In my first blog post I reviewed the five basic types of e-collars available at Lion Country Supply, and in the second blog post I reviewed selecting the best training e-collar for your dog. Today I continue this e-collar series with a post about tracking e-collars, considered by many to be the ultimate in the entire e-collar line up.
E-collars which are also known as remote collars are operated remotely with a handheld controller. While many people consider e-collars nothing more than a shock collar used to correct bad pet behavior, e-collars have greater uses beyond behavior correction. Location tracking is one of those uses. Over the next few weeks we'll be doing a short article series on e-collars.
The new SportDOG brand dog safety light is an improvement on the familiar lights that were previously made by Tracker. The newer SportDOG lights look very similar, but have several improvements over their predecessor. The first of which is the housing that allows you to slide it onto the dogs collar. The SportDOG safety light Continue reading?
This past winter SportDOG introduced the Field Trainer 425 as a replacement/upgrade of their Field Trainer 400 system. The new 425 is a medium range system that can be used with up to 3 dogs at the same time. The advertised range is 500 yards, and I was able to achieve that pretty easily even Continue reading?
The Staff at Lion Country Supply has received a test SportDOG TEK 1.0 LT, and we have been checking it out. So far, we really like what we are seeing! Here are our first impressions of the TEK 1.0 LT. We'll start off giving you an idea on how it looks and feels from the outside.
The SportHunter 1225 from SportDOG is their newest unit and represents cutting edge technology. The first thing I noticed, and liked, out of the box is the compact size. The overall length of the transmitter, including the antenna is 7" (including length of the antenna) and the width is 2".
Since I have 10 dogs and close neighbors, it's a must for me to have a reliable no bark collar. I've used them all, but I'm having very good success with the SportDOG SBC10R. I set mine for progressive correction and let "r go - it's almost magic! No accidental corrections.
Reviewed by: Brian Parsons, LCS Telephone Specialist I just tested the new SportDOG SportHunter1825 training collar while hunting with my Lab and am very impressed with the new system. SportDOG has introduced a cradle charging system for the receiver while the transmitter is more traditional plug system. Another improvement is the 2-hour quick charge batteries Continue reading?