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".
Group Review by LCS Staff Members The SportHunter 1825 was introduced in the fall of 2009 and many of us at LCS have used this system extensively. Everyone has been ecstatic with the 1825's features and reliability. It utilizes the newest technology resulting in what we feel is a superior unit. SportDOG conservatively states the Continue reading?
Reviewed by Brian Parsons - LCS Telephone Specialist I special ordered a Ugartechea Grade IV 28 gauge this past summer. This was the first time the grade IV's were available in that gauge. I ordered the gun with custom stock dimensions, 29 inch barrels, choked SK1/M, and with upgraded wood and hand rubbed oil Continue reading?
Reviewed by Andy Purnell, LCS Staff Member If you are looking for a quality blank pistol for a great price, look no farther. The LCS premium Blank pistol is what you need! This pistol is a heavy duty piece of equipment, The cylinder swing out locks in place, so you can expect it to fire Continue reading?
Being a kennel owner and having several dog's, I found using the Kennel Odor Eliminator very effective in keeping odor down. These hot summer day's, as you may know, can result in a a less than pleasant? odor around your kennel. This product has a pleasant smell making the area spell more pleasant. I also dilute this Continue reading?
I often use the Better LCS Retriever Blind for training and hunting here in Central Pa. I feel we have a quality blind for the price. But, I prefer using the standard blind stakes, as the ground in our area can be very rocky and the folding poles just don't hold up in stomping them into are hard soil, in soft soil I use this blind and recommend it.
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.
I use the LCS Day-Glo Tree Tie Lead when I am running hounds or beagles, it is long enough to comfortably carry over the shoulder. The bright orange color is easy to find when dropped. The floating ring and brass snap on the handle end are invaluable when you need to tie a dog off to free up your hands.
Reviewed by: Brian Parsons - LCS Telephone Specialist The LCS Presentation Jaeger lead is the most versatile leash I own. With the small snap attached to the first D-ring I have a traditional 6-foot lead or even a tree tie lead. With the small snap attached to the second D-ring, I have an over-the shoulder Continue reading?
The LCS Latigo Twist Lead is sturdy with heavy latigo leather lead and strong brass snaps. I found this lead very effective in working on basic obedience or just taking my best friend for a walk. The durable heavy leather allows quick corrections, and I expect mine to last for years.
It was time for a new collar and we went with the new LCS LeatherFeel Collar in D-ring configuration in orange. It was great during the winter months by staying flexible and didn't absorb moisture and dog smells. The LeatherFeel collars seem to be very sturdy and Continue reading?
Reviewed by: Cathy Carlson - LCS Telephone Specialist Yahoo! An easy way to see my black Lab Rita at night. I've been using the Dog Locator Light (DLL) in white since December - it's great. On dark cold nights I never lost sight off my dog while she was outside. The light is sturdy and Continue reading?