The On Point UL-1200TS is a 1 mile plus range trainer loaded with unique features making it the most versatile hunting dog remote available. It utilizes our proprietary “blunt stimulation” for superior results for low level stimulation work, but when high stimulation is needed the On Point HD collar receiver has the highest stimulation of all the remote trainers on the market. The unique COS (control of stimulation) technology provides very clean stimulation without the normal head jerking often found with other training collars. The user can set the level of the boost stimulation between 1 and 60 or it will default to 20. The tapping sensation employed is similar to vibration, but more intense making it a good substitute to using stimulation. The stop watch style transmitter is so ergonomic; you don’t even have to look at the remote allowing you to watch your dog. A lanyard is included and optional holsters and belt-clips are available for convenient positioning while hunting and training. The night tracking light is controlled by the transmitter and provides a great way of locating your dog after dark. The UL-1200TS Remote E-Collar will turn a smart stubborn dog into a champion. The transmitter even floats so don’t worry if you drop in the water. Whether its field trialing or hunting the Educator HD E-Collar is the smart choice.
100% Satisfaction Guaranteed. Proudly Assembled in the USA.
SportDOG has just announced the release of two new e-collar systems. These two systems will be the first e-collars to introduce dog biometrics into an e-collar platform. Using SportDOG’s BodyGuard technology, the receiver will take readings on key biometrics of your dog and alert the handler if those metrics get out of a safety zone.
Lion Country Supply will be holding our annual Bird Dog Days event this year on August 25th and 26th. This year, Lion Country Supply is going to make some changes to our Bird Dog Days event. Friday will have in-store specials, e-collar software updating, and trade-in specials. Saturday we will be holding a Chukar Challenge.
Dehydration in dogs occurs when the loss of water in a dog’s body exceeds the amount of intake. Dehydration is a spectrum that can range in severity from mild to severe. In serious cases of dehydration, dogs can suffer from collapse, organ failure, and even death. Severely dehydrated dogs require immediate emergency care from his or her veterinarian. If you suspect that your dog is severely dehydrated, contact the veterinarian right away.