The SportDOG Brand FieldTrainer 425X is our smallest and lightest e-collar built for in-the-field training or hunting with close working dogs. Consistency and perfect timing are critical to developing your sporting dog, so the remote is quickly and easily operated without having to look at it - which lets you focus on your dog and not your equipment. With only a slight movement of the dial and the push of a button, you will be able to deliver a tone, vibration, or one of the 21 levels of static stimulation. Use these stimulations to communicate with up to 3 dogs (with purchase of Add-A-Dog® collars) out to 500 yards with any of the 425 models.
500 yards of range
21 levels of static stimulation and the option to train with vibration and tone
Expandable to 3 dogs with purchase of additional Add-A-Dog collars (SDR-AFX)
Waterproof and submersible to 25 feet using DryTek® technology
Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries last 50 - 70 hours per charge
Receiver without strap - 2.60" L X 1.30" W 1.23" D
Remote Transmitter with antenna - 5.30" L X 1.70" W X 1.00" D
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.