- This Waterproof GPS training collar is perfect for dogs over 35 pounds with neck sizes 10 - 26 inches. Your smart cell phone (not included) and free Dogtra Pathfinder app are required to use this system. GPS and e-collar technology all in one. The GPS function works without using cellular data but requires a cell phone (not included). A smartphone must be connected to the Pathfinder App offline map mode. Expendable up to 21 dogs with additional collars (sold separately).
- Product Features: Great visibility in the brush with full bright orange color. Up to 9-mile range, fully waterproof ergonomic remote and e-collar, 100 levels of stimulation ranging from low to high, Momentary Nick, Constant Stimulation, and Non-Stimulating Audible Tone modes. Dogtras industry-leading technology filtering system ensures minimal interference with other electronic devices. This device is a great choice for long-range upland hunting.
- Advanced Features: Dogtras Pathfinder dog training collar unit gives you an ability to track up to 21 dogs as well as other sport hunters, create custom Geo-Fence, always have precise and up-to-date terrain maps, 3.5-hour rapid charge batteries, extendable enhanced contact points, refresh rate of 2 seconds and compatibility with mobile Google Maps.
- Customer Service Based in the USA: The quality of the GPS dog collar is unmatched in comparison to the cheaper alternatives. Dogtra Collars are helping owners to train and modify dog behavior. The advanced performance of the collar is perfectly matched with the reliable USA-based customer service that can be reached by either a phone or an email.
- Positive Reinforcement: By using the PetsTEK training clicker along with your dog's favorite treats, you can train your pet to follow your commands to become a well-behaved pooch. Please note that this collar should not be used with aggressive dogs.
I love this took best thing to have so I can track my dog when doing upland hunting
Better than garmin at half the price and no subscription. Uses google maps and a cell phone.
We’ve had this 3 days now, results are unbelievable , we’re able to walk without a leash on our property today. Have only had to shock twice, followed recommendations of starting low and never more than three times in an outing. Our dog was chasing deer and fox, afraid we were going to loose him, not a chance Now. Easy to download app, initial set up is guided, works great. Very impressed. Wasn’t a fan of shockers until I saw a video with this manufacture. Much more humane than constantly choking him as he tried to chase with a leash on.
This product has been working well for us. We live near woods and can’t let our dogs run without needing to watch them the whole time. Train your dog, press a button and they return!!!
If you're like me, you might be doubting whether this collar could possibly be worth $400, and does it work for all that? Well, my friends, I am here to tell you that it is worth. every. penny.I have a German Shorthair Pointer and in addition to wanting to be able to find him when he's working, I wanted him to be able to wander my fields without direct supervision and have the peace of mind that he wasn't going onto roads or other people's property (the neighbors are miles away, but as anyone with a GSP knows, huge distances are no deterrent for these mischievous dudes :).The battery life is great considering the complexity of this device, the range works exactly as advertised, and judging by my dog's rapid responses, the tones and shock deliveries really do work from *miles* away. I can also rest easy when out of range of cell service - everything works like a charm offline.This collar has made it so Jaeger can exercise and wander to his heart's content, and I can be in my house and not stress about what he's up to. Just brilliant. My only regret is not getting the collar sooner!A few notes -1. the "dog statuses" can be a little oversensitive; that is, I have found about 20%-30% of the alerts for 'pointing' and 'treed' have been inaccurate while directly observing Jeager. This is not a big problem, as I've learned to look for "clusters" of status alerts to let me know whether he's truly located something.2. As others have said, this is a sophisticated set-up but as long as you take the time to at least skim the manual, it's pretty easy to use. Don't be a moron like me and throw the manual aside at first because you resent getting snowed with papers every time you buy something.3. Be aware that the "geo-fence" feature cannot automatically shock or play a tone when your dog exits; however, you get alerts letting you know the dog has left. This has been perfect for me. I recommend taking your dog for a walk around the perimeters of your geo-fence and using the tone to teach them where the new boundaries are. After that, I just keep my phone handy and get a push notification if he breaks the boundary (which almost never happens now!!).