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E-Collar Review: OL Tests the Best Electronic Dog Collars

E-Collar Review: OL Tests the Best Electronic Dog Collars

OL reviews eight of the top electronic collar systems from four leading manufacturers. Find out which one is right for your gun dog.
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from BlueRidgeHntr wrote 1 year 40 weeks ago

Good summary of information. A few other things that I always consider - charge time, I quit worrying about recharging my collar because sometimes it is hard to find a power source or wait for the recharge. Instead, I went to a battery only collar and transmitter and carry extra batteries with me. I also prefer a collar with an audible "beeper". I rarely ever use it, but tap it now and then if the dog is in thick cover and I can't hear the bell. Also, if your dog is hurt (happened once), it will help you locate the dog. I also like the light on the transmitter that indicates the message is reaching the collar. Just more food for thought.

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from BlueRidgeHntr wrote 1 year 40 weeks ago

Good summary of information. A few other things that I always consider - charge time, I quit worrying about recharging my collar because sometimes it is hard to find a power source or wait for the recharge. Instead, I went to a battery only collar and transmitter and carry extra batteries with me. I also prefer a collar with an audible "beeper". I rarely ever use it, but tap it now and then if the dog is in thick cover and I can't hear the bell. Also, if your dog is hurt (happened once), it will help you locate the dog. I also like the light on the transmitter that indicates the message is reaching the collar. Just more food for thought.

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