Dogtra ARC

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Dogtra is a leading manufacturer of sport and hunting dog remote trainers, and now they have taken it one step further with the introduction of a remote trainer that has been designed to ergonomically fit the neck of your dog! No more fussing with trying to fit a bulky square box on your dog while wondering if the contact is correct.  The Dogtra ARC will be available in mid-October 2014.

Dogtra ARC

It has been a common complaint from owners and trainers that the standard remote receiver  is too big and bulky, and does not always fit properly.  The remote receiver is the unit that is attached to the collar of the dog; i.e., the control and correction box the dog wears.  It is very important that the receiver makes a good contact with the neck of the dog.  You don’t want it too tight, but it has to make contact.   The newest remote trainer is the Dogtra ARC which fixes this problem by ergonomically fitting the box with the curve of the dog’s neck to achieve a more consistent contact.  The fit and connection to the dog is better than ever!

Dogtra ARC - ergonomic collar

Dogtra ARC was designed to fit the curve of the dog’s neck for a better fit and connection to the dog.

Overview of Dogtra ARC Remote Trainer

The Dogtra ARC features a low profile receiver collar that is ergonomically shaped to your dog’s neck. The checkered grips on the handheld transmitter allow you to always have a firm grip of the training at hand. The ARC is a low to medium output e-collar designed for all breeds with medium to soft temperaments.

Dogtra-ARC-1

Dogtra ARC is a low to medium output e-collar designed for all breeds with medium to soft temperaments.

Included with Dogtra ARC Remote Trainer

  • Transmitter
  • Receiver/collar
  • Battery charger and splitter cable
  • Test light
  • Owner’s manual
  • Metal belt clip and screws (2)

Features of Dogtra ARC Remote Trainer

  • Slim design receiver/collar ergonomically shaped to your dog’s neck
  • ‘Nick’ and ‘Constant’ stimulation along with a non-stimulating pager/vibration
  • Checkered grips on the handheld transmitter for a positive feel
  • Rheostat/volume dial with up to 127 levels for a gradual adjustment in stimulation intensity
  • User expandable to a two-dog system
  • LCD screen displays exact level of stimulation, and a 3 bar battery life icon
  • Fully waterproof transmitter and receiver/collar
  • Low to medium power stimulation
  • 3/4-mile range
  • Rechargeable 2-hour rapid charge Lithium Polymer battery

Dogtra ARC is Expandable to 2 Dogs

The Dogtra ARC is expandable to a two-dog system so that you can manage two at the same time.  Just add the Dogtra ARC Extra Collar for the second dog you want to manage.

Dogtra ARC Add-On Collar

Dogtra ARC is expandable to a 2-dog system by adding the Dogtra ARC Extra Collar

The Dogtra ARC will be available in mid-October  2014.  We are excited about this new collar, and I can’t wait to try it on my own dogs!   The Dogtra ARC can be purchased online at ShopForPuppy.com, where a portion of all revenue is donated to Rescue and helping dogs in need.

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2 responses »

  1. I love my new Dogtra ARC! I always hated the “look” of a traditional e-collar — the big square box was a dead giveaway that I was using an e-collar on my dog. I know it should not have bothered me, but I prefer the way the Dogtra ARC lays against the dog’s neck under the strap so that it is not easily visible. With 127 levels, it is more than enough to get the attention of my dog when needed. Way more than enough! The transmitter fits nicely in the palm of my hand, so I can work with it single-handed. Also, thank you for the great service!

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  2. Pingback: Dogtra ARC User Manual | ShopForPuppy

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