Dogtra just released its newest electronic collars for Fall 2015! The Dogtra 280C (one-dog system) and the Dogtra 282C (two-dog system) are compact collars that can fit smaller dogs. They are designed with low/medium output so they are suitable for dogs that have an easy-going disposition. We will focus this discussion on the Dogtra 280C, which is a one-dog system.
The Dogtra 280C is 28% smaller than the standard-sized Dogtra electronic collars. It is more comfortable for smaller dogs, and is less unsightly when out in public.
Both the Dogtra 280C and 282C have a range of up to 1/2 mile, so these are serious trainers that will deliver when needed. Dogtra is well known for its high quality e-collars and the Dogtra 280 Series delivers on that reputation for excellence.
The 280C comes with Nick and Constant stimulation modes, along with a non-stimulating High-Performance Pager. Once your dog learns how to respond to a remote trainer, often the Pager will be enough to get his attention. With precise stimulation levels from 0 – 127, you are sure to find the correct stimulation level that will get your dog’s attention. Precise stimulation levels are important because it is best to use the lowest level stimulation that will give you the response that you need. The handheld transmitter and receiver/collar features 2-hour rapid charge batteries so that you can get back out with your dog quickly. The set is fully waterproof, so there is no need to worry if your dog jumps into a stream or you are out in rainy weather conditions.
The transmitter (handheld) has an easy-to-read LCD. The LCD screen displays the remaining battery life and the exact level of stimulation output even in dark or low light conditions. If you are out hiking and get caught out after dark, you can be assured you still have control of your dog.
The Dogtra 280C can be purchased online at ShopForPuppy.com. A portion from every sale will be donated to Rescue. For a Coupon Code worth $10 off each unit, enter the Coupon Code “Blog-280C” during checkout. Happy training!