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Topic: Video Reviews
Transcript: "Hey, this is Derrick Moore with Sporting Dog Pro, and I wanted to take just a minute and show you one of my personal favorite training collars, the SportDOG Brand SD 1825. This is the basic frame for all of SportDOG’s top of the line collars. It’s got a great feel, clickable rheostat dial, three button operation that’s programmable, you can set different modes on this, and along with the toggle switch, it gives you many options..." SportDOG 1825 Sport Hunter Remote Training Collar Video Review
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: April 05, 2014
Topic: Video Reviews
Transcript: “Hey, this is Derrick with Sporting Dog Pro, and I want to show you another one of our personal favorites, the SportDOG Brand 1875. This is the upland remote trainer, expandable up to three dogs. The 1875 has 14 levels of stimulation: continuous, momentary, vibration, and tone...” SportDOG 1875 Upland Hunter Collar Video Review
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: April 05, 2014
Topic: Buyer's Guide
Whether at the gun store or the grocery store, we understand the importance of managing cost and usually shop with a price range in mind. We believe in getting you exactly what you need -- a training collar system with the right options, durable enough for your application, and able to grow with your dog to provide long lasting service. Sometimes only the best will do, other times you just need a simple "quick fix" before moving on. To help you choose, here are some of our favorite and most popu... Training With a Balanced Budget
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: April 05, 2014
Topic: Buyer's Guide
The days of wasting hours looking for our gun dogs in the field or trying to triangulate their position with old school radio collars have come to an end. Technology has finally caught up with our sporting dogs and made it easy for us to find them and track their progress throughout the day. Track up to 12 dogs from one handheld device. Take a peak at our new high end precision dog tracking systems. Gun Dog GPS Tracking Collar Buyer's Guide
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: April 04, 2014
Topic: Buyer's Guide
One of the larger needs expressed by many is the ability to manage multiple dogs at once. This could be either from a professional training standpoint, where you're working several dogs at once, or from packing hounds during the hunting seasons. Whichever the case, you don't want to fill your pockets with transmitters; you need a multi-dog collar system that allows you to quickly and effectively switch from one dog to another. Have More Than One?  Your Multiple Dogs Are Covered.
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: April 03, 2014
Topic: Buyer's Guide
At Sporting Dog Pro, we try not to play favorites, but we do have a few. Here's a quick list of some of our top picks based on our experience, observations, and feedback from other dog handlers to help assist you in determining the right e-collar system for you. Be sure to refer to the additional sections of our 2011 Buyers Guide for more information specific to your interest. Our Top Training Collar Picks for 2013
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: April 03, 2014
Topic: Buyer's Guide
Everyone here at Sporting Dog Pro took a look at the options and varieties of the dog bark collars available. Here are some of our recommendations for controlling nuisance or excessive barking. Bark Collar Buyer's Guide and Reviews for 2014
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: April 02, 2014
Topic: Product Insights
Forget the pains of dealing with burying wire. A wireless containment system can be just as effective. Keeping your dogs in the yard isn't always easy. From squirrels to passing traffic, or even the mailman, a dogs instinctive nature to give chase and run can be relentless. Enter the world of electronic pet containment.
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: July 03, 2013
Topic: Video Reviews
Transcript: ”We’re gonna take just a minute today to look at Dogtra’s Surestim H Plus series. These little units have been around for a little while, and known to become quite dependable. This is essentially a two dog unit with nick and continuous settings..." Dogtra SureStim H Plus Training Collar Video Review
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: March 15, 2013
Topic: Video Reviews
Transcript: "Today we’re gonna take a quick look at two of our best wireless fence containment systems, the Petsafe Stay and Play Wireless Fence, and Petsafe’s PIF-300. With proper training, both these systems allow your dog to stay in the yard in a projected circular boundary without having to bury any wire like you would with a traditional underground fence." Petsafe Wireless Pet Fence Video Introduction
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: March 05, 2013
Topic: Video Reviews
Transcript: “Hey, this is Derrick with Sporting Dog Pro. Gonna take a minute today and show you Garmin’s new Alpha 100 combination tracking and training device. This simple to use device has revolutionized the way we hunt, track, and now train our dogs. This system allows you to add up to twenty collars at one time. It allows you to know where they are all at, we’re they’ve all been, what they’re doing—if they are running, if they’re treeing, or if they’re pointing.” Garmin's Alpha 100 GPS Tracking Collar Video Review
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: March 05, 2013
Topic: Video Reviews
Transcript: “Hey, this is Derrick with Sporting Dog Pro, and I want to take just a few minutes and talk to you about DT Systems H2O Plus series remote dog trainers. This particular version is the 1850, considered to be the upland version because it also includes a beeper attachment bolted onto the collar--audible up to 450 yards with locate, run/point, and point only auditory functions..." DT Systems H20 Plus Remote Gun Dog Training Collars Review
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: February 25, 2013
Topic: Video Reviews
Transcript: “Hey, this is Derrick again from Sporting Dog Pro, and this is the amazing DE Systems Border Patrol TC-1. This handheld unit just happens to be a GPS containment system, a tracking system, and a remote training system all rolled into one.” Border Patrol TC-1 by DE Systems Video Review
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: February 24, 2013
Topic: Buyer's Guide
Upland hunters require precision. Not only in their accurately trained dogs, but in the equipment that got them there. To help you find that right e-collar trainer for you and your dog, Sporting Dog Pro has compiled a list of what we know works. Take a moment to look at our Upland favorites this year. Upland Hunting Electric Dog Training Collars Buyer's Guide
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: January 11, 2013
Topic: Buyer's Guide
Waterfowlers enjoy the harshest of elements, just like their retrieving companions. Fortunately, there are a handful of training and e-collar systems that can withstand those elements and are designed specifically for you and your water dog. Waterfowl Hunting Electronic Training Collar Buyer's Guide
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: January 10, 2013
Topic: Buyer's Guide
Hound hunters are not to be over looked, and we know first hand the demands they put on their equipment. For the roughest terrain or a simple way to handle multiple dogs, here are some of our recomended picks. Hound Hunting Training Collar Buyer's Guide
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: January 09, 2013
Topic: Buyer's Guide
Range is a definite consideration when choosing a Dog Training E-Collar.  The range you need may vary depending on the application.  For example, a hound hunter may need the range up a couple of miles, while most bird hunters are fine within a mile range.  Waterfowl dogs are seldom far from their trainers and may be just fine with a range of less than a half mile, and yard and field trainers can get by with even less than that. About Remote E-Collar Distance and Range
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: January 06, 2013
Topic: Buyer's Guide
Pro Trainers are in a class all their own. Basically, they're full time dog handlers, and they use their equipment every day. Dependable and accurate results are expected every time. If your a pro, or you just need to train like one, here are several dog training collars we recommend. Pro Trainer Electronic Dog Collar Buyer's Guide
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: January 05, 2013
Topic: Buyer's Guide
Not all E-collars are equal. Each have a unique purpose geared to your dogs individual needs. As you probably have noticed, there are contrasting differences between stimulation level and control from one e-collar to the next.  “Stimulation” is the modern word for “getting your dog’s attention”.  Some collar systems range from only 1 to 6 levels, while others range up to 127 different levels.  This doesn’t mean that one collar is significantly stronger... About E-Collar Stimulation Levels and Control
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: January 03, 2013
Topic: Buyer's Guide
Training and obedience are essential in making your dog a friend for life. Whether learning basic commands, or correcting a nuisence problem, our dog training tools can make the difference in the overall experience with your family dog. Take a look at the variety of training collars we offer. Family Dog and Pet Training Collar Buyer's Guide
Written by: Derrick Moore
Published: January 01, 2013
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