I have been thru two already, they dont seem to last. I need a model that can controll two collars. any product you would recommend and a good place to purchase it?

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  1. Bad Habit

    I don’t know the name of what you are looking for but I do remember seeing one when I was looking for my dog a training collar. Go to http://www.thepetstoreonline.com. They are really reasonable and if you purchase something over $75 you get free shipping. Oh and they sent me like 12 extra batteries for free. My collar works great and I haven’t even had to change the battery even once.

  2. Tubularg

    if you use pincher or chocker collars that can end up having your dog get cancer and a regular can do this too if you always pull them. get it a harness and you can pull and tug.

  3. winterru

    I believe you are talking about electronic training collars. I’ve been through several and the only brand that lasted is Tri-Tronics. The best prices I found were from Cabela’s. You can also but them directly from the manufacturer and they have a program that lets you trade in your old collars of any brand. The brands that didn’t last for me are Innotec, DT Systems, and Petsafe.

  4. Madison P

    I would start doing some serious dog training sessions ASAP. Dog trainers/schools are OK, but if YOU are the one that trains your dog, he’ll listen to you much more willingly. Here’s a dog training course I recommend… http://tinyurl.com/ytsbw6

  5. andie

    tritronics has some good ones. or you can just type ‘remote dog collars into your search engine and do some research. what you plan to use it for will determine the type you should get . we have tritronics for hunting, and a small inotek for hikes. yu can go directly to the manufacturer, or try bass pro shops or cabella’s. but like i said, do some really good research. they have come a long way in the last several years and have a lot of options now.

  6. ♪Majestik moose© ★RAWR★

    a model that can control 2 collars-are you talking about a remote collar-or a leash that attaches to 2 collars?
    for a remote collar-i recommend Innotek, Dogtra or Tri-Tronicshttp://www.leerburg.com/electric.htm
    for a standard training collar-i use a prong collar with a nylon slip as a back up in-case it comes undone during a correction.http://www.leerburg.com/prong.htm
    there are leashes that are made to attach to 2 collars, or a collar and a harness.http://www.ellaslead.com/inc/sdetail/101…
    But it is cheaper to buy a coupler and use that.

  7. Sophia P

    I would start doing some serious dog training sessions ASAP. Dog trainers/schools are OK, but if YOU are the one that trains your dog, he’ll listen to you much more willingly. Here’s a dog training course I recommend… http://tinyurl.com/38fecn

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