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    What's some of the go to collars out there right now with a beeper? Also if I wanted to go to GPS, what collar should I be looking at?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cass View Post
    What's some of the go to collars out there right now with a beeper? Also if I wanted to go to GPS, what collar should I be looking at?
    Did you get that setter you were thinking about? Got to give us an update pics please.
    Sharon gave me a Dogtra seems to be the best option I've tried
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    Depends on what you're going to be doing and how you train your dog.

    I've ran Sportdog Collars for years, with no issues.

    Recently as a backup system I also have an inexpensive ipets e-collar pair that seems to work just fine.

    As for GPS? Dogtra.

    But depending on breed, they may not range as far as you think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by finsfurfeathers View Post
    Did you get that setter you were thinking about? Got to give us an update pics please.
    Sharon gave me a Dogtra seems to be the best option I've tried
    Not a setter. Can't be giving away my secrets quite yet. Pup comes home Aug 26. I run a dogtra on the cocker and love it. But I'll need one for a pointing dog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cass View Post
    Not a setter. Can't be giving away my secrets quite yet. Pup comes home Aug 26. I run a dogtra on the cocker and love it. But I'll need one for a pointing dog.
    Dam you're a tease. The suspense is killing me. Toss us a bone . Will be waiting on them hawk/dog reports
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    I had the Garmin Astro, to my knowledge it did not have a beeper, but it worked well as a tracking tool and was able to sync with other collars so you can see all dogs on each individual hand held unit. There is also software that can be downloaded so the collars and handhelds can be seen on a laptop, if you get that far in your training endeavours.
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    I've had the Tritronics upland beeper and ecollar for 10 years with zero issued. Garmin bought out Tritronics.
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    If you like the beeper Dogtra is the way to go. If you want gps/traning Garmin.

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