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Long Range Dog Training E-Collars
Frequently Asked Questions
The range of a shock collar can vary significantly depending on the model. Our shock collars can have a range from 650ft to 3500ft. The specific range is usually indicated for each model, so it's important to choose a collar with a range that suits your training or tracking needs.
Long-range collars have various applications. They are commonly used for remote dog training, hunting, and tracking purposes. Hunters often use long-range collars to control and locate their dogs in the field. Trainers use them for advanced training where dogs need to respond to commands at a distance.
No, long-range collars do not always require a clear line of sight. Many long-range collars operate using radio signals, which can penetrate obstacles such as trees, buildings, and other obstructions to maintain communication between the remote and the collar. However, the effectiveness of the signal may be reduced by significant obstacles, so it's essential to be aware of the collar's signal range limitations in different environments.
Long-range collars are designed more for communication and training than for tracking a lost dog. While they can help locate a dog within their operational range using the sound signal or light, they are not ideal for finding a lost dog that has traveled a significant distance. For tracking lost dogs, specialized GPS tracking devices or services are typically more appropriate, as they provide real-time location information and have broader coverage.