If you’ve read any of our newsletters or attended any of our events, you’ve seen us feature SportDOG Brand electronic training collars. I use one myself with my two black labs, Callie and Tar. The dogs know that when the collar goes on, fun things are going to happen in the field. And I know that even when the dogs are hundreds of yards away…
Hearing my command = heeding my command.
SportDOG’s new SportTrainer
There’s a lot of training that goes into that equation, but a fundamental building block is a reliable, easy-to-use remote training collar system.
That’s one reason WWA is excited to partner with SportDOG Brand in announcing their launch of a new series of collar training system – the SportTrainer – which features a bright, easy to see OLED display system on the transmitter. This is a significant upgrade to the dials or switches on older designs, the positions of which get harder to see as your eyes get older – like mine – or as dusk approaches.
They still have the same high quality build, are completely submersible, and have long-lasting, rechargeable batteries. Got two dogs like me? Control them from one controller with the addition of a SportDOG compatible collar.
Like, Share and WIN!
SportDOG is providing one of these new release 575 collar systems for the winner of WWA’s free drawing opportunity. All you need to do is like our page on Facebook and then tag two people in the comment section of the April 9th SportDOG post. If you tag ten or more, you’ll get two entries in the drawing. They’ll be eligible, too, if they like it and share it twice, and so on. Share it with more than ten of your non-WWA friends, and you’ll get two entries in the drawing. Promotion ends April 15th.
If we reach five hundred page likes
, we’ll add another collar system to the raffle drawing, meaning there will be TWO winners. This second system will be an older version that we currently have in stock, but still with the same great SportDOG Brand
performance. Thank you SportDOG!
Hearing my command = heeding my command: Tar, at 13 years of age, has grown profoundly deaf. Before the remote training, she didn’t listen; now she can’t hear! I’m waiting for SportDOG to develop a canine hearing aid. Here’s a picture of her today, dreaming of that one special long water retrieve… Good ‘ol Tar!