Dogtra Surestim 7100H

Dogtra Surestim 7100H

Dogtra has designed an electronic collar with large breeds, such as retrievers, and particularly stubborn dogs in mind. The Surestim 7100H can deliver stimulation ranging in one-digit increments from 0 up to 127. An LCD screen on the transmitter shows the exact level of stimulation, even in low-light conditions.

Stimulation can be delivered in momentary nicks or constant streams. A vibration in the transmitter lets the handler know stimulation is being delivered. One transmitter is capable of operating two collars from up to a half-mile away.


Contact: Dogtra; (888) 811-9111; dogtra.com



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