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SportDOG Brand® SportHunter® E-Collar is More Versatile Than Ever with Upgrade to New Model 825


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SportDOG Brand, a leading manufacturer of sporting dog training products and accessories, has upgraded its premium-quality SportHunter for maximum performance and versatility.

The new SportHunter 825 system consists of a 4.0 ounce Remote Transmitter and 3.3 ounce Collar Receiver. Together they provide up to ½-mile of range for long-range control of retrievers and pointing dogs. More features include:

  • 7 instantly selectable stimulation levels (low/medium stim ranges)
  • Option to train with vibration or tone
  • Transmitter can control up to three dogs at once without loss of vibe/tone feature
  • (SDR-AF Add-A-Dog®)
  • System charges in only 2 hours

Not only does this system provide excellent range for it size, the ergonomic Collar Receiver also provides a custom-like fit on the dog’s neck. The rugged Collar Receiver and Remote Transmitter are both waterproof and submersible to 25 feet, thanks to SportDOG Brand’s DryTek™ waterproof technology.

The new SportHunter 825 is available through major sporting dog supply outlets and hunting/outdoor sports retailers. This model replaces model SD-800.

About SportDOG

SportDOG Brand is a subsidiary of Radio Systems Corporation, a manufacturer of electronic dog training gear and accessories. Based in Knoxville, Tennessee, the company is the industry leader and prime innovator in the development of safe, reliable and technologically superior pet management solutions. SportDOG product lines include remote training collars, no-bark collars, an in-ground fence™ system, and remote tracking systems. The company also carries training gear including leashes, bells, collar straps, dummies, scents, and whistles; TEK Series E-Collar+GPS Location and GPS Location only systems; and Canine Athlete™ nutritional products.

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