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Categories: Electric Collar Training , Electric Collars

Q. How does the remote collar work?
How does the remote collar work?

A. The dog wears the remote collar reciever on his neck. It's actually part of his collar. The reciever varies in size according to the model and the manufacturer. The collar has metal probes that can vary in length (longer probes are available for for dogs with longer coats). These probes must make contact with the dog's skin.

The dog owner carries a wireless transmitter which also varies in size, depending on the model and manufacturer.The transmitter sends a radio signal to the reciever on the dog's neck.
  
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