A little control goes a long way
The handler’s ability to communicate with his dog at longer distances will give him the added confidence to enable even greater freedom from the lead in both urban and rural environments, whether the dog’s original problem was his disobedience to recall, or his antisocial or life-threatening activities.
PAC’s nDXT+ Remote Trainers enable the handler simply and accurately to address his dog with an appropriate correction, according to his misdemeanour. Without him realising that the correction is coming from his collar, the dog needs to appreciate that a correction, at whatever style or level, is his trainer’s back-up option. Nevertheless, the tone (beep) or vibration warning remains the most humane style of control in distance training.
The NEW! Buzz Collar
Strongest vibration collar on the market.
Variable vibration levels.
Tone pre-warning at the push of a button.
Lighter than previous collars (16g lighter than the EXC4 collar.)
Compatible with all EXT and nDXT systems.
Compatible with existing PAC straps.
Incapable of shocking your dog.
Long range control – up to ½ mile (1 km) range on ideal terrain
Handset can be actuated from the pocket, without significant loss of
range; but should be worn, using the supplied lanyard to avoid the
nuisance of losing it!
Over 4 days continuous use from high capacity, long-life, rechargeable collar batteries.
levels are fully controlled from the handset, using the familiar DXT+
intensity control dial which can be set to any of 60 levels, from merest
tickle to a significant high-level deterrent, depending on the dog’s
sensitivity and on his misdemeanor. (Vibration Only)
Ease of operation enables the trainer to concentrate on the training of his dog.
The miniaturised nature of UHF technology also enables top-end control.
USB fast 2 hour recharge for EXC4 Collar.
Can be operated in basic mode, to enable control of 3 separate dogs (each with an active collar).
Ideal for all types of persistent problems:-
– Pets running off and being willfully ‘deaf’ to recall
– Worrying of farm stock, chasing deer, horses, cats and other animals
– Chasing cars, joggers, cyclists, postmen etc.
– Jumping up and/or stealing food
– Sheepdogs ‘gripping’ sheep when conveniently far away
– Gun dogs running in, ranging too far or being over-enthusiastic