The SportHunter 1225 is a dog training system that offers users a wide range of features for communication and correction. The transmitter hosts 16 stimulus levels and a choice of continuous or momentary stimulation. It also has the ability to control a second or third collar. Users can additionally send tone or vibration signals to the collar receiver.
The collar receiver has a slim-profile and contoured shape to ensure a comfortable fit for your dog. Eight stimulation levels, each within low, medium or high setting, are selectable from the compact receiver. With so many customizable options, the SportHunter is sure to meet your training needs .
Up to 16 levels continuous and momentary stimulation
Choice of continuous or momentary (nick) correction
Vibration and tone options for long-distance communication
3/4 mile range
Ergonomic, slim-profile collar design
Convenient docking station charges system in 2 hours
Important: The proper fit and placement of the Collar Receiver is important for effective training. The Contact Points must have direct contact with your dog’s skin.
To ensure a proper fit, follow these steps:
1. With your dog standing (3A), center the Collar Receiver so the Contact Points are underneath your dog’s neck, touching the skin (3B). If your dog has a long or thick coat, you have two options to ensure consistent contact: either trim the hair around the Contact Points or switch to the longer Contact Points included with your system. 2. The Collar Receiver should fit snugly, yet loose enough to allow one finger to fit between the strap and your dog’s neck (3C). 3. Allow your dog to wear the collar for several minutes, and then recheck the fit. Check the fit again as your dog becomes more comfortable wearing the Collar Receiver.
Care and Cleaning To ensure the effectiveness of this product and the comfort and safety of your dog, check the fit of his collar frequently. This guide describes proper collar fitting. If you notice that your dog is experiencing skin irritation, discontinue use of the collar for a few days. If the condition persists beyond 48 hours, see your veterinarian.