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Dogtra 1900NCP Field Star 1/2 mile Training Collar Single Dog

Dogtra 1900NCP Field Star 1/2 mile Training Collar Single Dog

Dogtra 1900NCP Field Star 1/2 mile Training Collar Single Dog

  • Precise stimulation level (0-27); 1/2-mile range
  • Nick, constant, and non-stimulating vibration modes
  • Rechargeable Ni-MH batteries
  • Fully waterproof collar/receiver and transmitter
  • LCD screen displays exact level of stimulation even in dark or low light conditions; 3-bar battery life indicator

The 1900NCP Field Star is Dogtra’s most popular e-collar and is truly the star of the product line. Designed for pet, K-9, and sport dog training where high output stimulation is required.The 1900NCP Field Star is Dogtra’s most popular e-collar and is truly the star of our product line. Designed for pet, K-9 officer, and sport dog training where high output stimulation is required, the Field Master has you covered with low to high power range for the most aggressive bird dog. This system is ful

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  1. 59 of 59 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    5 stars from a tough critic, January 14, 2011
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    This review is from: Dogtra 1900NCP Field Star 1/2 mile Training Collar Single Dog (Sports)

    I will try and keep this short but I have a thousand good things to say about this product. I have a 15 month old German Shepherd puppy that is roughly 80lbs. He is stubborn and really loves to ‘test’ me. His energy level is what you’d expect for a dog of his age and his size times seventeen. He cannot be satiated by a walk and I can’t run with him everyday due to knee problems. I have a nearby field where he could run and play if he was just able to heel when someone else came onto the field or walked by. He is extremely nice but most people freak out (which is expected when a GSD is charging at you) if he approaches them. I couldn’t risk him jumping up on someone so we normally just took short walks and I dealt with his energy accordingly.

    I read the reviews here and bit the bullet after swallowing what seemed like a bitter $200+ pill. Boy was I wrong! I took my dog out once. One time. Just a single outing with this thing and his demeanor changed EVEN at home. Just make sure you have the collar VERY tight. My dog is tough so the first time I thought he wasn’t feeling it and I continued to increase the intensity until the contacts touched his skin around Level: 70, which delivers a solid pop. I had gone up to 40 on my own arm beforehand. I have shocked myself at this level (70) afterwards to make sure I didn’t really hurt him. It’s not comfortable but it’s nothing bad…especially for such a large animal.

    He wandered away from me and I called him back. He continued so he got the nick. It didn’t stop him from running off from me so I switch over to constant (back down to level 25, where he is extremely responsive now) and held it for less than .5 seconds. He immediately stopped and looked at me. I called him back and he came immediately. I gave him tons of praise and that was it. That’s the whole ordeal. I can take him anywhere now without a leash and I am in complete control. He responds to the device at just level 25 now and we are working on him learning the ‘Page’ feature so I can completely stop using the actual stimulation, though at this level it is not really any different than the vibration itself. The dog is far far happier and his energy level is lower now that we can spend 20 minutes with him in a solid sprint daily. His eating habits have improved and he is far less interested in people wandering around us.

    Now that’s what most reviews of this product sound like but they don’t actual review this PRODUCT, just the premise of the device. Yes, it works amazingly well and your dog will have behavioral improvement as a direct result of using it but that doesn’t say anything about THIS dogtra product. So let me convince you to buy this one instead of the ones for sale at PetsMart and the like. This unit is built TOUGH. It’s water resistant and comes in an extremely well packaged carrying case. I am a devices hardware engineer and I am not one that is easily impressed. This thing does it for me. It’s going to last forever and it’s easy to use. The buttons are not easy to press accidentally and the range has been tested to about 400 yards (half the advertised range) without a hiccup. The charge lasts forever and you can charge them both at the same time. The collar is durable and comfortable for the dog. Mine doesn’t even notice it. You can easily change the intensity of the stimulus if your dog runs off and needs a REALLY good jolt, though I have had amazing results with just using constant for about 1s at a VERY low level in those situations, when necessary.

    After a few good zaps you won’t have to worry about your dog roaming very far from you.

    –Can’t say enough, this is just fantastic!

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  2. 29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Dogtra 1900NCP, October 5, 2010
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    C. Brandt (Alaska) –
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    This review is from: Dogtra 1900NCP Field Star 1/2 mile Training Collar Single Dog (Sports)

    I read lots of reviews of many different collars. The cheaper ones all seem to have issues after a short amount of use. I also did not want to be buying batteries every month. Another comment someone made was about being water proof. The last thing was the range needed to be more than 50 feet. This collar has so far been GREAT! It lasts for days on one charge, about 3 to 4 days constantly being on, the remote last even longer. I like having the ability to just vibrate the dog for correction as well. I don’t have to use the Nick or Constant hardly at all. Only when he goes brain dead, i.e. another dog or something really interesting. Vibrate makes him stop what he’s not suppose to be doing almost all the time. I try and use a command before I send a vibrate correction. I will say that the power level of this collar is controllable via the remote. DO NOT LET YOUR KID ALONE WITH THE REMOTE. I tired the shock collar on my self first and found that LVL 1-20 were barely noticeable. At lvl 30 I can hold on to it while pushing the constant button. I decided to turn the power up while holding it and pushing constant. When you get to lvl 40 it starts to hurt enough you don’t want to hold it long. I am a big man 6’4″ 300 lbs and I stopped there. This thing goes to 127 on the dial. The reason I say don’t let your kids play with it is because they will turn it up to high and shock your buddy till he cry’s. My kids had the dial set at 80 and hit the button. My oldest told my youngest it was all right to do it. So you can guess what happened next. Poor dog screamed and ran to my wife because I had went to the garage to get something. The youngest was very upset at what she had done to the dog. She cried for quite sometime. I had the boy hold the collar after showing and letting him push the button on (while on 30) me. I wanted him to understand it hurts. He has not done it since. I wish they made them for kids as well, I could see these being useful :-) LOL. Oh and the collar buckle is metal and the actual belt material is VERY strong and also water proof. I had to wash the whole thing after my dog rubbed his neck in $h!t. So I was thankful I bought the water proof one. I also looked at other sites for reviews before deciding on this collar (Cabela’s). I would tell anyone with a stubborn dog that is 30 + lbs to get this collar. It works GREAT on my male 95lb Black Lab that just turned 1 yr old.

    Chris

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  3. 54 of 64 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    DOG LOVERS GODSEND: DOGTRA vs TRITRONICS, March 24, 2011
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    This review is from: Dogtra 1900NCP Field Star 1/2 mile Training Collar Single Dog (Sports)

    Tri-Tronics Pro 200 G3 collar is the one I settled on after researching dog e-collars extensively (the dogtra’s and cheaper petco collars). I will write/ link to a more extensive review with pictures and video at a later date. Turns out if you link to anything outside of amazon, however helpful or innocuous it will get deleted and all you see are [....]. I will provide the url in an update (if I can figure out how w/o it getting deleted) but suffice it to say here are some of my findings and I hope this helps a dog lover with an unmanageable/ aggressive dog.
    PLEASE, if you are considering `giving up’ on your dog read on – this is a tool that if used properly can really help your dog become a better citizen despite what people tell you about dogs and shock collars/ e-collars.

    E-collars are for dogs that are `hard’ dogs. This term refers to an aggressive dog – toward other animals or humans and views your commands and hollering as `optional’.

    The opposite is a `soft’ dog – may not follow your instructions but listens and tucks its tail between its legs when you raise your voice – these collars SHOULD NOT be used with soft dogs (more on this later). For a very good video on this and how to use e-collars see link [...]
    We have had a rescue for six years and have contemplated getting an e-collar/ shock collar but have been very reluctant b/c it can cause pain to the animal. Last winter we found a small dog abandoned to die in the woods by our house (still makes me very sad to think that people do this). Our shepherd-mix is very aggressive, so the problem we had was she was ready to kill the little guy. Luckily we have a large home and could separate the two dogs and worked on slowly introducing them. Took some 6 months to where we could allow them into the same room (on leashes). Given the big dogs aggression we needed to get her under voice command – every time. Also, given her high prey drive and tendency to roam we walk her on a 50ft. leash. She did break the leash a couple of times and it took a good hour to catch her as she would take off chasing an animal in the woods.

    Along comes the Tri-Tronics Pro 200 collar. After following the leerburg dvd instructions and some 12 months later I can truly I WISH I HAD BOUGHT THIS SIX YEARS AGO. I can take our big dog off leash in the woods and SHE ALWAYS COMES BACK. I can make her stop in her tracks with my voice command – NO. I have used the shock feature about 10 times in one year. Only one time have I used it on a high setting (66% of full power). The rest of the time it has been on low settings (16%) – it snaps her out of her prey drive and makes her pay attention to me. I MUST EMPAHSIZE I ALWAYS HAVE DOG TREATS IN MY FANNY PACK for both the little dog and the big one and I FOLLOWED THE DVD INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY. Had I not bought the DVD I would have done it all wrong so I cannot recommend the product enough (see url above).

    Why I chose the Tri-Tronics Pro 200:

    1. I wanted a collar that would allow me to control my dog from a distance. If you are in the woods and there are rock outcrops the stated distance on e-collars at which you can control your dog drops off considerably. Given how much I love my dogs and how paranoid I was about the distance issue I wanted one that would, without a doubt, control my big dog, whatever the terrain – I therefore settled for the one with a range of one mile. Keep in mind I had never used an e-collar but envisaged letting my dog roam free with the little dog (the recent addition) probably following her and wanted to ensure that I could control her over a long distance – both dogs off-leash. This was the ultimate goal and I was very unsure how long this would take but wanted to have a collar that would work to satisfy this endpoint.

    2. There are two different ways to `shock’ your dog. One is `CONTINUOUS’ – lasts for ~10 seconds the other is a `NICK’ – last for ~0.5 seconds and is momentary. Reading up and watching all the material I could find I felt that the NICK in the end would be what I used more than the continuous. A year later I can confirm I was right.

    3. Gradations – More the gradations for the shock – nick or continuous the better – so I could dial in the exact setting to get our big dogs attention – fine tuning the device to her sensitivity.

    4. Expandability – keep in mind we had just found the second dog. He was small, very badly abused. I wasn’t sure with time if he too would turn out to be a stubborn guy so I wanted to be able to use two collars (one on each dog) controlled with one remote (in my hand) if need be. After a year I can say with certainty that this is not the case at all and so I will never use an e-collar on the little fellow. He does wonderfully with my voice commands.

    5. The two manufacturers that came to the top early on were Dogtra and Tri-tronics. Each of these manufacturers have several…

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