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Electric Dog Collars - Expert Advice - Parts & Repair

Working Dog Specialist and Rural Queensland Field Days Exhibitor since 1996  

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  • Professional and pet remote trainers, barking collars and electric dog fences
  • DT Systems Distributor Australia since 1996: Parts and servicing
  • Livestock PRO Wire Free Cattle Immobilizer

Dogs sometimes develop problem, or dangerous behaviours that can be hard to curb with conventional training methods. It may be your Foxy jumping up on visitors, or your working Kelpie nipping the cattle a bit too enthusiastically. A remote dog training collar is one of the most effective ways to get your dog to do what you want. We have a variety of remote trainers to suit all breeds and size of Pet Dogs, for backyard training or out on walks. Our professional Working Dog Collars from DT Systems are reliable training tools for use in the field, or out on the job mustering.

One of our major requests is for a training collar to help stop the dog barking when your dog is home alone and annoying the neighbours. Or your dog may spend the trip in a barking frenzy when he's travelling on the back of the ute. Our Barking Collar  range covers all sizes and temperaments from Cavaliers to Rottweilers so you can choose the right collar to suit your dog. We have both battery run and rechargeable static pulse models.

Do you need help to keep your escaping dogs at home? An electronic Dog Fence from PetSafe or SportDOG is an effective containment system that is quick and easy to install either on existing fences, or just under the turf for an invisible fence. Stop dogs from digging out by placing it low on the fence, or stop fence climbers by placing it higher up.

Now available is the great Livestock PRO Cattle Immobilizer. Manufactured in Queensland from quality components, rechargeable and wire-free, it safely restrains livestock during routine procedures.

The use of an electronic training device upon an animal is regulated by your relevant State or Territory legislation. Please contact us if you're not sure of the regulations in your state.