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HO HO HO, Merry Christmas with Garmin products

Posted by Naomi Williams on

How do you stop your dog from barking ? What has that got to do with Christmas I hear you ask ? Exactly my point ! do we wrap up a bark collar in Christmas wrapping paper and place it under the Christmas tree ? Well YES. My dog has no idea why a tree has appeared in our lounge room, and whats more it flashes pretty colours. I know that come Christmas morning the Kids and grandchildren will be gathering around the tree. James will probably be getting a Garmin Watch and Deb will be getting a Garmin Handheld navigator , so that she doesnt get lost while out prospecting for gold. I know Kaia our staffy will be there Christmas morning, so why not let her in on the action.

How to introduce shock collar to dog

How to introduce shock collar to dog / Stop your dog becoming collar aware!Before addressing the question “How to introduce shock collar to dog” I would like to briefly explain that the term “shock collar” is commonly used in Australia. Rural Australian’s as a whole are very laid-back individuals, that call a spade a spade, casually referring to [...]

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Dogmaster Sells Garmin Watches

Who would have thought that Dogmaster would be selling Garmin Watches ?, well Garmin have a large range of sports watches, smart watches & GPS Watches for use to synchronize with your Garmin Astro or Garmin Alpha dog tracking system, but these watches are not just for the hunter. Garmin have such a huge range [...]

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How to stop a dog from barking ?

How to stop a dog from Barking ? . I've been in this industry for over 20 years, and I've heard all sorts of methods. Some farmers would tell me to shoot a shotgun shell over the kennel when the dogs are noisy...... sounds a bit severe doesn't it. Some people tell me they throw [...]

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How Shock Collars Work

I hate using the term "shock collars", let me explain why...... A typical dog training collar or Dog containment system or bark control collar delivers an electrical stimulus equal to 2 volts @ 20 Milliamps, or 0.000005 to 0.0003 Joules of energy. This compares with a TENS machine used on sore backs which pass a [...]

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Do Dog Shock Collars Work ? , a Farmers perspective.

Do Dog shock collars work ? With Covid 19 creating disruptions to the Australian Agricultural Field Day Calendar I find myself back behind the desk, reflecting on my experiences along with some of the colourful characters I have meet in the past 14years while exhibiting at these events across the country. I am often visited by existing customers who [...]

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Can Dogs Get Covid 19 from Humans - Follow up

Wow,Didn't that first blog get some comments. Most people agreed with the blog, we just don't know enough about the Coronavirus transmission rate in humans and plenty of $$$$ are being thrown at the problem, so obviously humans come before animals in priority. The facts however remain that a small amount of animals have been [...]

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Can Dogs Get Corona Virus from Humans ?

Can Dogs get Coronavirus from Humans ? Seems a very reasonable question with the Covid 19 virus being spread to a human from another species in the first place. The answer will shock you - YES. Two dogs in Hong Kong have contracted the virus from Humans. One of the dogs, a Pomeranian has since [...]

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Are Shock Collars Legal in Victoria ?

Are shock collars legal in Victoria ?Excessive barking can be a nuisance, to us and our neighbours. How do we know if our neighbour is making a valid complaint if we are not there to hear it? The NEW Garmin Barklimier 2 Series when synced to your smart will notify you of how many times your dog has barked [...]

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Technology advances in Dog Trackers

When Dogmaster first came into being we had about 4 categories of product and no dog tracking systems. We sold dog training collars and bark control collars primarily for sheep & cattle farmers. We soon found out that the sons of farmers (and sometimes daughters) often were feral pig hunters. Not only was it a [...]

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