Working Dogs/Hunting Dog Collars
Discover the latest hunting and working dog collars in Australia
Hunting breeds such as retrievers, pointers, and spaniels are highly intelligent and obedient and require specific training to perform their missions properly. The right hunting dog collar will help ensure your puppy is safe and can easily perform its duties.
Working dogs trained to perform specific tasks such as herding, guard duty, or law enforcement require specialised training to fulfil their roles — and the correct type of collar can be essential in helping them perform their required tasks.
The majority of dog training collars end with the letters NCP, “Nick” to correct unwanted behaviour with a single pulse, “Constant” for a 12-second continued stimulation or “Pager” for a vibration stimulation to communicate with your dog — great for any dog's hard of hearing.
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What are the different types of hunting and working dog collars?
Dog Master stocks a massive range of hunting and working dog collars. The Dogtra 200c dog training collar is jam-packed with 100 intensive settings with a small, lightweight collar well-suited for small-medium sized and working dogs from 4.5kg in weight. Equipped with a 2-hours fast-charge battery, its easy design also makes for great use with domestic dogs.
If you’re training multiple dogs, you can’t miss the Garmin Pro 70 Bark control and dog training collar 1600M, which trains up to six dogs in a 1600-metre range with only one transmitter! Its colour-coded buttons match the colours of your dog’s collar to make training a breeze.
If it’s hunting collars you’re after, we stock GPS dog tracking collars with precise and up-to-date maps that can connect to your smartphone and work offline, some of which can track up to 21 dogs or hunters!
Are hunting/working dog collars safe?No matter which hunting or working dog collar or bark control collar you choose, you can rest assured that the static simulation from these collars can be compared to the pulse you sometimes feel from a car door. It simply breaks your dog's focus and will not harm your pet.