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Dogtra ARC Additional Receiver

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Description

Dogtra ARC additional receiver for the Dogtra ARC System comes with an ORANGE strap and One 5-5 splitter cable.

Dogtra ARC System Overview

The Dogtra ARC System has a 3/4 mile range. Dogtra never stops evolving to develop the most advanced e-collar gear for modern day dog owners and trainers. Developed using the best of Dogtra engineering know-how, the Dogtra ARC System e-collar remote training tool comes with an ultra slim receiver for seamless appearance and improved comfort for dogs 10 pounds and up.

The Dogtra ARC e-collar features a ¾-mile range and 2-Dog expandability. The receiver/collar outputs Low-Mid stimulation from 1-127 levels designed for all breeds with medium to soft temperaments. The ARC’s ergo dynamic handheld transmitter also features a checkered grip and belt clip. The e-collar is fully waterproof and come with 2-hour rapid charge batteries.

Fitting the Collar

The receiver/collar should be fitted so that the surgical stainless steel contact points press firmly against the dog’s skin. When properly fitted, you should be able to fit a finger or two snugly in between the contact points and your dog’s skin. When properly fitted, the receiver/collar should not move on the dog. The best location for the receiver/collar box is either side of the dog’s windpipe. A loose fit can allow the receiver/collar to move around on the dog’s neck. When this happens, the contact points may rub the skin and cause irritation. If the receiver/collar is too tight, the dogs may have difficulty breathing.

How to Find the Right Stimulation

The Dogtra ARC System comes with the rheostat dial on the transmitter. The rheostat intensity dial controls the stimulation level, with level 0 being the lowest level and level 127 being the highest. The level of stimulation best suited for your dog depends on your dog’s temperament and threshold for stimulation. Always start at the lowest level and work your way up. The appropriate level can be found when the dog responds to the stimulation with a mild reaction, such as a tensing of the neck muscles. The stimulation level may vary depending on the training situation. When highly distracted, dogs will require a higher level of stimulation.

To learn more about the Dogtra ARC Additional Receiver read the Owner’s Manual.

  • Model: ARC-RX
  • Manufactured by: Dogtra