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    Using The ADV-300


    ADV-300 is one of the safest dog collars designed for short range operation when training dogs. The collar is very efficient when it comes to eliminating bad behavior, such as barking at guests or disobeying orders that the dog has already learned. The collar works to ranges of up to 300 meters, and it has an LCD screen incorporated which displays useful information about the collar and the training process.

    The tone functionality offered by the trainer when operated in training mode proves to be easy and effective in getting pets trained around the commands of the owner. The stimulation and correction delivered by the collar is given in seven different levels.

    Activated by radio signals emitted by the transmitter, the receiver responds by offering electrical correction stimulus to the pet through the probes that are in contact with the skin on the dogs' neck. If you are a farmer or a hunter, and you need to take your dog with you in wide areas but a leash would limit severely your dog's usefulness, then the Innotek's ADV-300 is for you.

    The ADV-300 set includes the remote transmitter, a collar receiver, a power adapter, batteries for the remote control, probes, a wrench, and a test light. The whole system is powered by batteries, and the remote controller is perfectly in sync with the collar, so as to avoid ambiguity in training.

    The operational guide that accompanies every ADV-300 proves to be utile in getting the pet trained with ease. The collar being rugged and waterproof is reported to be long lasting.

    Training made easy with the ADV-300

    ADV-300 remote trainer should be introduced to the pet gradually. Otherwise, the pet might get too frustrated or scared with the new method of training. Also, initial training sessions shouldn't go over 10 minutes and then the dog should be allowed to rest. The correction with the collar should be accompanied by a verbal command, so that the dog slowly associates them. Training sessions should end on a positive note for that would aid in careless and quick training of the pet to the usage of ADV-300.

    The ADV-300 is one of the most advanced dog training collars there are It's perfect for taking dogs to large open spaces without a leash. With some proper training with the Innotek's ADV-300, your dog will learn to recongnize verbal commands.

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