Lost e collar remote

akblackdawg

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good luck, hope you find it. if you don't call tritronics, think they will give you a deal on just the romote. Bud
 

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Your pup took it and buried it. She said she'll let you know where it is as long as she gets to nick you once. Lol. Hopefully Tritronics makes you a good deal.
 

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Your pup took it and buried it. She said she'll let you know where it is as long as she gets to nick you once. Lol. Hopefully Tritronics makes you a good deal.

I've nicked myself on all levels, he gets excited when I get his collar out because he knows its time to go to work.
 

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I've seen dogs go and find it for their owners, neat trick, but usually requires prior training with fetching the remote. Might be a good idea for all of us to work into the force fetch part of training. Bud
 

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I've seen dogs go and find it for their owners, neat trick, but usually requires prior training with fetching the remote. Might be a good idea for all of us to work into the force fetch part of training. Bud

Hey fetched my shotgun in a floating gun case out of the river on the opener
 

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What generation of Tritronics do you have?
I have a Classic 70 G3 transmitter. It's the 6 dog model though. I could see myself parting with it if you get in a pinch. If what you lost is an exp model.

Bud, I agree. Force fetch and solid obedience is the ground work for all advanced training. You can certainly have a started retriever without FF but trying to teach advanced concepts is like trying to build a house without the proper tools. It can be done, but it's not solid and may not last against the weather.
 

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What generation of Tritronics do you have?
I have a Classic 70 G3 transmitter. It's the 6 dog model though. I could see myself parting with it if you get in a pinch. If what you lost is an exp model.

Bud, I agree. Force fetch and solid obedience is the ground work for all advanced training. You can certainly have a started retriever without FF but trying to teach advanced concepts is like trying to build a house without the proper tools. It can be done, but it's not solid and may not last against the weather.

I had the 6 dog one, only need one tho.
 

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