Quality Remote Dog Training Collars
Remote Training Collars for Pet and Working Dogs
We stock the best Range of Quality Dog Training Collars to ensure that no matter the dog or behavioural change you are after, we have the ideal dog training solution to meet your needs.
- Solve your dog behavioural issues with a quality remote dog training collar
- Pet dog collars through to professional collars for hunters, farmers and working dogs
- Large range of additional parts, accessories and extra collars if needing to control more than one dog with the same controller
No matter the dog, or the behavioural change you are after, Bark Control has the ideal remote dog training collar for you....
Dog Training Collars are no doubt the fastest way to train your dog out of unwanted behaviour. We only stock quality brands, including SportDog, Dogtra, DT Systems, and PetSafe, that are backed by strong warranties. For your convenience we have arranged our remote dog training collars into two sections. Working Dog Remote Training Collars are where you will find more heavy duty professional training collars for hunting, farm work or service dog training. Our Pet Dog Training Collar section has dog training collars that are geared more to pet use around the home, including citronella remote trainers.
Which collar is right for my situation?
We stock remote dog training collars to suit 2 particular styles of dog ownership; Pet Dogs and Working Dogs. Collars for Pet Dogs are designed to fix behavioural issues of your pet from pulling on the lead when walking to pulling the clothes off the clothesline. Pet dog remote training systems are specifically used for short range training and command reinforcement at home to the local dog park.
If you are looking for a higher quality system then we suggest heading over to the Working Dog Training Collars where the systems are more robust and tolerate sustained use and more testing environmental conditions. Working Dog Remote Trainers are targeted to the serious dog person such as hunters, farm workers or sport/service dogs where your demands are high, distances longer and conditions are more testing.
Additional collars and Additional Parts and Accessories
Do you have more than one dog that you need to train or control? Some of our Remote Training Collars Systems give you the ability to control more than one dog by adding an additional collar. Eliminate the excess controllers you will need for multiple dogs and can control your extra dogs with the convenience of only one remote.
Our Parts and Accessories Departments stock replacement batteries, chargers, additional or replacement probes and all colours and sizes of collar straps to get your remote trainer fitting exact to your dog.
Slim-Design Contoured Collar Receiver
SportDog's NEW & IMPROVED Short Range Field Trainer!
1 or 2 Dog Trainer with 725 metre range
Training Collar for Hunters and Farmers
1600m Dog Training System - 1,2,3 or 4 setup!!!
One Hand Operation Precision Remote Trainer
Waterproof, Rechargeable Dog Training Collar 1600m Range
725m Range, 1 or 2 Dog Setup
Fully rechargeable remote trainer with up to 1100m range
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Compact and versatile short range Dogtra Remote Trainer
Stop your dog pulling on the lead while walking!
Entry Level Dog Training Collar for Small Dogs!
Medium to large Pet Dog Remote Training Collar!
The World's Greatest Dog Training Equipment
Quality Remote Training Collar
Innotek Spray Dog Training Collar
Easy to use remote trainer, great for the house and yard
Additonal Slim-Design Receiver for Dogtra ARC Trainer
Additonal Collar for Dogtra Edge RT Remote Trainer
Additonal Collar for Dogtra Edge RT Remote Trainer
Additional Dog Training collar for Dogtra Edge
Extra Collar Receiver for SportDog SD-425E and SD-825E
Add a Collar for the Dogtra iQ Plus
Extra collar for DT Micro iDT Remote Trainer
Australia's Only Legal GPS Track & Train System
What is a remote trainer used for?
Dog Training Collars allow you to use a remote to activate your dog's electric collar. Remote Training Collars are extremely effective when trying to gain a dogs attention and pull them into line in distracting situations. Remote Trainers are also a great tool to deter the dogs from bad behaviours they may have such as digging where they shouldn't and pulling washing off the line.
Do I need a Pet Dog or Working Dog Remote Trainer?
The main differences between Pet Dog and Working Dog Remote Trainers are the range and durability. Working Dog Remote Training Collars are built for tougher conditions to withstand the knocks that hunting and working dogs will put it through in the field. The working dog trainers also offer lengthier range for long range hunting and mustering. Pet Dog Trainers are targeted more at dogs that are trained in the yard at home or at the park. The Pet Dog Remote Trainers are generally a bit less durable and offer short range options for behavioural training.
What range do I need?
Professionals run by a rule of thumb that too much range is always better than not enough. Because Dog Training Collars use a radio signal to communicate between the remote and collar, large obstructions such as sheds, rolling terrain or heavy scrub between the dog and yourself can affect the range you receive. Remote Trainers that run off an FM signal (Dogtra, Big Leash) experience less interference in these situations than AM signal devices (SportDog, PetSafe).
How do I find the right correction level for my dog?
The idea is to find the lowest level of stimulation that gains your dog's attention. Set your dog training collar down to the lowest setting and allow the dog to roam about the yard by himself. Activate the stimulation and watch for a reaction from the dog such as an ear flick or a look that he is alert. If you see this change, you have found the lowest stimulation level for your dog. If not, slowly move up the stimulation a step at a time and give the dog a few corrections on each before moving on. You will find that in different scenarios you will have to use different stimulation levels; higher stimulation in situations where the dog is chasing wildlife and lower levels when simply fixing up small behavioural issues.
How long can my dog wear the dog training collar for?
Dogs can wear the remote training collar for a maximum of 10-12 hours per day. The reason for this limit is to avoid the probes causing irritation to the skin or pressure necrosis sores which can occur with prolonged use. It is recommended that you check your dog's neck each time you fit their collar and give the probes and the dog's neck a good wash weekly.
When is the right time to use a remote trainer?
The right time to start using a remote trainer differs between each individual dog. You must ensure that the dog is mentally developed enough to associate the negative correction with their behaviour. Manufacturers recommend 6 months as the earliest point to start training; some dogs may need a little longer, though for most, 6 months is a great point to begin using a dog training collar.