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Andy Music
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E-collar Recommendations

I have a Beagle pup I am looking to get a collar for and will probably get another beagle or two down the road. Looking for advice from experience folks on makes and models of e-collars. What's the best whats the most affordable and what should I expect to pay for a quality e-collar? Thanks.

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DirtyCoal
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Garmin alpha with TT15 mini collars. Hands down the best system out there.

800.00 for a handheld and collar and 300.00 for each additional collar. You can track and train your dogs.

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It all depends on how much you want to spend and what functions you like. If you want to track and train, the alpha with minis is the way to go, but it can get pricy. If you want just shock collars, both Garmin and Sportdog make excellent collars with various ranges. I run Garmin Pro 70. Plenty for what I need. Good Luck!

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If you don't need or want the tracking I'd go with Garmin Pro 70, 1 mile range, expandable to 6 dogs, 6 levels of stimulant, built in lights and barklimiter, has a $50 rebate on new units till 12/24.

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