Poor collar fit is a leading reason for poor results from your remote training collar. The collar contact points must be in constant contact with your dog's neck without being too tight. Proper contact points will help you get the right fit and the best possible results from your e-collar. Most remote training collars have changeable contact points. Usually each point screws into a hole on the inside of the collar's receiver box.
Dog's with short coats usually use the regular or short-length contact points that come with all remote training collars. Dog's with long or very thick fur often need the longer contact points. Only a few remote training collars come standard with long contact points, usually they need to be purchased seperately.
Contact points are easy to change and should be cleaned regularly to ensure peak performance of your dog's e-collar.
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