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PAC nDXT+ Handset
PAC nDXT+ Handset

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Product Code: NNDXTPT


A little control goes a long way

The handler’s ability to communicate with his dog at longer distances will give him the added confidence to enable even greater freedom from the lead in both urban and rural environments, whether the dog’s original problem was his disobedience to recall, or his antisocial or life-threatening activities. PAC’s nDXT+ Remote Trainers enable the handler simply and accurately to address his dog with an appropriate correction, according to his misdemeanour. Without him realising that the correction is coming from his collar, the dog needs to appreciate that a stimulation, at whatever style or level, is his trainer’s back-up option.

Nevertheless, the tone (beep) or vibration warning remains the most humane style of control in distance training. But, just as wayward or criminal human activity attracts various levels of legal deterrent, the higher levels of collar stimulation need to be at hand, seldom, if ever used, to discourage some of the more serious and undesirable behaviour in dogs. As the correction is made whilst he is misbehaving, the levels used can be very low: indeed, just sufficient for the dog to associate cause with effect. To assist with heat-of-the-moment decisions, the intensity setting is easily adjusted to impart a suitable low level of stimulation for expected disobedience problems, but this intensity may be increased quickly if the level of problem encountered demands a raised level of correction to cope with the situation.
nDXT+ & EXC7 Single Collar On/Off & Functions
nDXT+ EXC7 - How To (Pair) Collar Hard Reset
nDXT+ How To Setup Multi Collars to Handset
nDXT+ EXC7 - How To Change from Tone to Vibrate

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4 of 5 Novice user October 18, 2015
Reviewer: Don Peirce from Oldham, Lancs United Kingdom  
I had borrowed a collar pack to try out while on holiday. I did not really use it properly because I had a struggle with co-ordination in juggling 2 dogs & a doggy bag when I should have been using the handset.
I will be buying my own collar pack as I have seen the system work on other dogs but my dog is an Old English Sheepdog with LOTS of hair!

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