KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -(Ammoland.com)- SportDOG Brand, the industry-leading manufacturer of electronic dog-training products and accessories has once again teamed up with Purina Pro Plan to co-sponsor the Bird Dog Bonanza stage, where dog-training seminars will be held during the 2017 National Pheasant Fest and Quail Classic, on February 17-19 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Local attendees are encouraged to stop by booth #1543 at the Minneapolis Convention Center to view a complete collection of SportDOG Brand products, as well as take part in special seminars being conducted by ProStaff team members on the adjacent Bird Dog Bonanza Stage.
SportDOG Senior ProStaff member Tom Dokken and Product Training Specialist Josh Miller will host daily seminars. To view the complete seminar schedule and to learn more about Tom and Josh, visit pheasantsforever.org.
Inside the booth, visitors will be able to see the newest products from SportDOG, including the recently released NoBark SBC-R, Contain + Train System, and TEK Series 1.5.
Featuring advanced digital technology, three programmable training modes, and 10 levels of static stimulation, the waterproof SBC-R has been engineered from the ground up with both the dog and owner in mind.
The new Contain + Train System allows owners to exceed the capabilities of traditional containment systems by utilizing remote training within the In-Ground Fence boundary, as well as outside it, all while using one collar receiver.
The TEK Series 1.5 includes a combination of Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum Technology, paired with the smaller collar receiver from our TEK 2.0 Series. TEK 1.5 systems include a tracking-only collar and a combination GPS tracking and training e-collar.
To learn more about the SportDOG line of products, as well as the company’s many conservation initiatives, visit sportdog.com.
About SportDOG Brand:
SportDOG Brand is owned by Radio Systems Corporation, a manufacturer of electronic dog-training gear and accessories, based in Knoxville, Tennessee. SportDOG product lines include training e-collars, GPS tracking and training systems, bark control collars, containment systems, launchers, and other training aids.