Are all of your dogs safe and well behaved? This is a extra collar for the UltraSmart Contain-N-Train IUC-5100.
The Innotek UltraSmart Contain and Train Dog Fence Collar includes a unique Ready-Fit audible tone to alert you when it's properly adjusted to your dog's neck and a ReadyTest LED that displays a battery/working status.
Not compatible with the SD-3000 Innotek Standard Contain and Train Dog Fence
Posted by Diane on Sep 15th 2012
The collar comes unbuckled when the dog rolls around on the ground. This has happened several times, and now the collar is lost. It's expensive to replace. They desperately need a new collar design!
Posted by danny on Oct 19th 2011
I would make this collar with a Nylon belt instead of the plastic.
Posted by Labrador Retriever Lover on Oct 19th 2011
"The fence system works well on Labradors. One of mine won't cross by flags even when no collar on. Shock from fence doesn't appear to bother dogs, quick yelp and then back to normal activites-just enough that the dogs remember... Shock from remote can correct without any discomfort, just peculiar feeling based on dog's expressions. Unfortunately, the remote does not usually work when you really want it to and the battery is drained quickly so if you are working on particular behavior, stock up on additional batteries, because if you need to repeatedly press the button, the battery will be dead very quick.
The biggest issue with the collar that prevents me from giving the system 5 stars and tempted me to give it 3 stars is the new collar design. When I first bought the system, the collar came with straps made of durable plastic and a secure buckle. Unfortunately, when one collar lost response to remote and other collar broke due to loss of face plate, the replacements were of lower quality. The new collar straps are made of flimsy rubber adn the buckle loosens easily. They added a clip collar to the system, which would be a nice feature as an alternative to buckle, but still requires buckle as well so useless. Because the collar loosens easily if you have big, active dogs, I have had to replace two collars in less than two months because the collars loosened and fell off and then became new chew toys for my labradors. This is unacceptable as it presents a choking hazard especially for labs that will eat anything not nailed down. If you have big active dogs, then keep this in mind when you are considering systems. If you decide to buy system, ask if there are any of the old style straps available. Right now it is possible but they are working on switching completely to the new flimsy design."