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S.P.O.T. Plus Remote Trainer


S.P.O.T (Signaling, Protecting, Obedience, Training) - A great all-around trainer - perfect for low-light conditions!

The PetPal S.P.O.T. by D.T. Systems helps make your dog more visible in low light situations...perfect for morning or evening walks.

The Night Sight technology uses LED lights with up to 44 lumens of brightness, and can be set to a constant low, a constant high, or a strobe on high. You can also strobe the LED at any time at the push of a button with 16 different illumination levels. A great solution to signal you (and others) as to the whereabouts of your dog.

The bright orange collar strap also has a highly reflective tape that helps make your dog visible to cars.

The S.P.O.T features DT's own Vibration Assist technology and also offers 16 intensity levels of Nick and Continuous stimulation and 900 yards (1/2 mile) range.

The rugged micro-sized collar unit and transmitter fit in the palm of your hand. The collar/receiver is waterproof and rechargeable and will fit small to large dogs. The handheld transmitter has a no-slip, soft-grip rubber coating for comfort and security.



  • D.T. Systems MAXX-Range 360 Technology
  • D.T. Systems Vibration Assist Technology
  • D.T. Systems Night Sight LED Illumination Technology
  • 900 Yard (1/2 mile) Range
  • Digital Technology to Maximize Power
  • Lightweight, Compact Collar and Transmitter
  • Tough and durable nylon coated ORANGE Reflective collar
  • Adjustable from 8” to 22” in ½” increments
  • Fits dogs from approx. 8-120 lbs
  • Built in Magnetic ON/OFF system
  • Rechargeable and Completely Waterproof Collar
  • Collar runs off a rechargeable NiMH battery
  • Weatherproof Transmitter
  • Transmitter neck lanyard
  • Transmitter runs off a standard 9V battery (not included)
  • Charger, adapter/splitter cable, and test light included





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  • Model: SPOT
  • Manufactured by: PetPal Training Systems

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 13 August 2014.

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