Knoxville, Tennessee (April 13, 2017) – SportDOG® Brand,the industry-leading manufacturer of electronic dog-training products and accessories will showcase its newest product introductions at the 146th National Rifle Association (NRA) Annual Meeting and Exhibits, held April 27-30, 2017, in Atlanta, Georgia.

NRA members are encouraged to stop by booth #4514 at the Georgia World Congress Center, where SportDOG representatives will be on hand to help answer questions about their comprehensive line of dog-training products.

Inside booth #4514, attendees can view a complete collection of SportDOG gear, including the newest additions: NoBark SBC-R, Contain + Train™ and TEK Series 1.5, offering proven solutions for dog tracking, training, and containment.

NoBark SBC-R
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 SportDOG bark-control collar puts customizable control in the hands of dog owners through its advanced OLED display, extended battery life, and simple operating features.

Contain + Train
The Contain + Train system allows owners to exceed the capabilities of traditional containment systems by securing their dogs within set boundaries, and offering remote-training capabilities both inside those boundaries at home, and in the field, all while using one collar receiver.

TEK Series 1.5

The new TEK Series 1.5 includes a combination of HopTek™ Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum Technology, paired with the smaller collar receiver from our TEK Series 2.0. TEK 1.5 systems include a tracking-only collar and a combination GPS tracking and training e-collar.

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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.