PT 10 Dog Device

(9 customer reviews)




Train Multiple Dogs with your PRO 70/550 or Sport PRO Systems

  • To begin, train up to 6 dogs on 1 PRO 70 handheld. Up to 3 dogs on 1 PRO 550 handheld, or up to 3 dogs on 1 Sport PRO™ handheld (additional dog devices required; purchase separately)
  • Also, 1-mile range
  • Built-in BarkLimiter™
  • Again, remote operation of beacon lights on the dog device
  • Interchangeable contact points

Firstly, the PT 10 Dog Device works with the PRO 70, PRO 550, and Sport PRO handhelds. Therefore, allowing you to add more dog device collars to your pack. Train up to 6 dogs on 1 PRO 70 handheld, 3 dogs on 1 PRO 550 handheld. Or 3 dogs on 1 Sport PRO handheld (additional dog devices required) with a range of 1 mile, plus remote-operated LED beacon lights for low light conditions and built-in BarkLimiter, activated on the dog device, for a quieter kennel. Garmin Alpha

PT 10 Dog Device Built-in BarkLimiter

In addition, PT 10 Dog Device features a built-in BarkLimiter, activated by the dog device. BarkLimiter features Autorise technology, which automatically adjusts correction to the optimum level needed to stop unwanted barking.

PT 10 Dog Device Tough, Water-resistant, Long-lasting

Furthermore, the PT 10 Dog Device collar is designed to withstand all the blows, bumps, and sloppy conditions of training and hunting, and comes with 2 lengths of removable, stainless, insulated contact points for reliable performance in wet conditions as well as extended comfort for the dog. The PT 10 Dog Device is water-resistant to 1 ATM and features a long-lasting, rechargeable, lithium-ion battery.  A battery life indicator on the dog device lets you know when to recharge the system.

Collar Pairing

The PRO 70 color transmitter buttons and the PRO 550 and Sport PRO color-coded dog selection switch on the handhelds can be paired with matching colored collars to help you keep track of which dogs are receiving stimulation and tone. Additional 3/4-inch polyurethane-coated accessory collars are sold separately.

  • Also, unit dimensions, WxHxD: 3.1″ x 1.7″ x 1.7″ (7.8 x 4.4 x 4.4 cm)
  • Weight: 3.5 oz (98 g)
  • Again, battery: rechargeable lithium-ion (included)
  • Battery life: 60 hours
  • Water resistance: 1 ATM
  • Floats: no
  • Collar compatibility: 0.75″ (1.9 cm)

9 reviews for PT 10 Dog Device

  1. MsH

    Multi functional.
    Perfect for my uses.

  2. Cody Hepworth

    Purchased the PT10 as a second collar to work with my Garmin Tri-Tronics Pro 550 remote when we got our second dog. The unit works exactly the same as the collar that came with the Pro 550 bundle, but the collar is better on the PT-10.

    The unit has many useful features.

    Functions controlled with the remote (sold separately)
    – Multiple levels of shock intensity
    – Audible tone
    – Vibration mode
    – Remotely activated LED lights

    Functions independent of the remote
    – Bark Limit mode that provides progressively increasing stimulation based on bark persistence

    I rarely need to use the electronic stimulation. Our dogs react just as well to the audible tone. I also love the remotely activated LED lights for nighttime use.

    I would definitely recommend this unit.

  3. Ryan

    i had an old tri-tronics for my past setters, i bought this and with the added features vibe,tone ,correction , lights for night , i will tell you this , i only have had to use the tone for correction , where the old one it only zap him as i put it and it would sting him pretty good . I now have peace of mind knowing i can control Riley without hurting him and now he can have full range of his 3acre yard.

  4. TonyB

    Before we got this training collar my dog was wild. To the point where we were going to give him up. He had food aggression, toy aggression and was the worst behaved dog! Stealing entire roasts off the counter, eating the bark off every tree in our back yard, digging up the yard. This was even with daily walks and once a week sled/bike runs of 10kms. He is a yellow lab named Ben.
    I wouldn’t say Ben is the world’s most well behaved dog now. But he is leaps and bounds from where he was! And he is very well trained now.
    Now this collar isn’t a cure all for bad behaviour. It takes time, patience and consistency. We chose this training unit for its many features. The lights on the collar are very bright! Will light up your path. We live in the Northwest Territories in Northern Canada where in the winter we have near 20 hours of night.
    The add on collars was also a very nice feature.
    We have had this farming After a few months of training we now rarely use the shock on our dog. All we have to do is press the green button on the remote which sounds a beep and that is enough to stop the negative behaviour.
    I am not a professional trainer. I have watched videos and read many training books. Do some research on whether this is a good training method for your dog. If if you are a seasoned dog trainer you will not be disappointed with this collar!
    Our dog is a family pet that we want to also be a hunting dog. This unit has worked well for us. I would highly recommend the Garmin pro 550.

  5. Mswx

    Bought this to complete the controller and 3 collars. Have 3 big dogs on a farm who like to chase coyotes. A great tool to help communicate with them. After training I almost never shock them, the beeping or vibrate mode gets their attention. Highest I’ve shocked is 7/21 levels.

  6. Nicholas

    I wish I had bought these Garmin collars right off the bat instead of wasting 2x the money on cheap poorly made collars for years before I broke down and switched to Garmin. This collar has been holding up well for two very active 60lb dogs that wrestle, swim, sprint, and chase balls until you can’t throw anymore. My only advice would be spend the extra money on the newer model Garmin collars that allow for the Anti-Bark auto-rise feature and the normal beep-vibrate-shock correction features to be used simultaneously. This collar is one mode or the other but not both at once. If you dont have a coonhound like we do that frequently barks the songs of his people for everyone that walks by the front door, then this collar will be just fine for you and your dog.

  7. Hardworking747

    Let me begin by saying that I have been using these devices for the last 15 years or so.
    The Garmin Pro 70 and its associated collar is by far the most robust and has the best real world range.
    Potential users of this device and new dog owners who are unfamiliar with proper training methods should not use one of these devices. While they are excellent for sharpening up a dogs skills they do not teach the dog those skills. You still have to do ALL of the basic training required of any canine in order for it to understand the task you are requesting it to perform. If used improperly or in anger they WILL destroy the dog’s temperament.

    Step one:
    Learn the proper methods utilized by professionals to train dogs or seek the assistance of a professional.
    Step two:
    Teach the dog the task you want it to learn without the aid of this tool.
    Step three (and before you ask yes I did do this to myself several times):
    Put the collar against your own neck and experience one shock at each level all the way up to maximum.
    Step four:
    Utilize this training tool in a safe enclosed large area in order to sharpen up a known skill that the dog possesses.

    Things to know about this type of device:
    – always begin with the device on level one. if you are triggering the device on level one and there is no visible reaction whatsoever from the dog the problem is not that the device is set too low. The problem is that the electrodes are not touching the dog’s skin either because the short electrodes are installed on a thick coated dog / the collar is too loose / the collar was initially put on the dog and tightened to the correct tension but with the collar too low on the dogs neck, rather than immediately behind its head and high on the neck, and the dog now has it head down and the electrodes no longer contact because of the change in position of the collar.
    Never ever use this device if you are even a little bit angry at the dog. If you are angry you must put the controller down -the problem is that you have failed in your duties as a trainer; the dog is not the problem.

  8. Cody Hepworth

    Works awesome. Consistent shock voltage. Lights are a great feature at night. I live on 18 acres and haven’t reached it max range yet. Wish battery life was a little longer. Get about a day and a half to two days if left on constantly on a single charge.

  9. rocky

    tritronics (now garmin) has been the gold standard in training collars since the device was invented, built-in LED the latest feature. great range, great battery life, indestructible.
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