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bhs91

dog collars

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I have a Dogtra 200NCP, love it, but now have 2 dogs and would liek a collar for both. I don't want to plunk down the extra $110 for the 2 collar system and I was wondering if I got another 200NCP, they would interfere with each other?

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BHS

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Each unit would have its own frequency, so should not interfere, but why would you want to carry around 2 transmitters, and than take the change you would hit the wrong dog on a correction. Or on a day you only take 1 dog have the wrong collar with the transmitter, and it won't work. Buy the 2 dog model.

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I now have a couple of collars and they do not interfere at all. The same make.

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