Canibeep Pro - NUM'AXES beeper collar
Specially designed for hunters, the beeper collar allow you to follow your pointer’s searches in the undergrowth or other concealed areas just as easily as in the open.
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Availability date : 03/01/2021
- Audible up to 200 m
- Adjustable movement detection sensitivity
- Adjustable sound volume
- 4 distinct sounds available on each collar (useful when hunting with several dogs)
- 8 operating modes allow you to personalize your CANIBEEP Pro according to your requirements and your dog’s behavior:
- modes 1 to 4: the collar operates only when the dog is pointing
- modes 5 to 8: the collar operates when the dog is moving and then pointing
Reliable and efficient
- 2-year guarantee
- Battery life: 150 000 beep sounds
- Weight: 77 g
- Dimensions: 38 x 66 x 72 mm
- Power: 1 3-V CR123A Lithium battery (supplied)
We advise you to use the Canibeep Pro collar on dogs over 6 months old.
Give your dog time to get used to the sounds of the beeper collar. The sound volume might scare your dog at the beginning. To help him get used to it, lower the sound volume. In this way, your dog will gradually familiarize himself with the collar.
When you put the beeper collar around your dog’s neck, direct the sound diffuser towards the dog’s body, so that the beep noises do not come too close to your dog’s ears.
It is easier to start the collar and adjust sound volume and operating mode before you put the collar around your dog’s neck.
If you wish to train several dogs at the same time, we recommend you to program each collar with a distinct tone in order to recognize each dog (4 distinct tones available on each collar).
Do not use the collar with dogs that are not in good physical shape (i.e. cardiac problems, epilepsy) or have behavioral problems.
Before using the collar, we advise you to have your dog checked by your veterinarian to ensure he is fit to wear a collar.
1 yellow Canibeep Pro beeper collar
1 yellow strap
1 3-V CR123A Lithium battery
1 magnetic key (magnet)
1 user’s guide