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Does anyone know the difference between the old and new pet safe systems? (The frequency maybe?) I have an older system. It looks like the one in this article. Pet safe is telling me I need a new system if I want new collars. The old collars are not available.
I have the old "INNOTECH" system. I have two transmitters. BUT my dogs are chewing and losing the collars. I have 3 dogs now, usually 4 because I do rescues. Anyone have a way to build the collars, or reprogram the new collars? The new collars from Pet Safe must use a different frequency?? They tell me the old system has been gone for 2 years. Very few collars left. I just paid for another on today. Going to the poor house!
I need receivers too! They are no longer easily available from Pet Safe. I have the old INNOTECH system. Apparently the new system is another frequency? They want me to buy a new transmitter and collars. I have 3-4 dogs here usually. Too much $$$
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