Focus on the hunt, not your equipment, with T 5X, the dog tracking device with up to 80 hours of battery life. Plus, with a compatible Garmin handheld device, sleep mode allows you to remotely put your device to sleep, extending battery life even further. This high-sensitivity GPS and GLONASS receiver tracks your dog up to 9 miles away and features a rugged, water-resistant design tough enough to run wherever your dog runs. LED beacon lights, activated from your compatible handheld, help keep track of your dog in the field. T 5X is compatible with all existing Alpha®, PRO 550 Plus and Astro® 430 handheld devices from Garmin. You can easily update your device via Garmin Express™ software, available for both Mac® and Windows® devices.
Save battery life, and remotely put your dog tracking device to sleep with sleep mode when paired with a compatible Garmin device
Update your device via Garmin Express software, available for both Mac and Windows devices
Rugged and water-resistant up to 10 meters (1 ATM)
Track your dog up to 9 miles away
LED beacon lights, activated from your compatible handheld, keep track of your dog in the field
Compatible with all existing Alpha, PRO 550 Plus and Astro 430 handheld devices from Garmin
Create a Calm Environment Before you jump into grooming, prepare your grooming area to be as stress-free as possible for you and your dog. If your dog is overly fidgety or anxious, consider using calming aids. Soothing music is one option. You can also use sprays or dog shampoos that contain calming pheromones. Use Positive Reinforcement Positive reinforcement means rewarding your dog for good behavior that will make grooming easier. Try to train your dog to “stay” or sit still by rewarding them with a treat every time they do so. You’ll need to hold your dog’s face while trimming, so get them used to handling their face, rewarding them as you go. Gradually Introduce Your Dog to Grooming Tools Introduce your dog to scissors, clippers, grooming restraints, and other tools gradually rather than taking them out all at once. Do the same with a grooming restraint. When you first put it on, make sure you’re not hurting your dog. Practice Short and Regular Sessions It’s better to practice short, consistent grooming sessions than to try to put a restless dog through a long grooming session. Aim to trim one area at a time, even if it’s just your dog’s...