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COLLARUM® Live Capture canine device (Domestic Dog Model)

Product Code: NWSCDM02
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COLLARUM®  Live Capture canine device (Domestic Dog Model)
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COLLARUM® Live Capture canine device (Domestic Dog Model)

Product Code: NWSCDM02

$96.95
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Collarum® Domestic Dog Model, utilizes the 3/16" cable with a Relaxalock and an adjustable stop affixed to the cable to accommodate different dog sizes. This model contains arms and cable for up to a 12" capture loop. Will handle 30 - 70lb. dogs or coyotes; more space needed than fox model or small dog, due to loop size and longer throw arms.

Some Assembly Required.

Click here for Product Instructions

 

 

Customer Reviews ( 2 )

Average Customer Rating:
5/5 Best trap ever! Works great got my dog back!, 07/04/2019
Reviewer: Andrew Wilcher
I have a 1.5 year old very female German Shepard. After a botched attempt to catch the 70 pound girl in a federal dog cage trap for large dogs that I had borrowed from the local Animal Control, she got wise and wouldn't enter the trap. Next there was attempts to sedate the dog with ace pills from my veterinarian. Even at higher doses this was ineffective. My girl was easily trotting away. The animal control officer told about the collarum trap he had. I couldn’t wait and I ordered the dog model. I followed the instructions and assembled the trap, made the recommended adjustments and studied all the helpful hints and watched the videos. I use the canine bait on the covered white bite pull provided. I had been feeding my dog and using peanut butter treating her every night. I set my trap, anchoring as instructed, sprinkled some of my wife’s potting soil to hide the trap with only the bite pull exposed with the bait applied. At 11:22 pm the trap was set and a hour later I checked to see the results. Found my dog trapped. She was waiting like a dog on a short lead. Worked great!!!
5/5 The better mouse trap, 05/02/2013
Reviewer: Darin Lee
My wife and I have run a Beagle and Coonhound rescue for 18 years (www.houndsong.com). In that time we have tracked and trapped more stray dogs than I can accurately count. We even have a Bluetick Coonhound who tracks/trails lost animals. The point being...we have paid our dues in the stray dog arena. We recently bought a Collarum trap as a "last ditch" effort to catch a particularly stubborn Coonhound we had been trying to trap for nearly two months. Being honest....even though the Collarum was designed for canines...I was a little worried about the Collarum flipping past the big floppy ears of a Coonhound. Most canines ears being set higher on their head and most not having quite as much ear as a hound, I worried that the trap may strike the ears and be misdirected. It was not. We had worked on trapping this dog for 57 days...in the 57th day we placed your trap. The first night the dog was a no show at the trap location. The 58th day he was not interested in our bait. On the 59th day, just the third night your trap had been placed (and baited with steak this time) we got him with the Collarum. It worked like a CHARM! I wish we would have came across it 58 days earlier. I have shown it to our local Animal Control, other rescue organizations and conservation folks we know. "you really have gone and built the better "mouse trap". This is an amazing product.
Brand:
Wildlife Control Supplies
Dimensions:
3/16" X 40"L G.A.C. w/ Relaxalock, 9.5"-10" Loop
Target Pests:
Domestic Dog, Coyote
Description

Collarum® Domestic Dog Model, utilizes the 3/16" cable with a Relaxalock and an adjustable stop affixed to the cable to accommodate different dog sizes. This model contains arms and cable for up to a 12" capture loop. Will handle 30 - 70lb. dogs or coyotes; more space needed than fox model or small dog, due to loop size and longer throw arms.

Some Assembly Required.

Click here for Product Instructions

 

 

Details
Reviews

Customer Reviews ( 2 )

Average Customer Rating:
5/5 Best trap ever! Works great got my dog back!, 07/04/2019
Reviewer: Andrew Wilcher
I have a 1.5 year old very female German Shepard. After a botched attempt to catch the 70 pound girl in a federal dog cage trap for large dogs that I had borrowed from the local Animal Control, she got wise and wouldn't enter the trap. Next there was attempts to sedate the dog with ace pills from my veterinarian. Even at higher doses this was ineffective. My girl was easily trotting away. The animal control officer told about the collarum trap he had. I couldn’t wait and I ordered the dog model. I followed the instructions and assembled the trap, made the recommended adjustments and studied all the helpful hints and watched the videos. I use the canine bait on the covered white bite pull provided. I had been feeding my dog and using peanut butter treating her every night. I set my trap, anchoring as instructed, sprinkled some of my wife’s potting soil to hide the trap with only the bite pull exposed with the bait applied. At 11:22 pm the trap was set and a hour later I checked to see the results. Found my dog trapped. She was waiting like a dog on a short lead. Worked great!!!
5/5 The better mouse trap, 05/02/2013
Reviewer: Darin Lee
My wife and I have run a Beagle and Coonhound rescue for 18 years (www.houndsong.com). In that time we have tracked and trapped more stray dogs than I can accurately count. We even have a Bluetick Coonhound who tracks/trails lost animals. The point being...we have paid our dues in the stray dog arena. We recently bought a Collarum trap as a "last ditch" effort to catch a particularly stubborn Coonhound we had been trying to trap for nearly two months. Being honest....even though the Collarum was designed for canines...I was a little worried about the Collarum flipping past the big floppy ears of a Coonhound. Most canines ears being set higher on their head and most not having quite as much ear as a hound, I worried that the trap may strike the ears and be misdirected. It was not. We had worked on trapping this dog for 57 days...in the 57th day we placed your trap. The first night the dog was a no show at the trap location. The 58th day he was not interested in our bait. On the 59th day, just the third night your trap had been placed (and baited with steak this time) we got him with the Collarum. It worked like a CHARM! I wish we would have came across it 58 days earlier. I have shown it to our local Animal Control, other rescue organizations and conservation folks we know. "you really have gone and built the better "mouse trap". This is an amazing product.
Videos
Specs
Brand:
Wildlife Control Supplies
Dimensions:
3/16" X 40"L G.A.C. w/ Relaxalock, 9.5"-10" Loop
Target Pests:
Domestic Dog, Coyote

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