Batteries for Dog Training Collars and Invisible Fences
Replacement Battery for the eCollar Dog Training Collar BarkLess BL-100 | Li-Po Battery 3.7 300mAH
Battery Giant has replacement batteries for most brands of dog collar batteries, training collar batteries and other electric fence batteries to keep your pet safe, secure and aid in training. It’s recommended that be changed every 3 months for maximum effectiveness. Purchase your electronic dog fence receiver collar battery from Battery Giant and feel confident that you are getting the best product at competitive pricing.
If you need replacement batteries or a charger for your electric dog fence collars, you've come to the right place. We carry batteries and chargers for most name brand pet fence systems including PetSafe, Innotek, SportDOG and even Invisible Fence® Brand.
Dog Collar Battery for Invisible Fence Electric Dog Fence Collars
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When looking to buy your dog collar battery, shop at Medic Batteries. Our dog collar batteries are pet safe batteries. With our pet safe batteries, you will not have to worry about your dog getting harmed from their dog collar battery. Medic Batteries’ petsafe batteries will quickly teach your dog their boundaries while not doing any harm. So what are you waiting for? Get the dog collar batteries you need from Medic Batteries today where we guarantee our batteries as pet safe batteries.Replace your own dog collar batteries and save lots of money! The replacement batteries from PetSafe are $8 each. You can replace the battery for $1.50 yourself.User replaceable batteries can be purchased from Gun Dog Supply for most Tri-Tronics collars and SportDOG collars. You can replace these yourself at home. Replacement Battery for eCollar Dog Training Collar Large Receivers: Models 700A, 702A, 800A, 802A, 800TS, 802TS, 1200A, 1202A, 1200TS, ... The Pet Safe Collar for Small Dogs works very well, but burns batteries fairly quickly, and they can cost up to $8 each. This video shows how to replace the battery for less than $2.If the light is steady “ON”, the collar probably still beeps and shocks, but the battery is being consumed faster than normal. You can test the collar to see if it is working, but you probably cannot adjust the shock level. This scenario cannot be remedied beyond attempting to remove the battery for a few minutes. After the light goes out, put the batteries back. This is akin to rebooting a computer. If the situation continues after trying this a few times, for the sake of your dog’s safety, you should call me to arrange a replacement.