Dog Guard® No Pull Leash

518-687-0030 | 1-800-865-0495

500 Federal St., Suite 550 | Troy, NY 12180 | Email:


Dog Guard® Out of Sight® Transmitters

Dog Guard® offers different types of transmitters that are designed for outdoor and indoor uses. The transmitters are listed below:

RT-2 – Small/versatile for indoor use
T-4 – Standard transmitter for large areas

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The RT-2 room transmitter is a small/versatile device that is designed for containing or restraining pets in or from designated areas inside the home.





The T-4 transmitter features user-friendly lights to let you know that the transmitter is working properly or an audible sound when there is a problem with the signal field.





Dog Guard® offers Four different types of Receivers that are designed to contain small to large-sized dogs. The Four receivers are listed below:

DG 9 XT – for “medium to stubborn and tough to train” dogs
DG 5000 – for “small, timid, passive and up to medium sized” dogs
NEW!! DG Micro – for “tiny pets” weighing 1 to 10 pounds
NEW!! DG MicroR – for “tiny pets” weighing 1 to 10 pounds



dsc_0502-u515-frThe DG 9 XT receiver is designed to handle the “medium to stubborn and tough-to-train” dogs. It works well with dogs that are runners such as Huskies, Labs and hunting dogs.



DG 5000

dsc_0512-u1309-frThe DG 5000 receiver is designed to handle “small, timid, passive and up to medium sized” dogs. (10 to 65 pounds)




DG Micro

dsc_0517-u1310-frThe DG Micro receiver is designed to contain “tiny pets” weighing 1 to 10 pounds.




DG MicroR

dsc_0517-u1310-frThis DG Micro R receiver is rechargeable and designed to contain “tiny pets” weighing 1 to 10 pounds.








Keep your dog safe at home with fresh batteries every 3-4 months





System Surge Protector

surge_protectorProtect or Disconnect Circuitry – automatically disconnects the transmitter in case of a rare catastrophic surge or direct lightning strike. Protects against normal AC power surges and lightning.

Space Saving Design – low profile and better balance and stability.
Power Indicator Light – easy to see that power is on.
Reduces the Risk of System Failure – your pet will continue to be contained.
Better Loop Connectors – easier to attach the loop wires to the unit.
Increased Surge Current Ratings – protector has a larger capacity to dissipate surges. (fig. not actual size)