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I know it is a long shot, but I found an E Collar today over at the Franklintown gamelands in York County. If you know of someone that lost one recently over there, shoot me a PM with the description. I called the manufacturer, but it was not registered to anyone.
 

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If it was mine, the dog would have been attached. Been many times I threatened to leave the useless dogs in the woods, lucky for them, they had too much money on their necks.

I have lost ecollar transmitters, back to the hand held GPS(that might be in my truck if I ever clean it out), collars and bells. If it wasnt for using a GPS, I probably would have lost my truck.
 

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Well, that sucks for someone. I lost the hand held transmitter for one of my Dogtra 2502 collars a couple weeks ago. Had no idea where it fell off my belt, got back to the truck and it wasn't there. Decided to make a quick walk through the cover we'd just finished hunting and my hunting partner found it. Some days you just get lucky.
 
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