Lion Country Supply Brass Name Plates are not just for dog collars. Local customer Melvin Miller, of Osceola Mills, PA walked into our retail store this morning for some 5-way vaccines for his pups. Melvin has fox/beagles and chases foxes and coyotes. Melvin explained the last time he was in LCS, we placed a Brass Continue reading →
I can quickly see ways that being connected to the internet constantly via smarty pants phones in our pockets are detriment to life. My smarty pants phone is constantly vibrating, emitting sounds like a pinball machine, and flashing like a video arcade (Yes, I just referenced two modes of entertainment that are passé). I call it a smarty pants phone because it always seems to give me more trouble than smart service. The distraction of the arcade is now perpetually by my side, unless I forget it at home. I NEVER leave it at home on purpose–ask my wife, Renee, I have told her that it is always a mistake caused by leaving the house too quickly. I wouldn’t want to leave that ruckus at home. Actually, most of my phone’s gyrations are caused by communication from Renee. She has found a way to send me text messages from her desktop computer at work, using all of her typing skills, not just her thumbs. This is problematic, as I wasn’t able to keep up with her texts when she was just using her phone. Now she has the Gatlin Gun of texting, and my replies are limited to my bulky thumbs—a muzzle loader by comparison. By the time I answer her text that read, “Can u buy milk?” with a response that says, “I already did,” she has already sent me 312 additional texts, with the most recent reading, “Do not forget to pick up Wes.” Wesley is our son. Now she thinks I am saying I already picked up the kid, when in fact I have already bought milk because I needed it for coffee. So she sends a follow up text asking why I already picked up Wes, since he should not get picked up for several hours. The Gatlin Gun erupts and I turn off my muzzleloader and hunker down.
Video transcript: Hi, I’m Eric with Lion Country Supply. I’m here today to introduce you to the all-new Garmin Alpha TT15 Mini bundle and the Garmin alpha TT15 extra collar. Customers tell us all the time here at Lion Country Supply that the existing TT15 is a little large and heavy for smaller breeds. Continue reading →
The new T5 mini has a smaller physical size as you can see compared to the original T5. The collar strap can fit down to a 9.5 inch neck. It has a lighter weight at 7 ounces. compared to 9 ounces with the original T5 collar. It also has a sleep mode, which allows you to shut the collar on and off from the hand held, allowing you to conserve battery life. You can also turn the beacon lights on and off from the hand held.
So I also took home the Nite Ize Dog Collar Cover (#LUDCC) to see what it does and compare it to the Nite Ize Dawg Illuminated Collar (#LEDC) in the specific area I live in. I am situated in a great spot for this product. My house sits along a busy highway and is surrounded by Continue reading →
The Reflective Day-Glo collar is essential gear for any hunter that runs dogs in low or fading light situations. I use one on my English setter and we never take it off. We live next to a three-lane highway and my pup likes to run. He is trained to stay away from the road and Continue reading →
So the other day I took home the Nite Ize Dog Collar to see what it does in the specific area I live in. I am situated in a great spot for this product. My house sits along a busy highway and is surrounded by flat farming land on three sides. Here is what I Continue reading →
It appears that Garmin has done it again! Finally the GPS dog tracking collar we have been waiting for. The Garmin DC50 collar incorporates the best parts of the last 3 collar designs including the TT10 Alpha collar. The DC50 looks very similar to the TT10 without the contact points. The Garmin DC50 collar is Continue reading →
Lion Country Supply Brass Name Plates recover two lost hunting dogs once again! Valued Lion Country Supply customer Richard Neff, of State College, was in our retail store recently to obtain items for the Rick Smith Seminar. Richard has brass name plates attached to all of his collars and related this story to me. Continue reading →
The LCS Leather Feel O Ring dog collars are constructed of thin piece of nylon material that is coated with PVC that has the feel of soft leather. The material is very easy to clean with soap and warm water, and seems to be very comfortable on the dog’s neck. I’m also very impressed with Continue reading →