NePoPo® is a Trademarked Name

NEPOPO® NePoPo® is a registered trademark. It is a registered trademark because there is an expectation of what NePoPo® means. A registered trademark means that by law the trademark can only be used with permission. There have been a lot of NePoPo® Seminars over the decades! And we are happy that there is interest in the NePoPo® System and that more and more people use it worldwide. Only St...
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The Chameleon® Tactical Transmitter (CTT®)

The CTT® is expected to be ready for a January 2018 launch. Here is the manual: CTT Manual    
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Review of Chameleon® Products: CTT®, Chameleon®, Extenders and Feathers

This is a recently published article about our Chameleon® products. By Philippe Dhont: "Since there are a lot of people who are interested in the Chameleon® equipment, I decided to make a review about it. It's not only a review about the current Chameleon® equipment but also about motivational training, connectivity, featured Chameleon® products and other stuff... It is titled "Motivationa...
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NePoPo® Silver School Testimonial

This testimonial speaks for itself and answers a lot of questions better than we could: NePoPo® School Testimonial
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Demystification of E-collar Prices

This little commentary was written in December of 2015. It is a good reminder. The Demystification of E-collar Prices
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Turning the Page…

After arriving home from India around Christmastime, it was almost the New Year and certainly a new year ahead for us with no more seminars on the horizon. We refected on all the places we have been and the people we have met over the course of more than a decade. It was Bart's desire to put on record one last Newsletter to sum it all up. And here it is: Marahadja, GuruBartBellon®NePoPo®Cham...
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Informative Links to help you set up and use your PT3000 Chameleon® II Collar Receiver and Finger-Kick !

The following list of videos can be found below: FAQs : Pairing the Transmitter with the Chameleon® II FAQs : Turning the PT3000 Transmitter On and Off FAQs : Tip to not lose your FK ! FAQs : Pairing the Finger-Kick to the PT3000 Transmitter The function of Good Contact Points FAQs : Contact Measurement FAQs :  Cable Charging Why Insulated Contact Points? FAQs :  Induction Charging FAQs ...
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