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Obedience Training

Obedience Training

We all want a well behaved dog. Remote dog training collars allow you to give safe, perfectly timed, low-level static shock or vibration only corrections from a distance that your dog will quickly associate with the target behavior. Maybe your dog pulls on his leash or you would just like to give him more freedom by walking him safely off-leash, or train basic obedience commands such as Sit, Stay, Heel, Come?

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Training Deaf Dogs

Training Deaf Dogs

While training any dog can be challenging at times, training deaf dogs can be even more complex. Unfortunately, many deaf dogs are given up on simply because of their impairment. With the proper training, however, a deaf dog can become a well behaved pet and a wonderful companion. Patience, determination and commitment are essential in successfully training your deaf pet, but using the proper tools and techniques to assist you in your endeavor is just as critical.
Introduction to E-Collar Training

Introduction to E-Collar Training

Safety is the primary concern when using e-collars, so be sure to read through the User Manual and operating instructions that came with your ecollar. Familiarize yourself with all the buttons, functions and how to shut the collar off. Know how to charge and change the batteries, and any other essential information specific to the model you have chosen.
How to Teach Your Dog the "Come" Command

How to Teach Your Dog the "Come" Command

"My dog ignores me and doesnt come to me when I call him!" I here this one all the time from our customers. In this article I will show you how to teach your dog to come to you when called with and without an eCollar. Your dog must first know the verbal command and we will reinforce that command using extremmelly low levels of static stimulation ....
How to Teach Your Dog the "Stay" Command

How to Teach Your Dog the "Stay" Command

Teaching your dog to stay seated until released is a relatively simple command. Many trainers find it redundant and favor training the "Sit" to include staying until released. If your dog has trouble staying seated in the presence of distractions, you'll want to add the "Stay."  If he's doing well with the sit, you may want to only use a hand signal and not introduce a separate verbal command. Even if your dog stays sitting 100 percent...
How to Teach Your Dog The "Heel" Command

How to Teach Your Dog The "Heel" Command

In this article we will cover the "Heel" command. Again, we will be starting with teaching the verbal command and then move to reinforcing this command using the eCollar ...