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    The Remote Dog Training Collar: A Solution?


    If your cute puppy grew to become a big animal that refuses to follow your orders, barks and growls at your guests, and makes constant noise at night and prevents you from sleeping, then you should consider getting a remote trainer. A remote trainer, otherwise called a remote dog training collar, is a clever device that consists of a collar and a small remote control that you can use from a distance. This simple idea allows you to train your dog from a distance, without the need to put it on a leash.

    The dog wears the remote trainer collar in the same way as it wears a normal collar, you should remove the normal collar so there is nothing else to get in the way. The collar includes in its design a small box with two electrodes that have to be in conctact with your dog's skin. If your dog has extremely long hair, you might need to cut it a bit before making it wear the collar.

    The remote that is included with the collar will let you give mild static shock corrections to your dog while in training.

    How to Start Training

    Training with the remote trainer is very similar to any type of regular training. For example when learning to sit, you may choose to reinforce the word ‘sit’ with a small static shock, keeping your dog on his leash.

    Once you think he has got the hang of it you can try with the dog off leash, and this is where the remote trainer will come into play. You have the start with the lowest level of correction available, and increase it if your dog doesn't obey or the stimulation is simply not enough for your dog to feel.

    You can also teach your dog some safety rules with the aid of the remote trainer, for instance, by stopping your dog with a correction if it tries to run towards a street full of cars. In addition, the leash will become a thing of the past when you walk your dog.

    If your dog is not obeying your commands, it's time to get a remote trainer. This collar and remote control will let you train the most unruly dog. Perhaps the most important feature of the remote trainer is it's range of level corrections, which you can adapt to your dog's temperament.

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