Dog E-Collar Training: Stable Dogs vs. Dogs With Issues

Check out the videos below to learn all about dog e-collar training. You’ll not only learn about training your dog using an electronic collar; you’ll also learn how training differs for dogs that are stable versus dogs that have behavior issues.

Due to time constraints, there will only be videos and no short summary for this post.

Until next time!

Jesse
Owner-Operator
Canine Perspective, Inc.

Remote collar training is the most effective and efficient way to work with a dog, but, it’s not always smooth sailing. Remote, and pressure, can bring out the ugly side even in the friendliest of dogs.

This Week’s WWAPDT just expands upon the video to the left that was uploaded last week: E-Collar Training Stable Dogs Vs. Dogs With Issues. WARNING: I’m Pretty Blunt In This Video

By |2018-04-10T23:32:49+00:00May 19th, 2017|Aggression, Behavior, Chicago, Dog Rescue, Dogs, News, Obedience, Training, Training Tools|

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  1. […] Think of the clicker as a camera. When you press the button on a camera you see a flash and it captures a moment in time. It’s the same thing for the puppy. When they hear a click, it captures a moment in time for them that they register in their brain as, “Hey, when I put my butt on the ground, I hear this click and then I get a treat; let me try that again!” This analogy works really well because dogs see things in pictures and operate according to the context of how things look in the moment (this is especially true in remote collar training). […]

  2. […] addressing his fear by making contact and allowing him to respond however he wants, but I have the remote collar to address the aggression so he can see I do not mean any […]

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