Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Training Your Dog using a PetSafe Electric Dog fence

During Stage 2 Your dog can now experience a level of correction higher than fence dog collar. Walk your dog in the yard area and praise detention + eating meat treat him. Allow your dog to go to the training flags. When your dog enters the signal field, he will experience discomfort, but harmless, static correction. Because of this correction may startle your dog, he can jump and bark. This is normal. Make sure that when this happens, you quickly pull your dog back to the containment area. As long as you will need to have a smile on your face and praise him - be sure to give a small bite to eat hot dogs. Play in safe areas and not allow your dog to run back to the house. NEVER PULL OR CALL YOUR DOG TO SIGNAL FIELD. Let him decide to enter or stay in safe areas.

You will need to begin to include "set-up" in your training session. A "set-up" is a condition that usually tempt your dog to leave the page, such as people walking by and across borders, or other pets out of bounds. This will teach your dog that he needs to consider its existence, regardless of the situation. Until now, training has not been tested under conditions in which your dog has a high level of desire. You can start this training by having family members walked out of the yard. Your dog must remain on a long rope and put on the dog fence collar. Remember, DO NOT call your dog out of line!

If your dog refuses to follow the family members, praise him warmly. HE IS LEARNING. If your dog decides to follow the family members, allowing him to enter the field and receive correction signals. Once again, your dog may respond by jumping and yelping. Quickly pulled back into a secure garden area with a smile and praise the move. Repeat the process with a "set-up" like other pets, balls, sticks, etc. .. in various places throughout the yard. Use something that really excite your pet. Sometimes a dog that has a high food drive, you can throw lunch meat or hot dogs just past the flags. This process will cause your dog to make a choice and it is a critical point in the learning process.

If your dog does not respond when he entered the field signals, typically caused by the dog fence collar is too loose, or thick hair is to make a good investigation for skin contact. If the dog fence your dog's collar is fitting correctly and does not respond when he enters the signal field, this usually means that the correction rate is set too low. Adjusting to a higher level. To help adjust Petsafe dog collar click here: http://www.discount-pet-superstore.com/outdoor/deluxe.htm

Before proceeding to Phase 3, make sure your dog is happy to run and play in safe areas and avoid the flag training pages, if not, spend an extra day or two in Phase 2.


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