Utilizing a remote trainer is often challenging. A lot of people feel awkward because they're unclear about what to do, however with just a little practice and direction, anybody can learn how to use a remote training collar properly and effectively. When I first began, it even required a couple of days to get comfortable but now it's virtually second nature! A few people think remote trainers are used simply to correct undesirable habits like digging in the trash or chewing, however you will find numerous good habits you'll be able to teach and stimulate using a remote trainer. The devices can definitely improve your rapport with your dog.

1. “Sit”: This simple behavior is usually taught in a short time, and you could add an suggested “stay” so that you won't need to train another command. Simply, tell your dog to sit when pressing the button. Keep in mind, the static amount needs to be on the setting that will get your dog’s attention yet will not frighten them. Having a treat in your other hand, proceed in the direction of your pet and hold it just over his / her nose. As his nose goes up, his tail lowers. When his seat hits the floor, stop pressing the switch. Do it again a couple of times by using a treat, and after that eliminate the reward so he / she simply learns the communication from the remote. See? Now your dog will be able to sit.

2. “Bed”: This can be a good thing to train, since it gives your pet a particular location to go and stay. It also comes in really handy if you have visitors entering your house or perhaps the pizza delivery person is at the front door. While pressing the button, with your dog on the lead, guide him or her to his / her bed and say “bed” or whichever instruction you desire (others consist of place, home, etc.). Whenever he is on the chosen place, cease giving the stimulation. Back away from the location and observe your pet’s response. If he steps away from the bed, move back next to him while once again pressing the button, and repeat the demand until he returns. Before long he'll fully understand the place you want him during that command.

3. Voiceless “come”: Maybe you have been in a dog park or perhaps open field along with your four legged buddy playing around having a ball, however, when the time had come to call him back you end up shouting with no success? Making use of the vibration or beep functionality with a remote trainer provides you with the capability to instruct your pet to return to you without needing to say anything. This is certainly one thing that every one of my clients love! It is simple to train this once you have taught the sit command. Simply ask your pet to sit and, when he is on the leash, back away from him or her. As soon as you're a couple of feet away, call him to you while pressing the vibration or tone button. As soon as he reaches you, quit the sound or stimulation and repeat. He'll quickly recognize that sound or sensation signifies to join you anywhere you happen to be.

4. Off leash “heel”: Among the most typical difficulties I experience can be a dog, that has absolutely no leash etiquette. As opposed to being drug about or maybe pulled to the floor, you may use a remote training collar to prevent tugging completely. While, you've got a dog on the leash, press the static button as well as draw your pet towards your side walking where you would like him. Tell him to “heel,” and - when he does as you ask - take away the stimulation. In the event that he starts to pull once more, go back to the stimulation to motivate him to behave. Your pet will begin to realize what you're requesting of him.

Using these commands you should have a well behaved dog, and every one of them can be trained in a couple of weeks. Don't forget to have patience and relaxed throughout your training periods. Treat your dog frequently and needless to say provide them with plenty of love to ensure that it stays enjoyable for them. Very quickly, you will notice the improvement in your pet’s behavior and the relationship you share.

Author's Bio: 

Mike Shafer is the trainer for the PetSafe Village, where he works with multiple dogs every week and teaches them to be on their best behavior using PetSafe Remote Trainers and other products.