Dog training tips — basics

CAN I TRAIN THE DOG MYSELF?

Jul 01 2021 1 Comment basics puppy tips training

The most common question for all dog owners is, "Does my dog need obedience classes?" Of course, there is no shame in seeking professional help, but we are here to show you how you can save a lot of money and build a strong relationship with your furry friend.

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CAN E-COLLAR BURN OR HURT MY DOG?

Jun 07 2021 0 Comments basics dog care safety using e-collar

E-collars are widely used for obedience training, correcting unwanted behavior, excessive barking, and much more. It is one of the most effective tools for those who want their four-legged companion to be well-bred. But almost all of us saw these horrifying photos or heard stories from other people that the e-collar burned their dog's neck. The situation is obviously frustrating. But the truth is, a collar cannot burn through or hurt a dog's neck. The static current of a collar is not high enough to generate the heat needed to burn. The damage we see on a dog's neck is...

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How to use a dog whistle for training

Feb 22 2021 1 Comment basics step-by-step training whistle

It is known that whistle dog training is one of the most cost-efficient tools. But do you know how to use it successfully to train your dogs? Check out our blog article and find out more about training process.

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Whistle Training Basics

Jan 28 2021 1 Comment basics training whistle

Training our dogs can be a tough event, especially if you are new to the whole idea of owning a dog. However, it can be made easier with different educational tools such as the clicker, e-collars, etc. The beauty of the training process is that there is no one size fits all method to this, and one great device for that is the use of a whistle during the class. What is the whistle training? Such training involves the usage of a whistle to teach the dog to perform desired commands or actions. There are two types of these –...

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Bark Collar. Make your dog polite

Nov 02 2020 2 Comments bark collar basics tips

It is natural for all dogs to bark as it is the only way to talk or communicate with other animals and us. However, while it is normal for dogs to bark, some of them can bark really loud. What’s worst is that they might bark at everything! While it is good that the dog barks at intruders, it is not ok if he constantly barks at the neighbor or even barking at home even when there is absolutely no need for that. This may cause rifts in the house as well as rifts between you and your neighbors. Just...

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Clicker Training Basics

Oct 06 2020 3 Comments basics clicker training

There are various methods at which you can train your dog. And one way that a lot of professional dog trainers use is a clicker. From this article, you will learn some essential tips that are important for anyone looking to start training with a clicker.

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Stop Your Dog From Food Stealing With An E-Collar

Apr 29 2020 2 Comments basics counter surfing e-collar training

If you own a dog, then you would know that it is nearly impossible to leave your furry friend alone, unmonitored, with food exposed in the open. Even so, you can never afford to turn your head to the stove while leaving the tantalizing food on the dining table as the odds of your puppy jumping and eating the delicious food is high. Even if you managed to shoo the dog off for the first time, it would be tough for you to keep up with their antics, since some dogs can be pretty intelligent, and once you are caught...

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Stop Digging with an E-Collar

Mar 20 2020 3 Comments basics digging e-collar training step-by-step

Dogs are an excellent family members. Sometimes, their actions or antics can tickle the entire family. However, some of their activities, though seemingly cute, are detrimental if it is left unchecked by the owner. One such action is the dog’s attempt at digging at every surface, be it your flooring or even in the garden. If the dog is digging at your backyard, then you must be very frustrated that the plants are being dug out! This is considered less dangerous, given that there might be the possibility of hidden cables at the garden, and your puppy's life might be...

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