March 22, 2016

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REMOTE COLLAR BASICS
 

Leerburg Online University is now offering a new online course with Josh Moran! Remote Collar Basics will teach your dog how to be prepared for the use of the electronic collar. This course will cover the preparation stages and the fundamentals that are going to be necessary to get your dog ready for the electronic collar. The students will understand the underlying principles that will let them integrate the electronic collar with training in a way that's compassionate and fair to the dog and encourages cooperation.


This course is now offered as Interactive, starting April 4. Cost is $250 with 1 year access. SIGN UP NOW!

 
 
 
 
 
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Question:
 

My dog is showing an interest in chasing shadows, if I correct him for this will it ruin his drive?


Answer:
 

Interrupting obsessive behavior will have no affect on drive. Notice I didn't say CORRECT. Interruption can be done in a variety of ways, with a tug on the leash, making a noise to distract him or a low level nick with the ecollar. You basically want to stop the forward movement of the dog in relation to chasing shadows in any way you can.


I have found the easiest way to deal with this is with an ecollar. He will still very occasionally start to chase a shadow (mostly in the snow on a very sunny day) and a verbal No and a nick from the ecollar stop it right away.


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