March 28, 2016

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UTILIZING THE REMOTE COLLAR FOR THE "PLACE" COMMAND
 

This short clip is taken directly from Leerburg’s newest online course, Remote Collar Basics with Josh Moran. The video demonstrates how we utilize the remote collar to send a dog to an elevated Kuranda bed. The foundation work taught in this course is going to set your training up for success with this exercise as well as a never ending list of other behaviors that can benefit from the use of a remote collar. The skills taught in this course are going to teach you what to do prior to introducing the remote collar all the way through conditioning and practical applications.


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When I reach for my dog's collar to put him in the crate, he tries to bite me. I think this is because of hatred for his crate. Do you have any suggestions on how to reduce his hatred for his crate?


Answer:
 

Your dog isn’t showing hatred for his crate, he’s showing reluctance at being told what to do and disrespect towards you. If he goes in and lays down it sounds like he’s accepting the crate just fine, it’s a leadership problem.


I would keep this dog on a leash at all times when he was not in the crate. You don’t say how you are disciplining him for biting you but stop putting yourself in a position to be bitten. Keep a leash on him ALL THE TIME.


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