July 6, 2016

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OBEDIENCE SKILLS REQUIRED BEFORE ADDING THE REMOTE COLLAR
 

This is a video taken from Josh Moran's online course, Remote Collar Basics. This video demonstrates one of the obedience skills taught in preparation for remote collar training. This particular training shows that a dog can both go and stop with pressure while maintaining a very positive attitude about the training. This work is done in advanced of adding the remote collar, which will be easily overlaid once the dogs understanding of these concepts are complete.

 
 
 
 
 
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Question:
 

I've been told by some trainers that I can use the remote collar on my new dog the day I get the collar & I only need to leave it on for one hour before using it. Is it necessary to leave the collar on for 2 weeks before using it?


Answer:
 

You can use the collar the day you get it but then you run the risk of the dog KNOWING that the collar means something. A remote collar is unlike anything most dogs have worn on their neck before and they definitely notice it. I don't want my dogs to think that when they have on collar X it means they have to respond to me. I want the collar to be nothing to them. If you just have a companion dog that will never be in a competition & they can wear the collar whenever they go out, it doesn't really matter as much.


I certainly wouldn't be putting a remote on a new dog and using it right away. I'd be doing everything with fun, food and play for a long time before I added any type of aversive experience.


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