Companion dog obedience training with electronic collars

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companion dog obedience training with electronic collars

Companion Dog Obedience Training With Electronic Collars by Pat Nolan

Companion Dog Obedience Training with Electronic Collars offers gentle, safe effective training for all dogs.

Do you love your dog but sometimes have trouble liking him? Then this book is for you.

In one short month your dog can learn to be the happy, obedient dog youve always wanted!

Covers complete basic obedience including walking on a loose leash, coming when called, heel, sit, down and stay.

No more shouting. Reliable off leash control around distractions is easy when you understand how your dog learns and follow the step by step instructions included.

Tired of your dog dragging you down the street? ... Imagine, no more pulling on the leash.

Tired of chasing your dog? ... Imagine, your dog will come when called.

Tired of your dog jumping on guests? ... Imagine your dog greeting them quietly.

Tired of excessive barking? ... Imagine your dog quite and calm.

Imagine the freedom your dog will enjoy. ... A whole new world will open to your trained, reliable companion dog. You will not have to shut him away because company is coming.
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Pat Nolan

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No matter what you call them — shock collars, e-collars, or the more scientific-sounding "collar mounted electronic training aids" — are designed with the most basic form of learning in mind, operant conditioning. From a psychological perspective, the idea is remarkably simple. An animal has a behavior you'd like to reduce or eliminate, and you apply positive punishment in an effort to do so. The "positive" refers to the application, rather than the withdrawal, of a stimulus; the "punishment" refers to the intended effect, which is the elimination of an unwanted behavior. When a child misbehaves and a parent yells at him, that's also an example of positive punishment. Despite the fact that the Father of Operant Conditioning himself, B.

Jason grew up in the small town of Miamisburg, Ohio. As a child Jason had a fascination with animals, how they behaved, and how they were trained.
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How to use an E Collar properly - Dog Training with America's Canine Educator

The Electronic training collar e-collar is not a problem solver device. Those days should be long past. That only creates behavior that is short lived at best. Dogs are contextual learners and opportunists and will immediately outsmart this prehistoric approach. Properly used, it is meant as a tool that is integrated into training. Just as you continue to reward your dog throughout his career for giving you proper behaviors, you must have the ability and option to correct your dog when necessary.

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