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The Doges Shock Collars do everything that good dog training collars are supposed to do - check unruly behaviour, train the dogs and importantly, not

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Best Practices to Train Your Dog (Teaching Basic Obedience)

Best Practices to Train Your Dog (Teaching Basic Obedience)

The “Sit” Command

  1. Put a separate, non-metallic collar on your pet’s neck ABOVE the Receiver Collar, and attach a 10-foot leash.Note: Be sure the extra collar does not put pressure on the Contact Points.
  2. Hold the leash and the Remote Transmitter in one hand. Keep your other hand free to guide your pet into a“Sit” position.
  3. Press and hold the Stimulation Only Button.
  4. Immediately give the “Sit” command while continuing to hold the Stimulation Only Button.
  5. Release the Stimulation Only Button as soon as your pet is in position, and praise him.
  6. Release your pet from the “Sit” command and play.
  7. Repeat Steps 2 through 6.

sit-commandNote: If your pet breaks the “Sit” command, repeat steps 3 through 6. Keep your pet close to you while teaching the “Sit” command.

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Best Dog Shock Training Collar (Waterproof Training System)

While there’s no denying the fact that you completely adore your pet dog, there are times when its unruly behavior gets on to your nerves and you wish there was a way to keep it under control. Well, your wish has been granted in the form of best dog shock training collar from Dog Ed, which ensures ultimate safety, both for your dog, as well as yourself.

The dog shock training collars offered by Dog Ed collars boast of a wide array of features such as a 900 feet range which makes controlling the movement of your dog easier when you are outdoors, The collar size can be easily adjusted according to the shape and size of the dog and it has been designed in a very non obtrusive manner so that your pet’s movement is not hindered.  

These best dog shock training collars have close to 100 levels of vibrations so that you can set the consequence level of shock in tandem with your dog’s level of mischief. There is also an automatic power saver feature at the receiver end which keeps away t

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Remote training collars for dogs -

What’s better than having a dog? A well-trained dog who knows how to behave! We would be the first one to accept that this is much easier said than done. One of the best ways out here is remote training collars for dogs. Suitable for dogs of all sizes, shapes, and breeds, these collars have been found to be extremely effective, easy to operate and safe.

Dog Ed remote training collars for dogs come with a 30-day money back guarantee, ensuring that you are satisfied with your buy. Recommended by some of the best-known veterinarians in the country, these remote training collars for dogs come with a 900 feet range, giving you the option to control the movement of your dog without having to run behind him.

These collars come in a couple of versions, viz. battery operated and rechargeable. Both these collars offer three different modes of operation, viz. shock, vibration, and tone. These can be used as per your needs and demands. With the collar giving instant vibrations of different lev

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Elite Training System - Dog Training Collars

Who Is This Product Best Suited For?

The Elite Training System is best suited for our customers looking for a reliable, high quality, cost-effective indoor remote training system. It was primarily designed for training in townhouses, apartments, and houses with small to medium sized backyards. It comes with our 30 Day Money Back Guarantee, 1-year warranty, and unlimited support.

What You Must Know Before You Buy

In designing our products, we work closely with Veterinarians to ensure our product is effective and safe for all dogs. The recommendation of all vets we consulted with has been, the remote training system must have 3 modes of stimulation with varying degrees of intensity. The reason for 3 is because you MUST start with the least intense stimuli, that being vibration, and work your way up to static stimulation (if needed) to find the right correction setting that fits your dog's tolerance.

A shock/static collar without a vibration stimuli can be very dangerous and a vibra

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