BigLeash® Remote Trainer
The Big Leash Remote Trainer is a safe and effective training tool to help you train your dog. Remote training collars are used to teach and reinforce training commands such as ‘come’, ‘sit’, ‘stay’, and ‘heel; and they can also be used to help correct unwanted behaviors.
DogWatch offer two types of remote trainer:
The Big Leash E-Collar (S15)
features 15 levels of variable correction & has a tone & vibration feature and can be purchased as a one of two dog unit. The handset uses the new patented two way communication – receiver collar sends information back to the handset.
The new Big Leash Vibration Trainer (V10 )
features the unique variable vibration & tone feature (10 levels of variable vibration) and can be purchased as a one or dog unit. The handset uses the new patented two way communication – receiver collar sends information back to the handset.
How Remote Trainers Work
Remote Trainers let you send an electronic radio signal from a handheld transmitter to a receiver collar worn by your dog. The signal gets the dog’s attention and can be used to reinforce your training command or to distract him from an undesirable behavior.
Why Remote Trainers Work
Remote trainers have several major advantages over other training techniques:
1. Precise Timing
One of the benefits of using a remote trainer is that the training signal can be more precisely applied in association with the behavior. Training works best if you can shape the behavior while it is occurring. Keeping the training message clear helps your dog learn more quickly.
Consistency is key to any learning. Make your training message precise and keep it consistent, and your dog will understand what you expect. He’ll be happier – – and so will you.
3. Remote Application
There are times when remote signal is important – – like when your dog is at a distance and cannot hear a verbal command. A remote signal is not possible with other training approaches.
4. Anonymous Application
Sometimes training is more effective when your dog associates the training signal with the behavior rather than with you. If your dog thinks his action caused the signal, he is more likely to avoid the behavior – even when you aren’t there to correct him. An anonymous signal is difficult with other training approaches.
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