How do PACDOG Remote Dog Training Collars work?
Our PACDOG Collars are a fantastic training tool to assist with training your dog, they allow you to simply and accurately address your dog with an appropriate correction i.e. Vibration/Tone or Stimulus The dog needs to think that the correction at whatever style or level with your voice command or whistle is you warning him of something “out there” that he needs to avoid, the stimulus is similar to the "Static" you get when you touch a car door all it does is distract the dog from what it is doing such as ignoring your recall, chasing sheep etc. it gets his attention back to you and with lots of praise and attention you can get him to return to you or follow your command. They are designed to give dog’s the freedom they deserve off the lead. They saved hundreds of thousands of dogs lives
Familiarisation with the collar before you start training is essential. It is very important that your dog does not associate the Vibration/Tone or Stimulus with the PACDOG collar. For this purpose we recommend that you familiarise your dog with the collar by fitting the PACDOG Collar on the dog, turned off, for a few hours every day over 10 - 14 days before you enter the active training phase, you can fit the plastic dummy probes included in each kit for this period if preferred. Comes with detailed a training guide on how to train your dog using the PACDOG system link to training Guide
In order to choose the right dog training collar, there a few things to consider namely; the size of your dog, his training needs and the range you may need. We supply dog
training collars for Miniature/ Small dogs, Medium/Large and Extra Large Dogs with up models from 750 meters to 3KM range
Ideal for the all types of persistent problems:
Dogs running away, or being wilfully ‘deaf’ to recall
Jumping up on people or stealing food
Dogs being over-enthusiastic, barking at people or other dogs
Chasing cars, joggers, walkers, cyclists, postmen etc.
Dogs pulling on the lead
Gundogs ‘running’ in or being over-enthusiastic
Chasing farm stock and other animals