How to Obedience train a dog with a Dog Training Collar System
EXT+ 3km range, Remote Trainer enables the handler to simply and accurately address their dog with an appropriate correction, according to the misdemeanour. Without the dog realising that the correction is coming from their e-collar. The dog needs to think that the tone/vibration or level of correction is associated with the trainer’s voice command or whistle and is warning them of something “out there” which needs to be avoided. The correction is startling enough to get the dogs attention and make them return to the handler for praise and attention.
This PAC dog Kit comes with an EXT+ handset, which can be simply changed to enable the simultaneous exercising of up to
two dogs. It also comes with a Medium/Large Dog Training Collar, ideally suited to breeds like a Springer Spaniel or Collie and up (Weight guide of 10kg and above). If you want to add more collars, check out the ADDONS TO CONSIDER section below. Note we have a compatibility chart included with the product pictures showing what collars will suit this handset. You can also click to see all our Dog Training System Collars Here.
Remember the e collar that comes with the kit has a charger, but be sure to select the collar option 'With Charger' if you want more, or it is a different collar (some collars have different chargers).
TOP TIP: Did you know you can match the coloured back and blue buttons on your PAC Dog EXT2 handset with a coloured strap making training multiple dogs easier. When ordering extra collars we can substitute the standard black strap with a blue strap at your request. Please include a note in the ORDER COMMENTS box at checkout.
This system will help you cure all types of persistent problems such as:
- Chasing farm stock and other animals
- Chasing cars, joggers, walkers, cyclists, postmen etc.
- Jumping up on people, stealing food etc.
- Dogs running away, or being wilfully ‘deaf’ to recall
- Dogs being over-enthusiastic, barking at people or other dogs
- Dogs pulling on the leash
- Gundogs ‘running’ in or being over-enthusiastic