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Group A was trained with the use of electronic shock collars. The dogs in this group were trained by "two experienced dog trainers [who] were nominated by The (ECMA)." Each owner worked with half the dogs in the group. The trainers used either the or the . In addition, dogs were rewarded with positive reinforcement such as food, play, or praise for compliance with their instructions.
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Behavioural data were collected by the research team on hand held video cameras before, during and after the exposure to the electric stimulation. Six of the 8 dogs referred for sheep chasing only engaged in one or two approaches, and received a single application of the electric stimulus each time they approached sheep, which led to a cessation of approach. One dog referred for sheep chasing did not approach sheep during the training sessions, but received two stimuli at points when it was orientated towards nearby sheep. One dog received 5 exposures to e-collar stimuli before approaches ceased. As dogs were relatively free to roam open fields during training, video operators chose to position themselves where they could have best view of dogs when in proximity to sheep. As a consequence, it was not possible to have full video records of the entire training period, but good records were made of the period immediately before and immediately after approach to sheep and exposure to electronic stimulation. Only the Best Electronic Gun Dog Training Collars, No Bark Collar, TEK Series GPS Collars.
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Some beepers have remote controls that work in combination with an electronic training collar. The transmitter allows you to turn the beeper on an off as the cover changes or as your dog ranges out of your sight.We also have radio remote dog trainers that give you a training range of ½ mile for use by pet owners and sport dog enthusiasts alike. All of our remote electronic dog training collars give you simple yet, powerful tools to quickly and easily train your dog to perform desired behaviors, like "sit", "Come", "Heel" and to break "bad dog" habits such as digging, chewing and jumping.And now, we are especially proud to announce the introduction of our new, ground-breaking, line of Bluetooth dog training collars. These amazing collars use our newly developed Bluefang Technology that accesses the Bluetooth capabilities of your iPhone or Android cell phone and allows you to train your dog with a smart phone app using your cell phone as the remote at a range of up to 400 ft. Current functions include behavioral obedience training, bark control and electronic fence containment. With many, many more features and functions to come.Only High Tech Pet electronic dog training collars give you multiple positive training tones. STAR Training uses the Pavlovian principle of associating an audible tone with a memory of a positive feeling. In the STAR process, you first speak a command while selecting a unique tone from your training device. All our electronic training devices give you multiple tones, each to be associated with a command of your choosing such as, "Sit", "Stay" and "Down". You then demonstrate the behavior. For example, to teach your dot to come, you play the selected tone, say, "Come," and tough on your dog's leash, pulling him toward you. The final step is to play the same tone again while giving your dog a treat and affection.