DF Training

Using a containment system requires some training for your dog. Check our guides.

Introducing The Correction As The Second step In Training The Dog

In dog fence training, the second step to the exercise is about introducing the correction. Once the dog is familiar with the concept of boundary, it is now required to know what the repercussion of crossing the line is. This is done through ...

Walking Your Dog As The Last Step In Training The Dog

By nature dogs are very physical and need a lot of exercise. Many owners are aware of this fundamental need. Now that your dog understands the boundaries of your property, it is your chance to train the dog with respect to entering and exiting ...

When To Remove The Dog Fence And How While Training The Dog?

It’s not always practical or safe to let your dog stay unattended. It is wise of you keep them close to home, so opt for a pet containment system or an electric fence to keep him safe in your surroundings without letting him wander father off ...

Introducing Off-Leash Play While Training Your Dog

Fence training refers to teaching your dog to remain within a contained space and not run or jump out of it, even when excited. There are several wireless/invisible fences available, which can help train your dog to understand and respect ...

How would you test your dog’s compliance while training the dog?

“Bruno, will you fetch the stick?” If your dog doesn’t respond, or goes for something else, then Bruno needs proper compliance training. It is important to teach the dog the trick, else it can be stressful for the animal and his owner. ...

How To Introduce the Dog Fence While Training The Dog?

Dog fence training is all about how to make your pet respond to the beep sound from the collar around its neck. When the pet hears the beep sound, it ought to know that it is a warning signal and should retreat right away. Going any further is meant ...

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