Unwanted Dog Behaviors
Counter surfing, dumpster diving, fixation/stimulation/onset of aggression towards other animals, nuisance barking digging, chewing…and the list goes on and on. You must have the tools, timing, conducive environment and role players in place in order to educate the animal they are in control of their consequences by not engaging in the unwanted behavior. The ecollar is the best tool in dog training if used correctly. It’s got so many advantages, especially if it’s taught as a gas pedal first, and a brake second. By using the power of technology, we can set up cameras to catch the dog in the act of unwanted behaviors, especially ones that can kill the dog, like chewing and swallowing things it can’t pass, causing a blockage. The best case scenario is the dog believes no humans are present, It goes into the unwanted behavior, committing the crime. Just as it does, the dog receives a level of electronic correction high enough to stop the unwanted behavior. This level is individualized to each dog and can vary based on the level of drive state within the dog. The best correction a dog ever receives, is the one he thinks he gave himself. He blames his own behavior, the environment or the context for the unpleasant feelings and will stay away from them.