Your dog will need to get used to the collar; for a few days let the dog wear the collar but do not use it.
Positive and effective training takes time. Do not rush:
- Choose a familiar area, a place your dog is used to.
- Define the level of stimulation from which your dog reacts by starting with the level of the lowest intensity and increasing gradually.
- Choose the right moment to send a warning beep or stimulation: at the exact time your dog does something wrong.
- Give your dog plenty of encouragement: he will learn faster and his desire to respond will only increase.
Do not hesitate to contact a professional trainer for any further advice.
Do not use the collar with dogs that are not in good physical shape (i.e. cardiac problems, epilepsy) or have behavioral problems.
Before using the collar, we advise you to have your dog checked by your veterinarian to ensure he is fit to wear a collar.