Compelling Gadgets For Dog Training

March 18, 2019

As dog owners, our dogs look up to us for guidance. It is up to us to show them how they should behave and teach them what is expected of them. You can’t expect your dog to follow your rules when it doesn’t have an idea of what they are.

Dog training generally entails teaching your canine friend basic commands. One of the biggest benefits that you will get from training your dog is the fact that living with it will become less stressful and more enjoyable. The dog will become happier and much more confident.

If you are going to train your dog effectively, then you will need to have the right tools for the task. One tool that can definitely elevate your training efforts is a GPS tracker. Tracking will help you pinpoint the dog’s location even from miles away.

Here are other compelling gadgets for dog training:

1. No-bark Dog Collar

If you are trying to tame your dog’s constant barking habits, then this is a gadget that you may want to try. It knows when the dog is about to bark because it can sense vibrations from its vocal cords. When the vibrations start, it gently “buzzes” the dog. The receiver, it’s not only very light at 7.5 ounces, but is also waterproof meaning that it will not be affected when it starts to rain.

2. iFetch

This gadget works in pretty much the same way as those machines used to shoot tennis balls towards tennis players. It’s a great tool for teaching your dog how to fetch items and return them in a smart way. It works in such a way that the dog can use it for entertainment even when you are not around.

3. Sportdog Field Trainer

This gadget has a transmitter and receiver, both of which are waterproof and submersible. Its signal range can reach 500 yards. That makes it suitable when you want to train your dog out in the field, yard or even when you go hunting. The remote transmitter can help you simultaneously control three dogs.

4. Mini Silicon Pet GPS Tracker

The importance of being able to locate where your dog is cannot be understated as you will see when you click here. Imagine your dog going over the fence as you train it. Without a tracking device, it would be very difficult to locate the dog. With this gadget, you can track its movement at all times. It also allows you to record every movement.

5. Petcube

This one has similarities with iFetch in the sense that your dog can be able to play with it in your absence. You can connect it to a mobile app. Through the app, you will be able to watch and talk to the dog. You may even play laser games with it if you want to.

6. Firstrax Pet Home

After an exhausting training session, your dog will need a place where it can sleep and rest. A firstrax pet home is ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. It has mesh fabric panels that are tightly weaved and surrounded by a very strong steel frame.

Dog training should be a lifelong process. There are so many skills that your dog can learn. The most important thing is to identify and the most essential ones. Once the foundation has been laid, you can then introduce new skills. This way, your dog will reward you with good behavior and wonderful companionship.

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November 16, 2015 4:30 pm

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March 1, 2016 12:29 am

How much for each dog

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Susan Murray
Susan Murray
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Mariana Darida
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Mary Battle
December 29, 2015 5:25 am

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