What is the quickest and easiest way to train a one year dog with an electric fence and collar?

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    5 Responses to “What is the quickest and easiest way to train a one year dog with an electric fence and collar?”

    1. DARRIN O says:

      Only let your dog get zapped once or twice, if you do it to much he will not want to go outside, i`v trained my 4 dogs on these and it is very simple, walk your dog on a leash until he gets within the boundary line, the coller will beep and then you pull him back and say no! you are suppose to do this for up to 3 weeks , but some dogs learn it quicker than others you should stay with your dog untill he knows the boundary areas.

    2. Destiny C says:

      well smiply keep the dog inside the fence and play with the dog close to your house

    3. Kara says:

      I would recommend setting up the fence and putting up little colored flags around the boundary line. The first time you introduce your dog to the fence and he gets a little zap, he isn’t going to know what hit him and why he is getting zapped!
      Walk your dog around the boundary (making sure that he can see the flags!) a few times.
      After a few times of getting ‘the zap’ and seeing the flags, your dog will start to learn where he can/can’t go.
      It’s going to take some time and definitely some practice, but soon your dog will be electric fence trained!
      However….if your collar is battery powered (I’m assuming it is) make sure that you replace the batteries when they die.

      Some doggies have learned that when the collar is dead, they’re free! So replace the batteries and you shouldn’t have any problems.

      For more tips I found this site that you can read and it might help.
      http://www.k9electronics.com/Electric-Dog-Fence-Training-Tips.html
      Good luck and hope this helps!

    4. raticals.com says:

      Did you have it professionally installed? The installer is supposed to give you training sessions.

    5. Pet Stop Of Charleston S.C. says:

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