Dog Training

Sit Means Sit dog trainer Ashton Fitz-Gerald decided to use this target exercise with his puppy, however instead of using a traditional dog training clicker, he uses a Sit Means Sit dog training collar. This dog training videos main purpose is to demonstrate how training tools are neither positive nor negative by nature. The common perception of electronic dog training collars is that they are negative and not a good training option because you are teaching the dog to do something to avoid getting shocked.

This approach to dog training with a remote electronic dog training collar may have been true before Sit Means Sit came along, but it certainly isnt the case anymore. In this puppy training video, you will see the Sit Means Sit dog training collar is being used only when the puppy is touching the target stick. If the Sit Means Sit dog training collar was causing pain to the puppy, or he felt the need to avoid touching the stick because he didnt like what happened when he touched it, you would certainly see signs of avoidance. The puppy would not want to go back to the stick time and time again.

The adjustable nature of todays modern electronic dog training collars such as the Sit Means Sit dog training collar means that the levels can be adjusted so variably that the steps between each level as very small and virtually undetectable from one to the next. We even took this video a step further and demonstrated that even when the Sit Means Sit dog training collar is set to the highest level, the puppy in the dog training video does not avoid touching the stick. Dont believe us? See for yourself. Wed also recommend downloading our free report on the technology behind modern electronic dog training devices. Go to:

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