Shock Training Collars For Dogs - Stop Digging:
It is important to first understand why your pet is digging. Many dogs, such as terriers, were bred to flush out prey, and digging is very innate to them. Other dogs may be digging to find a cool spot to lie down, or simply out of boredom. Your pet may no longer have the desire to dig if he is provided with the following:
A cool, shaded area in which to lie down, and plenty of water.
An alternate activity, such as a favorite toy.
Plenty of play, exercise, and attention.
A yard free from rodents or prey that he may be trying to flush out.
Choose the Intensity Level 10 higher than your pets Recognition Level.
Place the Receiver Collar on your pet and wait at least 10 minutes before placing him in the yard. No other people or pets should be in the yard, as you do not want your pet to associate the stimulation with anything other than his digging. Your pet must be securely fenced in or contained during training.
From a window or area where your pet cannot see you, wait until your pet begins to dig.
While your pet digs, press the Stimulation Only Button and release it when he stops digging. Only press the button while your pet is in the act of digging, and do not say anything to him.
If your pet ignores the stimulation, increase the Intensity Level by 10.
Continue to watch your pet, as he may choose another area to dig.
Do not allow your pet in the yard unsupervised until he has completely stopped digging.
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