Dog Recall Training using an e-collar


When it comes to dog recall training using an e-collar, it's important to approach it with care and understanding. Here are some general guidelines to keep in mind.

Choose an appropriate e-collar

PACDOGs training collars are designed and manufactured with high standards in mind for dog training. Consult with our experts to ensure you choose the right system for your dog.

Introduce the e-collar properly

Before using the collar, ensure that your dog is comfortable wearing it. Gradually introduce the collar by associating it with positive experiences, such as treats or playtime.

Learn how to use it correctly

Understand the functions and settings of the e-collar. Read the user manual and our training guide thoroughly. Consider working with a professional dog trainer to learn how to use it if neccessary.

Condition your dog to the collar

Before starting recall training, spend time conditioning your dog to the e-collar's sensations. Begin with low levels of stimulation and gradually increase if necessary. Always monitor your dog's reaction and adjust accordingly.

Start recall training in a distraction-free environment

Initially, practice recall training in a controlled environment with minimal distractions. Reinforce your dog's recall command ("come" or any other cue) and use the e-collar's stimulation as a reminder or reinforcement if needed.

Positive reinforcement is key

Combine the use of the e-collar with positive reinforcement techniques. Reward your dog with treats, praise, or play when they respond correctly to the recall command.

Gradually increase distractions

As your dog becomes more reliable with recall in controlled environments, slowly introduce more distractions. Increase the difficulty over time by practicing in different locations, around other dogs, or in busier environments.

Maintain consistency and patience

Consistency is crucial in recall training. Use the e-collar consistently and reinforce the recall command regularly. However, it's important to be patient and give your dog time to learn and adjust. Avoid using the e-collar as a punishment device.

Please remember

It is always recommended to consult with a professional dog trainer if you have any uncertainties. A professional trainer can guide you through the process and ensure the well-being of your dog during training.


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