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Recall Training With E Collar

Dog owners across the globe are beginning to recognize the merits of recall training with an electronic collar. Often referred to as E Collars or e-collars for short, electronic shock collars for dogs made by INVIROX make it surprisingly easy to teach our furry friends to recall promptly and without protest.  Whether you are struggling to teach your puppy to return to your side, have not attempted any training at all or recently adopted a dog and would like him or her to obey your commands, it is in your interest as well as that of your pooch to try the INVIROX e-collar.

Dog Recall Training

Recognize the Inherent Challenges of Recall Training

Getting a dog to follow verbal commands or hand signals is not an easy task. In particular, summoning a dog to return when called is especially challenging. The average dog is simply unwilling to listen to his or her owner, especially if off the leash. 

Instead of attempting to instill memory recall in your furry friend off-leash, turn to a shock collar for dogs such as that made by INVIROX. A dog training collar makes recall training that much safer, especially when juxtaposed with the risk posed by off-leash training attempts. 

Recall training is primarily centered on teaching a dog to obey commands without jeopardizing his or her safety.  So don’t over-focus on teaching your dog to return to you after verbal summoning.  The underlying purpose of recall training is to prevent the dog form hurting him or herself as well as other people and animals.  Recall training with INVIROX even has the potential to prevent your pooch from running into traffic or another hazardous and life-threatening situation.

Establish the Right Setting

Shock collars for dogs must be used with care.  Take some time to find the optimal vibration setting for your pooch before engaging in an elongated training session. Adjust the collar so it doesn’t harm the fur or skin when activated. 

Double-check the collar after several shocks to ensure it is tight yet not constrictive.  The collar should be snug yet not cause abrasions or other damage to the fur or skin. Once you have the optimal shock level setting programmed, it is time to introduce your verbal command for recall.

Mastering the Art of Recall Training

Dog recall requires attention to detail, patience and a willingness to develop a comprehensive understanding of your furry friend’s unique psychology.  Attach the INVIROX shock collar to your dog and guide him or her to a safe space.  Summon your pooch by stating “here”, using another word you have designated for recall or calling his or her name.  Use a moderate volume and normal tone of voice when recalling your dog. 

If your fur buddy does not return after you give the recall command, give the command one more time. If there is no reaction, slightly tug the dog toward your general direction by lightly pulling on the leash.  Once your furry friend returns to you, provide him or her with verbal praise then let the exploration resume.  Repeat the recall training over and over again using the exact same training steps noted above. Continue to use the same verbal recall command each time without exception. The challenge lies in convincing your dog that the “here” command or other verbal cue used for recall means it is time to return to his or her handler. The failure to return or another misbehavior prompts the negative reinforcement that is the e-collar for dogs.

Make Each Instance of Negative Reinforcement Count

In an ideal world, your dog would follow all of your commands, responding quickly and attentively every single time without exception.  However, dogs are prone to misbehavior and misadventure, especially when they are pups and in training.  If your dog is like most others, it won’t return to your side after you prompt him or her with your selected verbal cue, be it “here”, the dog’s name or something else. 

Instead of losing hope after your dog inevitably ignores your recall command, be proactive with the INVIROX shock collar for dogs. Ask anyone who has used an e-collar to train a dog about the experience and you’ll find it captures the dog’s attention in a split second. A shock collar for dogs is the most efficient means of training furry friends to return to your side upon being commanded to do so.  Though sending a shock to the dog for refusing to comply with your command might seem a bit harsh, low level stimulation does not cause meaningful physical pain. 

Choose the INVIROX shock collar for dogs and you’ll find reaching the point of off-leash freedom is that much faster than would be possible with competing methods.  This testament is passionately echoed by the thousands of dog owners who have successfully trained their furry friends using the INVIROX e-collar.  Even if you aren’t excited about your dog being off the leash, it is important to acknowledge that such freedom is essential for a dog’s happiness, well-being and physical health. 

The icing on the cake is the fact that this proven dog training collar teaches furry friends to return all the way to their master’s feet or side.  Other training methods often result in dogs stopping halfway and expecting a treat to complete the return or engaging in an obnoxious game of tag.  INVIROX e-collars for dogs engrain a lasting recall that is prompt and direct, bringing your dog directly to your side upon issuing a recall command, every single time without exception. 

Finishing the Recall

The final step of the recall process is sitting.  If you insist that your dog sit upon recall, don’t provide positive reinforcement during training until your pooch sits on the floor or ground at the recall’s end.  However, if finishing the recall by assuming a seated position isn’t your overarching aim, simply reach downward and pat your fur buddy on the head as a form of positive reinforcement for a job well done.


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