Einstein E-Collars: How To Use, User Guide, Advantages
Einstein E-Collar is a useful dog training tool that allows you to manage consistency in a dog’s obedience to commands.
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Einstein E-Collars: How To Use, User Guide, Advantages Einstein E-Collar is a useful dog training tool that allows you to manage consistency in a dog’s obedience to commands. The dog trainer uses a hand-held transmitter to apply stimulation to the dog by the use of a receiver collar that is worn by the dog. With this special kind of collar once your dog recognizes the correction you switch over to the secondary correction Tap Mode- when you press the tap button it vibrates on the dogs collar like a pager. How To Use Einstein E-Collar It is used for both behavior modifications and teaching your dog to obey, the e-collar makes an excellent tool to effectively connect with your pet. In a short time, you and your dog will reach the expected result without using the undesirable leash training, while controlling your dog far off with assurance. Einstein E-Collar dog training collars feature exclusive stimulation circuitry which mimics the correction from a mother. It has been proven to enhance training effectiveness and reduce stress on your dog while training. The company manufactures low level stimulation training collar to attain superior training results without unnecessary stress on your dog. The exclusive stimulation utilized is dull yet efficient that provides less stress on your dog while still providing sufficient incentive for the dog to comply with your training command. Einstein E- Collars provide the highest and cleanest stimulation available to control the most persistent and resistive dogs. PetStreetMall.com offers the most reliable and durable pet products in the industry, when you push the button of the e-Collar, the training collar respond instantly-only trust the best. When you are setting the corrective stimulation level is a little more difficult due to the wide differences in temperaments and stimulation tolerance among the many dog breeds. On average, it is normally 20 to 40 levels higher than the conditioning level. This higher level will only be used in transient mode as not to over-stimulate your dog. This mode is used for preventing undesirable behaviors such as chewing, digging, street-running, too much barking, and aggressiveness. It is important to apply the momentary stimulus at the exact time of the unwanted behavior. Supplementary pulses may be used to support the command if compliance is not instant. Einstein E-Collars products should be used to strengthen the commands your dog already knows. It is not a substitute for basic leash obedience training, but a tool to allow you to better communicate to your dog. For best results, use the least amount of stimulation required to get compliance from your dog. A composed and consistent approach to training will always produce better long term results. It is highly recommended that hostile dogs be taken to a professional trainer for evaluation before you use Einstein E-collar. There are many different e-collar training techniques recommended by a variety of professional trainers. You will be the one to properly determine the most successful technique for your dog. You may also check us out at Facebook and Twitter for more updates and information about pet training products varying techniques. Enjoy LOWEST PRICES on every pet products and pet accessories plus, FREE SHIPPING over $50 only at PetStreetMall.com.
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