BigLeash Remote Trainer
The BigLeash Remote Trainer is a safe and effective training tool to help you train your dog. Remote training collars are used to teach and reinforce training commands such as ‘come’, ‘sit’, ‘stay’, and ‘heel; and they can also be used to help correct unwanted behaviours.
How Remote Trainers Work
Remote dog training collars can serve many purposes. They essentially are an form of “language”. You can train a dog using a remote as a signalling device whereas the dog is given a “low level stimulation” coupled with a reward based delivery, to create a form of “seek and find” behaviour based on a “recall”; or it can be used to distract or extinguish a behaviour via the timely and appropriate application of “artificial aversive” if the dog decides that the value of your wishes are outweighed by perceived greater value by something else.
Why Remote Trainers Work
Remote trainers have several major advantages over other training techniques:
1. Precise Timing.
One of the benefits of using a remote trainer is that the training signal can be more precisely applied in association with the behaviour. Training works best if you can shape the behaviour while it is occurring. Keeping the training message clear helps your dog learn more quickly.
Consistency is key to any learning. Make your training message precise and keep it consistent, and your dog will understand what you expect. He’ll be happier – – and so will you.
3. Remote Application.
There are times when remote signal is important – – like when your dog is at a distance and cannot hear a verbal command. A remote signal is not possible with other training approaches.
4. Anonymous Application.
Sometimes training is more effective when your dog associates the training signal with the behaviour rather than with you. If your dog thinks his action caused the signal, he is more likely to avoid the behaviour – even when you aren’t there to correct him. An anonymous signal is difficult with other training approaches.