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Bark Control Collar FAQs
A list of common questions on bark control collars.
Bark Control FAQs
Frequently asked questions are answered about bark control collars, what types of collars are available, how to use them, and ways to manage a barking problem with your dog.
Hidden Fence FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions about Underground Containment Systems
Puppy Housetraining FAQs
Frequently asked questions about housetraining your puppy and preventing accidents are answered.
Remote Training Collar FAQs
Frequently asked questions are answered about how to use remote training collars, the corrective stimulation levels, and other operating features that benefit long distance training.
Room & Surface Barrier FAQs
Rooms and surfaces can have gates or barriers to let your pets know these areas are "off limits." Frequent questions are answered to help you decide which is best for your situation.
Training Collar FAQs
Frequently asked questions are answered about how training collars work on dogs that need positive reinforcement in obedience training to modify their bad behavior.

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Bark Collar Selection Guide
Bark Control Products Comparison Chart
Training Aid Comparison Chart
Underground Fences Comparison Chart

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A Pet Fence System: Is one right for you?
Hidden, electronic, and underground dog fences offer you many benefits. Underground dog fences are also extremely affordable when compared to the costs of constructing a physical fence.
Bad Behavior: A Health Problem?
Training may have nothing to do with behavioral changes in your dog. They may be an indication of the onset of a health problem, old age, or an undetected injury that only your veterinarian can find.
Bark Control - Common Training Mistakes
Training a dog to stop barking takes a lot of patience. But, if you're training your dog the wrong way, all the patience in the world won't help. Here are some common mistakes.
Basic Commands: Teaching Your Puppy
Learn the right ways to teach your dog basic commands like Come, Stay, Sit, Heel, and Down. Obedience training reinforces good behavior, improves your relationship, and helps keep your pup safe.
Celebrating Service Dogs
Service Dogs go through a variety of rigorous training methods, depending on the function they will be performing. The ADA defines service dogs as "any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to do work or perform tasks
Dog Training: Teach Your Dog to Behave
Top 5 tips for a better behaved and healthier dog.
Electronic Remote Training, How to Use
An electronic remote training collar is an amazingly simple device that gives dog owners a safe and reliable way to control their dogs off leash.
Excessive Barking: What can you do?
Barking at the wrong time or in the wrong place can stir up ill feelings from neighbors, or ruin a good hunting/training session. A bark control collar helps retrain your dog in a humane way to break this inappropriate habit.
Field Dogs: How to Increase Their Energy
How to give your Field Dog More Energy
Field Training with Remote Collars
Remote training collars extend your range of control in the field beyond the check cord. As most trainers know, dogs need immediate positive or negative reinforcement in order to learn.
Four Ways to Stop Unwanted Behavior
Indoors or out, you can keep your dog training going with the help of advanced technology and today’s training tools.
Get a Leg Up on Training Your Pup
Determining your dog's best motivator and establishing a consistent cue is key when beginning to train your dog.
Handling: Collars, Leads & Training Aids
Field training aids include collars with up-to-date identification, leads, and check cords. Brightly colored collars help you locate and distinguish between more than one hunting dog while in the field.
Housetraining Checklist
A housetraining checklist should include items needed for training your pup to go potty indoors or outdoors in designated areas and training motivators like treats for rewards.
Housetraining Indoor City Dogs
Dogs living in the city without the convenience of outdoor yards can be housetrained to 'do their business' indoors in a designated area with products like Piddle Pads® or a 'potty box' and odor eliminators.
How Guide Dogs Are Trained
Learn the process of how a guide dog is trained for people with particular disabilities and how one of our employees has been a long-time trainer of assistance dogs.
How to Curb Excessive Barking
Don't let excessive or chronic barking disturb the peace in your home. Here are four ways to help control undesirable or excessive barking.
How to Discourage Begging
Most of us have slipped a tasty table scrap to our pet. While the occasional morsel of left-over lean meat, unbuttered vegetables, or plain rice won't harm your dog, even one tiny table feeding teaches your dog to beg for food.
Metropolitan Manners for City Pets
A good neighbor in the city is one with a beautiful dog that is well mannered and always on his/her best behavior around people. Of course, if you make sure to clean up after your pup, it will not go unnoticed.
Outdoor Containment: Fence Systems 101
Hidden fences have prevented injury and saved the lives of literally thousands of dogs. A wire is buried around the perimeter of the owner's yard. The dog wears a collar that delivers an audible warning tone when he comes close to the wire.
Piddle Pads - proven moisture absorbency & retention
In a recent study, Piddle Pads outperformed 16 national-brand waste pads, both in absorbency and moisture retention.
Remote Training 101
Remote collars are one of the most effective training tools for professional trainers and individual pet owners alike. They offer many benefits when you can't always be near your pet to correct bad behavior at a distance.
Remote Training Systems: How they work
Remote training systems offer many benefits and allow you to control your dog from a distance with minimal correction for safety in the field, as well your own back yard.
Socializing your Puppy
Socialization is a critical component of a healthy, well adjusted adult dog. This is especially important in breeds that are known for their protective or aggressive nature.
Train Your Dog: The Benefits of Treats
One of the best ways to train your dog and reinforce positive behavior is to consistently reward good dog behavior with treats.
Training Tips: Jumping, Chewing & Garbage Diving
Behavior problems are a common and often correctable issue that many dog owners face. Here are a few common problems and solutions to help alleviate your frustration.
Training, Teaching 'Come' Command
'Come' is the most important command you'll ever teach your dog. It could save your dog's life. You and everyone around you will appreciate a dog that is obedient and under control.
You CAN teach an old dog new tricks
Determine the best strategy for training an adult or senior dog while keeping her mentally stimulated.

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Separation Anxiety Checklist
Separation Anxiety Checklist

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Train Your Dog to Walk With a Lead

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Dog Training
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Housetraining Methods
Dog Training
You CAN teach an old dog new tricks
Get a Leg Up on Training Your Pup

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