Beagles - Beagle Puppies - Beagle Information
Home | Beagle Secrets | Dog Training | Dog Supplies | Blog | Picture Gallery | Tell A Friend |

"Get This

FREE eBook!"

Free Dog Training Book

To Get A FREE Copy

Click Here

MAIN MENU
About The Beagle
Beagles For Sale
Home Dog Grooming
Beagle Breeders
Beagle Puppies
Beagle Care
Beagle Training
Beagle Rescue
Beagle Types
Beagle Pictures
FREE Stuff
Beagle BOOKS
Most Popular Books
Beagle Manual
Dog Obedience Training
Dog Food Scandal
Dog Food Recipes
Health Care Remedies
Dog Supplies
Dog Beds
Dog Bowls
Collars & Leashes
Dog Clothes
Dog Crates
Dog Toys
Dog Carriers
Flea Control
RELATED ARTICLES

Magnetic Cat Door

Automatic pet door

Electronic Dog Door

Fancy Dog Beds

Make Dog Beds

Leather Dog Beds

dog fencing

Dog Training Supplies

Dog Training School

Bark Control Collars

Dog Kennel Flooring

Veterinary Supplies

Leather Dog Collar

Pink Dog Collar

Solid Gold Dog Food

fs 15

training collars

sport dog field pro

LATEST NEWS
  • What You May Have Been Wondering About Rescue Dog Training

  • Try Your Own Oceanside Dog Training

  • Late Night: Send A Dog To Congress | Firedoglake

  •    Home » Articles » BarkCollars » How Innotek Dog Training Collars Work

    How Innotek Dog Training Collars Work

     

    There are few companies like Innotek that have been in the dog training tools market with such presence. Perhaps their training collar is the one that has made the brand as popular as it is now. An Innotek Dog Training Collar is designed with the training of your dog in mind. It makes dog training simple and easy. This dog collar is a shock collar because it will stimulate the dog and deliver some degree of shock so that it can respond. The shock is harmless and it will eventually not be needed as your dog recognizes and obeys your commands.

    The Innotek dog training collar is very easy to purchase, both in stores and online. In order to use the training collar effectively, you need to learn how to use it properly. First, you need to know that it can only work when the dog understands the command he or she is given. For example, if you want the dog to sit or stand you will need to say it and make sure that the dog knows the expectation. If your dog hasn't learned a certain command, then it's not a good idea to use the Innotek training collar on it yet.

    How To Use The Training Collar

    Receivers have been built into the system of the Innotek Dog Training Collar. The training collar also has prongs installed into it as well. These prongs are on the inside side of the collar, so that they are next to the dog's neck. It will all depend on how you choose to fit the Innotek dog training collar. The collar comes with a transmitter, which you will use to stimulate your dog. Whenever your dog disobeys a command, you will use the transmitter to activate the collar. Let's say that you order your dog to stop when he's about to leave your property but the command is not obeyed. The purpose of the stimulus is to make your pet associate it with the lack of obedience. The collar works up to 300 yards away from the transmitter.

    Summary

    An Innotek dog training collar is definitely a good way to make sure that your dog learns and obeys all commands. I hope this reading helps you understand the principle that's behind the collar. It is also a way to show you how it was designed and built.


    You can get an Innotek Dog Training Collar very easily from many sources. You can find them at pet stores, specialized stores, and on the Internet. The quality of the Innotek Dog Training Collar is the same, regardless of where you purchase it.

    News Flash  Mar, 23 2010

    How To Interpret Your Dogs Behavior

    Have you ever wondered what your dog is trying to tell you? Well, here is what to... Read More

     

    Beagle Picture

    Beagle Picture

    Beagle Picture

    Beagle Picture

    Beagle Picture

    Beagle Picture

    Privacy Statement | Terms OF Use | Contact Us | Beagle Blog | Beagle Pictures | Tell A Friend |

    Subscribe to the Beagle GuideCopyright © 2009 www.BeagleDogGuide.com All Rights Reserved.