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PetSafe Treat and Train Remote Reward Dog Trainer
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||40.6 x 26.7 x 26 centimeters|
|Item Weight||6.14 Pounds|
About this item
- Trains through positive reinforcement
- Links a food rewarded to desired good behavior
- Extendable target wand can be sued with our without the base
- Hand-held remote operates up to 100-Feet away
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- Batteries : 4 D batteries required.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 40.64 x 26.67 x 26.04 cm; 2.79 Kilograms
- Date First Available : March 20 2012
- Manufacturer : Toys & Behavior
- Manufacturer contact : KNOXVILLE, TN, 37832 US
- ASIN : B0010B8CHG
- Item model number : MM-RR-SYS
- Customer Reviews:
Premier Treat & Train Remote Reward Dog Trainer
Reward your dog for behaviors you desire
Dogs repeat behaviors that are rewarded. Premier Treat & Train Remote Reward Dog Trainer is a remote-controlled reward system that uses positive reinforcement for training dogs to behave at home and perform better in competition. By rewarding desired behaviors, the system can be an invaluable tool in helping redirect a dog’s focus away from barking at the door, jumping on guests, and begging at the table. The system can also be used to train behaviors ranging from down/stay to coming when called and specialty skills such as contacts, place and go-outs.
The Premier Treat & Train Remote Reward Dog Trainer system was created by Dr. Sophia Yin, Veterinarian, applied animal behaviorist and world renowned expert on barking and on positive reinforcement training protocols for dogs. Dr. Yin is also the author of one book "How to Behave So Your Dog Behaves," and a groundbreaking textbook and DVD featuring 1600 photos, "Low Stress Handling, Restraint and Behavior Modification of Dogs and Cats." She runs a behavior website and blog.
From the manufacturer
At PetSafe, they are passionate about creating behavioural, containment and lifestyle product solutions to give you more great moments with your pets.
PetSafe Treat 'n Train
Remote Reward Dog Trainer
Dogs repeat behaviors that are rewarded. The Treat and Train Remote Reward Dog Trainer is a remote-controlled reward system that uses positive reinforcement for training dogs to behave at home and perform better in competition.
By rewarding desired behaviors, the system can be an invaluable tool in helping redirect a dog’s focus away from barking at the door, jumping on guests and begging at the table.
Good training can be quickly undone by well-meaning family and friends. Initially, practise training where there are minimal distractions. Once the task has been learnt, gradually introduce distractions to test the learning. An important principle of dog training is gaining and keeping a dog’s attention. You cannot teach a dog anything until you have mastered attention training. Before anything else, train your dog to give you its undivided attention and eye contact.
Trainers must acknowledge that all training imposes restrictions on a dog’s freedom to some degree. Owners then have a moral obligation to give something back to balance this loss and maintain their dog’s quality of life. If you train a dog not to chase squirrels you need to throw a lot of balls for it to chase instead.
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The range for the remote is wonderful - works throughout out 2400 Sq ft house.
I have had no issues with kibble/treats jamming (I just use the larger disk provided), and I'm trolled with the distance training possibilities.
Top reviews from other countries
The big plus point though is the additional training options it gives you. I have a 4 yr old high energy border collie and the ability for me to be in one place and the treat to be dispensed in another is immense. For example, send aways training was impossible without an additional person. With the treat trainer it is easy - it took the dog a couple of minutes to learn the routine and a couple of days of 5 minutes training and I could send away to the trainer and not even give a treat. He just waits. I can keep him there as long as I want just by giving him another treat if it looks like his attention is wandering. Training for front door answering was easy - the unit is in the kitchen; the door bell rings, I press the remote, the treat trainer beeps, the dog now goes to the kitchen and gets his treat :)
Support material is very good but after a while I found with a bit of creativity I found I could create my own training exercises using the trainer.
When I get it out to use, the dogs are very excited, they like working with it.
It is a kind way to train and makes the dog think for him/herself. I wish I had got one a long time ago.