The articles in this section are of general dog training interest and information. For articles that teach you how to use the Ecollar, go to the "How To"tab in the drop-down menu.
The article on Establishing Leadership shows you how to teach your dog that you are the leader in your relationship. It does so in a way that is completely natural and without confrontation.
The Warning is for anyone who is contemplating hiring someone to help you learn to use the Ecollar. If what they are saying sounds "too good to be true" it probably is. The warning is intended mainly for those people who work searching dogs but applies to pet owners as well.
The article on Game Chasing, which is also called "Crittering," will help you stop your dog from chasing squirrels, deer, cats and other animals as well. It also works to stop many instances of dog-to-dog aggression.
The article on Treating Dog Aggression discusses how one well-known person advocates the WRONG way to do it. Doing it his way can create a time bomb, a dog who is still aggressive but who no longer shows it with the typical behaviors of growling, lunging, barking, pulling on the leash, etc. What can happen is that you shut off the signs of aggression, the lunging, the growling, the showing teeth, the hair standing up, etc., that warn the owner that the dog is becoming aggressive. But the dog is still thinking "murder."
The article on Bark Collars discusses what bark collars are, how they are used, and their features.
The article on Escape Training gives the true definition for this term. It also discusses Avoidance Training and Guidance Training, an advanced technique.
The article named Stop Your Puppy From Biting You will do just as its name says. Many people have problems stopping this.
The same is the case for the article named Stop Your Dog From Jumping Up.
The article on Trust and Respect is mainly for law enforcement and military K-9 handlers. It will help them get these attributes from their dogs.