How It’s Done
Pet containment systems are not magic, they are based on radio technology.
The trick is in the installation’s design and most importantly… the training!
Following our designer’s instructions, our staff create boundaries and restricted areas using transmitters that emit radio signals detectable by a special collar worn by your dog.
The dog’s collar is essentially a radio receiver. When the collar approaches a boundary a warning signal is emitted from the collar, which tells the dog to stay back. Should the animal continue to approach the boundary the collar releases an aversive pulse that the dog has learned – through our training – to avoid.
Training happens in three stages.
First, we coach you in an initial onsite lesson to playfully teach the dog its new boundaries and restricted areas. You continue these lessons with your dog or dogs for 1 week.
Next, we return to coach you on teaching the dog the consequences of not taking the boundaries seriously. Again, you continue these lessons at home for another week.
Last, we return to verify your training results and assure that the dog or dogs are reliable, confident and playful within the parameters of the solution.