Case Study 4 - How Does Training Flags Help your Electric Dog Fence Training?
Not all of us have a physical barrier on our property that our dogs would see as a reference on where his/her territory should only be. The training flags basically are visual rhttps://www.thedogline.com.au/images/how-do/dog-fence/free-fence-training-banner.pngeferences or indicator for the dogs to see that that is not a place for him to go. You will see in a bit that training flags are a big help in training the dog in the Electronic Dog Fence.
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Places to Put Training Flags
You do not need to be excited and put the flags everywhere, Flags are effective when placed in an area where there are no physical barrier like:
On the Driveway
Open land or field
Garden Beds or Fish ponds
Even on potted plants, some people even say that:
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The Flag is a Warning
If you have an FM transmitter you won’t have to worry about signals jumping from one place to another and it keeps the dog from getting zapped even he is in a safe zone and if that happens he’ll be scared.
Flags could be kept after Training
You don’t need to leave the flags out long, You can leave them out 6 to 8 weeks and then the dog would definitely get the idea that that blade of grass is safe to play on and that blade of grass is not safe to go on and that they know that there is an Electronic Dog Fence there.
Dog Fence Training – Roxy
Amanda has a lot of guilt letting Roxy live in a cage but needless to say she is also concerned that if they leave Roxy out while they are not at home Roxy might jump over the fence and get lost. She now opts to get a Radio dog fence for Roxy’s safety and now Roxy is going to be trained. Click the button down below to watch her training.Electric Dog Fence | Training Flags - How Does it Help you? - Case Study 4