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Old 06-08-2013, 08:19 PM   #15
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Might have to look into that Pet Safe training collar. I am still working on training the newest hound to live within the bounds of the invisible fence we have installed. We have nearly 4,000' of it, somewhere around 17 acres are covered.

The new dog is half Jack Russell Terrorist and half Walker Treeing Hound. a bit stubborn and hard headed, but a real sweet heart when he is behaving.

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Wow! That dog could be in the movies! Nothing like having a giant Jack Russell terrier. !
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Old 06-09-2013, 06:49 AM   #17
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Wow! That dog could be in the movies! Nothing like having a giant Jack Russell terrier. !
Funny thing is most of the good old boys around here notice the Walker in him first then ask what the other half is

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Our Golden retreiver is not a problem she is a an angel that some how knows what we want.The Jack Russel we ended up with is on the other end of the spectrum so far........but she is improving.I doubt even shock treatment would stop her from running if that is what she had in mind
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Instead of invisible fence, I encourage you to train your dog to the "come" command. You can use the wireless remote that comes with most invisible fence kits to do this. Let the dog out, when he/she goes beyond your boundary, yell "come". If there's no response, use the warning beep on the remote. That's usually all it takes. The beep is uncomfortable enough. If the beep doesn't work, yell "come" again, if no response, then issue a shock.

I trained my poodle this way, and it literally only took one shock for him to respond to come his entire life.

I learned this from a dog trainer with 25 years experience. If you don't have the wireless remote, you can shake a coffee can full of pennies, it has a similar effect.

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