New And Improved Equipment To Train Pets Without Hurting Them

New And Improved Equipment To Train Pets Without Hurting Them










Billings, Montana (PRWEB) October 25, 2012

PeakSportDogTraining.com is now offering high quality name brand products, designed to provide consumers with a more complete and safe dog training experience. They have created a unique system which combines a passion for the animal with the proper equipment needed in training procedures. At PeakSportDogTraining.com, they embrace the idea that a pet is a part of the family and provide products which reflect that.

Not only do they provide top of the line equipment, but PeakSportDogTraining.com has made themselves far superior to their competitors by providing videos to their clients, teaching them how to utilize the products which are sold on their website. Their unique system makes training even the most stubborn of new puppies simple and rewarding. “Don’t let [a lack of information] be an excuse to not properly train your new family member.” The combined power of the videos that they provide, with the high quality and safe products available on their website, gives them a unique advantage which their clients love!

For many years past, dog owners have believed that striking the animal will teach them that what they have done is bad, and discourage them from repeating the action. The experts at PeakSportDogTraining.com say, “Spanking your dog is highly frowned upon because it can make your dog afraid of you or make it turn violent. It is best to use hands free discipline.” They provide many pieces of equipment for remote dog training, which allows the owner to let the animal know when they have misbehaved, without the use of violence. The most advanced remote dog training system that they offer can be used from over a mile away from the pet. This allows pet owners to discipline a dog, without the use of violence, without even being close to the animal.

One of the most vast collections that can be found at PeakSportDogTraining.com is their dog containment system collection. It ranges from underground fences to crates, with everything in between. Many collars and underground fences used in the past could be damaging to the animal – with metal probes used to shock the skin when the animal stepped too far off the perimeter. The Comfort Contact system provided by PeakSportDogTraining.com uses rubber rather than metal, to cushion the dog’s neck, providing a comfortable fit. “Veterinarians prefer the softness of the Comfort Contacts to help reduce the incidence of skin irritations.” For their clients whose dog containment issues lie within the home, they provide large, beautiful pet pens. These pens are offered in several different materials and meant to provide enough space that the dog can feel happy without being destructive to the home. The variety of materials and colors works nicely for those clients who finds home decor important.

Because every dog that is intended to be kept indoors will need to be house broken, there is an abundance of media available on the market regarding house breaking a dog. PeakSportDogTraining.com provides state of the art equipment designed to train dogs to behave, even when their owners are way. Puppy pads have been utilized for years by owners who are often forced to leave their dogs home alone. The dog learns to use the pad, rather than the floor. In every home, there are rooms and pieces of furniture which the animal is preferred to stay away from. They also offer a spray deterent which detects movement as far as three feet away, and releases a quick, safe spray which does nothing more than startle the pet. They quickly learn to stay away from these places. This device works for cats as well as dogs!

The number one form of dog barking control over the past several years is the shock collar – or e-collar – which sends an electric shock through neck of the dog each time it barks. Over the course of over thirty years, this technology has developed to suit a variety of pet owners and their desires to keep their pets from harm. PeakSportDogTraining.com provides the very latest in dog barking control technology. The newest collars provided on their website are pleasing to pet owners everywhere because they never harm the animal in any way. Each time the dog barks, the collar releases a citronella scent, which is extremely unpleasant to animals. They quickly begin to relate this odor to barking and learn to stay quiet to avoid the odor. The same idea is applied to the ultrasonic dog barking control device, which releases an unpleasant noise that can only be heard by animals.

Many of the returning clients to PeakSportDogTraining.com use their pets for hunting. They offer all the equipment needed when teaching a dog how and what to hunt. Their unique remote dog training collars even come in camouflage, so the animal will fit right in with the group he is hunting with. For their clients who are just starting out, they offer volumes of informational DVDs, providing all the sources needed in order to know how to effectively train a dog to be the ideal hunting partner. Hunting dogs can be kept hydrated by a unique dog canteen, which is specifically designed for dogs on the go. For added protection to the dog, many of these clients also love the K9 goggles sold here, which effectively protect the eyes of the dog.

In order to establish a balance between healthy discipline and comfort and love, PeakSportDogTraining.com also provides a huge collection of items which create a comfortable environment for the animals. From beds, car seats, and dog houses, to grooming supplies – everything a pet owner might need is available in one place. To suit the needs of every pet, PeakSportDogTraining.com offers beds with many features. “Manufactured with the quality and care you’ve come to expect; all of our beds are washable with material, stuffing, and stitching that lasts!” Some of the high quality pet beds found on their website are heated to provide a warm place for a cold-natured puppy to rest. They also offer beds which are naturally cooler, for those who prefer a cold surface after playing hard. A bed is like a refuge to an animal and should be a place where they can feel safe. The beds can be placed inside one of the doghouses sold on the website, or they can be used alone.

When traveling with an animal, getting pet hair across the entire vehicle is nearly unavoidable. That is why they offer seat covers which are comfortable to the pet and keep the seats of the car clear of fur and drool. These seat covers come in many colors and patterns. Keeping an animal bathed and groomed is another way that PeakSportDogTraining.com suggests be used to reduce shedding. They provide name brand grooming supplies including clippers for hair and nails, brushes, dog baths, and even shampoo – to make the grooming process simple and stress free. An animal’s health would not be complete without a proper vitamin regimen. Of course medication and vitamins for all dogs are also available at PeakSportDogTraining.com!

When pet owners purchase items like those available on PeakSportDogTraining.com, battery life and availability can be a fairly large concern. Nobody wants to purchase system after system because the battery wears out too quickly. They are aware of their clients concerns and answer them by providing all that is necessary for the maintaining of the equipment sold on their website, including batteries and antennas. They explain, “ Most of our competitors only sell the systems so they can profit more. We choose to be on the consumers side to save them money.” They go on to say “Don’t just buy a new system. Save your money and buy your SportDog accessories from us to keep your old one running like new.”

Aside from their unique and safe pet training products, their website is filled with invaluable tips. Every page provides advice which could be useful to the experienced pet owner, and equally useful to those who are new to the thought of training an animal. “Every dog trainer will agree: to train a dog to do anything starts when they are a puppy with obedience.” The combination of their pet-friendly products, training videos, and helpful tips has made them a force to be reckoned with in the world of pet products.

To learn more about the sport dog training system, and find products which are safe for your pets, visit PeakSportDogTraining.com. They can also be contacted with questions by emails sent to nick@peaksportdogtraining.com.






















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Question by Uncle Rico: Why are there so many people on here who think it is up to them to decide if others should have dogs?
i have seen so many people who answer people’s questions with “ugh, why do people even have dogs?” for instance, the one i just read was in response to someone whose dog has an odor problem. some of these same people gripe at people for wanting to buy a dog instead of adopt, (both are good ideas i think) and they act like they know ALL about how to care for your dog, when the only advice they give is Take it to the vet. well, you should take your dogs to the vet for serious problems, but sometimes people need advice and they can’t get to a vet for whatever reason! anyway, it’s not like i stay up at night because someone on the net was rude, i just wish we could block all these “know-it-alls” who want to criticize everyone else!

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Answer by hotblooded_killer_vampire
wow O.O

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Question by bugjjo: How do I get my dog to stop sniffing peoples crotches when he meets them?
Mostly he sniff’s the ladies and it is embarising and I can tell they are a litte embarassed too. I try pulling away but not be be too ovious when he is on the leesh.

Best answer:

Answer by lulu
lol..that is hilarious..i always thought that dogs smelled people’s privates when they had not showered or something because the scent is stronger! so i would say….these people need to shower…

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Why do people hate small dogs? And call them stupid?

Question by mwoof111: Why do people hate small dogs? And call them stupid?
I have 2 dogs a small havanese and a golden retriever. They are both very smart dogs and are very well mannered why? Because I trained them. I taught them all their manners and I am not even a teenager yet. They are also not hard to train either. It is true that some small dog breeds mostly terriers are stubborn with commands but most arent usually stubborn when it comes to manners. So why do people think dogs that are small dont deserve to be dogs? Why do they think they are stupid I mean I know people spoil them but stupid I have no idea how anyone would come up with that. I mean my havanese is anything but stupid he can open his crate,open doors,open cabinets,get on top of things with out jumping,makes up his only “agility course” out of furniture,and is a genius at pit-pocketing(He oddly likes stealing paper to shred)
Sorry for posting 3 it was an accident.

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Answer by wreeve99
I think the size of the dog is totally personal preference. the only dog that has ever bitten me was a badly trained little dog. i therefore personally prefer bigger dogs.
please don’t fret about what others think. they are either ignorant or just don’t “like” little dogs.
All dogs are individuals and are only as intelligent as they are allowed to be. some of the most intelligent dogs are little ones that have been well trained.

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The Best Method To Train Your Dog Fast Without Touching Them

The Best Method To Train Your Dog Fast Without Touching Them










(PRWEB) December 24, 2005

Reward training is often seen as the most modern method of training a dog, but reward training is probably much older than other methods of dog training. It is possible that reward training for dogs has been around as long as there have been dogs to train. Early humans probably used some informal kind of reward training when taming the wolf pups that eventually evolved into modern dogs.

Many principles of modern reward training date back many decades. However, what is called reward training today has only enjoyed is remarkable popularity for the past 10 or 15 years.

Many reward training enthusiasts are less enthusiastic about other methods of dog training, such as the traditional leash and collar method. However, the best approach to training any individual dog is often a combination of leash/collar training and reward training.

In addition, a training method that works perfectly for one dog may be totally inappropriate for another, and vice versa. Some dogs respond wonderfully to reward training and not at all to leash and collar training, while others respond to leash/collar training and are not at all motivated by reward training. Most dogs fall somewhere in the middle of these two extremes.

Clicker training is one of the most popular forms of reward training these days. While clicker training is not the answer for every dog, it can be a remarkably effective method of training many dogs. In clicker training, the dog is taught to associate a clicking sound with a reward, like a treat. The trainer clicks the clicker when the dog does something good, followed immediately by a treat. Eventually, the dog learns to respond to the clicker alone.

Most reward training uses some sort of food reward, or a reward that is associated with getting food. In most cases, complex behaviors can only be taught using this kind of positive reinforcement, and you will find that the people who train dogs for movies and television use reward training almost exclusively.

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Pets With Grain Allergies Do Tail Spins: No Grainers 100% Grain-Free Dog Treats Offer A Unique & Healthy Alternative To Grain While Giving Them What They Really Want… Protein

Pets With Grain Allergies Do Tail Spins: No Grainers 100% Grain-Free Dog Treats Offer A Unique & Healthy Alternative To Grain While Giving Them What They Really Want… Protein












Springville, UT (Vocus) June 3, 2009

Allergies are the number one reason veterinarians treat dogs nationwide, according to the Veterinary Pet Insurance Company (as posted by the American Veterinary Medical Association), costing Americans approximately $ 16 million in vet bills each year. Many pet owners do not know most dog treats contain inexpensive corn and wheat fillers. In fact, grain-based treats can cause increased allergic reactions in dogs that have sensitivities to corn and wheat. With dog health and happiness in mind, HBH Pet Products carefully formulated No Grainers® Dog Biscuits and Treats as a unique 100% grain-free alternative specifically for pet owners who want to give their dogs a natural reward.

“As more and more pet owners become aware of the type of grains used to make their own food, they are taking a second look at their dog’s food. Ask any dog owner and they will likely tell you their dogs prefer protein-based treats,” explains Colette Dahl, manager of new product development at HBH Pet Products. “Some dogs have trouble processing foods that are grain based, which can wreak havoc on their systems. Because No Grainers understands the importance of having protein as a staple in a dog’s diet, we developed these delicious beef, chicken and pork treats.”

No Grainers Biscuits and Treats have the highest protein content in their category. In fact, to get the same amount of protein found in one bag of No Grainers Biscuits, a dog would need to eat approximately 2 1/2 boxes of the competing biscuit.

No Grainers chicken-bacon flavored biscuits come in small, medium and large sizes to suit any size dog. No Grainers are also offered as a semi-soft treat in three gourmet flavors: Hickory Smoked Pork, BBQ Chicken and Tender Beef. The treats are available at Wal-Mart for $ 1.50 per 7 oz. package and the biscuits are $ 3.50 for a 20 oz. bag. Based on cost and health factors, it is easy to see why, “Choosing No Grainers® is a definite no brainer!”

About HBH Pet Products

HBH Pet Products began in 1988 with just four aquarium foods and has quickly grown over the last decade into one of the industry’s leading manufacturers. HBH Pet Products now offers products for just about every type of aquatic animal, including a large selection of species-specific diets. The company’s Betta Bites® fish food has been the best-selling Betta formula on the market for over a decade. In addition, HBH Pet Products offers the only pellet foods specifically designed for the delicate digestive systems of newts, salamanders, and fully aquatic frogs and tadpoles. In 2004 the firm introduced a new line of dog safe chocolate flavored treats called Chocolicks which led to entry into new markets for dogs and cats and to the current release of grain free, No Grainers® line.

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