Now that all of the previous steps have been completed, it is time to remove the training flags. You wouldn’t want them to keep sticking out.
Begin with 20 minute supervised off-leash sessions, and then a few hours spent inside of the house. Three to five sessions a day is ideal.
This is how you can carry out distraction training to make sure your dog will ignore other dogs who are on the other side of the border.
Preparing for Training: everything that applied to the prior training phases applies to the distraction as well.
If the static correction is being delivered, there is a chance that the correction level isn’t set high enough.
It’s time to introduce static correction, in order to make the dog aware that there is a consequence involved if they cross the boundary.
During the first step of the dog training process, you will be introducing your dog to the containment boundaries, and teaching him.