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Q & A: How do you train your dog to NOT jump the fences?

Question from Ryan : How do you train your dog to jump the fences NOT My wife and I have one year 6-7 years Braque German shorthair. This is a great dog bird (pheasant) and has a very endearing personality too. I never heard him bark, growl or something like that. It does, however, sometimes jumping our fence. A few times when we were at work, he pushed the lock up inside his house and was removed from our yard when I got home. We live in a relatively busy street, then this is a problem. I’ve heard that there are sensors, you can bury that link to a sensor on his collar, giving it a shock if he gets too close, what “training” to stay in a certian area . What these works, or do you have any other suggestions? We had him a little over a year. I scold him every time he does, yet it does not seem to flow poma wife and I went for ~ 9 hours per day and we do not want to give her free roam of the house, if it is not really an option. We also have cats who do not like it. The fence will be replaced this summer, but it ~ 5 to 5.5 m in time.The remote shock collar is a very good idea. We use it on him while hunting, in case he fails to listen to (it always happens once or twice). We used one for basic training when we first bought it (chase cats, staying in bed, etc.) and we had to turn on the highest setting for him to meet. Even then, he would yelp and be back in its minutes later, usually old behaviors. He is very stubborn and seems set in his ways. The previous owner had chained him exclusively outside with several other dogs. Never inside. Best answer: Answer

by Cindy P
remote / electric collar / fence training ususally will work. However I have a much easier solution for vous.Ne leave it in the yard when you’re away from home. It is much safer in the maison.Note Additional: If you can not let loose in the house now, then crate him. Give him a Kong or a frozen cow bones bleached inside peanut butter and crate him during the day. I have 5 dogs, 3 are free in the house, two are crated. They are fine in their boxes and I make sure they have something to do while there dedans.Comme I have already said, the dog is much safer in your home, in the court while you’re at work. Someone should take it, it obviously can not leave the court and he could not be touched, hurt or lost.

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  • Sounds like you need a higher fence.

  • Ok, this may seem cruel, but I swear it worked for us. We obtained 2 to 6 months old Bluetick Coonhound puppies. One of them turned out to be Houdini, even though we live on 5 acres, you know the grass is always greener … Murl has decided he can climb, jump and climb a fence around. This became very frustrating as we tie it, and he slipped his collar, we put a harness on him and he learned how to back out of it. It was so bad my significant other was talking about getting rid of Murl.Notre last option was to try a shock collar controlled remotely. It took a shock to each of his favorite items and get the problem was cured. The shock collar we bought had different settings and it beeps before the shock. Now, all it takes is a beep and like you would not use the word and he obeyed promptly, he no longer has the desire to escape from his court, and I can walk anywhere without laisse.Hope this helps.

  • Electronic collars work for some dogs, but certainly not all. There are also side effects to these necklaces – some dogs will not return to court for fear of being shocked, others associate the shock with anything other than getting close to the border, such as children, cars, dogs, etc. They become aggressive to these choses.Il seems that what happens when nobody is home. In this case, the punishment does not work. Dogs do not understand the consequences later. Stop punir.La the simplest solution is to keep it inside or put a lock on the kennel latch. More fence is also a viable, though expensive, option. For training, you can try to teach him to avoid the area within three feet of the perimeter by walking with him in the yard and say “leave” when he gets near the area. Praise and reward him when he stays clear of the barrier. It must be the value of his time to stay in the yard, even when you’re not there to tell him to do, the rewards must be very precious to him. For safety, I think the lock is still your best bet.

  • Search by Innotek electric fences. They make excellent products and can equip you with exactly what you need. Be prepared to spend about 2-300 dollars. It is much easier than putting in a higher fence. After he shocks 3 or 4 times, he’ll get the point. My boss has a Vizsla, and this dog is crazy, but when he sees the remote control or gets within an inch of the fence, he can relax. They are not mean or cruel, they are effective and you will not have to worry about your dog out. Takes on a Saturday afternoon to install, you can do yourself. Take my word for it.

  • We had a gordon setter that always jumped out of. Fenced in backyard, so to put us up outside the fence with a five-gallon bucket of water and another went around the block to encourage the composer to jump Just as it would have been more hit with water. He never jumped again. You also need to know that he hated water.

  • Yeah .. My dog ​​can jump the fence, but it … the only way I teach him to do was not making so much better and more rewarding for him to stay he will not leave. The first time he jumped the fence was in the yard after our return from a walk, apparently I did not open the door fast enough. The second time he jumped the fence was because he saw the children in snowsuits in my neighbors yard behind my garden .. He was scared so he jumped the fence and came to the door … lol He is not neutered and not once has he jumped the fence to move much better he likes it here with all the treats and toys and food and love and affection that not want to jump the fence. Your dog is done because you went and it does not receive the incentive to stay, I’m sure my dog ​​jump the fence, so I left there when I left work to find me . I leave the house when I’m fine so it can not. If I were you, I do not leave your dog in the house, if you can not trust him to not be destructive, then get a box. Your dog is old enough to hold it while you’re at work, just make sure he gets to do before you leave and you feed him while you are allé.PS it or fix the latch on his niche that it is impossible for him to get open.

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