Knowledge Base Sections

Set Up & Training

 
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May 08, 2009
Finding the correct stimulation level for your dog

In general, a light tap is all that is required to focus your dog's attention on what you want it to do, but if your dog is distracted or preoccupied by other things happening around it, a harder tap might be required.


Modified:
May 12, 2009
Fitting the Receiver Collar to Your Dog

Have your pet standing comfortably in front of you...


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May 08, 2009
General Training Tips when Using a Remote Trainer

You can use your Remote Trainer to teach your dog basic obedience commands or to stop unwanted behaviors.


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May 12, 2009
Pairing the Remote Transmitter and Receiver Collar

If the receiver collar does not beep when the tone-only button on the remote transmitter is pressed or if you feel the receiver collar is not responding to the remote transmitter:


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May 12, 2009
Replacing the Receiver Collar Batteries

To replace the receiver collar batteries:


Modified:
May 05, 2009
Replacing the Remote Transmitter Battery

The remote uses a common 9 volt battery


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May 05, 2009
Setting up the Guardian Remote Trainer Follow the steps below to set up the trainer.

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May 12, 2009
Setting Up the Receiver Collar

1. Begin by inserting the batteries...


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May 12, 2009
Setting Up the Remote Transmitter

1. First, insert the battery...


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May 11, 2009
Sizing the Receiver Collar Without Damaging the Antenna

The proper fit and placement of your receiver collar is important to achieve the best training results.

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