- Safe and effective
- Resolve problems faster without pain or fear
- Scientifically proven spray technology
- Can be used for training with the positive sound reinforcement
- Detailed instructions and video
- Acts on your dog's behavior for 300 feet of distance
Spray Commander a remote control activated spray collar, for the purpose of training and eliminating problematic behavior in your dog. Using a spray, not a punishment this device will make your dog a happy and well behaved pet. Spray Commander is a modern training tool, proven efficient and painless by dog specialists. It acts upon four of the animal's senses, thanks to its unique formula.
Using a remote control, a citronella spray is ejected from a device worn around the dog's neck. Simply press the button on the remote control and an inoffensive citronella spray is ejected. The spray can be triggered at a precise moment in time, so that the delay between the unacceptable behavior and the redirection stimulus is instantaneous. With spray Commander training time is greatly reduce . After receiving a few sprays in a specific situation, the dog will attempt to avoid bad behavior in order to spare himself another spray. The calibrated spray, causes neither pain or nasty after-effects. In fact, we have noticed that the spray has an appeasing effect on dogs. Furthermore the use of the spray is more effective to eliminate bad behavior, than techniques which involves fear or pain.
Dogs live in the now. Because of his notion of time, he has difficulty associating a behavior to something, which has happened a few seconds before. No matter how far away your dog is, whether he believes you are there or not, the spray has an immediate effect, that is, a direct link is created between the spray and the bad behavior, simply because the spray is used at the precise moment bad behavior is displayed. It is no longer necessary to use a loud, angry voice with the dog, or to strike him with a leash. A fearful dog is not one that is receptive to training. The dog readily associates the disruptive effect of the spray to his behavior, and not the master.
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