How to establish limits with Spray Barrier

It is very important to fix limits if one wants to avoid destruction of furniture, food thefts, foraging in the garbage, non-authorized use of the couch, bed, or any other related problem. When the dog has no established limits, he can do unacceptable things, without even knowing it. Furthermore, it is sufficient to leave the dog loose in the house just once without interfering, and the dog will adopt the behavior pattern. He can also defy his master’s authority by doing what the pleases and getting satisfaction out of this.

You can now avoid nasty surprises by fixing limits for the dog. Determine where you don’t want your dog to go, for example, in your office (where he could chew the legs of your ergonomic chair…) or in your bedroom, where he uses your bed as a rest area.

The pack leader holds the privileged resting spot in the area. So, as “alpha dog”, you must preserve the choice place, as if your were in nature.

How to have a reliable dog, even in our absence
It is h ard to make the dog understand that certain rules must be applied at all times, even when you are absent. Theft and destruction of objects represent a major obstacle in the education of your dog. A dog that destroys in your absences can-not be redirected on-the-sport, which is absolutely necessary for the technique to have a 100% effect on your dogs.

Spray BarrierThe Spray Barrier individual education system has two components: an emitter disk (included in a complete Multivet package, or sold separately) and a receiver collar which contains the citronella spray device. The emitter disk is glued into a regular 120 VCA switch. It generates a low frequency radio signal that is transmitted in all directions. When your animal approaches the emitter, the receiver collar will detect the low frequency signal. In turn, the receiver collar will emit sound warnings which will alert the animal that he has reached the limit allowed. If the animal continues to go forward, he will the get the citronella spray.

The Spray Barrier fence can be used in many different ways. You can use it to establish the limits of a given territory, such as a desk that he has a tendency to chew on, or a garbage can that he likes to empty. This device will prevent the dog from destroying, stealing, stealing, or going beyond the allowed territory when you are not there.

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