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A: Yes. You will need to combine the hand signals that Don Sullivan teaches in his DVDs, with the use of the Command Collar® (supplied in The Perfect Dog® Complete System) AND the use of an electronic vibration alert collar. (Electronic collars with a vibration mode are widely available, from pet stores and via the internet). If you do this, you will be able to achieve very surprising results when working with your deaf dog. Don Sullivan discusses equipment, such as the use of the vibration mode on an electronic collar, on his training DVDs.
More specifically, you will be able to apply a large majority of Don Sullivan’s training methods using the equipment provided in The Perfect Dog® System (Command Collar® and 3 Freedom Training Lines), in conjunction with the hand signals and specific correction techniques instructed on the DVDs. However, there will be situations where you will also need to implement the aid of the vibration collar to attract the attention of your dog before you issue a command or instruction.
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One of the most popular training systems around is called The Perfect Dog. It was created by a man named Don Sullivan who has created the Command Collar – similar to a pinch collar though made of plastic rather than metal.Then Your Dog’s Place is for you. We help people train puppies and dogs into well-behaved, easygoing canine family members. Your Dog’s Place is a full-service dog training and dog boarding facility serving Wayne, Pike, and Lackawanna counties, PA, and Sullivan County, NY.The collar is meant to simulate the act of a mother dog nipping at her pup’s neck to correct his behaviors. You see, Sullivan’s approach to dog training is probably considered a little “old fashion” considering its dominance/submissive based – but it works.A: Don Sullivan: “Any dog in training must first be taught never to pull his owner when on leash. This is an imperative step in the process toward confident off-leash control, under distraction. If this type of activity is something that you would like to pursue, this will be acceptable once your dog is fully trained. You can then teach your dog(s) to discern the difference between the various rules and boundaries that you have set for individual activities. (Note: This type of activity is the ONLY time I would suggest that you use a body harness instead of my Command Collar®).”