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Seller: Top-Rated Plus Seller get*in*the*game (158,039) 99.9%, Location: Hesperia, California, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 291584523481 1 Dog Training Obedience Whistle Features: This Dog Training Whistle is designed for dog training, the frequency produced isn't of effect on person, but very useful for dogs, it will sit up, come here, eat, sit down etc… A plastic sleeve protects the adjustment area Great for recall over long distances Key ring loop included Specification: Material: Metal & Plastic Package Includes: 1x Dog Whistle PLEASE BE AWARE OF THIS FACT THEY ARE NOT TOTALLY SILENT. . Speak Before You Whistle After you've chosen your whistle, the next step is to train your dog. If your dog hasn't been trained to respond to your voice commands, he won't be able to respond to a whistle since there's nothing to associate the whistle with. He'll need to learn the recall command of "here" or "come" as well as "sit." When your dog has mastered those two actions at your prompting, you're ready to add a whistle into the mix. Unique Signals Each command should have a distinct whistle prompt. For example, "sit" may be two quick blasts while "here" is one drawn out whistle. The key is to choose signals that aren't easily confused and apply them consistently over the course of training. Read more : https://www.ehow.com/how_2126396_use-dog-whistle.htmlUnique Signals Each command should have a distinct whistle prompt. For example, "sit" may be two quick blasts while "here" is one drawn out whistle. The key is to choose signals that aren't easily confused and apply them consistently over the course of training. Whistling to Sit Start with the "sit" command and get your dog to sit properly from a verbal command or hand signal. The next "sit" should be accompanied by the whistle, followed by great praise, and perhaps a treat, for doing as instructed. Repeat several times before attempting to direct him with the whistle. If he responds properly, praise and reward him and if not, give him the verbal command, followed by the whistle. When he responds to the whistle prompt, begin transitioning to the whistle by alternating between a verbal command with the whistle and the whistle only. After he understands the whistle command for "sit," gradually increase your distance from him over multiple training sessions until he'll sit to a whistle command as far as 50 yards away. Beyond that point, you'll be able to train him to sit when he can't see you but can hear your whistle. Whistling to Recall A whistle is especially helpful to call your dog over great distances. Whenever your dog responds properly to a "here" command, it should be like a party -- even if he's been misbehaving. Punishing a dog who comes when called will make him avoid you. As with the "sit" command, practice adding your chosen whistle signal to the "here" command, starting from several feet away. As he begins to make the association of "here" and your signal, gradually increase the distance between you. When you work on this command, make sure you always start with a "sit." Since you need to reinforce "sit" as well, you'll want to mix it up a bit. Sometimes you'll whistle a sit and walk away to leave him sit, while other times you'll walk away and give him the corresponding signal to come. Your dog needs to learn that "sit" isn't always followed by a "here" command. This dog whistle can be load to human's you must work with your dog to train it to do want you want the dog to do I have given instruction on this Please read your dog may need to get use to the whistle before the dog will react to it Speak Before You Whistle After you've chosen your whistle, the next step is to train your dog. If your dog hasn't been trained to respond to your voice commands, he won't be able to respond to a whistle since there's nothing to associate the whistle with. He'll need to learn the recall command of "here" or "come" as well as "sit." When your dog has mastered those two actions at your prompting, you're ready to add a whistle into the mix. Read more : https://www.ehow.com/how_2126396_use-dog-whistle.html On Dec-17-16 at 06:18:06 PST, seller added the following information:if you live in PR or VI your item will take a lot longer to get this is why I do not charge you for shipping If you live in Alaska, Hi, PR, Vi your item will take much longer for you to get it Condition: New, Brand: unbranded, Model: Dog Training, Country/Region of Manufacture: China, MPN: does not apply, Mian Color: Black, Can be USED with or without: the Black end if you want it louder, Training: Whistle, Modified Item: No, Non-Domestic Product: Yes, Dog Breed: any, Custom Bundle: No, Applicable Regions: China

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