Remote Collar Basics

with Josh Moran

Skill Level: Beginner

Length: 6 Modules

Access Period: Unlimited

Price: $55.00

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The remote collar is one of the most useful and most misunderstood tools in dog training.  The proper application of a remote collar can truly take your training to the next level. However, if not used correctly it can cause some serious problems.
This course is going to teach you how to properly and successfully incorporate the remote collar into your training.  Proper understanding of a remote collar is a huge addition to your toolbox. After taking this course you will have a clear understanding of how to introduce the collar to your dog in a fair and methodical manner.
The course will start with the basic theory and behavioral science behind the remote collar.  Once you have an understanding of the science behind remote collar training you will learn the foundation training that should be in place prior to any remote collar use.  The course will then move into conditioning and practical application of the remote collar.  In the last week of the course we will have a trouble shooting session for any specific issues you are having with your dog.
Josh Moran is a professional dog trainer from Buffalo, New York who specializes in behavioral issues in pet dogs ranging from extreme fear to extreme aggression. He has worked extensively with both rescue organizations and other professional trainers to help develop clear systems to overcome difficult situations. 


This course is for the everyday dog owner wishing to train with a remote collar.


Students are expected to own or have access to a remote collar prior to starting this course.



"This was the best taught course I've taken. I recommend anything by this instructor. It gave me ideas on what to do in other training sessions without the collar too! Loved! Worth the money by far! "

- Bevin Allison on 08/16/2016

"Great Class. Great Info! Looking forward to more courses. Found this helpful as a dog trainer and dog owner ."

- Ray Turner on 07/21/2017