Training Days 15-30- Monitoring Your Dog
Your dog is ready to run! Check in on your dog at regular intervals. After you are satisfied your dog’s training is complete, remove every other Boundary Flag every 4 days until all flags are removed. Save Boundary Flags for future use.
Taking Your Dog Out of the Boundary Area
Important: Remove the Collar Receiver before leaving.
Once your dog learns the Boundary Area, he will be reluctant to cross it for walks or car rides.
Option 1: Replace the Collar Receiver with a regular collar. Put your dog in a car that is within the Boundary Area and drive him out of the Boundary Area.
Option 2: Replace the Collar Receiver with a regular collar and leash. Walk your dog out of the Boundary Area while giving a command such as “OK” at a specific place of the Boundary Area (the end of your driveway, footpath, etc.). Always leave the Boundary Area with a leash at this place and your dog will associate leaving the Boundary Area only on a leash, only at this place, and only with a person. You may initially need to convince your dog to leave the Boundary Area with a food treat and lots of praise.
Option 3: You may also carry your dog out of the Boundary Area.
Congratulations! You have now successfully completed the training program.