Struggling to teach your canine friend?
A quality dog training whistle can be an effective tool for teaching your dog to follow your commands, such as calling him to you, sitting or going in a new direction.
- EASY DAY TRAINING — adjustable to multiple frequencies — easily teach your dog unlimited commands such as sit, come, stop barking, stay, and more. Impact discipline and personally control your dog by issuing sequences that only he/she understand, regardless of their age, gender or breed. No extra-ordinary effort required — each training day is a fun, easy day
- VERSATILE WHISTLE–teach your dog whatever actions or commands you want without any restrictions. Blow consistent blasts and use the rewarding-positive-behavior approach to make your dog a listening and obedient friend. Enjoy complete training freedom with Poodles, Border Collies, Sheep, Gun Dogs, German Shepherds, Bulldogs, Terriers, Rottweilers, Dachshunds, Huskies, Hunting dogs and other breeds common in the USA and Europe
- MASTER CALLS–how about taking control of your dog and making them listen/obey no matter where you are? You can do that by perfecting your master call(s) on the whistle. Save yourself some wild running time and keep your best friend disciplined while in public spaces. Better yet, save your voice box from strain and conveniently ‘talk’ to your pet from far away
- FREE LANDARD STRAP — focus on the training and make this lightweight dog training whistle part of you. You never have to worry about misplacing or losing your dog whistle thanks to our free top-quality Lanyard Strap. Issue commands and get in touch with your dog whenever needed by keeping the whistle with you at all times.
1) Adjust the pitch & blow the whistle to your dog. But even dogs can′t hear all frequencies (your whistle has a nut and screw that adjust the frequency when turned). You may want to wait until he is asleep and gently blow on the whistle.
2) Continue testing until your dog perks up. You will then know you have reached a frequency he can hear.
3) Use the dog whistle with varying sequences to train your dog. For example, one long burst can mean “come”, while a series of short, staccato bursts might mean “sit”.
4) Keep your whistle commands consistent and your dog will always know what you expect of him. Change your dog’s behavior through training. For instance, at meal time, blow on the whistle before they get the food. It will only take a few attempts doing this before your dog gets good at it.