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rdmedders
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Toning

Does anyone tone there dog when they’re beating on a cold track ?
Instead of letting it stay in a area for 45 min without moving the track !
Would it affect the dog ?
Tone them back to the truck.

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novicane65
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Re: Toning

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Originally posted by rdmedders
Does anyone tone there dog when they’re beating on a cold track ?
Instead of letting it stay in a area for 45 min without moving the track !
Would it affect the dog ?
Tone them back to the truck.



I don't tone to bring the dog back. I tone to move the dog. It seems everyone likes to train differently. Some use the tone to recall or come (here) button or use it as a warning or use it to move the dog. Every dog is different but going off your other post is say just straight hunting her without getting too aggressive with the collar will pay off for you. I prefer font to apply juice to a dog but I'm not against it if it warrants it. I prefer to use the tone to move the dog out from where it is because I find it more useful.

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johnny reb
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You can use the tone feature to do multiple things. Dependent to how you apply it. If the dog can’t move the track and won’t leave the area I will move him and I won’t wait nowhere near 45 min

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Nathan Phenix
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If have dog grubbing I walk in few times telling them to get a head and using the vibration on collar. Might have switch them and send them on. But after few time you can vibrate to make them move and use tone to bring them back. Crazy what you can do with alpha and some consistency.

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