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Tired of searching for your hunting dog in tall grass or dense cover? Now you can leave the hunting entirely to him. Introducing Astro, the first high sensitivity GPS-enabled dog tracking system for hunters and sportsmen. This unique system pinpoints your dog’s position and shows you exactly where he is, even when you can’t see or hear him. Manufacturer’s product description:
“ To get the full range out of a system there should be nothing between the transmitter and the receiver. Realistically, this isn't going to happen in most of the places that we spend time with our dogs, so the actual usable range will be less …” Be honest:
“ My expectations for the Garmin Astro were really high. I wanted it to be amazing but I expected it to fall short. Boy, was I wrong .” -- Steve Snell Show enthusiasm:
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Rob: How do you teach a dog how to sit? Steve: Well the simple way to do it is to start with a little bitty puppy. And when we are feeding a little bitty puppy, we don’t just put the food down and let him run up and eat. We start to teach patience and discipline. The simple way to do it is you set the food bowl down, take the puppy, and make him sit. You just physically take him by the collar. You put your hand on his back right below the tail and just force him into a sit. With an eight week old puppy it is a pretty simple thing to do. They are small and they are wiggly, but they can’t fight you. You make him sit there for about five seconds tops. All we are trying to do is get him in the position and physically make him understand that just because he wants to go, he can’t go. You do it real quick, like I said, five seconds, and then you release him. You release him with whatever command you want it to be. I use, “All right. OK.” Just be consistent with it. Rob: How long does it take him to learn? Steve: Not long. You usually feed puppies two or three times a day, so you are getting in little short training sessions. Each time you increase it a second or two. Now you have got him sitting there for 10 seconds or 15 seconds. Three days later he is sitting there for a minute. Pavlov man; that is all it is.
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