Do I need static correction to ensure my dog will stay within his fence?


Q&A with Sung, VP of Engineering

Find out how SpotOn keeps your pup inbounds and uses static correction as a true last resort!

Unlike other systems out there, SpotOn uses two sets of audible tones before an optional static correction and NEVER issues a correction for dogs returning home. SpotOn offers training programs that begin with target training and focus on conditioning your dog to return to a target at the center of the space at the sound of the tones. If you choose to use static correction, your pup will only get corrected after they have traveled through roughly 15 feet of warning area. This not only allows for static correction to be used as a last resort but also helps train the dog to his SpotOn fence in new locations.

At SpotOn, we understand that every dog is unique. That is why we offer three distinct training programs designed to work with a range of canine abilities and personalities. Take our short Training Quiz to determine which one is right for you and your pup!

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