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Reward giving under your control
NEW AND IMPROVED!
The Ready Treat Ver 2.0 is a remote-controlled reward system that uses positive reinforcement for training behaviors. Using a hand-held 2.4ghz RC remote, you control when the dog receives his reward. Because the Ready Treat Ver 2.0 is a single reward dispenser, it gives you the flexibility to use many types of treats: roast beef, cubed cheese, liver, or whatever else your dog loves. Just place the unit at the location that is best for rewarding the skill you're working on, load the treat compartment, close the door, and you're ready for action. The dog will not be able to remove the treat until you activate the remote to open the door to the treat compartment. The new Ready Treat Ver 2.0 uses radio control frequencies and has a range of up to 100 feet both indoors and outdoors. With over 20 available frequency it is possible to use multiple devices in the same area simultaneously Best of all, the Ready Treat is small enough to go where you go. The base unit is only 4.5"W x 4.75" L x 2.125" H and weighs just over 7 oz. You'll find many uses for the Ready Treat Ver 2.0 besides the obvious ones of training contacts, training weave poles, distance work, and proofing.
Your Ready Treat Ver 2.0 training system will contain:
•Hand-held remote control runs that on 1 9 volt battery (not included).
•Food-dispensing base unit that runs on 3 AAA batteries (not included).
The New Ready Treat Ver 2.0 no longer is affected by sunlight. It will work equally well both indoors and outdoors in all lighting conditions.
Your Ready Treat training system will contain:
- Hand-held remote control runs that on 2 AAA batteries (not included).
- Food-dispensing base unit that runs on 3 AAA batteries (not included).
*The degree of sunlight and the position of the Ready Treat relative to the sun plays a large part in the distance range of the remote. In the early evening or on a cloudy day, the transmitter will have a greater range than it will in bright midday sun.
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