You can use the ultrasonic sound as a part of a training program to discourage leash pulling in your dog. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to use it effectively:

Introduce the Ultrasonic Sound:

• Before you start training, let your dog become familiar with the ultrasonic sound. Turn it on in a quiet, calm environment so they can hear the sound without associating it with any particular behavior.

Associate the Sound with Leash Walking:

• When you're ready to begin training, take your dog for a walk as usual.

• When your dog starts pulling on the leash, immediately press the button on the ultrasonic trainer to emit the sound.

• At the same time, stop walking and wait for your dog to turn back to you or release tension on the leash.

Reward Desired Behavior:

• As soon as your dog stops pulling and returns to your side or loosens the tension on the leash, immediately praise them and offer a treat.

• Use a cue word such as "heel" or "walk nicely" to associate the desired behavior with the reward.

Consistency is Key:

• Repeat this process consistently during your walks. Be patient, as it may take some time for your dog to understand the association between the sound, their behavior, and the reward.

• Remember to always reward good behavior with treats, praise, or a favorite toy.

Gradually Fade the Ultrasonic Sound:

• Over time, as your dog learns to walk nicely on the leash, you can reduce the frequency of using the ultrasonic sound.

• Start by using the sound only when your dog starts pulling more strongly, then eventually phase it out altogether.

Stay Positive and Patient:

• Keep training sessions positive and upbeat. Dogs respond best to positive reinforcement and consistency.

• Avoid getting frustrated or angry if your dog doesn't immediately respond. Patience and persistence will lead to success.

Practice in Different Environments:

• Once your dog is responding well to the ultrasonic sound in familiar environments, gradually introduce distractions such as other dogs, people, or new smells.

• Practice in different locations to generalize the behavior, so your dog learns to walk nicely on the leash regardless of the surroundings.

Remember, every dog is different, so the time it takes to see results may vary. Some dogs may respond quickly to the ultrasonic sound, while others may take more time. Consistency, positive reinforcement, and patience are key elements to successfully using the ultrasonic sound to discourage leash pulling.