The K-9 BSD allows split second timing of reinforcement.
Unmatched drive and focus with a remote active reward.
Reduces both unwanted handler cues and need for assistants.
Delivers a variety of rewards.
Reinforce behaviors when animal and handler are separated by large distances.
The K-9 Behavioral Shaping Device BSD-1 training uses include schutzhund, agility, tracking and alert behaviors. The BSD-2 is designed for use with odor detection dogs. It has adjustable delivery for a close in alert. It also has minimal odor foot print which is less than .1 PPM VOC. This allows a wide range of training aids to be the most abundant source and rapid learning for the canine.
Reiter Systems LLC, located in Eau Claire Wisconsin, is the designer and owner of all US Patent rights related to the device and the registered trademark K-9 BSD.