armchair. Friday , September 01st , 2017 - 16:10:33 PM
The danger comes when you want to get out of the chair. The ergonomic chair will move, unless it is fitted with locking casters that prevent the chair from moving, when you want to stand up.
Your dog will need anywhere from one to two weeks to get comfortable with the device. Your first goal is to get him into the chair. When he is in the chair, reward him with treats. Then strap the chair to him. Reward him with more treats. After he feels comfortable, let him roam around your house. Reward him after twenty minutes or more. Then take him outside and let him play and exercise in the chair. Speak kind words to him and reward him with treats when you see he has put forth some effort to move around. Over time you will be able to eliminate the treats.
Overall, the Fujikura 1000 massage chair really does offer the best in terms or function at this price range. I find it hard to find any faults with it, you could want more features but then you'd have to pay a lot more. However, there is one complaint I have and that has to do with the power recline. It isn't a one push system; you have to continually press the button as the chair reclines. This does mean that those with a short reach will have difficulty in keeping it pressed until the maximum recline position has been reached. I think some will have to remain seated and wait for the seat to full recline before then lying back on the chair.
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