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E Collars for Dogs?
If you are looking for an opinion about remote training collars for dogs, ask someone who is using the tool what their thoughts are.
At least that is what we believe here at The Truth About Shock Collars…generally if you want a referral or opinion about something it makes sense to ask someone with first hand knowledge of the service or product, wouldn’t you agree?
What you will probably find out rather quickly is that actual users know that remote training collars don’t need to be shocking at all in order to work effectively.
Well, don’t just take our word for, watch the video and see what others have to say:
The sensation needs to be noticeable in order to get the dog’s attention and at times it needs to be annoying to interrupt unwanted behaviors. But noticeable and annoying don’t equate to painful or fearful, so beware of misinformation spread by well intentioned but unknowing individuals who really don’t have experience with the tools.
Training with a remote collar isn’t overly complicated. Understanding how to use the shock collar so it is not really a shock at all just takes a little knowledge and understanding of what just the right level is for your dog.
If you go back to some of our earlier posts you find a great deal of information about getting attention by using a remote training collar rather than using a shock collar. Remember it is just a tool and it’s effectiveness and humane-ness is about technique.
Thank you to Kathy & Steve for sharing their thoughts.
* Vito recently participated in our Learn and Play Day School program. Under our guidance he and his family are doing great! If you looking for an educated trainer in your area to help you learn more about remote training collars, check here.