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    Why You Should Use A Dog Training Shock Collar On Your Dog


    Every dog owner who is considering using a Dog Training Shock Collar to control his dog's misbehaviors should keep in mind some important points. The majority of people have an incorrect idea about how a shock collar works.

    Call It What You Will

    Calling an effective tool for dog training as a "shock collar" can cause a real shock in some people. It is possible to imagine that the shock is very painful and dangerous to the wellbeing of your dog, but it actually is a small stimulation just enough for dog to notice. It?s more of a static electricity shock, much like we humans can get if we walk on carpet and then touching someone. So, most people choose to call the device "electric collar" or "remote collar".

    It?s Not From The Collar!

    Undoubtedly, it is clear for dog owners that the shocks are sent from the reciever located on the training collar. But you want your dog to believe the shock he gets when he does an undesired behavior is happening because he misbehaved ? and to not realize that the dog training shock collar did it. Let your dog have the training collar on and get used to it, especially in the times when you pet him, feed him or play with him. That way, the collar isn?t something new the same time the negative stimulation happens, and he won?t associate the two as related.

    Go Easy On Him

    It may seem that the stronger electric impulse sent to the dog, the stronger message he receives. Nevertheless, it is always better to try doing the opposite. It is recommended to begin with applying the lowest degree of shock followed by increasing the level of stimulation intensity in case the dog is not responsive. What can be a sign that your dog is responding? Any movement or activity of the dog showing that he has noticed the stimulation. It could be a twitch of the ear, a scratch of the head, turning the head, or something else. It shouldn?t be barking or acting panicked. Panicking or howling can mean you're sending too strong an electric pulse from the Dog Training Shock Collar

    There are important things to remember when using a Dog Training Shock Collar. The shock isn?t as bad as you might think, but don?t overdo it. Learn more about your Dog Training Shock Collar and introduce it in a way that the dog won?t realize the shock came from the collar.

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