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    Ever Thought About Using A Dog Training Collar With Your Beagle?

     

    Every dog may need a little training at some point in its life as left to its own devices, a dog will be a dog and do what dogs typically do. A dog training collar can add to the reinforcement of training commands and signals and help the dog not only alter its natural behavior but also learn to perform as the owner desires.

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    Usually a dog training collar will emit a small shock when the person offering the training presses a button on the remote control. When the dog feels the shock, applied usually to the throat, and hears the negative command, chances are they will stop the behavior that resulted in slight pain. Once the dog understands that a firm no means a shock is coming, the dog training collar may not be needed.

    To help silence a barking dog a dog training collar is designed to emit the shock whenever the dog barks. Usually, a dog will learn quickly that to bark is to get shocked and they will decide the noise is not worth it. For those who shy away from shocking their animal, a no-bark dog training collar has been developed that emits a short spray of a lemon scented mist towards the dog?s nose. Its unpleasant odor will remind the dog not to bark, without the electric shock.

    Shocks Can Help Pet Learn

    Some dog owners and professional trainers are using electric dog training collars as part of a training regimen to help the dog learn new tricks, and not just to stay off the furniture and not to jump up on people. Usually if you slap your leg and tell the dog to come, you will probably get a dumb look. If you tell him to come and he gets a slight unpleasant shock, he may listen a little better.

    If you are using a radio fence containment system you must make sure it is installed correctly and there is no threat of serious injury to your pet. Keep in mind that once your dog when wearing its dog training collar knows where its boundaries are even if you shut off the power to the underground fence, the dog will be reluctant to cross that line, even at your urging.

    You should also keep in mind that a dog training collar is not something the dog needs to wear its entire life. Once their behavior can be changed by the issuance of verbal commands, the collar has done its job.

     

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