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    Selecting The Best Dog Training Collar

     

    May people believe that the best dog training collar is the electronic one. These kinds of collars often have a favorable response from dog owners and trainers alike. There are some people that think that the dog's response is conditioned by pain, while it is actually the element of suprise that silences the dog.

    How It Works

    The electronic collar is made by integrating a devide or small gadget to a regular collar. This device is placed around the collar and neck of the dog, and it's where slight electric shocks come from. Instructions regarding the proper usage of these kinds of dog training collars are always included in the package.

    These electronic collars are designed so that the device is set next to the dog's throat when the collar is worn. This placement is important, as the small gadget needs to detect easily the vibrations caused by the barking of the dog in order to work properly. When it detects barking, the device will suprise the dog by emiting a small static shock that is painless, confusing the pet momentarily.

    The fact that the dog is surprised into silence is the reason why trainers and dog owners consider this collar as the best dog training collar. It's important to note that the shock the dog receives isn't painful or harmful in anyway, and it's similar to the static electricity that we feel when we handle fabric.

    Another good part of using the device is that wherever the dog is, the collar will always be there to remind him or her that barking is not allowed. There are other devices used to train dogs into controlling their barking at guests or visitors or during night hours, however, not all them are as efficient, or they might require the dog to be within a certain range or the constant supervision of the owner; so make sure you know what your options are before you decide on a dog training collar.

    According to several dog trainers, the best dog training collar is the electronic one. Despite what some people think, the collar is not painful in any way. It's efficiency and ethical treatment of dogs make it the best dog training collar.

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