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    The Benefits That Training Collars Bring


    Nowadays, training collars are a necessity for teaching dogs to behave, specially for occasions where visitors are involved. Laws today penalize dog owners when their pets bark too much at night or growl or attack at people, and even just a carefree play can be mistaken for an attack by a surprised stranger. Dogs just follow their natural instincts, of course, and it takes some training to make it behave and keep itself and its owner out of danger and trouble. The need for training collars is high and there are plenty of different options to choose from.

    Choker Collars

    These dog training collars are considered by some the most ethical of collars. These collars restrain dogs from pulling away from the leash, as well as from incurring in other types of bad behavior. These collars are mostly used for walking the dog, specially when they are small or young and they haven't learned yet how to behave with other people or dogs. Dogs slowly realize that jumping at people and things will give them a very annoying choking sensation. Some training collars even have protrusions that dig softly into the dog's neck when he or she pulls too much on the leash. As soon as the dog eases on the pressure, the protrusions also lay flat back unto its normal angle.

    Electric Collars

    These collars detect the vibrations caused by barking and in turn they deliver a small static shock. There is a small device in this collar that detects vibrations in the dog's throat caused by barking. Electronic training collars may be considered humane since the shock is actually as effective as a sharp spank. These collars are very practical and effective as long as the training is constant and supervised closely by the owner; just remember to take the collar off when training is over so that the dog can rest.

    In these days, training collars are more of a necessity than a luxury. The main reason of it is that laws today hold dog owners accountable for the behavior of their pets. Therefore, dog training collars keep both the dogs and their masters out of trouble.

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