Dog Training Collar Making Your Dog More Manegeable

Dog Training Collar Making Your Dog More Manegeable

Dog training collars always looked so mean to​ me especially the​ choker collars. I had one for my dog when I was little. My dad used it​ to​ train my dog. Apparently,​ as​ the​ breeder and trainer said,​ they were the​ only really efficient way to​ train your dog.

However my dad was nice with ours. a​ little slight yank to​ get the​ point across and my dog was sure to​ respond. However,​ I have seen people be positively vicious with them; to​ the​ point that the​ dog cried out in​ pain. This of​ course is​ not surprising when the​ dog is​ lifted off of​ their feet by a​ chain that is​ choking the​ air out of​ them.

To me the​ whole dog training collar thing seems to​ kind of​ go against a​ lot of​ the​ other stuff I have read. Everyone seems to​ say that you​ should not yell at​ your dog when they do something wrong,​ but instead show them the​ correct behavior and praise them for it. to​ this end the​ choker collar seems to​ be a​ little out of​ the​ scope of​ things. I’m not positive but I am pretty sure that choking your dog,​ whether lightly or​ almost to​ the​ point of​ death can not be considered positive reinforcement.

There must be other dog training collars that work just as​ well but,​ then again maybe not since the​ chocker seems to​ be the​ most prevalent. I also have just learned of​ another atrocity in​ this area,​ as​ my friend sitting next to​ me just apprised me of​ the​ fact that some collars have studs so that when the​ owner chokes the​ dog the​ dog also gets stabbed; sounds so humane and efficient doesn’t it?

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