Is a Shock Collar Right for Your Dog?

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Electronic training collars, or remote training collars, have been around a long time. Originally used in the late 1960s to train hunting dogs, early collars were very high powered. Many modern versions are capable of delivering very low levels of shock. Shock collars are now readily available and have been used in a range of applications, including behavioral modification, obedience training, and pet containment, as well as military, police and service training.

 

Is a shock collar right for your dog? That’s a decision we’d encourage you to make carefully with the help of a professional trainer. And if you do decide to use one, make sure you identify the express circumstances in which its use can fit into your overall training program. That program should still be built around positive reinforcement, even if a shock collar may help you resolve a specific, particularly challenging and important problem. 

 

Randall Lockwood PhD, Vice President for Research and Educational Outreach of the Humane Society of the United States, was quoted in a 2007 White Paper as writing "We recognize that older products were often unreliable and difficult to use humanely. But we feel that new technology employed by responsible manufacturers has led to products that can be and are being used safely and effectively to preserve the safety and well-being of many dogs and strengthen the bond with their human companions." As the No. 1 online brands of electronic training collar, Patpet’s shock collars are all complied with ECMA standards strictly.

 

Better quality remote trainers have a large variety of functions, can give varying duration of stimulation, better quality stimulation, and have a beep or vibration option useful for getting the dog's attention. Based on industry leading innovations, such as blind operation and mute buttons, Patpet’s shock collars are certified by FCC, UL and kept the lowest return rate in industry’s online segment.

 

According to Pat Nolan, who has trained dogs for over thirty years, e-collar training is a key and effective use to train dogs (Nolan, 2011). Regular and fair use is key in e-collar training. He details what fair use is, stating that it is key to keep a regular training schedule and set boundaries your pet understands.

 

Is a shock collar right for your dog? Welcome to contact us for further supports of electronic training collars.

 


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