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  •    Home » Articles » DogTrainingCollars » Using Dog Training Collars

    Using Dog Training Collars


    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. It's not only loud and incessant barking that's frowned upon in most places, but also threatening behavior that dogs may exhibit when faced with strangers or a crowd. The need for training collars is high and there are plenty of different options to choose from.

    Choker Collars

    Some people consider chokers to be the more humane dog training collars. They restrain dogs when they try to pull away from their leashes, and it can correct other types of behavior. These collars have proven useful for teaching young puppies or newly adopted dogs to behave when in the prescence of people or other 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. These protuberances also stop the pressure as soon as the dog behaves.

    Electric Collars

    These collars detect the vibrations caused by barking and in turn they deliver a small static shock. These collars look very similar to regular collars, but they have a small gadget located next to the dog's throat. The shock is not cruel, it's just a mild static shock, similar to the one we get when we play with balloons. This can work well as long as the owner is constantly there to monitor his or her dog.

    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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