Myth #2: "You Cannot Train A Hunting Dog Without A Shock Collar"
Basic Obedience Ecollar Training DVD by Robin MacFarlane -- Pro Dog Trainer
The second biggest benefit of a dog shock collar, is the time window for training results. When a dog begins to mis-behave, it really can be an emotionally draining experience. Every day you begin to internalize their behavior as a reflection on yourself. Some training methods can take four to five months to see small changes in your dogs behavior. Using a dog shock collar can speed up that process and help you with training dog in a safe and efficient way.
What are the benefits of using a dog shock collar? The greatest benefit of a dog shock collar, is having a proven, safe, and effective tool to train your dog. Our is safe in that our dog “shock” technology, is different from a lot of the lower end products — instead of using a raw electric wave which burns, the output of our collar is neurologically optimized to go past the skin and “punch” the intramuscular area. The resulting sensation is like getting a charlie horse, as opposed to skin burning. Our remote dog training collars, utilize the safest technology to remind your dog as opposed to punish and hurt them.
Star Mark Pro-Training Dog Collar
Rechargeable Remote Dog Training Collar 6 Levels Shock
Time to choose a dog training collar? Just take a trip to the closest pet store or even Walmart, and you'll be amazed at the wide variety of collars available to you! Standing in front of the store racks, you might have a tough time figuring out what is what. You're probably also wondering how to make the right choice for your own dog. When choosing a dog training collar, I always first look at the dog's temperament. Not the dog's size? Or breed? Nope. And understandably. With next to no advice about how to properly use them, other than what the pet store staff member (who is almost always unqualified to do so) may try to explain, you are left to sink or swim on your own.
Here is a little information on all these different dog training collars, to help you get started on making the choice of what is right for your dog. This will also show you what dog training collars I use and recommend, and what ones I don't use (as well as why not!). We use this dog training collar for tying dogs outside, as they can't hurt themselves on it. Also, it is good for training puppies under 3 months of age, as well as very 'soft', introverted, meek dogs (i.e. rescue dogs that have been abused).