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  •    Home » Articles » DogTrainingCollars » The Different Types Of Electric Dog Training Collars

    The Different Types Of Electric Dog Training Collars


    Using electronic dog training collars is one of the most efficient ways of eliminating the hussle that comes with training. These collars allow dog owners to train their dogs at home, and often save them money and time by not requiring them to take their dogs to training classes anymore.

    Different Electronic Collars

    Based on the type of correction stimulus, electric dog training collars can be categorized into three different types. These are electric collars, sonic collars, and citronella spray collars.

    Electronic Dog Training Collars

    The electric collars detect the vibrations caused by dogs' barking and deliver a mild electrical shock, similar to the static shock that we feel when we handle fabrics. Some of these collars work with the operation of a control remote that the owner uses to activate the collar.

    The main advantage of the electronic collar is that it teaches a dog that barking is not allowed in certain situations, such as late at night or when visitors arrive. The set up and training procedures are simple and the collar is user friendly. The challenge that is associated with this type of collar however, is the ambiguity regarding the usage of static electric shock to train dogs.

    Sound Based Collars

    Other type of electronic collars use sound instead. These sonic collars emit a high pitched sound that only dogs can detect and that makes them stop barking. Irrespective of whether it is to tranquilize him from barking or to contain him within preset boundaries, these sonic collars prove innovative possibilities in ways of imparting behavioral training to pets.

    Spray Based Collars

    The third type of electronic dog training collar is the spray collar. They are equipped with a canister which sprays the citronella when it detects the vibrations caused by barking. This is considered by some the best type of electronic collar available, although it requires some extra work, such as constantly refilling the spray canisters to keep the collar working, and taking the canister off at night so the dog can rest.

    There are three types of electronic dog training collars. Shock delivering collars, sonic collars, and spray collars. All of these electric dog training collars deliver good results, so it's a matter of preference.

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