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    Training Collars: A Responsible Choice

     

    Today, %LINL1% are a necessary part of training dogs to be on their best behavior and for socializing. As we all know, dog behavior needs to be at its best because there are laws that prohibit loud and long barking dogs, as well as neighbors that don't appreciate them either. Dogs, of course, have no knowledge of the rules and they just follow their instincts, which is why they need to be trained. The need for training collars is high and there are plenty of different options to choose from.

    Choker Collars

    Some people consider these dog training collars ethical while others prefer the old fashioned leash. These collars restrain dogs from pulling away from the leash, as well as from incurring in other types of bad behavior. These kinds of training collars can be used for daily walks with puppies and adolescent dogs as they are trained to socialize with people and other dogs. Dogs learn that by not launching themselves at anything that moves, the choking sensation that the collar gives will be gone. For dogs that are too stubborn, or that have with very thick skins, there are some choking collars that feature some soft protuberances that increase the feeling. These types of collars also stop any sensation to the dog as soon as this one relaxes.

    Electric Collars

    These collars detect the vibrations caused by barking and in turn they deliver a small static shock. The collar fits around the neck of the dog and the device from which the small electric shock comes from is placed directly in front of the dog's throat. Electronic training collars may be considered humane since the shock is actually as effective as a sharp spank. These collars work very well while the owner supervises the dog, and should be taken off the dog when not in training, to allow it to rest.
     

    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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