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Many Uses For A Dog Training Collar
Having a bit of trouble training your puppy or mature dog not listening to your commands?
If so, good thing that there is a wide range of unique products available to help you.
Tops among these is the dog training collar.
While some people may feel this is an inhumane method of training a dog they might be surprised to learn that top professional dog trainers use the dog training collar to teach small to large dogs of all possible breeds what is acceptable behavior.
From hunting dogs to house kept dogs, as my Beagle is, if you need a good way to train your dog or break them of bad habits these collars are the way to go.
Success In Using The Dog Training Collar
A dog training shock collar is one I have used with great success for getting my point across to my stubborn Beagle.
He is a wonderful and very loving dog but ever since he was a puppy he has been very adept at getting past my efforts to keep him within the safe confines of my fenced in backyard.
If I lived in a rural area without major highways close by this would not be an issue, but I do not.
So it has been for his safety and my piece of mind I decided to purchase a dog remote training collar.
I selected one after observing how a good friend used his shock collar for dog training.
His Beagle had a strong desire to chase deer when they would go out for walks in the forest and this was also an issue with my Beagle.
Little wonder as the two dogs are from the same litter!
His use of the dog training collar convinced me I needed one to break my dog of digging out under the fence, chasing deer in the wooded area behind my home, as well as barking at every person walking up and down my street.
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Reasons Why I Use Dog Training Collar
I selected a shock collar for dog training for a couple of reasons.
First, this type of dog training collar can be set to give a warning tone and vibration to get his attention.
If he does not listen to this first warning then with the remote control I can select up to eight different levels of electrical shock from very mild to strong.
The other reason I selected this remote dog collar training method is because the unit has a range of almost one mile.
If he jumps a deer or just makes a beeline for parts unknown, I now have the ability to give him a bit of a shock to get his attention.
Only a couple of times, when I began to initially train him using the dog training with shock collar method, have I needed to use the highest setting.
He very quickly understood he was doing something unacceptable and returned to where I was standing.
As anyone who has experience with this breed of dog well knows they are very difficult to call off a rabbit, deer, or any other animal they are chasing.
I have been thrilled with how well this small dog training collar has performed.
The answer to my prayers!
Additional Resources On Dog Training
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