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Dog Training Collars – A Great Accessory To Have

It is not a secret that there is some doubt about the actual effectiveness of using dog training collars to be a good training tool in the dog’s training.

Our dogs are our best friends and we all would like them to be behaved or basically obey certain commands like “sit”, “stay”, “come” and so on, but mostly we want our dog to be a pet that is secure so that the bond is more enjoyable.

Electronic training devices have existed for more than 60 years. The misperceptions and doubts surrounding their use are rapidly diminishing through new, improved technological advances and case studies that evaluate their performance and their safety. The advancements in technology implemented in the newest generation of electronic training collars have resulted in safer and more reliable devices.

The latest version of shock collars for dogs offers several benefits over other method of behavior modification that is not a standalone item such as clicker collars or leashes training:

Quickly achieved, long-lasting changes in behavior that are easily accomplished and long-lasting.

Research and the experience from dog training professionals indicate that the right use of electronic leads for training to more thorough and durable learning.

A group of Norwegian researchers conducted a 2-year study on the effects of electronic training devices on hunting dogs. They focused on breeds prone to chasing and attacking sheep. A group of dogs was tested on their sheep’s confrontation in the first yearof study. They were given an electronic stimulation to encourage predatory behavior if they were within two meters of a sheep.

The following year, after identical testing on the same set of animals, the dogs displayed a weaker, delayed, and hesitant behavior, indicating that) learning had taken place as well as) modifications to behavior learned in the past is retained for the course of a long time. One of the dogs who had received electronic stimulation in the first year required it the second year.

The speed and timing of stimulation

With an e-collar, owners can give the correct signal at precisely the moment they want to obtain the dog’s attention. It is not necessary to waste time for giving a reward, taking up slack on a leash or catching the dog if it is distant. Remote trainers can reach dogs at distances where a ‘clicker’ would not be heard.

Effective for any size combination of dog and human

In contrast to leash training, which can require significant size and strength to be able to do effectively and safely electronic dog shock collars can also be utilized by those who have physical disabilities. In all dog-human training situations regardless of the size, the goal is to remind your dog that you are part of a teamand not acting alone and its actions can be checked.

Consistency – can be used anytime in all the appropriate situations

Many dogs are not motivated to work for anything other than food, which can become problematic for dog and for trainer. A remote trainer ensures that the dog’s owner is able to consistently correct or reward the dog quickly without the constant flow of treats, an extremely long leash, or physically following the dog.

Stress and Voice

When using other methods for learning your dog’s behaviour, it is very common and possible to shout at the top of your voice or run around and try to make sure your dog obeys a particular instruction or adheres to the same behavior pattern. This could even damage your larynx as well as numerous other unforeseen situations if the dog has a bad behaviour. But, if your dog has an electronic collar, it’s straightforward to calculate the click and the effect is usually achieved in a short time.

It is effective in disorientation situations.

In certain scenarios for example, animal-assisted therapy or police dog work it is of paramount importance for everyone involved to ensure that the dog is in control at all times.

Every dog can be distracted, imagine you reading this article could be highly distracted, so what could be more for a dog. Studies and research have demonstrated that, once the dog is enrolled in the ecollar system, and is accustomed to the sensation it creates with regards to behaviour/commands the dog will immediately react to a tap at your remote. It doesn’t matter the distractions or the environment in which he/she lives. Feeling the sensation of the click following proper training would ensure your dog adheres to all your commands regardless of obstacles.

Off leash control

Do you have any idea of how difficult or even impossible it could be to control a disobedient dog off leash? Let me provide you with a little picture of what you would be subject to… “It could be similar to putting a cat in a group of the pigeons”. This isn’t to say that training your dog to walk on a leash will be difficult, but , if you want to control your dog using the e-collar is definitely better than a walking on a leash, and also less stressful. At a distance, perhaps hanging out with a friend and your dog starts running or digging at a person in a snooty and dangerous situation that is easily remedied with tapping or tapping your e-collar device, your dog will immediately adjust.