Effective Dog Training Collars for Behaviour Correction at Home
There are a number of dog training collars on the market today. Some are designed for firm correction of specific, unwanted behaviors; while others allow for a more moderate approach. It’s important to know which method of training you plan to use, as choosing the right collar will make a big difference in the success or failure of your dog training.
Being well informed of the different types of collars and their intended uses is an important part of the decision making process. Below you will find a list of some of the most popular collars available, along with a description of their design and intended use.
Prong Collar: This is one of many dog training collars available and it is sometimes referred to as a pinch collar due to the way it pinches the dog’s neck during training. The prong collar is made up of a series of blunt prongs which encircle the dogs neck and rest against its fur. When used for correction, or when the dog pulls against the leash, the collar constricts. This results in an uncomfortable pinching of the dog’s neck which encourages the dog to change its behavior.
Electric Collars: Designed to correct undesirable behaviors, the electric collar is often used to prevent the dog from barking excessively barking or from escaping property boundaries by administering an unpleasant shock, sound or smell whenever the dog misbehaves. You can purchase an electric collar which is operated by you via remote control or one which administers the unpleasant discipline automatically. Electric collars are highly discouraged by most animal welfare agencies as they often create an insecure dog prone to erratic and dangerous behavior.
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