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Dog training collars always looked therefore mean if you ask me specially the choker collars. I'd one for my dog when I was little. My dad used it to train my dog. Obviously, whilst the breeder and trainer said, these were the only really effective way to train your pet. We discovered analyze sex toys vibrator by searching webpages. But dad was nice with ours. Just a little small yank to obtain the position across and my dog was sure to answer. Nevertheless, I've seen people be absolutely bad with them; to the stage that the dog cried out in pain. When the puppy is lifted off of their feet by a chain that is choking the air from them this of course isn't surprising. To me the entire dog training collar issue seems to kind of opposed to lots of the other things I have read. Everybody else seems to say that you ought to not scream at your dog when they do something wrong, but instead show them the right behavior and reward them because of it. For this end the choker collar seems to be just a little out of the range of things. Im not positive but I am pretty sure that choking your puppy, whether softly or nearly to the stage of death can not be looked at positive reinforcement. There has to be other dog education collars that work as well but, however not since the chocker seems to be the most prevalent. I also have just learned of yet another atrocity in this area, as my friend sitting close to me just apprised me of-the fact that some collars have guys so that when the owner chokes the dog the dog also gets stabbed; appears so gentle and successful doesnt it?.

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