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What Is a Dog Training Collar? || Grooming Pets

 What Is a Dog Training Collar? 



Dogs are curious by nature and love to explore. They love to jump on you as a greeting: "Hi. Hi. I'm so GLAD to see you." Play dates with friends' dogs can be extremely chaotic and hard to control because the dogs are so excited. These can be very frustrating scenarios and leave the exasperated pet parents at a loss for how to enforce commands during trying times.


When your dog is curious or excited, getting your dog to obey simple commands can be challenging.


Even dogs that routinely stay within their boundaries or instantly respond to "Sit" under normal conditions many times fail to respond during even minimal excitement. Failure to follow your commands can be dangerous for your pet in unsafe conditions.


If you are considering purchasing a training collar for your dog(s), the first thing you need to do is some Internet research in order to gain some knowledge of their basic use.


Dog training collars are the solution for many pet owners who understand the value of a well-trained dog and desire a safe tool. Many pet owners don't understand how electronic training collars (also called shock collars) work. Here are 4 basic electronic collar facts to help educate the beginner researcher.


What is an electronic training collar?


All electronic dog training collars consist of a handheld transmitter and collar receiver. The collars are used for many training purposes.


Remote training collars work by emitting an audible tone followed by a static electric stimulation to the dog once the stimulation control is pressed on the handheld transmitter. Several dog training collars also have an option for tone only. Once the dog understands the voice commands and consequences, the tone is normally all the trainer needs to ensure the dog responds to the command.


Will the collar hurt my dog?


Remote trainer collars provide a static stimulation similar to the shock you feel when you rub your feet across carpet and touch another person. During initial training it is important to start at the lowest stimulation setting available and only increase the stimulation level if your dog does not show any response.


The stimulation from the collar is designed just to get the dog's attention and NOT TO PUNISH. Electronic collars should only be used to train your dog. That means you must spend some time training your dog to understand what behavior is acceptable and what is not. If the collar is used for punishment rather than a training tool, the dog will not respond and it will be very difficult to achieve results.


Who uses electronic collars?


Electronic collars are typically used by household pets and hunting dogs older than 6 months of age.


Pet parents can easily train their pet to follow voice commands, even under distracting conditions, such as "Come", "Sit", or "Stay."

Training collars are also commonly used for hunting or sporting dogs. With hunting dog collars, trainers use the transmitter and collar to teach dogs to retrieve, stay, return, etc. Training collars for hunting dogs have a much larger range and are usually manufactured to endure rougher environments.


What are training collars intended to accomplish?


Electronic trainers are intended for two basic purposes:


To reinforce already-learned behaviors like obedience commands - Your dog learns to "turn-off" the unpleasant stimulus by performing the command correctly.

To correct unwanted behaviors such as digging, chewing, jumping - Your dog learns to associate the unpleasant stimulation with the unwanted behavior.

With a training collar you can stimulate your dog in a painless manner to correct poor behavior or easily reward behaviors with a remote control. There is no reason to harm your dog and that is the exact opposite of what dog shock collars will do. But what it will do is put a stop to the poor behavior in no time.


The dog shock collar's effectiveness is based on your pet being startled, not on administering pain. Most models also have a vibrating or vibration collar mode instead of using shock. These dog training collars can be used for various training regimens including hunting exercises, agility training, pet containment, sport dogs, and anti-barking. Your pet will typically respond after only a few training.


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