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Dog Training Collar: Bring Out the Best in Your Dog

Dog Training Collar: Bring Out the Best in Your Dog

Dog Training Collar
Dog Training

They say, spare the rod and spoil the child. Now, even a dog is like a child to a sensitive owner. 

So, it is clear that dogs should also be treated with occasional discipline in case they pose tantrums. A dog training collar is a great way of ensuring that discipline.

Small made dogs like poodles will do well with buckles or flat collars. 

For monstrous and dangerous dogs, you need a stronger hold and prong collars are more reasonable in keeping them under control. 

These prongs are rather blunt and don’t cause them bodily harm, but ensure nonetheless with some pressure that they will behave with caution.

While training dogs, you may first attract it to visual rewards if they get their act right. 

Make their practice a daily habit and at specific times. It is best if you associate their training periods with chiming clocks. Your plan should be such that every chime should have certain impact on them.

Your dog training collar should neither be too tight nor too loose. In case your dog has a habit of pulling on the collar viciously, clip them on with quick release collars. 

If they continue with their aggressive behavior, fit their mouths with muzzles. This will make them realize that they are not acting like a saint all through.

While taking your dog for a walk, ensure that the collar is not a burden on its neck. 

Free movement of four feet each way will keep it happy, and if the weather is fine, your dog will be happy as well. Allow it some space for barking. 

Although there are collars like slip collars and shock collars to reduce that tendency too.

An electronic or remote controlled dog training collar works well with hunting and large dogs.

 Even collars that send up vibrations along their spine will make them behave in a particular manner to avoid those vibrations.

 They should also be taught simple manners like relieving outside, eating on their bowls and resting on their allocated mats. You should keep a flea collar too to keep away their irritants.

They should be conveyed that all fences are not electrical, and all areas are not to be trespassed. 

They should be alert of their limitations and respect that space. Of course that depends on your own capacity to train and your love towards your pet. 

A mix of caution and aggression; rewards and penalties and a dog training collar will just work perfect.