Dog Shock Collars Mrr Ebook

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Table Of Contents

# Chapter 01 – What is a “Shock” No Bark Collar? – Page 4
# Chapter 02 – Why Dogs Bark – Page 6
# Chapter 03 – The Pros and Cons of Using “Shock No Bark Collars” – Page 9
# Chapter 04 – Shock Collars and Market Research – Page 12
# Chapter 05 – Major Types of Shock Collars – Page 13
# Chapter 06 – Major brands of Shock Collars – Page 26
# Chapter 07 – Alternatives to Shock Collars – Page 27

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# Chapter 01 – What is a “Shock” No Bark Collar?

Bark collars are a specific type of training tool that is ideal for dogs with a natural tendency to bark excessively, or more than usual for any reason. Bark collars are designed to provide negative reinforcement in reaction to the unwanted barking behavior. Over time, the dog will learn to avoid the behavior in order to avoid the negative reinforcement.

While the use of bark collars has become controversial, it is not inherently a bad training method as long as the collar is used correctly and the training is administered as it should be. This guide is designed to address the concept of a specific type of bark collar, a “shock” bark collar which delivers an electrical pulse in reaction to the barking behavior. While there are other types of negative reinforcement bark collars, including collars that spray citronella rather than emitting an electrical pulse, but the electrical “shock” type of collar is the preferred method of training a dog not to bark through the use of a control tool.

Electronic “shock bark collars” are capable of detecting a vibration in the dog’s vocal cords as he or she barks. When these vibrations are determined, a low level shock is delivered to the neck of the dog.

These shocks have been compared to the electric shock that is felt as a result of static electricity, when you touch a door knob after shuffling across a carpeted floor. Still, this type of collar has been criticized in the past as being humane or cruel. Some areas, such as Australia have outlawed and prohibited the use of electronic bark collars.

Some veterinary professionals also have questioned the effectiveness in these collars in the past, after a study conducted by the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine has found that after significant testing, four out of the eight dogs tested with an electric bark collar had no reduction in barking.

If your dog’s barking habit is beyond your control, before you consider any irrational options, you need to think about training methods. No bark collars are a solution that is well worth exploring, at least to determine whether or not it is ideal for your situation. No bark electronic shock collars are designed specifically to be quick, easy and humane in reducing a dog’s barking habit. When electronic shock collars are used the right way, it can take only a handful of days to drastically reduce a dog’s barking habit.

If you are just beginning to understand what shock collars are, this guide should provide the resources and information that you need to make an informed decision regarding whether or not to use one for your dog. The first thing that we will examine when it comes to shock no-bark dog collars is the pros and cons associated with training a dog in this fashion. By the end of this guide, you should be able to determine whether or not a bark collar is ideal for you and your dog.

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- Ebook (PDF), 27 Pages
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- Year Released/Circulated: 2008
- File Size: 843 KB

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