New Underground Electric Dog Pet Fencing Fence Shock Collar
Dog collars which are activated by the noise of barking to produce an electric shock are considered as hazardous to the health of the animal.
Whether we subscribe to them or not, I’m sure we all have some sort of reaction to electric/shock collars. Many of us see them as a distant cousin of electric-shock therapy, while others of us see them as a saving grace for dog training, particularly with redzone dogs or to instill good off-leash manners.
In our experience, shock collar systems, where a dog hears a beep followed by an electrical shock at their neck if they continue across the boundary line of your property, create a false sense of security for dog owners and often cause a dog to become fearful and anxious, especially towards other people. The false sense of security comes from the fact, as many have observed, the non-visible fence does not always keep the dog within their property. A dog can see, hear and smell beyond the invisible line buried under the ground and may be attracted to something on the other side of the line causing them to blast through the “fence,” resulting in their getting a shock. If the dog wants to return to its yard it must now suffer a shock to do so. If there is not something very attractive in the yard there is little incentive to come back home.
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A Chicago man says he was concerned to find an unauthorized electric shock, anti-bark collar - around his dog's neck when he picked her up from pet daycare. (WLS)In another situation a dog knocks over the trash cans and eats the garbage. The handler puts a collar on him and next time he approaches the trashcan the handler gives the dog a high-energy jolt of electricity. In this case the dog is conditioned that the trashcan is hot and shocks him when he approaches it. He learns that approaching trashcans is an unpleasant experience. ATTENTION, dear dog owner. Before you purchase ANY type of electric shock collar for your dog, please take a look at the following articles and strongly consider conclusions drawn by scientific evidence and dog experts:We hate to use the word “dog shock collar” when we market our products. Seriously. Most users search for that term, so we use it for our search results; however, a dog shock collar really should be called a remote electronic training collar or an ecollar. We gets calls and emails everyday asking all kinds of different questions for our products, and thought maybe we should post the top five questions we receive for dog shock collars?