Wanting a quick fix? At this time of year, leading up to Christmas break, I am hearing a lot of talk around so called ‘Quick fixes’.
Electric Shock Collars in particular are being mentioned.
One problem with these -
I have found over the years in this Consultancy that it can be a very easy and speedy process for a dog to develop and learn a negative association with the creature (human or other) or object, present repeatedly (but perhaps no repetition required!) when the gadget (of particular effect Shock Collars) is used.
Then, a negative reaction is almost ‘flagged’ for that inadvertent person or object and extensive training to build a more ‘normal’, neutral response again may have to be undertaken.
D.B.F. would rather get to the bottom of your problem situation, for long term change, Selina McIntyre, Dog Behavioural Consultant, Dogs Best Friend.
Admin - 05:36:16 @ Dog 'Ownership' Helpful Tips, The problem with gadgets in effective dog training | 1 comment
Hi there, the whole thing is going sound here and ofcourse
every one is sharing facts, that’s actually fine, keep up writing.
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