Shock collars are also called collars like electronic, or simply e-collars. They are commonly used with electric fences to train the dog to stay within a certain limit. As the dog approaches the limit, it first receives a warning beep. If she continues forward, she is shocked.
Anti-Bark Pulse Collars – The vast majority of collars are activated by vibration of the vocal cords. Depending on the model, it first emits an audible warning or vibration. If the dog keeps barking when the notice is then made by static impulse. Often the first sign is already effective. The dog takes fright and stops barking. Remember to use responsible training collars is very effective in correcting unwanted behaviors our dog.
Anti-Bark Collar Spray – There are several bark systems. The pulsed electrical collar is the most widespread. These collars emit a static sound impulse completely safe before the warning and/or vibrations for your dog, which is activated by the movement of your dog’s vocal cords.
There are also electrical collars that do not work for a static pulse to pet owners who are afraid of harming your barking dog that your dog will generate serious problems.
Are bark collars cruel? There are several systems of bark collars: pulse, spray burst, ultrasound. The electrical collar is the pulse that generates more controversy because many people believe that the dog emits a shock.
This information is totally false, that the static pulse produced does not burn any marks or damage to the animal. The vast majority of brands work with trained professionals and veterinarians.
Dog shock collars are controversial. Many trainers and dog organizations warn against abuse and cite dangers of collar dysfunction and physical or mental cruelty for the dog.
Trainers who use shock collars claim they are a valuable tool in the training toolkit, and not at all cruel when used properly.
Many people consider it acceptable to use a shock collar with an invisible barrier, but unacceptable to use one for training.
From its effects that shock collars can cause increased aggression and fear of responses, according to Humana Carolina’s defense organization. Because the shock seems random to the dog, they can associate it with what she sees or experience shocked.
This could be a child, another dog or the immediate area. Over time the dog can build many fears and attacks against inappropriate stimuli, such as children or other dogs.
Fear, aggression is one of the most unpredictable types of aggression, when a dog will bite when it feels threatened, cornered or stressed. Many trainers claim that the use or excessive use of a shock collar put a dog in a constant state of terrible excitement, wondering when it may shock next.
This effect can cause a triggering hair bite response to what in most dogs would be a very mild stress.
Collars that emit a warning “beep” before shocking the dog can lead to a widespread fear of all electronic beep sounds.