Did you ever want to shock your toddler to get their attention? Of course, you would not do that. So many people however, think that it is okay when training your four-legged child. Therefore, they think that buying a shock collar, or e-collar, or remote training collar is the correct way to get your dog to do what you want it to.
Go ahead, put that collar on your own neck and see how it feels…I didn’t think so! Shock collars have a history. They were first used more than 50 years ago for the specific purpose of training hunting dogs. Today, they are used as a deterrent to train away negative or unsafe behavior. Don’t let a retailer tell you that they are humane!
Training humane is an art and Dennis Danskin has mastered that art. He is the Las Vegas area’s humane dog trainer. You can find out more about Dennis and his half-century of dedication to canines by visiting www.trainhumane.net. Please reconsider that shock collar until you have called Dennis Danskin at (702) 327-4744.