Remote Dog Collar

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All remote dog training collars, sometimes referred to as remote shock collars or simply remote collars, include the same components: a handheld transmitter, a collar receiver and collar probes.You set your transmitter to the type (tone, vibration or static shock) and intensity of stimuli, and the transmitter then sends a radio signal to your dog’s receiver.The receiver delivers the stimuli you’ve chosen via a set of two stainless steel collar probes that rest on your dog’s neck. The probes must fit against your dog’s skin rather than her fur, so a snug-fitting collar receiver is of utmost importance.Shock collars are useful tools in dog training as well as in correcting undesirable behavior in canines. However, owing to its very nature of delivering some form of electricity to the body of our pets, it is a very controversial gadget. In the hands of a skilled and dedicated canine trainer or handler, an electric dog collar can be an invaluable tool. Unfortunately, this strength somehow diminishes if one doesn’t fully understand the true implications of such a device especially in terms of the correct circumstances where its use can be considered to be the last resort. This is why we’ve talked with experts on the matter to share with you their views on this controversial device and how you, too, can find the confidence to use it judiciously. And we’ll start off with a presentation of the 10 best shock collars we’ve reviewed and tested for your pooch this 2020.


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