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Our Dog Trainer will show you how to educate your pet without using harsh techniques like a shock collar or a spiked collar, so that your dog can develop to its full potential via positive reinforcement and hard effort rather than fear and aversion.
We have 45 years of expertise teaching happy customers and their dogs how to follow orders and use effective training methods that are safe for pets.
SHOCK COLLARS IS A NON PRACTICE HERE
Those of us at JR Dog Training firmly disagree with the use of shock treatment, and we don't think you should either. These collars are cruel because instead of teaching your dog, they punish it.
Shock collar "training" is a major problem since it is commonly used as a cover for abusive treatment of dogs. Dr. Karen Overall wrote, "The use of shock is not therapy for dogs with behavioural difficulties" in 2007's Why Shock is Not Behavior Modification (Journal of Veterinary Behavior).
We'll collaborate with you to find alternatives to using shock collars while teaching your canine companion.
The use of shock collars in the course of your dog's training is something we will never undertake.
PINCH COLLARS IS A NO NO!
SPIKE COLLARS OR PRONG (aka “Pinch”) COLLARS
To use a spike on a dog or any other animal is cruel and unnecessary; spikes are used to soften soil, meat, or prevent birds from breeding in a particular place.
As for the usage of spiked collars, it is also an approach that we strongly oppose. When a collar is pulled on an animal, it should not cause any kind of injury.
There is no replacement for a supportive method of training. In place of more constructive methods of training, too many pet owners use this instrument. Inflicting pain is cheap, but it's usually not as successful as the fundamental obedience training that too few dog owners are prepared to invest in.
Having the right information and a well constructed choke collar (without spikes) may be a great aid in training your dog.
You can rest assured that your dog will not be trained with any kind of spike collars from us.
Our beliefs at JR Dog Training are simple, if you should leave your dog with a kennel service then it should be with a certified government approved one. One that is clean, up to code and the well-being and safety of your four-legged friend is their priority.
Although we do not offer this service, we will work with you to help you teach your K9 techniques that will help them integrate and play well with other dogs so a certified kennel or a dog sitter would be an option during your business trip or vacation away.
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