Teaching Reading: Part 3, Whole Language Vs. Phonics
Author: Byron Pappageorge
Dog Training Collars
Having a pet means having to provide for the pets safety. But, that is not all a pet owner is obligated to do. People, mainly neighbors, do not appreciate noisy animals or animals that provide any type of nuisance to them. Basically, the neighbors dont want someone elses pet to interfere in any way with their lives. It is the pet owners responsibility to ensure this. One method for training animals to obey is by using dog training collars.
While there are many types of training collars for dogs, the main goal of any of them is to ensure that the pet follows the rules. Like any creature, learning the rules takes practice. Dog training collars allow pet owners to teach their pets which behaviors are acceptable and which are not. Dog training collars provide this service to the pet owner.
There are many types of dog training collars on the market. Each provides its own methods and outcomes. Some dog training collars use electric shock to discipline an animal behaving in an improper manner. One way pet owners can communicate with their pet is to use a training collar that causes as small amount of discomfort to the animal. Although they sound harsh, the reality is that they are basically harmless to the animal. Dog training collars such as these help show the animal that they will be punished for doing something bad.
A dog training collar that teaches a dog to obey and respect their owners is the ultimate goal. The point behind dog training collars is not to hurt an animal, but to teach it the correct behaviors. Pet owners will develop their own decision whether or not dog training collars are appropriate for their pet. But, one way or another they must find a way to communicate to the dog that certain behaviors are not okay. Often times, dog training collars are an enormous help to pet owners.
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