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  • He is recognized as an expert in the humane use of the modern electronic Remote Training Collars.
  • Use of electronic training collars can result in trauma to your dog and generally are not recommended by positive reinforcement trainers ".
  • The study concluded that the electronic training collar induces less distress and shows stronger  learning effect in dogs in comparison to the pinch collar.
  • It's just too bad we can't use all the equipment _ training collar, odor neutralizer and 4-foot leather leash . ( Or maybe, Cosmo girls, we can !)
  • The NCAE ( Norwegian Council on Animal Ethics ) " recommends the introduction of a ban electric training collars and similar remote-controlled or automatic electronic devices that cause your dog substantial discomfort.
  • The " training collar " is roughly analogous to an engagement ring and indicates a deepening relationship in which the submissive is being prepared by the dominant to serve to the standards the dominant wishes.
  • The APDT ( Association of Professional Dog Trainers ) says, " [ Electronic ] training collars should not be used by novice dog owners or by trainers who are not properly instructed in their use.
  • Among other things, she raises horses, teaches riding, has invented what she calls a humane training collar for dogs, writes a newsletter for animal lovers and promotes her own brand of animal training techniques and behavior-modification classes.
  • The current ACPO Police Dogs Manual of Guidance states " Equipment that is not approved for use in the training of police dogs includes remote training collars designed to give an electric shock and Pinch Collars ".
  • Comparing the effects of the three punishment methods; " These results can probably be explained by that electronic training collar complies completely with the punishment criteria, which were defined by TORTORA ( 1982 ), in case of proof of the proficient and experienced user.
  • Dodman is against any coercive methods of training, and he includes in that category a common technique employed by trainers : the " corrective jerk, " which is pulling a choke or training collar in a quick pop motion and releasing to correct a dog.
  • Punishing aggressive behaviors through the use of leash " corrections " or leash " pops " and / or the use of training collars such as choke, prong or shock, is not recommended in cases of fear-based aggression, as these measures run a high risk of increasing the dog's anxiety in those situations.
  • The aim of Salgirli's study was " . . . to investigate whether any stress is caused by the use of specific conditioned signal, quitting signal, and / or pinch collars as alternatives to electric training collars, and if they do so, whether the stress produced in the process is comparable to the one with electric training collars . ".
  • The aim of Salgirli's study was " . . . to investigate whether any stress is caused by the use of specific conditioned signal, quitting signal, and / or pinch collars as alternatives to electric training collars, and if they do so, whether the stress produced in the process is comparable to the one with electric training collars . ".