Petliking Blog - How Safe Is An Electric Bark Collar for Dogs When Training?

Petliking Blog - How Safe Is An Electric Bark Collar for Dogs When Training?


When training a dog with a collar, some owners believe it promotes unwanted behavior like biting other animals, humans, and even their owners! Such cases could happen if the level of punishment is high using the max level of electricity or whipping with a belt.  But most owners would not do such a thing, most will use a leash, and a harness can be too stiff and uncomfortable due to the material chaffing after use! Therefore, most owners will prefer an electric collar to train their dogs because it is friendly and easy to get used to. With the dog being comfortable with the collar already, rewards can start and can be given every time the dog hears the beep, feels the vibrate, or is shocked to make it fulfill its purpose to stay in good behavior in each situation.

Our electric collars can start controlling and training the owner’s dog. Both the Pet Liking Selected Dog Shock Collar RS3 Smart Pet and Petliking Selected Remote Dog Shock Collar P30 has a remote range feature all the beep (level ranging from 1  to 8), vibrate (level ranging from 1 to 16), and shock option (level ranging from 1 to 99), with sizes fitting various types of dogs, can locate dogs in a dim/dark environment with a LED light, can be tested before purchase,  waterproof, 15 days use time, and two years guarantee before breakdown. However, the Pet Liking Selected Dog Shock Collar RS3 Smart Pet has a remote range of 1320, while the Pet Liking Selected Remote Dog Shock Collar P30 only has a remote range of 500. Furthermore, the Petliking Selected Dog Anti Bark Best Shock Collar S2 does not use a remote as its system can automatically detect only the owner’s dog bark. Yet, its beep and vibration level range from 1 to 5 

These features ultimately help control any owner’s dog that is too hyperactive, has bad behavior often and is a large dog that is hard to control with a harness and leash, aiding the owner to treat their dog that has behaved well. Fear is unlikely to be implemented on the dog as there are many alternative options rather than hurtful electricity! Mostly likely annoyance! If you use a harness and leash on your dog, fear is most likely to scare or encourage unwanted behavior! 

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