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Posted on: 9:29:55 AM 2/22/2010

This is the place for technical information and helping others learn about E-collars. A direct source of useful information.
In THIS forum we can expond on the uses, as we know and use them, as well as the industry as a whole, both from our use ...

Posted on: 6:43:42 PM 2/21/2010

Classic puppy behavior. Try putting her in the playpen for only a couple if minutes at a time. BEFORE SHE STARTS to whine, take her out and play for a few minutes. (Don't play with her while she is IN the playpen) Your goal is to make her comf...

Posted on: 6:16:55 PM 2/21/2010

You make a very valid point when you say the **electronic/ remote collar stimulation is both bad and good. I completly agree.
As I stated, I use this for specialized training sessions after basic obedience has been learned. The ONL...

Posted on: 5:48:28 PM 2/21/2010

FYI: I usually say 'dogs' when posting because I work directly with dogs. However, PAL will accept any small animal.(no snakes or reptiles tho)
I have worked with many TRUE No-kill shelters and EVERY ONE of them have volunteers that walk ...

Posted on: 10:06:01 AM 2/21/2010

There are many rescue groups out there and all of them provide a wonderful and most needed service. Some call themselves "No-kill" shelters when in fact they really are not. So, if you or someone you know must give up your beloved best friend, I urge...

Posted on: 9:31:03 AM 2/21/2010

I live at the bottom of the map from you in NW Florida. I too am confused that your vet would not do the Xrays. A surgeon is not the person you would normally go to for diagnosis. That is just how I see it tho.
On locating a good, reasonably pri...

Posted on: 1:48:36 PM 2/20/2010

You mentioned he has improved in the last year. Is this is a rescued animal?! You also mentioned 'other' problems. Do you mind elaborating a little?
Very often rescued animals have the same 3 behavior challenges. (among others)
~Fearful re...

Posted on: 10:15:46 AM 2/20/2010

(E-collar not Shock-collar)
Since I use an ***'E-collar'*** for distance/ off-lead training, it was my hope to share my working knowledge of 'E-collars' with those reading my post.
***"Electronically controlled transmitter and r...

Posted on: 10:12:35 AM 2/20/2010

~~I created a new post by mistake. This is a reply to the post about continuos barking, sorry.
I will write on this subject in the near future.
(E-collar not Shock-collar)
"E-collar" "Electronically controlled transmitter and r...

Posted on: 12:59:22 PM 2/18/2010

Another important point to make regarding E-collar use: MOST manufacturers suggest a minimum age of 1 year old. Younger dogs are too impulsive and may require a very high level of stimulation for a very long time to get their attention. You could do ...

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