98ramtough wrote:Shock colars aren't a fix all tool, but I feel a lot better hunting certain areas with the colar to ensure obedience......
JJ McGuire wrote:Exellent topic, and great information.
If you can't train a dog without an e collar you can't train a dog with one.
duckdog wrote:Never used one myself, personally I don't want one because it would be to easy to get out of control with it I am not a patient person at all. It all depend's on the owner not the dog IMHO. I could easily see people out there shocking the living you know what out of there dog's, and that aint right. Any one who doe's that should have one put on them. Just think if dog's owned us, and they had shock collar's, we all make mistake's, and probaly alot more than our dog's do! Learn how to train without it first, and when you think you can handle your dog good enough then get one if you still think you need it. I could see it coming in very handy though if you were hunting dangerous water's, or near a road, etc.
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