I’m seeing more and more damaged dogs due to the use of shock collars (e-collars) used by other trainers. We need to educate people to the risks and dangers. Please help spread the word. Dr. Karen Overall says it best:
“There are now terrific scientific and research data that show the harm that shock collars can do behaviorally…..There is no longer a reason for people to remain misinformed. Let me make my opinion perfectly clear: Shock is not training- in the vast majority of cases it meets the criteria for abuse….In all situations where shock has been used there is some damage done, even if we cannot easily see it. No pet owner needs to use this technique to achieve their goal. Dogs who cease to exhibit a problem behavior usually also cease to exhibit normal behaviors.”
-Karen L Overall, MA, VMD, PhD, DACVB, CAAB, Author of Manual of Clinical Behavioral Medicine for Dogs and Cats
We promise we will not harm your dog with the use of abusive or punishing techniques. As a certified professional trainer I adhere to the use of the humane hierarchy in my training. Call for the right help today!