Dog Reacts To Prong Collar And Shock Collar

Want to see how a professionally trained dog reacts to a prong collar (pinch collar), and an electronic dog training collar (AKA shock collar, AKA remote collar, AKA e-collar)? These balanced dog training tools are absolutely not torture devices. Balanced dog training is in no way abusive. The dog featured in this video is Steph Mahrle-Mishra’s personal calm family dog Bollywood, he is a Golden Retriever Labrador mix. He will be three years old as of June 2016, and has been raised by Steph and her family since he was 10 months old. This video is intentionally short. It makes a valid point that real life dog training requires both corrections and rewards. Bollywood is an awesome dog, happy to work, and happy to play. He enjoys a life of being included in daily family activities because he has been trained to behave obediently. Don’t believe people when they say e-collar trained dogs are afraid to disobey, or ticking time bombs of repressed aggression…Those are lies from “force free” trainers who starve dogs so they can HOPE that a hotdog, and cheese will get a dog’s attention with regular every day real life distractions. Spoiler alert, you don’t have to wait for your dog to develop arthritis before you can actually walk your dog down the street without your dog barking at people, or dogs on leash. Using pinch collars and e-collars will not shut your dog down. You will still have your same fun loving dog after training. The only difference after applying balanced training, is that your dog will actually listen to commands you give your dog, and you’ll be able to confidently enjoy quality time spent with your dog by taking them with you in your daily life.

Watch here to find out how Good Karma Training clients feel about the training their dog’s received?

Good Karma Training is owned and operated by Steph Mahrle-Mishra, a licensed New York State dog trainer that offers both in-home, and board and train services for obedience training and dog behavior modification. Steph confidently resolves a host of dog behavioral issues which is not limited to aggression, anxiety, and fear. Steph teaches basic dog obedience, such as proper leash walking, “sit”, “down”, and “come” to puppies and adult dog’s alike. She also trains off leash advanced obedience with modern low level remote collar training. Good Karma Training services the Northern New Jersey area (including, Glen Rock, Ridgewood, Fair Lawn, Hackensack, Wyckoff, Allendale, Ho-Ho-Kus, Upper Saddle River, Paramus, Newark, Bayonne, Jersey City, Hoboken, Elizabeth, Livingston, Clifton, Montclair, Nutley, Short Hills, Chatham, Millburn, Berkeley Heights). Steph’s proven method of balanced dog training brings peace and harmony into the lives of her committed clients who recognize that real change is possible when balanced training is consistently applied. Steph Mahrle-Mishra is looking forward to bringing peace into your life!
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