I just ordered a shock collar and was wondering how to position it on the dog. It is the one that goes on the neck. Just need to know if it goes on the back on neck or under it. I know that alot of ...
Around your own neck. Shock collars are not for people who have taken classes and are only using them under the supervision of a qualified instructor. Better yet, don't use them at all and get you and your dog into classes taught with positive reinforcement and learn how to actually train your dog.
First of all when your going to insult me you should really check how you write things. You meant to say that they should only be used by someone who has taken classes and under the supervision of a qualified instructor. If you would have done any research on the subject you would have found that you can use this as positive. I have been working with her all day and all I have to do is use the beep and it gets her attention long enough that I can call her back and then reward her for her good behavior. Its just like using the clickers except she can hear it better since its on her collar. Also she knows all of her other commands so I wont be needing to take her to any classes. As far as around the neck im pretty sure that the beep would be the same for me as it is for her. Please dont answer questions that know nothing about. Thank you
Lol,now everyone can see LL for what she is, a loser. And, she doesn't know anything about dogs. They live in crates so she doesn't have to train them. She wouldn' know a shock collar if she fell over it. For cripes sake, she trains dogs at Petco, or one of those.
So true Kathy. LWLL has always claimed to be the expert on any and everything concerning dogs. It's about time someone called her out on her BS.
Donna, LL knows a lot when it comes to training, but she doesn't know everything (even though she tries to claim that she does). She also knows NOTHING, when it comes to being nice to people.
Even after all of this time, Mike and Kathy are still right!