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Thread: Digital Reviews Feedback on Using a Remote Trainer with Their Bichon

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    U can get a cattle prod from your local rural supplier store.. Tazer thailand...

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    Which one is better (i.e more deadly?) to get?

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    Tazer...

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    Cate....if you want more "deadly" hey?.. just give Dirty Harry aka Clint Eastwood a call to fix your problem neighbour..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    Cate....if you want more "deadly" hey?.. just give Dirty Harry aka Clint Eastwood a call to fix your problem neighbour..

    And where can I source HIM from???????

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    are these collars as effective as i keep hearing?

    ive been looking on ebay for one with vibrate sound and shock
    to reinforce commands and to sort out a few behaviour issues.

    the idea is to say command... if no action the beep then vibrate then shock yeah?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mUTHA View Post
    are these collars as effective as i keep hearing?

    ive been looking on ebay for one with vibrate sound and shock
    to reinforce commands and to sort out a few behaviour issues.

    the idea is to say command... if no action the beep then vibrate then shock yeah?
    Here's an idea.... why don't you freaken try it on yourself 1st & feel the pain that the poor dog suffers while being freaken zapped...

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    yeah i have tried em. along with cattle prods.(i work with sheep and cattle)
    while sober.

    on the right setting its enough to take notice.
    but IMO not damaging.

    and i was only asking a general question. not asking to be made an arse of.
    so thanks for your input bud

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    There is a lot of misinformation being thrown around here - there is a lot of research showing the effectiveness and humane approach with the use of these type of collars. Research being carried out here in Australia. Dogs pant, they don't have sweat glands like us humans - therefore, what they feel is more like a Tens machine used by a physiotherapist. Instead of following the myth surrounding these collars, look into them for yourselves. RSPCA lost a court case in VIC because of false claims about these collars. I'm not saying what to believe, I am saying look into it for yourself.

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