There are never bad dogs, only ignorant owners. One of the unfortunate events that have hogged headlines, forums and legislation deliberations are about pet dogs gone “bad”. People seem to forget, pet dogs are animals and originated from the wild. Animals have always acted on instinct and never inner motivations or sinister thoughts. Pet dogs, despite the breed they have are relatively harmless. Dog aggression is attributed as a dogs reaction to how it is treated in its “parents” house.
A number of pet owners have recognized what is lacking in their pet dog, often thinking that it is the dog’s fault. By not going out of the way to find out what makes their pets unpleasant with others and down right irritating is a case of laziness on a pet owner’s part.
Sadly, for others pet owning is taken as seriously as one would own a car. Modifying it until it purrs, looks intimidating and a nifty show of power. Owners of breeds with dog warrior genes are acquired and trained into being aggressive.
It is unfortunate that irresponsible pet owners such as the ones mentioned are not banned from getting hold of science and technology meant as training supports and aids. Dog Training Collars are available everywhere, even through the Internet. Since there are no required tests or licensing for using dog training collars, any average, demented or inept Joe or Jane hold the ultimate weapon against pet dogs . Armed and ignorant, the dog collar is put to use in such a manner that will make any responsible and sensitive pet dog owner cry buckets over.
Just like anything crucial, dog training takes patience and consideration. It is a common mistake to think of dogs as people in fur. Pet owners make their pets as they want them to be.
Dog training collars are one of the best training aids ever to come out in the market. Invented with good intentions, training collars end up being misused by people. Purchase of dog training collars calls for a clear perception of the outcome. Normal people train their pet dogs to become good and better dogs.