Dog Training Collars
At DogMaster Trainers, we understand that training your dog can be difficult. That’s why we proudly offer remote dog training collars from some of the best brands — like Dogtra, Garmin, Barkmate and PAC Dog — to help get your canine companion on the right track. Designed with humane methods of training in mind, these collars provide comfort and safety while being extremely effective.
Our experienced trainers will give the necessary advice to start your journey to training success. We are dedicated to helping families and professional dog trainers achieve their goals while ensuring our quality dog training products make it easier than ever to train your furry friend the right way.
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What are the different types of training collars for dogs?
There are several dog training collars available, each designed for specific training purposes. These include:
- Pet obedience collars — These collars offer mild correction when a dog disobeys a command. Trainers frequently utilise music, vibration or a minor static shock to grab the dog's attention and motivate them to accept commands. Additionally, some pet obedience collars come with a remote control that the owner may use to turn the collar on and off as necessary.
- Working dogs/hunting dog collars — These collars are made for dogs who do particular duties or jobs, like herding or hunting. They frequently have GPS tracking, shock resistance and waterproofing characteristics and are made of solid materials like leather or nylon. Certain collars for working dogs and hunting dogs can also give a minor static shock to grab the dog's attention or deter undesired behaviour.
- Harnesses — These are ideal for leash-pulling dogs because they distribute pressure over their chest and shoulders rather than their neck. To minimise tugging, some harnesses have front attachment points.
- Bark control collars — These collars are specifically designed to address excessive barking behaviour in dogs. Different types of bark control collars are available, including static collars, spray collars, vibrating collars and ultrasonic collars.
How do I choose the right collar for my dog?
When choosing the best collar for your dog, consider your dog's size, breed, temperament and specific training needs. It's also important to consider the safety and well-being of your dog. Training collars should never be used to punish or cause harm to the dog. Always use positive reinforcement techniques in combination with any dog training collar.