TESTING A DOG SHOCK COLLAR ON A HUMAN - YouTube

Aggression is another common side effect of shock collars, branching off from the dog's frequent agitation of being shocked so often. Dog training collars are becoming passé as more research is presented, and organizations including the Humane Society and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) are coming out strongly against the use of any type of electronic training assistance equipment. These activist groups continue to fight for the dog owners' right to know that the implementation of such disciplinary techniques is tantamount to animal cruelty, and the media is quick to cover the subject:

A guy tries on a dog shock collar and barks to test it out, seeing if he can handle the voltage

but these collars are used over and over again, especially by ‘trainer’s teaching their dogs field trial or water trial work, it is a lazy approach to dog training, and totally barbaric and cruel to any dog that is subject to these collars. I have seen many behavioral problems and fear issues with dogs that have been subject to shock collars.

TESTING A DOG SHOCK COLLAR ON A HUMAN

Training dogs with help of the shock collar: short and long term behavioural effects - Here is a true statement: If you do not know how to train without a shock collar, you will not know how to train with a shock collar. The shock collar is a negative training tool, but if you do not know how to use other negative training tools, the shock collar will be of no use and may cause harm to the training of the dog.

Dog Shock Collar – The Good and The Bad - Shiba Shake

Also, shock dog collars can be misused by being put on other animals.
The smaller the animal, the more pain the collars will cause, and in
small animals which the collars are not suitable for, they can cause
death.

The use of shock collars on dogs is a very emotional topic


A married man beat and abused his two children for years, even shocking them with an electric dog collar and jamming small blades under their nails, prosecutors said. (WPVI)In the last shock collar article, I mentioned finding a good level at which to stimulate the dog. I called it the operational level. If you have not done that, go back and read about it before you start trying to train your dog. In fact, all of these articles build on each other, so make sure you have read all of these:The PetSafe No Bark, No Shock Dog Collar allows you to safely train your dog to stop unwanted barking. The lightweight collar automatically emits a harmless spray of citronella after your dog barks to stop excessive barking. The unit has a LED battery life indicator and a see-through reservoir to monitor the levels of citronella.From

Dogs around the world are trained using shock collars. But they work on humans, too.

Credits, in order of appearance

Penny's shock collar on Becca:
BNii2


Blonde who shocks her mom's dog:
IndieKnuckles


Girl holding it to her neck and barking:
HOLLiSTERX3CO22


Barking boy in blue bedroom:
MagLaCruz17


Guy in hat crawling across an electric fence:
DJLos422


Guy hitting the table after his wife puts collar on him:
JimJam33


Man falling down:
Chris308Martin


Running girl:
GracieRae13


Barking man:
JimJam33


Shocked girlfriend:
PrankVsPrank


Dude in red tank:
matybg


Berkeley t-shirt screaming girl:
amandagrace1088


Kid on the sidewalk putting it on her leg:
kimmmmiex3