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Prong trning dog collar

Prong trning dog collar



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Prong trning dog collar

A prong trning dog collar is a dog trning tool for controlling unwanted behavior and teaching commands. Dog trning collars use a collar or harness to hold an electric current or electric pulse through a prong which is connected to the battery. This creates a slight pn and discomfort to the skin. As dogs are attracted to the electrical current, it can be used to teach them to do or stop actions such as jumping up, growling, barking, biting, and whining. There are different kinds of dog trning collars on the market. Electric dog collars differ in the frequency and magnitude of the current and the frequency of the pulses. In general, the longer the duration of the current and the more the frequency, the more the discomfort for the dog. A trning collar can have many different trning modes, such as continuous, burst, variable, pulsating, pulsating and pause, and variable-delay mode.

The trning collar should only be used with a qualified professional trner. Electric dog trning collars can cause skin irritation and discomfort to the dog due to the current through the prong. If the current through the prong is too strong, it can cause burns and even be fatal to the dog. However, trning collars can be a useful tool in trning a dog, especially if used properly and applied for a short duration of time.

The first prong trning collar was patented by Paul Stner in 1976.

History

The first prong trning collar was invented by Paul Stner in 1976. It was named "Electric Dog Trner".

Types

Contingent-

The dog trning collar uses an alternating electric current or electric pulses through the prongs of the trning collar, or any equivalent contact with the skin of the dog. The electric current or electric pulses can be triggered by a switch or timer, or can be manually triggered. Some contingent collars use a timer which activates and turns off the current through the prong by the time the timer expires. The dog trning collar can use an electric current or electric pulses, and the duration of the electric current or electric pulses is determined by the time or timer.

Non-contingent-

The non-contingent dog trning collar has a steady current or electric pulses through the prongs of the collar and the duration of the current or electric pulses is determined by the duration of the trning session.

Electric current

The electric current through the prongs is triggered by an electric current trigger in the trning collar. When the electric current trigger is triggered, the electric current is turned on or the current is triggered to flow through the prongs of the dog trning collar. The electric current or the electric pulse is set to a desired current, and the duration of the current is determined by the timer in the dog trning collar. There are many different ways to set the timer in the dog trning collar. For example, the timer can be set to the time, a pre-set time, a pre-set duration or a timer which is activated manually by the owner.

Electric pulses

The electric pulse can be triggered by a timer or by a manual trigger button. Electric pulses are pulses of electric current which are triggered by the timer. The electric current can be triggered by a series of short pulses or a single long pulse. The electric pulse is set to a desired duration and the duration of the electric pulse is determined by the timer in the dog trning collar.

Battery

The dog trning collar contns the battery. The battery is the power source for the electric current or electric pulses. In the electric dog collar, the electric current or electric pulse is produced by the battery which is connected to the prong through the electric current trigger and the electric pulse is triggered by the electric pulse trigger. The battery must be charged before the collar is used.

Timing

Timing in electric dog collars is determined by the time or timer. In electric dog collars, the time is set by the timer. The time can be set to pre-set time, pre-set duration or a timer which is activated manually by the owner. In the electric dog collar, the electric current or electric pulse is produced and triggers the electric pulse trigger. The electric pulse triggers the electric pulse trigger in the dog trning collar.

Electric current modes

Electric current is produced in the dog trning collar and triggers the electric current trigger. The electric current is produced in the electric dog collar and is triggered by the electric current trigger. The electric current trigger is triggered by the electric current. The electric current can be a constant electric current or an alternating electric current. The duration of the electric current or electric pulses is determined by the time or timer. The current or the pulses of the electric current can be set to a desired current or electric pulses. The electric current is produced by the battery and triggers the electric current trigger.

Electric pulse modes

Electric pulses can be produced and triggered by the electric pulse trigger in the electric dog collar. The electric pulses are produced and triggered by the electric pulse trigger in the electric dog collar. The duration of the electric pulse is determined by the timer. The electric pulse can be a single electric pulse or a series of short electric pulses. The electric current can be set to a desired electric current.

Voltage

The voltage is the strength of the electric current or electric pulses. The voltage is set by the timer in the electric dog collar.

Electrical safety

The trning collar should only be used by a qualified dog trner. Trning with an electric dog collar requires the trning dog collar to be handled properly and applied for a short duration of time. If the current through the prong is too strong, it can cause burns and even be fatal to the dog. If the electric dog collar has been damaged or damaged due to mishandling, then the current through the prong can be too high.

Manufacturing

The manufacturing of dog trning collars is highly regulated by several government bodies. In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration requires that the electric dog trning collar must be sold in a transparent packaging which does not block the prongs. The prongs must be visible and the prongs cannot protrude from the