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What not to do with a zap collar for you dog!!!

Put this on your list of things not to do with your dogs zap collar!!!!

this is a work safe link its a new story


http://kutv.com/topstories/local_story_286134626.html

Father Uses Dog Shock Collar To Discipline Child
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(KUTV) A Wisconsin dad is facing child abuse charges for allegedly using a dog shock collar to discipline his stepdaughter.

Investigators say he wrapped the collar around the eight-year-old's thigh, cranked it to level four and shocked her because her mother was upset she wasn't getting ready for school fast enough.

The device left two bruises on her leg which someone noticed at school. Police say the man confessed-- claiming he wanted to calm her down. The girl is staying with relatives. If convicted, he faces up to six years behind bars.

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based on the thread title I dont think I can click the link

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its safe, its a news station.

also i feel some shitty kids deserve it.

but on general, that was cruel.



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Maybe if she had listened and got her ass ready


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How come it's not cruel for the little doggie

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I've heard people say that if you shocked yourself you wouldn't put one of those on your dog ever again. On the other hand, I know people that say to there dog "where's that collar" and they straighten the fuck out, like right now.
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How come it's not cruel for the little doggie

guess you never had a hunting dog



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ive shocked myself with it, and i would still put it on a dog if i needed too.

altough my dog is a house dog, its not needed.



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This is gonna totally throw the thread off track but, I think you can train a dog just fine without zapping the bejesus out of em

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i dont wish to debate it either, since i dont use this method either to train a dog, but do know dog trainers that use them.

they would be better to explain this then me, if they felt like turning a PETA lover around.

no insult intended.



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I remember when those first came out years ago, I bought one and then shocked myself to see what the dog would experience, decided not to use it on the dog. Instead, whenever peeps came over, I would leave it on the table, when they asked about it, I would tell them it is a shock collar for the dog, but it doesnt work very well........then I would say"here, hold these two prongs and Ill show ya, you can barely feel it." ZZZAPPPPP!

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Krys, I remember someone zapping me with one of those collars . I did request it though .

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You kept holding onto it and asking for more


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ive shocked myself with it,
and I enjoyed hitting the button!!!!!!!!

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Okay, I'm hoping that no one here thinks that it was okay for this guy to do that to his 8 year old daughter because she's a little slow getting ready in the morning. What the fuck does he do when she really fucks up?

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Okay, I'm hoping that no one here thinks that it was okay for this guy to do that to his 8 year old daughter because she's a little slow getting ready in the morning. What the fuck does he do when she really fucks up?

i dont think anyone here thinks that or said that they did

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OK how many parents on the board occasionally wished that there was a "child" training collar available for home use?

Come on, be honest.

Heck, I wanted to apply for a patent.

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hey, I don't think it's cruel for kids either jester
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dogs have a higher pain tolerance than any person. period. but i still couldnt use one on either of my dogs.
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My dog was so stubborn the trainer finally recommended one. I did try it on myself and a #5 pop wasn't that bad. Now we just point a TV remote at the dog and he stops what he is doing and lays down.

By the way, I'm talking about a 110# lab, it would probably turn a little dog into charcoal.

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