Shock collars send an electric current to dogs that can range in intensity. The signal is meant to deter bad habits. But researchers at the University of Lincoln, in England, found "the immediate effects of training with an e-collar give rise to behavioral.
An animal lover whose cat nearly died from toxic poisoning believes the cause was a flea collar ... for Yorkshire terrier Meeko. But within hours of putting on the £1 collar the 13-year-old moggy started having seizures, while her dog was left with.
A former soldier inflicted electric shocks on a toddler using a dog training collar during a catalogue of cruelty, a court heard. Lanna Monaghan saw the device being used and told a pet owner: "If it works on a dog it will work on kids". A judge at the.
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Yorkies are also prone to jealousy and may snap at unfamiliar pets or people when frightened or over-stimulated. Owners who do not meet their dogs’ needs (either by giving them enough exercise, obedience training or attention) may observe over-protective.