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Invisible Fence Collar Shock

Matt shows us all what the dogs go through when they pass the “Invisible” Fence

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  • Im glad to see that someone took it upon them selves to see what their dog would go through. Thanks

  • yes it is @loregonbatan

  • Reminds me of Running Man Movie you just didnt loose your head

  • Wow. If it doesn’t “really hurt” why is he falling to the ground. And HE knows its coming and what it is supposed to do. The dogs don’t know ahead. I can’t deny it works for some people BUT as a trainer I am called in to “fix” the many dogs it doesn’t work for. Especially when the dog associates the shock with something other than the barrier; for instance a dog on the other side or a person walking across the street. Then many  become aggressive or shy of people. Train without Pain!

  • “THats enough of that!”

  • She didn’t even press the button!!!

  • they should make a human version for all the people who are cruel to their pets.

  • not even funny

  • weird

  • Wait… did he talk about the “PHASERS” that the police have? 

  • that was fake

  • My dogs don’t bark, have behavior problems and they gets TONS of exercise from chasing each other around the yard. So your FACTS are not really that, are they. An invisible fence (which this guy is NOT demonstrating) is not a training method any more than a chain link fence is a training method. I agree, using a shock collar (which is what this guy has) to “train” a dog to do something is poor training. IF the dog is trained correctly he learns HE is in control, and avoids.

  • My dogs don’t bark, have behavior problems and they gets TONS of exercise from chasing each other around the yard. So your FACTS are not really that, are they. An invisible fence (which this guy is NOT demonstrating) is not a training method any more than a chain link fence is a training method. I agree, using a shock collar (which is what this guy has) to “train” a dog to do something is poor training. IF the dog is trained correctly he learns HE is in control, and avoids.

  • My dogs don’t bark, have behavior problems and they gets TONS of exercise from chasing each other around the yard. So your FACTS are not really that, are they. An invisible fence (which this guy is NOT demonstrating) is not a training method any more than a chain link fence is a training method. I agree, using a shock collar (which is what this guy has) to “train” a dog to do something is poor training. IF the dog is trained correctly he learns HE is in control, and avoids.

  • This is not the “Invisible Fence” as I have one and there is no remote. Very poor labeling of the product and that is not how dogs are trained when a professional does it.

  • It feels like you got shocked.

  • stupid
    

  • at least you did it to yourself to feel what the dog feels. nice man.

  • that must really hurt lol

  • I have an electric fence for our dog and I absolutely love it. She gets to run our whole yard. It keeps her out of certain areas that we do not want her in. For the people who say it’s inhuman , I strongly disagree. Keeping them on a tie out is. It took my dog getting shocked twice to stay away from areas that are off limits. Now she’s free to roam. We still take her for walks. Only time she barks is when someone passes the house, then she stops.

  • what kind of sex are you into?

  • If she wants to know what it feels like SHE can try it too!

  • why is she laughing althe time i think it`s a serious matter!

  • Wtf….damn useless constant laughing…

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