Training Collar Guide: Pick the training collar that best suits your pet

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Josh Closser testing Dog Fence” Invisible Electric Dog Fence Wire, “and I zapped LMAO!


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  • So, I was a bit distracted by getting “Zapped” the first time, and I realize after seeing the video, I did not have the cam on my face when I zapped: PI will make a follow- Video up properly with my face in the light: P soon:) Thurs or Friday ..

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