How To Train A Dog With A Shock Collar To Come

How To Train A Dog With A Shock Collar To Come


When I started training dogs, I took the standard approach: lots of treats and verbal praise. As a result, my dogs were generally well-behaved, but they also had no idea who was boss. My life changed when I discovered the wonders of an electric collar that would shock my dog into submission. Now, when I say “come” to my dog Buddy, he knows what will happen if he doesn’t obey me promptly and without hesitation. That’s not to say he’s traumatized by his training—it only took a few sessions before he stopped being shocked altogether! If you’ve been having trouble with your dog’s recall (a veterinary term meaning “coming when called”), don’t worry—in this post, we’ll walk you through how to teach your buddy who’s in charge using an electric collar so that everyone can go home happy.

Put a shock collar on the dog.

Before you start to use the shock collar on your dog, make sure that it is placed properly. The collar should be tight enough so that it does not slip around or come off, but not so tight that it cuts into the dog’s skin. The collar should also be placed high enough so that the contact points are touching the skin but not too low on his neck where they might pinch his neck or throat.

The next step is setting up your remote control and receiver. You will need to choose which level of stimulation you would like to use when training your dog and set everything up accordingly (see “Training Your Dog With A Shock Collar System”).

Show the dog that you have food in your hand.

Before you can begin training your dog to come when called, you must make sure that he is hungry. If the dog has recently been fed and is not hungry, it will be difficult to get him to come. You should also wait until there are no other animals nearby (or people) before beginning this training.

When you are ready to begin the training process, hold food in your hand and call out for the dog by name. Do not feed the dog until after he has learned his new command for coming when called; otherwise he may stop responding once he has received his treat.

Say the command, “come.”

  • Say the command, “come.”
  • Use a firm, commanding tone. If you use the same tone every time, your dog will associate it with the shock and come when you say “come” even if he’s not in trouble. Make sure to say it loud enough for him to hear you but not so loud that he will become afraid of hearing it again.
  • Say the command right before giving him a shock so that he knows what behavior is being rewarded or punished during training sessions. Don’t wait too long after saying “come” before giving him a shock; this may confuse him as to whether or not coming when called is an acceptable behavior.

If he doesn’t come right away, give him a gentle shock.

If the dog does not come right away, give him a gentle shock. The dog should not be afraid of the collar. The shock should be mild and should not hurt your dog.

If you want to train your dog, use this method for at least 1 month before you stop.

As soon as he gets off the shock, repeat the process again and again until he learns to come when he’s told.

As soon as he gets off the shock, repeat the process again and again until he learns to come when he’s told. Remember, if you let him get off the collar without coming when he is told, then you’re teaching him that it’s OK not to listen you when you tell him something.

The kindest thing you can do for your dog is train him properly.

The kindest thing you can do for your dog is train him properly. [DATA EXPUNGED]

We understand that some people are reluctant to use a shock collar, but it’s important to remember that the right training technique is essential in order to keep your dog healthy and happy.


Training a dog to come is one of the most important things you can do for your pet. It will help make sure your dog stays safe when he’s outside, or if you need him to come back inside. It’s also a great way to bond with your pet, because it shows that you care about him and want him to be happy. If you’ve been thinking about getting a new puppy but aren’t sure how well he’ll listen, then training him with a shock collar might just be the perfect way of teaching obedience without having any problems whatsoever!

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