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This isn't so much a myth about shock collars as it a criticism of those who oppose them in ignorance. Many trainers eschew the use of shock collars because they are a negative technique but often I find that these same trainers are using negative techniques. The loudest criticisms come from trainers who are already yanking and tugging their dogs in order to gain compliance. It is a shame because, as negative training goes, some softer dogs take to the shock collar better than the yanking and tugging from the long leash. I've seen videos of dogs being yanked and pulled and really have seen these dogs shut down, and then I've seen these same dogs blossom when trained with the shock collar. Truth be told, such a dog would be particularly well suited for a positive-only training. Unfortunately, at this time, I've found no books available that teach gun dog training with positive-only techniques. If it existed, I would buy the first copy.
In other words, if the relationship between hunting dog and hunting human were destroyed, the hunt would cease to happen. I have hunted hundreds of times with my dog...the relationship is quite intact, in spite of the fact that I use a shock collar.
I use a shock collar. I am not ashamed of this fact. But, I am also making strides to use the shock collar less and less. With every dog I train I am getting smarter and using the collar less. I do this not because there is anything wrong with the collar. The fact is (agreed upon by most egghead trainers) that positive techniques stick best. I know this as fact even as I continue to train with a shock collar. My toolkit is not yet deep enough to totally discard the shock collar. But I am committed to training my animals to a higher and higher standard, and this means I have to get smarter and use less electricity.