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Riiiight. What was your logic? Humans are immune to shocks or dogs can feel shocks humans can't? Idiot...

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redbluegreen don't go commenting about someone's smiley faces when in your profile you have a "you just lost the game" reference and profess your love for words with "butt" in them, it makes you look like a hypocrite dear :-)

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Mmm. I love how you misread my comment, suaveneanderthal. I didn't mean it as a bad thing. When someone talks about an electric dog collar with a happy expression... I start to think other thoughts. (-; It makes you look like a fool, dear.

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Right OP. Because before they shock something, dog collars take DNA from it, send it to a lab, and make sure it's a dog.

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Dogs are actually smarter than Op, my neighbor has one and the dog tried to go over the boundry twice and after that won't go over. But still that's mean Op, its still a living creature. And you obviously are one of those people who try out tazers on themselves as well.

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shock collars are cruel? how? once the dog learns what happens, they don't go near the electric fence, because the collars beep repeatedly if the dog gets too close. plus you initially put up little flags to help the dog learn where the boundaries are. plus normal fences are much more expensive, can usually only cover the back yard, and are (arguably) unattractive. trust me, once the dog learns, they won't get shocked again.

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No it's not cruel he lives by a big street or some thing is it better for the dog to get hit by a car

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Thanks for clearing that up, #58. The OP had me lost. I might need to see that video, though, because I'm still not sure I believe it.

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