Our Objective

The intent of this site is in the short term to discourage people from using shock devices and in the longer term to promote a ban on the sale and use of shock collars as other enlightened countries such as Wales have done. Assembled are policies, advisements, news stories and editorials that expose shock collars as weapons of mass suffering by using pain to train. Our aim is to motivate people to seek out humane non-violent alternatives of interacting with animals. We believe people who have been misled will see from the evidence we present here that there are healthier ways to interact with their pets, will rise to the occasion, and throw away their shock collars. It takes a gutsy person to do this but we know you are out there.

The content on this site is not a reflection of one person's opinion. It is a collection of many world-renowned animal experts, psychologists, veterinarians, behaviorists, cruelty investigation officers and animal welfare organizations committed to helping better the lives of animals. Some may think our site a little on the dark side, but unfortunately we didn't make this stuff up. It is the dark side where many animals live. We are just trying to reduce their suffering.

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HOW SHOCK COLLARS ARE USED.
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"THE THREAT OF PAIN IS JUST AS CAPABLE OF INDUCING STRESS, FEAR AND EMOTIONAL DAMAGE AS THE PAIN ITSELF"

Although there are many organizations using terms and names that imply they are dedicated to the well being of animals, they are in fact, simply moneymaking ventures. There will also be those individuals who use animal welfare organizations simply as a way of gaining employment or a means to pad their resumes. It is difficult to weed out those individuals and organizations from those who are sincere, genuine and congruent in their words and actions. It is after all the reason we need animal welfare groups in the first place, to protect animals from people. Our belief is that the policies presented here come from esteemed organizations and individuals who are courageous enough to speak out. Collectively they represent hundreds of years of experience and knowledge in the course of their service to the welfare of animals throughout the world. This is not about our differences this is about our commonalities. United we could be a movement that can make great change. We extend a deep thank you to everyone who has contributed.

READ WHAT WORLD RESPECTED ORGANIZATIONS, PSYCHOLOGISTS AND SCIENCE SAY ABOUT THE USE OF SHOCK DEVICES ON ANIMALS...

...“there is never any reason for a pet to be shocked”...

...“we condemn their use”...

...“ineffective method of teaching”...

...“inhumane”...

...“dogs live in fear of being electrocuted for normal behaviors”...

...“we are adamantly opposed”...

...“it is wrong”...

...“shock collars have no place in a civilised society”...

Click here to read the POLICIES

Help Ban Shock Collars

The Kennel Club UK, the oldest recognized kennel club in the world, believes shock collars have no place in a civilized society. They do not endorse the use of remote shock collars, shock leashes, anti-bark collars, electric fences or mats. The Kennel Club was instrumental in the Welsh government's recent ban of shock collars and is diligently campaigning for a similar ban in the UK. If you have relatives and friends in the UK, please ask them to get involved and support The Kennel Club's admirable efforts in this regard.

Click here to read more about THE KENNEL CLUB'S ELECTRIC SHOCK COLLAR CAMPAIGN

Differential diagnosis and management of human-directed aggression in dogs.

Ilana R Reisner, DVM, PhD

The author states, “Aversive tools such as electric stimulation (shock), prong, or training (choke) collars that require pulling and jerking to work, hitting and scolding can increase anxiety and therefore increase the risk of biting; in addition, they are likely to lead to treatment failure” full article here


To read more Studies and their conclusive analysis that the consequences of shock use causes both psychological and physical pain and suffering... click on STUDIES


Correct Usage for All E Training Collars


Can Shock Collars Burn?

by Jan Casey, MS, Dip CBST

"It has been claimed that the discharge from shock collars does not contain enough energy to cause a burn. I will concede that a properly-operating shock–collar should not cause burns. 'Should not' is not the same as 'can not." full article here


Parliment

Together we can protect the most vulnerable among us by disabling the abuser. Ban outright the sale and use of shock collars on all animals. Please sign Petition


Fight For Tougher Legislation In Canada

As a civilized nation, we are accountable for those in our world that need protection.
Unfortunately, Canada’s cruelty laws enacted in 1892 are ineffective. They allow animal exploiters the loopholes they need to escape prosecution, allowing them to continue to hurt animals. How frustrating must this be for law enforcement and animal welfare groups working tirelessly to stop animal abuse? Afflicted animals have no escape. They must rely on us to relieve their suffering. Those causing their pain are relying on us to do nothing. Let’s disappoint them.


If you witness animal abuse with or without the use of a shock device, please do not delay in calling the police or an animal organization in your area. If by reporting the abuse you feel your safety is at risk tell the authorities you wish to remain anonymous

A dog can,t say 'STOP.'