Sit Means Sit - Burns on neck

9 of 11 Sit Means Sit reviews

Signed my giant schnauzer up for 2 weeks board and train for over $2500 I expressed concern at the beginning about the collar but was assured it would not hurt him.After taking the collar off when I got home he had 4 burned scabbed places on his neck.

What a waste of money and harmful to my dog.

I was fearful that this e collar would be harmful but they assured me it would not hurt him.

I feel terrible that he was subjected to two weeks of this treatment and his neck is hurt.Would never recommend them to anyone.

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Monetary loss:
$2600
Product or service
Training
Review category
Animal Services
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9 of 11 Sit Means Sit reviews
Anonymous

Sep 30, 2015 #1041137

Those aren't burns. They are pressure necrosis similar to bed sores. Still a bad company I just wanted to straighten out that electric collars are not capable of "burning" your dog. They don't have near enough amperage to actually harm your dog physically.

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James

Aug 28, 2015 #1026354 Saint Peters, Missouri, United States

If you have to take your dog to a trainer you don't need a dog. Those places do nothing but abuse them. I would never leave my dog for two weeks anyway. Imagine how traumatized they must be.

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Anonymous

Nov 24, 2015 #1068946

Not true. A responsible dog owner will take their dog to training classes (there are many good ones out there, you just have to do your research). However, it is important that the owner trains WITH the dog and not just leave the. With a trainer). The WORST thing a pet owner can do is to NOT properly train their dog. However, I would not go to someone who trains with shock collars.

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