0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
quote:Originally posted by neilepNow unless you are in daily contact with our canine buddies why on earth would you want to procure a dazer ?...
quote:Originally posted by irynastquote:Originally posted by neilepNow unless you are in daily contact with our canine buddies why on earth would you want to procure a dazer ?...I thought I'll reply to this sentence as I feel strongly about such issue!I personally grew up in the country where dogs aloud to do lots of bad things including attack on people. I grew up with extreme fear of dogs... And as much as I live in the UK now, I feel this fear is always rising when I'm close to a big dog. Since the moment I became a mother I have to spend a lot of time in a park where people walk their dogs... I feel protected when I can just press a button and see a dog losing interest in me! That's why someone would need a dazer!And what about joggers, walkers, postmen, cyclists, the elderly?Good for you if you are not afraid of dogs!
quote:Originally posted by sharkeyandgeorgedog whistles were origonaly pitched too high for humans not for our comfort rather it is because dogs find high pitched tones painful and its actually a way to train a dog rather like a choke chain nowadays however most whistles are pitched not to hurt the dog but rather so that it is an unusual frequency not commenly found so the dog recognises it rather than the human voice which in a crowded place can get muddled with other voices so the dog dosnt recognise it