Chicago, IL, January 08, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Ami Moore, known as the Chicago dog coach and a renowned dog behaviorist , has completed her three week intensive certification program from No Limitations School for Remote Collar Training. Started by Fred Hassen, the No Limitations School has trained numerous dog training professionals who are doing exceedingly well in their chosen profession.
Ami Moore came out pretty impressed with the training processes and instructions followed at the Fred Hassen's school as she says in her statement, "Fred has trained an army of professionals who are now quite an authority in their respective areas. The program focuses on the advantages of remote collar training method which has gained quite a widespread support among the trainers and dog owners alike".
Ami Moore believes that the process of learning should never stop and she further states, "This fact stands true for both dogs and the trainer. By the time I completed the graduation, although I was exhausted, I still felt mentally stimulated, such was the Fred Hassen effect." The remote collar is a horrible equipment according to some of the so called positive dog trainers whereas others would make you believe otherwise.
The positive trainers make all the right noises about the dog training processes as most of the people believe when they are told the method involves shock for the dogs if they disobey the commands. Ami Moore says, " I myself took the collar in my hand and found that I could withstand more pressure than most of the people who had completed the graduation".
In short, the benefits of the remote collar include the following:
1. The dogs are not injured
2. Remote Collars use humane technology to train the dogs
3. Even simple leash can injure the dogs whereas Remote Collar doesn't
4. It improves the relationship between the trainers and dogs
5. The dogs become attentive and cooperative
6. The Remote Collars work with all the breeds and personalities
7. The natural instincts of the dogs are not restricted
Ami Moore says, "Fred Hassen has immense confidence in the remote collar methods he teaches, so he tries everything out himself if the dog owner is apprehensive about keeping his or her dog off leash and leads by example, not by mere words."
She further says, "The remote collar is a method to save the dog, rather than putting them down due to aggression or behavior problems." Also, things like size or strength of the dog don't matter anymore as the remote training methods make these irrelevant.