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In spring of 2006, a group of dog trainers and behavior consultants became increasingly alarmed at the proliferation of shock collar use among companion dog owners, inexperienced trainers and 'behaviorists', as well as the way the use of these devices was being promoted by their manufacturers. From that concern, the No Shock Collar Coalition came about. The NSCC began merely as a silent protest against the inhumane use of pain-delivering devices used in the name of 'dog training', and I created a single web page where principalled people could come and mark their name in a public place to protest the inhumane use of shock on companion canines in the name of training.
These devices are appearing with ever-increasing frequency in commercially available and inexpensive training "tools" sold freely over the counter to people who are completely ignorant about their capacity for harm. They are available as "bark collars", "remote collars" and invisible containment systems for both indoor and outdoor use.
We know that these devices are designed to work by the application of an aversive (pain, discomfort, fear, startle) which ultimately has a detrimental impact on the dog's learning, and many of their proponents are attempting to sell this training to the unknowing public by characterizing the electric shock as a "stimulation", "stim", "nick" or "tap"; these are all euphemisms for an electric shock.
Every day, we receive 5-10 more requests to join this list, and as 2009 draws to an end, we anticipate having over 1000 names displayed here. As a cohesive force, we'll be moving forward with plans to speak out more vocally against the use of these devices, and make our positions known to their manufacturers, distributors and retailers, and any individual or business who sells these units or advertises them. We'll also be amassing and presenting a library of information about shock collars and the harm done by these devices, as a reference to dog trainers, behavior consultants and dog owners.
If you'd like to add your name to the growing list of professional dog trainers, behavior consultants, pet parents and others who want to take a stand against the use of electric shock collars for training dogs and controlling their behavior, sign up here.
The following individuals are opposed to the use of electric shock collars in training their own or others' dogs, or in canine behavior modification programs:
Barbara Davis, CPDT, CDBC, Corona, CA, USA Leah Roberts, Sanford, FL, USA Jo Jacques, CPCT, Salem, MA, USA Mary Alice Maloney, Beverly, MA, USA Sabine Hentrich, Greenbelt, MD, USA Debbie Bickford, Chicago, Il, USA Andreanne Lanoue, Le Gardeur, Quebec, Canada Ina C. Davis, Northfield, MI, USA Charlene Schreiber, West Fargo, ND, USA James O'Heare, CABC, Ottawa, Canada Wanda Tillman, CPDT, Acton, CA USA Colleen Pelar, Woodbridge, CA, USA Don Hanson, BFRP, CDBC, CPDT, Bangor, ME, USA Julie Humiston, Minneapolis, MN, USA Sarah Grimm, Ypsilanti, MI, USA Sarah R. Marren, Buffalo, NY, USA Chris Dillon, Cleveland, OH, USA Lana, Maple Park, IL, USA Christine Neumyer Smith CPDT, Lowell, MA, USA Ronald Chandler, Maple Park, IL, USA Renee Premaza, Berlin, NJ, USA Sara Reusche, Byron, MN, USA Dede Crough, Glen Moore, PA, USA Kellie Snider, Irving, TX, USA joyce kesling, Sarasota, FL, USA Christine Lee, Lake Arrowhead, CA, USA Ann Farmer, CPDT, Clearwater, FL, USA Lilian Akin, CPDT, Pittsburgh, PA, USA Brenda Lyons, Austin, TX, USA Beverly Ann Hebert, Houston, TX, USA Ellen Brown, Montgomery County, PA, USA Tom Kirshbaum, CTC, Flagstaff, AZ, USA Bonnie Hess. BA, ABCDT, Lancaster, PA, USA Angelica Steinker, M.Ed., CAP2, CDBC, Lutz, FL, USA Kim Lutz, Warrentown, MO, USA Suezanne M. Law, Shawnee, KS, USA Darla Lacey, CPDT, Acworth, GA, USA Ann Dupuis, Randolph, MA, USA Devene Godau, CPDT, Royal Oak, MI, USA Skye Anderson, Columbia, MD, USA Nancy Jacobson, CPDT, Detroit, MI, USA Janet Skinner, CPDT, Palm Harbor, FL, USA Gillian White, Brighton, West Sussex, UK kim brammer, jupiter, fl, usa Laura E Donaldson, Freeville, NY, USA Amy Gust, Rota, Spain, US Military spouse Megan E Miller, Pennington, NJ, USA Mary Harwelik, Garwood, NJ, USA Roberta Kublin CPDT, Willowick, OH, USA Jaq Bunn, Sevenoaks, Kent, England Angela Wilson, Newburgh, ME, USA Charlotte Peltz, San Miguel de Allende, Gto, Mexico amy dunphy, Charlotte, NC, USA Brett Warren, CPDT, Prince Frederick, MD, USA Chris Bevillard, Mount Airy, MD, USA Heidi Dixner, Nashville, TN, USA Kathie Compton, BA, CDBC, CPDT, Marfa, TX, USA Lt Joel Walton, CPDT, Prince Frederick, MD, USA Beth Duman, Howell, MI, USA Tara McLaughlin, CPDT, CDBC, Charlottesville, VA USA Carol Stewart, CPDT, Greensburg, PA, USA Stephen D. Earles, Palmer, TN, USA Carolyn DeFiore CABC, Belleville, MI, USA Katie Hiett, CPDT, Houston, TX, USA Karen Wheeler, San Francisco, CA, USA September Morn, Shelton, WA, USA Terry Long, Long Beach, CA, USA Debra Millikan, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Paul J. Emerson, CPDT, Groton, MA, USA Pam Parrish. Huntsville, AL, USA Sara L. Lecklitner, Lenabon, IN, USA Alyssa Walker, Logan, UT, USA Mona Tellier, Premia de Dalt, Barcelona, Spain Jenny Daniel, Sydney, NSW, Australia Debby McMullen, Pittsburgh, PA, USA Michele Carra, Winchester, VA, USA Eric Goebelbecker, Maywood, NJ, USA Laurie Luck, CPDT, Woodbine, MD, USA Melinda Berger, CPDT. CDBC. Newtown, PA, USA Tracey Schowalter, Gainesville, GA, USA Debby Kallaher, Trafford, PA, USA Terri Mallett, CPDT, Dearborn Heights, MI, USA Bruce Ringer, CPDT, Tarentum, PA, USA Kim Ringer, CPDT, Tarentum, PA, USA Connie Price, Stockton, CA, USA Diane Chandler CPDT, Geneva, IL, USA Megan E Miller RVT,CPDT, Pennington, NJ, USA Tracy Haskell, Hulls Cove, ME, USA Kathryn Bullock,CPDT, SFSPCA-CC, Glenmoore, PA, USA Gillian Hare, Corona, CA, USA Vicky Adams, Elk City, OK, USA Lisa Laney, Dep. DTBC, CPDT, Troy, MI, USA Elizabeth Marsden, Takoma Park, MD, USA Rebecca Cosloy, Marlborough, MA, USA Stacy Braslau-Schneck, MA CPDT CAP2, San Jose, CA Nannette Morgan, Morgan Hill, CA, USA rita heynemann, Fort Collins, CO, USA Karen J. Moulton, West Simsbury, CT, USA v. alice hughes, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Sharon Drescosky, White Lake, MI, USA Jennifer Shryock B.A. CDBC, Cary, NC, USA Sandra D. Brigham, North Billerica, MA, USA Joyce Keeton, CBC, Lutz, FL, USA Kelley A. Filson, CTC, Brisbane, CA, USA Mary Tews, Cincinnati, OH, USA Theresa Card, New York, NY, USA Anne Hudson, Peachtree City, GA, USA Sarah Althen, CPDT, Manchester, CT, USA Heather Mohan, MS, RVT, Oconomowoc, WI, USA Pat Miller, Hagerstown, MD, USA Agni Sarmaniote, Merrimack, NH, USA Alisa Mills, Baltimore, MD, USA Janine Pierce, Granada Hills, CA, USA Carlos Garcia Rico, Valencia, Spain Gail Martin, CPDT, Methuen, MA, USA Deb Norman, Dresher, PA, USA Katherine Lishman, CPDT, Pottsville, PA, USA Becky Schultz, CPDT, Minneapolis, MN, USA Pia McGovern, CPDT, Redwood City, CA, USA Patricia Kenyon, Batavia, IL, USA Brett Warren, CPDT, Prince Frederick, MD, USA David Fink, Milwaukee, WI, USA Nan Arthur, CPDT. El Cajon, CA, USA Barbara Durston, Concord, CA, USA Jules, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Kathryn Bodnarchuk, Durham, Durham, UK Joseph "Coach K9" Crayton, Saxapahaw, NC, USA Anne Gass, Maple Grove, MN, USA Tatiana Cantu Reinecker, Beverly Hills, CA, USA David Reinecker, Beverly Hills, CA, USA Maria-Ann Arguijo, Houston, TX, USA Chris Bevillard, Mount Airy, MD, USA Michelle Carlin, Quincy, MA, USA Jane Masterson, Chicago, IL, USA Beth Moody-IAABC, TDF, Flint, MI, USA terri hunt, chippenham, wilts, UK Jessica Kirby, Athens, GA, USA Laura Rescoe, Clarkston, MI, USA nina castle, toronto, ON, Canada Georgia Karajas, Perth, Western Australia, Australia mert, Ankara, kýzýlay, turkey Joseph Feeney, Cohoes, NY, USA Michelle Frumento, Secane, PA, USA alison bull, Carrum Downs, Victoria, Australia Carol Fitzpatrick CVT, Newtown, PA, USA E. Ortiz, Gilberts, IL, USA Sharon Sweeney, Elburn, IL, USA Brianne Apger, Pingree Grove, IL, USA Brenda Czaya, Algonquin, IL, USA Monique Charbonnier CPDT, Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada Don Lallier, Houston, TX, USA Hedda Garland, Washington, USA Katherine Doriman, Long Beach, CA, USA Pam Bormacoff, Apple Valley, CA, USA Northwest New Jersey Pet Rescue,Blairstown,NJ, USA Christine Neumyer Smith, Lowell, MA, USA Astrid Joergl, Ortonville, MI, USA Yolanda Freeman, Charlotte, NC, USA Kasey LaPlace, South Bend, IN, USA Kat Martin, Nashville, TN, USA Sherry Babcock, Dingmans Ferry, PA, USA terry pride, Virginia Beach, VA, USA Erin Byrne, Pocono Summit, PA, USA Dana Rocco, White Plains, NY, USA Lisa M. Signorelli, Providence, RI, USA Wes Anderson, Indianapolis, IN, USA Janice Ruiz, Upland, CA USA Holli Smith, Corona, CA, USA Kathy Williford, Madill, OK, USA For Other Living Things, Sunnyvale, CA, USA Kelly Ledtje, San Jose, CA, USA jennifer harkin, elgin, Il, USA Valerie Hatton, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Yolanda Freeman, Matthews, NC, USA kathrine breeden, the colony, tx, USA Chelsea Koslow, Saratoga Springs, NY, USA Nan Potter, Evansville, IN, USA Rachel Michak, Beaver Falls, PA, USA Ali Baldwin, Corona, CA, USA Janet Galante, Tucson, AZ, USA Sophie Arsenau, Moncton, NB, Canada Ykelenstam's Miniature Schnauzers, Vernon Bridge, Prince Edward Island, Canada Terri Erickson, CPDT, Glendora, CA, USA Ann Farmer, Oldmsar, FL, USA Maren Jensen, Tampa, FL, USA Joanne Ventrilla, Williamsville, NY, USA Lisa Baker. Huntington Beach, CA, USA Nanette Muller, Dover, DE, USA Casey Palmer, CVT, Groton, MA, USA Laura Brody, Denver, CO, USA Jan Kay, Kindersley, Saskatchewan, Canada Suzanne Stover, Savannah, GA, USA Lisa Smegal, Lake Charles, LA, USA Patricia Lavergne, Abilene, TX, USA Ashley Hudson, Easley, SC, USA Joan Lownds, Darrien, CT, USA Alicia Fallon, Downers Grove, IL, USA Becky Arnold, CPDT, Jensen Beach, FL, USA Melodie Quail, Appleton, WI, USA Val Masters, Sacramento, CA, USA Lisa Leo, Drexel Hill, PA, USA James Leo, Drexel Hill, PA, USA Peter Blakeslee, Yucca Valley, CA, USA Patricia Sensat, Yucca Valley, CA, USA Kat Berger, Brooklyn, NY, USA Lynda Reese, Gladstone, MI, USA Nan Arthur, Lakeside, CA, USA Antha A. Ward, Riverside, CA, USA Miriam Hughes, Phoenixvill, PA, USA Liz Clark, Worton, MD, USA Colleen McCarvill, Calgary, Alberta, Canada Erica Mueller, McDonald, OH, USA Liz Jacques, Salem, MA, USA Jenny Swiggart, CPDT, Leesburg, VA, USA Anne Springer, Ipswich, MA, USA Shawncey Webb, Montpelier, IN, USA Nicole Balzano, Bangor, ME, USA Anne Springer, Paws for Praise, LLC, Danvers, MA, USA Chris Puls, Harrison, OH, USA Karen Betournay, Greenland, NH, USA Marsha Perloff, Tujunga, CA, USA Tonita Fernandez, Enumclaw, WA, USA Ann Nugent, Corona, CA, USA Debbie Gary-Taskey, Friedens, PA, USA Jan Casey, Cookeville, TN, USA Barbara L. McNinch, Algonquin, IL, USA Patricia Bentz CDBC CPDT, Philadelphia, PA, USA Miriam Sokolowska, Gdynia, Poland Megan E Miller RVT,CPDT, Pennington, NJ, USA Marian Harvey, Detroit, MI, USA Patricia Crawford, New York, NY, USA Elisa Orozco-O'Neil, Yucca Valley, CA, USA Robert Loftus, Sydney, NSW, Australia Dawn Yannette, Dumont, NJ, USA Janet Rhodes, Kent, WA, USA Shirley Cumpston, Lexington, NE, USA Catherine Toft, Davis, CA, USA Hannah Hill, North Bend, OR, USA Sherry Kemp, Columbus, NE, USA Sheryl Lopez, San Francisco, CA, USA Pearl Mack, Middletown, CT, USA Clairone Delaney, Laurel, MD, USA Diane Ucerak, Ilion, NY, USA Jessica Lake, Easpointe, MI, USA Irene Messimeri, Cliffside Park, NJ, USA Valentina Rae, Pittburgh, PA, USA Pat Knittel, Benicia, CA, USA Jules Nye CPDT, Severn, MD, USA Ellie Maldonado, New York, NY, USA Christina Coberly, Ontario, OR, USA Brandon Holleran, Oak Park Heights, MN, USA Ana Luisa Pose Rodriguez, Madrid, Spain Joyanne Wood, NA, Ontario, Canada Amanda McKinney, Hampton, VA, USA Roz Ferber, CPDT, Alexandria, VA, USA Leslie Nelson, Manchester, CT, USA Betty Anderson, Hope Valley, RI, USA Vicky Hagemeister, Camden, NC, USA Barbara Brill, North Chili, NY, USA Jessica Hudson, EVP Turtle Moon Rescue, Inc American Pit Bull Terrier Rescue, Grand Bay, AL, USA Monique A Williams, CPDT, Hiram, GA, USA Paula Zukoff, CPDT, Burnsville, MN, USA Holly Miller, Newark, DE, USA Amy Slaunwhite, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Adina MacRae, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Denise Colombe Frye, Lake Mills. WI, USA Crested Guardians, Inc, Nationwide, USA Susan Bickford, Fairfield, ME, USA Alice Bartholomew, Elmira, NY, USA Peg Dawson Harrington, Nashville, TN, USA Richard N. Parsons, La Quinta, CA, USA Beth Santonacita, Upper Saddle River, NJ, USA Jonathan Doppsmith, Omro, WI, USA Susan Parker, West Warwick, RI, USA Alan Bunch, Sandia Park, NM, USA Viola White, Sandia Park, NM, USA Janel M. Biglin, Columbus, OH, USA Vyolet Michaels, CTC, CPDT, Red Bank, NJ, USA Astrid Smith, Layton, UT, USA Misa Martin, New York, NY, USA Jessica Hudson Founder/Co-Director/Traning & BehavioralConsultant Bama Bully Rescue, Inc, Grand Bay, AL, USA Paula Denby-Gibbs, Melbourne, VIctoria, Australia Elizabeth Clark, Worton, MD, USA Anna Bettina Johnson, Salt Lake City & South Valley, UT, USA Mira Jones, Greenville, SC, USA Darlene Seibel, Pittsburgh, PA, USA Marilyn J. Wolf, BS, CPDT, New Port Richey, FL, USA peter " lisas brother"signorelli, dog haven, ma, USA Melissa Singletary, Athens, TX, USA Angel Dawn, Gun Barrell City, TX, USA Giselle Scull - Monroe, Ocean View, NJ, USA Nancy Frensley, CAP 2, CPDT, San Pablo, CA, USA Priscilla Blanchard, Waverly, IA, USA Angie Maiorca, Pasadena, CA, USA Cindy Lonnstrom, Sunnyvale, CA, USA shane windatt, queen charlotte, bc, canada Casey Newton, CPDT, Portland, OR, USA Elizabeth Dobson, Tacoma, WA, USA Heather Holt, Willowick, OH, USA Debi Davis, Las Vegas, NV, USA Lauren Cannon, Framingham, MA, USA Anne Hudson, Peachtree City, GA, USA Tabitha Velalicea, LaQuinta, CA, USA Joanna Flower, New Port Richey, FL, USA Casey Lomonaco, Binghamton, NY, USA Jean White, New Market, MD, USA Stephani Morancie, Palmyra, ME, USA Ivonne E Acevedo, Tampa, FL, USA Lilly Pritchard, San Francisco, CA, USA Loella Springmann, Monrovia, MD, USA Esther Williams, Norfolk, VA, USA Anne Rogers, Ballivor, Meath, Ireland Jennifer Zaayer, Cardiff by the Sea, CA, USA Joyce Moore, New Port RIchey, FL, USA Tracy Haskell, Ellsworth, ME, USA Nancy Freedman-Smith CPDT, Portland, ME, USA Tara Baggerman, Ballston Spa, NY, USA Kathryn E. Starr, Gloucester, MA, USA Casey Lomonaco, Binghamton, NY, USA Norma Gomez, Rowlett, TX, USA Gina Edwards, Palm Desert, CA, USA Wallace W. Allerdice III, Saratoga Springs, NY, USA
"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." -Mahandas Gandhi
"Never doubt that a small, group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." -Margaret Mead
"Violence begins where knowledge ends." -Abraham Lincoln
"We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals." -Immanuel Kant
What our supporters say:
"Lets all work towards cooperative training and teach our dogs to think rather than training through fear where you have an emotionally "flat" dog that will not offer behaviors"
"There are many problems using positive punishers that make it extremely difficult (impossible?) for the average person to use them correctly. They are not needed in training because there are other humane methods that are effective and the outcome is predictive. As a group we should focus on coopertaive training where you cultivate a creative dog by rewarding them when they do what we like rather than training based on fear where the dog is afraid to offer behaviors and their trained responses are very 'flat.'"
"As a novice owner and owner of a large breed at that, I use only positive training and since I was able to culture a well-mannered dog, I see no reason why anyone would have to use any other method other than positive training. Shocking is cruel, plain and simple. Outlaw shock collars of all kinds."
"It is encouraging to see the progress in training"
"I was once a member of APDT and maybe one day I will be again. I will never use or teach anyone to use choke, prong, or shock collar."
"I am so pleased to see this coalition form, and I am willing to help in any way. Thanks!"
"All dogs can be trained to be family pets using positive reinforcement, management and the withholding of rewards. Shock Collars are hazardous, expensive, and unneccessary."
"Just Say NO!!"
"Can we start a "No Alpha Roll" coalition too?"
"I'm not sure what this coalition does yet, but with the words "no shock collar" in it's title, I had to show my support. I'm all for just about anything that will discourage the use of those vile implements of torture!"
"There are better and kinder methods to train dogs. We need to learn to quit being reactive-aggressive and start learning self-control, patience, and kindness. Kind methods work so much better and strengthen the bond between owner and pet, rather than destroying trust."
"I don't believe there is ever a valid reason to use shock collars in the training or management of dogs - or any other animal."
"What a fabulous idea this page is! You are to be commended!!!!"
"They might work but we all know that there are so many more pleasant ways of training our best friend. Is an electric shock any way to treat your best buddy? Would you do it to your best human friend? No, so why to a devoted canine companion?"
"This is a wonderful idea! I look forward to supporting you every step of they way!"
"I am so pleased to see this work started."
"There is NEVER a justification for causing a dog pain. Period"
"I am very pleased to see trainers standing up for dogs and declaring their opposition to electronic training devices designed to cause pain to dogs."
"I would love to have do #$@%! to give to clients to support what I believe about shocking dogs to teach them. Every time I state my beliefs clients come back with how their neighbors dog does so well with collar!! Thanks for starting this group for support!"
"I am glad to see a stand being taken. No force trainers have been railroaded lately on the APDT list and in advertisements by those who use the APDT but don't practice it's core values. Yea, for creating this mission."
"Shock Collars should be utterly banned, its a disgusting world we live in when one animal has to use such tactics on another animal species."
"Our school provides fun and force free dog clicker training. We work hard to minimize stress on both the dog and the human students!"
"Let's work together positively to bring about some huge changes in the field of dog training and advocacy!"
"It's about time we all stood together on this subject."
"I support the no e-collar training grass roots effort"
"Germany and the United Kingdom are right about this: shock collars ought to be banned. Yet, despite the ban in these countries, not only are people capable of training their pet dogs, but they are also able to train for competition, police and service dog work without ever using shock collars. These dogs are magnificent, I've seen them."
"There is no reason to use shock collars in pet dog training. Ever."
"The ends do not justify the means. Especially when we have are so many better options available."
"Would you use a shock collar on your little child to behave?? Then why would you use one on your pet?"
"Too many trainers are selling this collar as a quick fix. It is inhumane! They use it on puppies!"
"There are so many better and more effective ways to train and enjoy your dog than using force, pain or domination. It's hard to understand why some trainers feel a need to use these methods in light of all the great information on positive and dog friendly training that is available today. Those of us in dog sports know that the dog's enjoyment of the sport is essential. Why do the sport if the dog doesn't like it?"
"It has become far too easy for lazy or frustrated dog owners to resort to this method. They tend to "try out" shock collars to fix problems, and when this backfires, they MAY consult a trainer. It's the do-it-yourself aspect that appeals to a lot of people, but most people don't know enough about dog behaviour and training to use it correctly. There are more humane ways to train dogs, anyway. If you don't have the skill to train a dog with reward-based methods, no way should you be able to use a shock collar."
"We use all positive methods in training your dogs, there should be no reason to shock your dog, no matter how it is put, a stimulus is still a shock no matter how they may lower the blow of the truth. Electric collars do not put the puzzle pieces together, it prevents dogs from being successful and causes confusion!"
"I trained two dogs with shock collars and never realized the damage I was doing to our relationship. Thankfully, for them and for me, I found a kinder way to train. Anything that can be trained with a shock collar can be trained without one."
What our critics say:
"Perhaps you are opposed to ecollars because you don't know how how to use them correctly. Anyway, I'll never give mine up."
"You guys are morons."
"You guys kill me. You are so threatened by training that gets quick, effective, humane results that you can't stand it. You have NO IDEA what you are talking about, and dog owners know it. Banning tools is as stupid as BSL."
"An ecollar used correctly is far more humane then a choke collar used incorrectly. You folks don't know what your talking about."
"I'm a professional dog trainer who doesn't believe in banning tools. I'm also a behavior consultant and pet owner and definitely NOT a "pet parent".
"Electronic collars can be incredibly human, effective, and reasonable tools to have in your tool box. The freedoms a dog may be allowed by use of an e-collar can be quite wonderful, particularly for a non-hearing dog."
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