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Types Of Animal Control Products


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Every one of us has seen the many animal control products that are available in stores today. From the shock collars to the electric fences and the containment systems that are being used, these animal control products have helped countless animals in need. The sad truth however is that not all of these products are fully legal and many of them are deadly to the animals that get stuck inside them. Here are a few of the many products that you should keep your eye out for when shopping at your local pet store or online.

The first line of animal control products on the market are shock collars and teeth. Yes, the shock collars are definitely horrific for causing the stress that many of these animals experience. This in turn causes them to be more aggressive and less likely to cooperate with whoever is trying to remove them. Unfortunately, the problem with this is that most of these collars contain an ingredient called hydrostatic shock that can damage organs, lead to death, and even cause permanent damage. Thankfully there have been recent laws enacted that prohibit the use of most of these harmful deterrents and instead require that they be replaced with non-lethal alternatives.

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The second type of animal control product on the market that has been proven lethal is the electric fence. The main problem with these is that they aren’t very effective and pose a huge risk of electrocution to the animal in question. Electric fences are dangerous to animals because they create a chemical reaction that shocks the animal which then goes into their system. Unfortunately, this doesn’t just stop there, once the electricity sends signals to their brain, they end up becoming hyperactive and overstimulated which can lead to them getting restless and agitated. In extreme cases, these can cause them to bite and hurt themselves in an effort to try and get away from the stimulation. It’s important to note that any electric fence over six feet must have a sufficient buffer zone between it and the animal in question to prevent electrocution from taking place.

The next type of animal control product that is on the market is euthanasia kits. These are extremely controversial, as some people object strongly to the use of such a means of euthanasia. The main issue being, whether or not it is humane. Many animal rights activists have raised concerns about how such methods are carried out by professionals and whether or not it causes enough pain to warrant using one of these products.

The final category of animal control products is tranquilizers. As the name implies, these are used in an attempt to put a halt to an animal in distress. These products are often used by professional animal rescues who are called in to control situations where an animal has become too unruly to handle. Unfortunately, not all rescues have the skills and experience to effectively use these products effectively, so you will see animals left to their own devices for days or weeks on end. The biggest downfall with these products is the fact that they cause sleep deprivation for the animal which can lead to mental illness in the animal in question. There have even been reports of mental illnesses developing in animals left on the equipment long enough.

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If you are in an area that does not have the expertise to handle animal control situations yourself, then you may want to consider buying one of the above animal control products. Just remember to follow the directions carefully and never use any of these products if the animal is in any sort of distress. If an animal is unresponsive to your attempts to comfort it, then you may need to take it to a vet for proper treatment. Also, keep in mind that most of these products are considered poisons. Therefore, you should never feed any of these animals unless you know exactly what you are doing.

If you do not feel comfortable experimenting with these products on your own, then you should consider hiring a professional company to do the job for you. There are many companies that make sure that the products they are using on animals are completely safe and humane. Before choosing which company to hire, you should make sure that the products are 100% natural and safe. Many people often try to use the products available at their local pet store without consulting a vet and end up poisoning their animal. You can find several companies online that will be able to provide you with all of the information you need as well as help in choosing the best products for your situation. It is important to remember that no matter how safe the product claims to be, you must always consult a vet before using them.

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There are also many types of animal control products available that include toys that have different vibrating sounds to keep the animal busy while it is sleeping. These products are often very effective and provide much-needed relief to many animals. It is important to never place any of these animal control products inside of an animal’s cage, as they can be hazardous to the animal. Always remember to remove these products when you are transporting an animal, especially one that is extremely large or heavy.

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