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An Unanswered Letter to Dogtra Company

Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

January 11, 2010

Dogtra Company
22912 Lockness Ave.
Torrance, CA 90501

Dear Dogtra,

After looking over your website I think you are the answer to one of life’s most vexing problems: Misbehaving children. This also seems like an obvious oversight in marketing. Think about it! In this day and age of increasing latchkey kids and negligent parenting a system with Behavior Modification Collars would be a godsend.

Children could be outfitted with these at an early age, and since even the dumbest kid is usually smarter than the smartest dog, it wouldn’t take a child that long to learn its boundaries! Seems to me, since your product is mostly humane, most people would have no problems extending its usage to children.

Additionally, it would be great if some kind of “Responsible Guardian” program could be started and anyone interested could purchase a shock trigger. After all, it does take a village to raise a child, and often parent’s are oblivious when their kids are being brats. A few well timed shocks would stop these kids from coming onto my lawn, kicking the back of my seat in the movie theater, or hanging over the back of the booth at Perkins!

To this end, which collar would you advise people to start with?


Christopher L. Jorgensen


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