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Let me start by saying there is a huge difference between dog training and dog handling or management. Management is your best friend, it should be your go-to strategy that allows you to have a functioning relationship with your dog.
Training is the actual act of teaching an individual concept and educating a dog.
In my experience as a dog trainer most dog owners really only want to manage their dogs they are not interested in taking the time to school their dogs in good manners. Yes teaching anyone anything takes time and energy. If you don't have time and energy you should be managing your dog.
The following tools are tools that are typically used to manage dogs. Let's get one thing clear these tools do not "fix problems" or "teach behaviors". If you want lasting real results you may need to make some adjustments in your behavior before you can expect the dog to change his. Teaching (or training) is a two-way street that never ends.
Also, note not all tools are created equal!
Tool #1: Choke Collar