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Eva Mendes Tested Dog Shock Collar On Herself!!

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Eva Mendes

Eva Mendes is such a talented, beautiful and caring person.

She's so caring, that when she got a shock collar to prevent her big doggy Hugo from attacking smaller animals… she tested it on herself!!

Eva said:

"All he (Hugo) wants to do is prove his love to me, you know, all he wants to do is kill for me. It's so sweet. (But) I'd feel terrible if he hurt a little thing so I try to get in there and I use - people always get mad at me for this - but I use a shock collar on him and I have the remote. But I've tried it on myself at all levels. I swear!"

That sounds dangerous because not only do dogs have a seriously high pain tolerance threshold, they also have thicker skin!

Eva continued:

"I do not do it on my neck. I tested it on my arm. It's more than a tingle, it's way more than tingle. Oh, remember when we were kids and we had that jokey thing where you shake hands and ahh that thing (hand buzzer)? It's like that but intensified the higher you go with the levels."

Wow, so she really tested it out at different levels.

She really must care about her pooch!

Hope your arm is okay, Eva! LOLz!

[Image via WENN.]

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21 comments to “Eva Mendes Tested Dog Shock Collar On Herself!!”

  1. Dina says – reply to this


    This isn't news, it is actually in the instructions of dog shock collars for you to test on yourself (arm) before putting it on your pet.

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    The instructions for most shock collars also say that you should NEVER use them for aggression. Shocking a dog when he is exhibiting aggressive behavior only makes it worse.

  3. WillowWynde says – reply to this


    If she were educated and loved Hugo as much as she says she does, she’d realize that a shock collar is cruel and doesn’t work. She needs to treat the aggression with leash and obedience training.

  4. 4

    Maybe she should find a dog trainer to help with these issues. Shock collars are unnecessary and cruel.

  5. 5

    Re: WillowWyndeRe: JessicaRevell – Shock collars are only cruel if used improperly. But I agree that she should find a dog trainer to help her. (they are called dog trainers, but really it is the owners who need the training!)

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    Re: rosebud99 – I beg to differ. Shocking your dog into submission is not acceptable! There are many different avenues that she could explore instead.

  7. 7

    Re: JessicaRevell – It is not about submission. Maybe I should mention that I have working dogs. Their behavior needs precision. But I can't see using a collar on a pet who simply needs proper socialization.

  8. Danielle says – reply to this


    It's clearly not the best way to deal with your pet… But i don't think is cruel if you know how to use it…

  9. david says – reply to this


    Rx: cesar milan

  10. Thinkingdog trainer says – reply to this


    You stupid woman, and some of you with the stupid comments! Cesar is not the answer, intimidation is not the answer, submission is not the answer, and a shock collar is most definitely NOT the answer. She needs Victoria Stillwell! It's too late for socialization which must be done properly by 18 wks or it won't happen without a lot of work. Aggression begets aggression! This dog will only get worse instead of better unless she finds help from a positive dog trainer ASAP.

  11. PHARO PHARO says – reply to this



  12. Be-Atch says – reply to this


    Old COKEHEAD has NOvbrain left…does stupid things……

  13. Be-Atch says – reply to this


    She is ugly, and needs a dog ’round to show she is not a dog….ole cokehead…..l

  14. ladydi says – reply to this


    Good for her! As an animal advocate I believe you should know what you are subjecting your furry friend to.
    My neighbor has an electric fence and his dog has a shock collar. It completely changed her personality…and not for the better. :(
    The dog that rescued me didn't need that. I trained her to obey boundaries by shaking at her a soda pop can (notice the lack of endorsement?) with 5 pennies in it followed by a loud "NO". It worked.
    In return she trained me to give her table scraps with her huge, brown doe eyes. Guilt. She was a Jewish Australian Border Collie.
    It's only fair.

  15. 15

    We got one of these for our English Pointer, but the kind we got you can choose between the shock or a very high pitched unpleasant sound that only the dog can hear. Rex used to whine and cry when we put him in his cage on the apartment balcony to run errands and of course the neighbors complained, so we had to use something like the collar, or get rid of the dog, that is the choice our landlord gave us.

  16. ladydi says – reply to this


    @teeter totter.
    Either be canine-less or move to a more canine friendly enviornment.
    You are killing the spirit of that dog.
    They have feelings too.

  17. WillowWynde says – reply to this


    Re: rosebud99 – Shock collars are cruel and unnecessary. Period. The dog should have been socialized and trained when it was young in order to prevent the problems it’s exhibiting now. With patience, time, and the help of someone who actually knows what he or she is doing, the aggression problem can be solved. I’ve worked with dogs for 25 years and have never had to use cruel methods to achieve desired results.

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    What Perez didn't explain in the story is how Eva first explained that she got this dog because it was professionally TRAINED to be an ATTACK dog. She keeps the dog only at her house as a means of protection. This is a working dog, as many Belgian Malinois are. This dog is doing a job for her but has to be controlled to keep from what it is trained to do and what comes very easily naturally for this breed of dog, that is to protect. Getting it trained to not be aggressive is ridiculous. She is not trying to stop the dogs aggressiveness, just trying to control it. I also own a Belgian Malinois that was not trained to attack, but like she said, being protective completely comes naturally to this breed. My dog is a large ball of energy but a very playful friendly dog that barks like a fiend whenever strange people come near. I think she's doing exactly what she should do to keep the dog from killing small animals in her backyard.

  19. WillowWynde says – reply to this


    Re: katbaleu – This woman is an idiot. She owns an attack dog that she does not know how to control (the reason probably being she doesn’t dedicate the time and energy the dog requires). Because of this, she is experiencing unwanted behavior and is ignorantly punishing the dog on outward symptoms instead of addressing the inner motivations. I don’t care if the dog is a trained assassin, she does not need to use a shock collar! What she needs is a good trainer to teach her how to work with the dog by using a leash, socialization, and establishing dominance with the dog. Most dogs, not just Belgian Malinois, feel protective of their owners due to the fact their owners do not establish dominance, thus the dog feels the need to protect what they perceive as weak.

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    WW - everyone here keeps assuming Ms. Mendes is keeping this dog as a pet. If you'd seen the interview and not just read the extremely sensationalized version here, you'd know that she talked about how she spent 2 years working with a trainer to have this dog be her personal attack/guard dog. The dog does not leave her house, because it's soul purpose is to be on guard. In the interview she talked about how she had to work with a trainer to learn the special hand gesture and word she uses to command the dog to attack.

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    One of the side effects of an attack dog is that they may want to attack wild animals that come onto to property they are protecting. Ms. Mendes wants her dog simply keep its killer instincts but just use it on any possible intruders, hence the shock collar. Allot of people are very quick to judge and are assuming so many things here that have nothing to do with the actual situation. She tested it onherelf and using it the way it's suppose to be used, which is safely and with very little pain. She said it works perfectly and does stop the dog from killing wild animals too.