Privacy Policy Statement

The privacy of our visitors is extremely important to us. This privacy policy describes the types of personal information collected by Dog Shock Training and how it’s used.

What Data do we Store?

We store your information when registering to our newsletter and/or when you fill out a form. When you register for the feeds of our website, as appropriate, you may be asked to enter your email address and your name. However, you may also visit our web site anonymously.

What We Use Your Stored Data For

We may use your personally identifiable information to inform you about news, marketing or promotional material. However, we will never use any information if we don’t believe it could help you.

Logfiles

As many other site operators, we make use of logfiles. Such files simply log site visitors – usually a common procedure for hosting companies and a part of their analytics. The data inside the logfiles includes internet protocol addresses, browser type, internet service provider, date/timestamp, referring and exit pages and optionally the number of clicks. The information can be used to analyze trends, administer the site, follow user’s movement around the site and gather demographic information.

Cookie Usage

Cookies are computer files with small amount of information, which may include an anonymous unique identifier. Cookies are forwarded to your browser from a website and saved on the computer hard drive.
We make use of “cookies” to collect information about visitors, to save user information on which pages he/she accesses, and to customize our webpage content based upon visitor browser type or other data. If you wish to disable cookies, you should be able to do so via the browser options. Detailed information on cookie management with different browsers will be explained at the browsers’ respective sites.

Child Information

We think it is important to have added security for children on the internet. We stimulate parents and guardians to be online with their child to witness, take part in and/or check and guide their internet activity. We do not knowingly collect individual data from children under the age of 13. If a parent believes that Dog Shock Training saves personally identifiable data of someone under the age of 13, please let us know immediately and we will promptly delete that information from our files.

Privacy Policy Updates

Our privacy policy is effective as of January 17th, 2017 and will be effective except with regards to changes in its provisions in the future, which will then be in effect immediately when published on this exact page. We have the right to revise or refine our Privacy Policy at any time so you should check this privacy policy periodically.

Contact

You can e-mail us in case you have any questions about our Privacy Policy document (admin@dogshocktraining.com).