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A short list of people/dog teams that have benefited from the use of prong collars
  • Small people with large dogs.
  • Any person with a dog that seems calm but suddenly bursts into action in some circumstances.
  • People with dogs that are pullers. (dogs choke/gag on a slip collar or ignore a buckle collar)
  • Disabled people with limited strength or range-of-motion to properly 'snap' correct a dog wearing a slip collar. A light touch is all that is needed. Sometimes the collars are put into a cloth tube .
  • Person with dogs with damaged trachea or collapsing tracheas.
  • Person 'fine-tuning' a dog's responses to commands.
  • Bouncy puppies that are difficult to control in any other collars.
  • Walking more than one of these dogs at the same time - you don't want ride your belly like a skate board while 200 or 300 some pounds of Anatolian in a team or troika take off with you.
  • Walking a large protective dog at night in an area where the normally calm dog is walking high on his toes, ready to react before you are. He is on 'predator alert'.
A properly fitted choke chain is very important in training. It should be the size of the dogs neck plus 2 inches.
If your choke chain goes over your dogs head a little snug that's alright because most breed of dogs have a larger head than neck.
Now to put the choke chain on right drop the chain through either ring and make the letter P of the alphabet.
Now with you looking at the letter P slip it over your dogs head. With your dog on your left hand side if you pop up on the leash and release- the choke chain should also release the tension on the dogs neck.
If you are using a pinch collar remember it does not go over your dogs head, you must unhook it at a link in the collar then go around your dogs neck and hook the collar back together.
You can add or subtract links from a pinch collar to change sizes. A pinch collar should fit semi snug on your dog. If a pinch collar is fitted too loose it will not give an effective correction.

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