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Coastal Pet Chrome-Plated Chain Choke Training Dog Collar, 20-Inches by 3.3 mm Heavy Links ,1-Pack
- 3.3 mm, 20" inch, Training Link Dog Collar
- Argon welded, and chrome plated chain
- Chain provides maximum strength, and durability
- Titan chain will not tarnish, rust, or break
- Collar is to be used when training your dog
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3.3 mm, 20" inch, Training Link Dog Collar. This quality chain is argon welded, and chrome plated for maximum strength, and durability. Titan chain will not tarnish, rust, or break. This collar is to be used when training your dog.
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I have been hesitant to buy one of these collars ever since we got him about 4 months ago. I didn't like the way they looked, and I didn't want walks to be stressful for my dog, so I put off getting one despite recommendations from some experienced dog owners. We went to obedience class when he was younger, and yes it helped, but he would still get a wild hair and start pulling if he wanted to check something out, which was all the time. Good luck if it was a person or another dog. Or worse, a person walking with another dog!
We tried a couple of no-pull harnesses, and even a martingale collar, but they only had a minor effect on the pulling.
I'm a big guy, and it was getting difficult for me to hold him back if he started pulling, let alone my 5' tall wife. The dog is as big as she is if he stands up.
So I gave in and got one of these just to see if it helped.
When it arrived, I put it on my neck just to see what I was subjecting my dog to, and surprisingly, it wasn't all that bad. The points are not sharp at all, and they're spaced out enough that it's uncomfortable but not painful. It's like the bed of nails effect; enough points to distribute the pressure but not be pokey.
The next day my wife tested it on a walk, and she said it worked like a charm. I was still hesitant, but I tried it after that and I couldn't believe how well it worked. He walked perfectly on that walk and on every one since having this. He pulls just a little if he reaaallly wants to sniff something. But if we need to keep moving I pull only slightly and he knows it's time to go. 90% of the time it hangs loose around his neck, and only when he starts getting ahead of us or goes off the path does it start to tighten. It doesn't seem to bother him much, and he learned super quick that pulling meant discomfort, and walking alongside us meant treats and "good boys". I plan on using this for a while until he gets a little older and is more used to the idea that going for a walk means calmly walking along with us.
A couple of notes to consider if you're planning on getting this too,
I still put a harness on him so I have a handle in the event he is suddenly excited and tries to fully lunge forward. It would leave the realm of discomfort and enter pain if he tried that purely on this collar and that is not what it is for, and not what I want for my dog.
It is easier and safer to flip it inside out for getting it on and off, rather than trying to get the prongs past your dog's eyes.
I may still get the little rubber caps just for extra safety. Others have said they negated the effectiveness to some degree so I may wait until he's already used to it then put the caps on and see if it makes a difference.
This collar really does work though. I couldn't believe what a difference it made. We can go for longer, more pleasant walks now rather than a 20 minute tug-of-war session haha
Though I was hesitant, I'm glad we got this.
My boy is a 70 lb hodgepodge of enthusiasm and muscle. The various breeds going on in his ancestry (including pit breeds) tend to increase his strength and tolerance to irritations. This collar makes him pause and listen---without him showing any signs of pain or even serious discomfort. That's all I needed! Walks are now highly successful and for the first time ever when we were travelling I was able to cross a busy gas station parking lot without him bounding off to greet someone. My 9-year old daughter can now walk him, as can my disabled father.
On the negative side, this collar doesn't do much to help his image. He's a big, brown, wiggly bit of mush. But he looks like a junkyard dog and the collar enhances that. On the positive side, I don't worry much about being mugged.