Titan Dog Prong Training Collar

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Titan® Dog Prong Training Collar
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  • Chrome prong training collar is safe, practical and easy to use for effective training.

  • Symmetrical prong placement provides natural contact for optimal communication.

  • Great for walking strong pullers, large dogs, obedience training and behavior correction.

  • Blunt prongs do not cause pain or harm. Replacement links available to increase collar size.

  • Covered by Coastal's Satisfaction Guarantee.

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Description

The Titan Training Prong Collar is electric welded and chrome plated for maximum strength and durability. It will not tarnish, rust or break. Featuring a link closure style, prong links unfasten for easy collar placement and removal. Extra links and vinyl comfort tips are available. Available in 2.0 mm x 14", 3.0mm x 18", 3.3 mm x 20" and 4.0 mm x 22". Chain training prong collars are safe, effective training tools with proper use. They are not to be used for tie out.

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Safe, effective dog training tools with proper use.

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Customer Reviews

Rose Herrera - Nov 30 2021

Titan Prong collar thoughts...

It is unfortunate for me to say that I believe the level of quality and craftsmanship has slipped a bit. I recently bought a new prong collar and after comparing it to my last titan collar it left me disappointed to say the least. The spot welding is the most obvious difference. Prongs seem to be less resistant in the new collar indicating a change in recipe for the manufacturing of the metal used. The swivel and ring (which I have always considered one of the most important functions) do not rotate smooth as the connection still has burrs from manufacturer. The collar does function but â??bindsâ? at the first prong link from time to time which causes the need to pause for readjustment. I would hope more attention be placed on quality control in the future regarding the welding and smoothing of accessories regarding the smooth operation of a device many depend on day in and day out.