Titan Dog Prong Training Collar with One-Handed Quick Release Snap

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Titan® Dog Prong Training Collar with One-Handed Quick Release Snap
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The Titan® Chain Dog Prong Training Collar with One-Handed Quick Release Snap is electric welded and chrome plated for maximum strength and durability. Read complete description

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The Titan® Chain Dog Prong Training Collar with One-Handed Quick Release Snap is electric welded and chrome plated for maximum strength and durability. It will not tarnish, rust or break. There is no need to fasten or unfasten links to remove the training collar from your dog. Extra links and vinyl comfort tips are available for this training collar. Available in Fine 2.0 mm x 14". medium 3.0 mm x 18", heavy 3.3 mm x 20" and x-heavy 4.0 mm x 22". Chain training 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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The point of using prongs

Prong collars, also called pinch collars, area series of metal links that fit together by connecting through blunt prongs that point inward toward the dog's neck. The martingale chain loop provides limited closure and allows the prongs to safely distribute the "pinching action" around the dog's neck and not damage the trachea. The collar is designed to prevent the dog from pulling by applying pressure completely around the dog's neck. Unlike flat, martingale, or choke collars the prong protects the trachea as it distributes pressure evenly.
Argon welded chainElectric welded prongsRust-proofSuper strong pulling preventionSafe, effective training tools with proper use

What to know about chain collars

Choke chains (also called choke collars, slip chains, check collars, or training collars) are a length of chain with rings at either end such that the collar can be formed into a loop that slips over the dogs head and rests around the top of the dog's neck, just behind the ears. The "sound" a chain makes is very important when training a dog. The dog hears the "jingle" of the chain, feels the correction and subsequently reacts to it. This is part of the training process and the mystique associated with chain products.When the leash is attached to the "dead" ring, the collar does not constrict on the dog's neck. When the leash is attached to the "live" ring, the chain slips (adjusts) tighter when pulled and slips looser when tension is released. Training with this leash involves a quick jerk with an immediate release, called a "leash pop", "snap", or “correction".

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