Choosing Dog Collars

Dog collars together with leads are tools used to gain control over dogs during training or walks. They are also used to hold identification tags that provide contact information of dog owners.
When choosing
dog collars, proper fit is important. A dog collar that is not too loose and not too tight should have a gap that allows exactly two fingers to be slipped in between the collar and the dog’s neck.
Buckle collars are suitable for most dogs. They are made of materials like nylon or leather and come in many colors and designs. You can have fun choosing a dog collar that matches your dog’s personality or the color of its coat.

 Training collars are used only for training sessions. If put on correctly, the collar instantly tightens to apply pressure when you pull the lead and then automatically releases when you relax. If worn incorrectly, the collar will not release automatically.

Head collars or halters help to improve dogs’ bad behavior such as tugging. A head collar or halter is worn at the top of the dog’s neck and loops around the muzzle. The lead is attached to a ring at the bottom of the muzzle loop. It works in a way that when the lead is tightened, light pressure is applied on the dog’s muzzle and the back of the neck. The pressure will redirect the dog’s head towards you and away from where it is pulling.

Harnesses are designed to strap around the dog’s chest and ribcage. They prevent choking on the hard pulling dog and give you more control than conventional dog collars.


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