Petco Chain Control Collar for Dogs

Toggle Chain Dog Training Collars feature chains that are the same tight link design as our normal chains but with the new toggle ends. The toggle allows you to put the Toggle Chain Dog Training Collars...

Prong collars are a series of chain links with blunted open ends turned towards the dog's neck

The prong or pinch collar is similar in style to the martingale. The control loop that the leash is attached to is made of chain. The loop that fits around your dog's neck is made of a series of fang-shaped metal links, or prongs, with blunted points. When the control loop is pulled, the prongs pinch the loose skin of your dog's neck.

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The prong collar is most often seen on large, muscular dogs. Two thirds of the collar is made of wide links that each have two blunt prongs that face toward the dog. This group of links is attached at either end to a loop of chain with two rings equidistant apart. If the leash is attached to both rings, the collar will not tighten when pulled. If the leash is hooked to only the first ring and the leash is pulled, the collar tightens and the prongs pinch the skin on the neck of the dog. Prong collars are not meant to be left on the dog when the owner is not actively training it. It is also called a “pinch collar” or “bite collar.”The GoldPup is a Cuban link dog collar that is unique and extremely strong. This collar has a double PVD gold plating finish that will never tarnish BeastChains® are custom fitted to your large dog's neck size for seamless results. Each of the collar's components are robust, handmade and carefully finished the USA. Using the popular and timeless Cuban link design, the SilverPup has a classic and amazing look. BeastChains® are guaranteed to last a lifetime and come with free shipping to the USA, Canada, U.K. and E.U. Toggle Chain Dog Training Collars feature chains that are the same tight link design as our normal chains but with the new toggle ends. The toggle allows you to put the Toggle Chain Dog Training Collars on your dog without sliding the collar over the dog's head. Simply place the collar around the dog's neck, insert the toggle through the ring, attach your leash to the toggle and you're ready to go. Manufactured in Germany by Herm Sprenger.

How do I measure my dog for the Toggle Chain Dog Training Collar?
Measure around your dog's neck, then add 2-3 inches. Select the chain size that is equal to or larger than this measurement. Chain sizes are based on overall length from the end-of-the-ring to end-of-the-toggle.

A leader in the dog training market, Herm Sprenger has been producing high quality products for many years. Made in Germany it is no surprise the company prides itself on high standards. Herm Sprenger only uses the finest materials to create products with high functionality and performance. The company manufactures collars, chain leashes, accessories and training products.Prong Collars (and often mistakenly referred to as Pinch Collars) are used for the same purposes as the choke collar, to "correct" the dog by using a quick snap and release of the leash followed by praise. The prong collar is actually far safer, and much gentler, than the choke training collar. Prong Collars are a series of chain links with blunted open ends turned towards the dog's neck. The design of the prong collar is such that it has a limited circumference unlike slip collars which do not have a limit on how far they can constrict on a dog's neck. The limited traction of the martingale chain combined with the angle of the prongs prevents the prongs moving close enough to pinch. The collar is designed to prevent the dog from pulling by applying pressure at each point against the dog's neck.