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    Dog Park Attendant ZeusCsmommy's Avatar
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    Default Re: Family Photos with Tank :)

    what a handsome boy... is that a choke chain???

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeusCsmommy View Post
    what a handsome boy... is that a choke chain???
    No, its a prong collar we use for training.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amelson19933 View Post
    No, its a prong collar we use for training.
    Does it work well with training. Is it so he doesn't pull or all training in general. Zeus pulls really hard when we walk him. But I think that would hurt him since he pulls so hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeusCsmommy View Post
    Does it work well with training. Is it so he doesn't pull or all training in general. Zeus pulls really hard when we walk him. But I think that would hurt him since he pulls so hard.
    We use it for walking and training. We got it after taking him to obedience school. The trainer told us not to use a harness with him. They said because of the breed, with the harness on his instinct is to pull. The prong collar they said works better than the standard collar because it puts even pressure all over the neck instead of in one localized spot and acts as a correction since it feels like another dog is "biting" his neck when he pulls. (she said that if he pulls to hard on a standard collar he may put too much pressure on his trachea and make it collapse which scared the crap out of me lol) but he does really well with it on. He turns into a different dog with it on and it doesn't give him any pain or discomfort (we tried it on our arm to see if it would hurt before we bought it)

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