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    I used a prong collar on an extremely stubborn Australian Heeler, but I would never use one on a bulldog. IMO it could cause damage to their already compromised trachea area, and with all the loose skin it would take a lot of pull to get them to feel it. Training harness is the best option...

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    Oh My Gosh. I could never use this type of collar. Never. Weesie and I have always whipped (tapped) them on their nose if they get out of line. Now you just have to rattle the paper and they stop what they are doing. EB's are no different than raising kids. Some use choke collars and some use time out. Obviously we are the time outers and we spend most all of our time raising the boys. The boys listen to Weesie more than I do. I love these Bulldogs. But NO never on these collars or the death penalty....

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    Thanks all for your input. If we ever decide to go ahead & get this collar, we would NEVER use it as a choking/pulling tool. Only for it's intended use. Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    I have used these on many of occasion, not on my guys, there was not a need, but I worked at a dog daycare/training facility and all employees were taught how to use them as many clients brought their dogs in on them and we needed to know how to use them correctly when walking the dog into the play areas. When used correctly they are a fantastic training tool... not meant to be used for life, only to be used to train -- once trained it should not be used unless they revert back to the unwanted behavior

    Hey Christine are you familiar with the command collar that is basically the same design but made out of plastic and instead of metal prongs it uses plastic sort of shaped like a triangle that rest up against the neck but does not cut in so there is is no chance of cutting into the skin of the neck.
    Just wondering if you could achieve the same results. Thankfully I don't need this for my two knuckleheads.

    Amazon.com : Don Sullivan Perfect Dog Command Collar with Extra Links and DVD, Large : Pet Training Collars : Pet Supplies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella and Dozers Dad View Post
    Hey Christine are you familiar with the command collar that is basically the same design but made out of plastic and instead of metal prongs it uses plastic sort of shaped like a triangle that rest up against the neck but does not cut in so there is is no chance of cutting into the skin of the neck.
    Just wondering if you could achieve the same results. Thankfully I don't need this for my two knuckleheads.

    Amazon.com : Don Sullivan Perfect Dog Command Collar with Extra Links and DVD, Large : Pet Training Collars : Pet Supplies
    Aware of them, but have no experience with them. I would imagine they would have same results
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    a friend of mine sent away for that Don Sullivan stuff. It is a piece of junk-a plastic collar that you can get in Petco,and a piece of nylon rope.Oh and the dvd. She paid over $100 dollars for it. Got $2 worth of stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Manydogs View Post
    a friend of mine sent away for that Don Sullivan stuff. It is a piece of junk-a plastic collar that you can get in Petco,and a piece of nylon rope.Oh and the dvd. She paid over $100 dollars for it. Got $2 worth of stuff.
    Ouch, that's a lot of money. Thanks for the heads up Lynn.

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