Sprenger Choke Collars: Communication Between Human and Dog

Speak the Language Your Dog Understands

Every dog instinctively obeys authority. This can be the alfa-leader of a dog band or a human. The instinct makes the dog find out the hierarchy relations in a given community. So when they are aware of their hierarchy status, it brings them piece and makes their world more stable. Entering a new community, a dog automatically defines the leader.

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To show the dog its place in the family, to give instructions of what is allowed and what is prohibited is not the owner's - the leader's task. During this process, it is very important to foresee the dog's actions.

Modern Dog Education Principles

Let's go beyond the popular principle of encouraging the good and punishing for the bad, lets study other dog education methods. As you know, dogs never use human punishment elements, they teach the junior community members by roaring, body language and touching.

Note: you will never see junior claim for an upper position in a natural environment, ignored is nothing, it is controlled instead!

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"Biting" with the help of a training collar. The most effective kind of training collars for dogs is a choke collar. If you use it correctly, it will be close to the biting of dog's mother who is teaching its pup or a senior community member warning against misbehavior and finally the choke collar will help you to control the ones who claim for an upper position.

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Before you use a choke collar, you should study all impact methods relevant for every case when such a collar is used. Then study how the choke collar is put on correctly. You better choose the ultimate link thickness, the spikes' ends should be placed so that they don't harm the dog's skin. Herm Sprenger collars can be divided into parts, which allow to put them on like a necklace.

Surely you should put the collar through the head in order not to harm the dog's eyes.

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Note: if you see that you can easily put on the choke collar through your dog's head, this means the size of the collar is wrong!

Usage: key to success is the right usage of the choke collar. Attach a leash to the collar to combine two most important training elements: the choke collar and your hand. All dogs are very sensitive to touching, it is a natural part of their communication. Learn to touch your dog in a right way through the collar to achieve difference impact. Your dog will surely see you as a community leader! The chain collar allows you to say "No!" to misbehavior in the dogs' language.

Please do not pull the dog in the needed direction by the leash, just let it know which way is wrong, give it the movement tempo. Using the needed impact intense you can actually communicate with your dog. It is niot the leash that teaches the right direction, it is the collar.

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Herm Sprenger chain collars are recommended and licensed by authority dog trainers. If they don't work for you, you should find a trainer that will cope with it or ask an expert.

Demonstration: most professionals place the dog next to their left leg. There are many theories for this. If the choke collar is fixed firmly on the dog, this means there is no certain place where your dog and you should be. After you start using collars with quick-release buckles, there is no right or wrong place for it on your dog's neck. All that counts is, the collar shouldn't be too loose or too tight. Do not put on the choke collar with their spikes out. It is false that the dog feels the collar only when the owner pulls the leash. It picks and can harm your dog if you use it wrong.

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