HS prong collar Neck-tech

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Code: 0850a and 0850b

Herman Sprenger Neck-tech pinch collar with quick release, stainless steel

Available in 2 lengths, 60 cms (a) and 48 cms (b). Links may be added or removed to adjust length

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HS prong collar Neck-tech

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Code: 0850A-A and 0850A-B

Herman Sprenger Neck-tech pinch collar with quick release, stainless steel

Available in 2 lengths, 60 cms (a) and 48 cms (b). Links may be added or removed to adjust length

Pinch collars must not be used if they have spikes or sharpened contact with the dog.

We will not supply any plated version due to the risk of cracking that could expose the animal to some degree of toxicity.

If a dog is fearful of any equipment then stop using it until their self confidence has developed.

Pinch collars are a contentious subject. It is therefore recommended that they are only ever used on the advice of experienced trainers (on ordering you will be asked for your commitment to only use under the instruction of an experienced trainer). They should never be used with aggressive or very nervous animals. Our research show they work best as a distraction interruption followed by a positive reward.

Leerburg, based in the USA is a top training kennel, and provides advice to official bodies. Their videos are available through a streaming service which we recommend, if only to broaden awareness. We have also provided a link to one of their forum on pinch collars that has responses covering all sides of the debate:
 
 
We would like to see an engineering examination of such collars, as it may be that they spread forces around the whole neck in a more equalised fashion compared to other collars. We don’t know this to be the case, but would like to see any comparative research you may have found.


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