Taking your dog for a walk with just a normal collar or a choke chain can be very frustrating, especially if your dog loves pulling and is restless during walks. Prong collars are far much better for training and keeping dogs from unwanted behavior, such as pulling, tugging and knee-jerking. Contrary to popular belief that prong collars are cruel and ruthless, the prongs are designed not to injure or puncture the dog’s skin, but to create slight discomfort that will dissuade the canine from misbehaving. With a prong collar, you are also not likely to exert too much force when puling the leash, as is the case with normal collars and choke chains. Here are the best prong collars.
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Herm Sprenger Pet Training Collar for Dogs
The Herm Sprenger training collars are at the top of the pack and this particular collar is no exception. The steel construction is chrome plated to make it rust resistant, which allows it to be used in all weather conditions. It features prongs that are evenly spread throughout the collar to distribute pressure across the dog’s neck. The ends of the prongs are also rounded to prevent them from puncturing the dog’s skin. It comes with a quick release design that utilizes the HS Scissor Snap that allows you to easily release the dog and to fasten the collar for a snugly fit around the neck. It is available in various sizes, but you can still increase its size by attaching additional links to the D-ring located at the top of the collar.
Herm Sprenger Chrome Prong Collar with Pawmark Buckle
This Herm Sprenger martingale collar features a new and improved design that utilizes a metal chrome buckle, instead of the ultra-plus fastener plate for easy installation of the collar around the dog’s neck. The buckle features chrome rivets that are held together by latigo leather straps, which gives it a new and fresh look from the usual all-chrome finish. It is made from durable steel with chrome plating to make it durable and rust resistant. It also features evenly distributed prongs to spread out the pressure equally across the neck. The rounded tips on the prongs also help prevent puncturing of the dog’s skin, when too much pressure is applied. The links can be added or removed for snugly fit on the neck.
Herm Sprenger Ultra-Plus Prong Dog Training Collar, 3.2mm x 23”
The Herm Sprenger features a patented center plate with prongs symmetrically placed to ensure there is even distribution of pressure throughout the neck for optimal communication. The prongs are slightly angled with rounded tips to prevent rapturing of the dog’s skin. It also features a solid fastener plate that offers secure connection, while making it easier to fasten and release the dog. It is available in multiple sizes, but you can still adjust its size for a snugly fit by adding or removing individual links. It is made from high quality steel and chrome plated to make it durable.
Herm Sprenger Ultra-Plus Prong Dog Training Collar, 3.0mm x 18”
This prong collar comes with a generous size that can fit up to an 18 inch neck straight out the box. It however gives you the choice to adjust the collar size for a custom fit of your dog’s neck by simply adding or removing individual links. It is constructed with safety precautions in mind to keep you and your mutt safe from injury. The prongs are slightly angled and rounded at the end to prevent puncturing through the dog’s skin. The prongs are also symmetrically placed to distribute the pressure throughout the neck to prevent injury. It is made from durable steel with a chrome finish that makes it very durable for long lasting performance.
Herm Sprenger Ultra-Plus Pet Pinch Collar, 3.2mm x 23”
To round up our list of the best dog prong collars is this Herm Sprenger masterpiece that boasts of a durable rust resistant stainless steel construction and a swivel leash attachment that prevents twisting and tangling of the leash when you go for a walk. The interlocking links are removable and can be reinstalled back, which allows you to increase or reduce the circumference of the collar to comfortably accommodate your dog. The prongs are slightly beveled and feature rounded tips to prevent puncturing the dog. The prongs are also distributed symmetrically throughout the centerplate to distribute the pulling pressure across the whole neck.