Published at Friday, June 08th, 2018 - 17:44:30 PM. . By Nell Velez.
To sum up; whether you choose the collar or the harness, it is my opinion that thoughtful, gentle, yet thorough training in the early stages of your dogs life will lead to a happy and well-behaved dog that will not need drastic measures to be taken to control him in later life. I personally use a harness because I don’t think I would like someone to throw a rope around my neck and yank me here and there.
It is relatively easy to determine the length of training collar your dog needs. The appropriate size of the collar is the distance around the animals neck, plus 2-3 inches. Since training collars are usually made in even sizes, it may be necessary to round up to find the right size. When measuring, be sure to not make the tape measure too tight. The training collar will need to fit snugly, but not too tight. It is important that the pressure on the training collar be instantly relieved when the leash is slackened. If the training collar is too tight, the pressure will not be relieved when you loosen the leash. If the collar is too loose, on the other hand, it could accidentally slip off the dog when he lowers his head.
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