Herm Sprenger Prong Collar

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Herm Sprenger Dog Collar

The Herm Sprenger prong collar is one of the most recognizable and popular names in obedience training tools. A safe and effective alternative to choker collars, it puts even pressure around the neck, about every half inch, pinching the skin in a band. This collar does not apply direct pressure to the trachea so you can train your dog with little or no tugging, jerking, or pulling. Made of high quality German steel and adjustable size, just add or remove the chrome plated links individually.

Features:


-Interlocking links, each link equipped with two blunt prongs

-Slips over dog’s head for easy on, easy off

-Slightly beveled, polished prong tips

-Easy to increase or decrease size

-Made in Germany

 

Sizes:

14”L X ¾”W (2.25mm)

18”L X 1”W (3mm)

20”L X 1”W (3.25mm)

22”L X 1 ¼”W (3.8mm)

Sizing instructions: Collar should fit snuggly just below the dog’s ears, measure the circumference of dog's neck and add 2"

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I have a Pure American Pitbull puppy, Im not a small man but he even pulls me around sometimes he takes off after random things, other dogs birds squirrels and for what ever reason he loves lizards ( we live in FL) , he does also jump up on people right now he is a puppy and most people don't mind it but I don't want him doing this when he is potentially 50-65 pounds.
Carlos G on Jan 5, 2016
It's a excellent quality training collar. We only use Herm Sprenger collars
Lisa H on Dec 24, 2015
was advised to get this product by my dogs trainer
Paul T on Dec 31, 2015
training puppy
Jennifer H on Dec 21, 2015
Is the 14 inch lightweight collar 1.75 mm?
A shopper on Jul 25, 2015
Best Answer: I don't know if the collar is 1.75 mm but I can tell you it works great for my beagle, Dolly, and our American fox hound, Maggie (who was the runt of the litter). Within a few hours of training they were walking on the leash and not pulling our arm out of it's socket :) Good luck!
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Two questions: I have a 40 lb. chow-what size should I get? And I am concerned that she will break loose (which has happened with a different prong collar) - what is the device called to connect the prong collar to the regular collar or leash?
Brianna L on May 10, 2015
Best Answer: I would go with the 18" it's a nice weight, I use that size on my German Shepherds, unless you need more of a correction then go with the 14" and purchase extra links to make it fit. It should fit so that when you pull on the leash it looks like the picture, you don't want those 2 pieces that the chain runs thru to hit the center ring, there should be a little chain showing during correction. Rule of thumb, less prongs=less correction, hope that makes sense. Herm Sprenger is (maybe the first prong collar?) the best made prong collar, never had a prong pop off EVER! It's worth a little extra, I have one that is well over 25 yrs. old and still in great shape.
Not sure what device that is, the leash connects to the swivel ring on the prong collar. I guess you could use a tab line to connect the two...but I've never used or needed one.
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can you get extra links as i have a german shepherd pup 6 mths old so she is going to grow ?
Thomas W on Oct 10, 2014
Best Answer: Yes! They are easy to put on. You can buy them at any time, but it's nice to have them when you need them!

Unrelated to the question, here is a bit of advice I got, and I share with you: When you use a prong collar, even a Sprenger, also keep a buckle collar on your dog and a connector cord between the two in case your prong collar should come undone. I used a piece of parachute cord, which I tied to the prong collar, and a scissor snap at the other end. When I use it, I simply snap the cord to my buckle collar.
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Hi, i have a very excitable, "Kangaroo hopping" pulling 1 1/2 Siberian Husky, I don't want to hurt him at all and Huskies are known to be "Drama Kings" so i don't want to be walking him and him yelping and acting like he's being hurt, do you think this would work for him? Thank you, Theresa H.
THERESA H on Mar 9, 2014
Best Answer: Absolutely. You shouldn't leave the house without it on. A few good quick, hard yanks (and releases) should begin to get the message across for him to walk properly. (i.e. there shouldn't be constant tugging, you want slack in the leash.) If it doesn't work immediately try again, harder. If you get a yelp, then you know you have his attention. Believe me, the dog is much tougher than you realize. Without a pinch collar, you have no leverage. I have been pulled down by big, strong dogs so I know the need to be in control and have stable footing. There should be no drama. You should ignore it if there is. You're in charge and you need to remember that. Just keep trying at each walk opportunity. Eventually you'll get the desired result if you don't give in. People think it's "cute" when they don't bother to train little dogs and they misbehave. Still they are easier to deal with. A big dog is an entirely different story.
Reply · Report · Barbara N on Mar 9, 2014
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what size collar for a 65 lb dog?
A shopper on Oct 6, 2015
Best Answer: The 20 inch collar I bought was too large for my young 55 lb. German Shepherd female. Not a problem, as I just removed one of the links and saved if she grows. I would go with the same size, and if it is too small you can buy another link to add. The collar is designed so it should stay high up by the dog's ears but not tight. It will not slip over the head, you undo a link to put it on. Btw, it works very well right away, but make sure you read how to use it properly.
Reply · Report · william c on Oct 6, 2015
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how long are the prongs?
Barbara H on Aug 8, 2015
Best Answer: They are. 1 1/2 in. Same as 18 but a bit thicker. If you aren't familiar with Herm Sprengers, I consider them to be the best. Smooth steel, sturdy. Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Brenda H on Aug 9, 2015
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Does the medium 18" have 3 mm prongs?
Leah P on Jun 11, 2015
Best Answer: 18”L X 1”W (3mm)
Reply · Report · Jen MStaff on Jun 11, 2015
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Are these the stainless steel 'inox' version? As I have a dog that is allergic to chrome plate.
A shopper on Oct 6, 2015
Best Answer: Collar mentions being made of high quality German steel but listing also does mention that the links are chrome plated.
Reply · Report · Jen MStaff on Oct 8, 2015
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My dog's neck is 13.5 inches, and she's still growing at 7 months old. What size collar should I get? Yes, I'm working with a trainer, and yes, I'm experienced with the use of a prong collar, but have never purchased one for a puppy.
A shopper on Sep 20, 2015
Best Answer: Well you may want to purchase the size 14 and possibly add a prong onto it. The collar should be an inch larger.
Reply · Report · Brenda SStaff on Sep 22, 2015
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My dog's neck measures 8" she is a small 8 pound mini schnauzer. Which size Herm Sprenger martingale prong collar should I get?
Sophie Rose on Jul 25, 2015
Best Answer: To measure for the collar size , you are supposed to measure the circumference of dog's neck and add 2". These come in size 14" and up, which may be too large for your dog.
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