Herm Sprenger Snap Prong Dog Collar

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Product Summary:

Herm Sprenger Snap Prong 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
  • Solid fastener plate
  • Scissor snap
  • 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 1¼"W (3.8mm)

Sizing instructions: Collar should fit snugly just below the dog’s ears. Measure the circumference of dog's neck and add one inch.

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
14 Inch 100205 814 6423H 075562643422
18 Inch 100205 818 6421H 075562642197
20 Inch 100205 820 6425H 075562642593
22 Inch 100205 822 6427H 075562642791

Product Reviews by Customers

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Audrey N on Oct 20, 2018
I hear Herm Sprenger is a good brand, I have a 50 LB Olde English Bulldogge that's aggressive, I need a reliable collar that's going to keep him in line
Gloria D on Aug 22, 2018
franchise requirement tool
Audrey N on Oct 20, 2018
price was right and product was in stock in right size
Dorothy C on Aug 28, 2018
I hear Herm Sprenger is a good brand, I have a 50 LB Olde English Bulldogge that's aggressive, I need a reliable collar that's going to keep him in line
Gloria D on Aug 22, 2018
training purposes per The Dog Trainer from Ceasar Milan
tatiana k on Aug 9, 2018
It had the best price that I could find :)
Charles D on Jul 17, 2018
Best training collar available. It's effective and humane.
Diane G on Jul 12, 2018
trainer recomended it
terry h on Jul 8, 2018
I have used this collar for years and it works great for my energetic dog.
Tom E on May 31, 2018
I have arthritis in my hand. This snap prong is easy for me. Very well made.
Regina S on May 22, 2018
It was recommended by our long term trainer.
Jeffrey B on May 20, 2018
love these
Dana G on Mar 9, 2018
SUGGESTED BY DOG TRAINER
ENEIDA C on Feb 19, 2018
If used correctly, these are good training collars to teach headstrong dogs to heel. A quick pop on the leash, not a sustained pulling on the leash is all that is required to remind your dog to use proper manners during leash walking. In most cases, if the owner is trained to use the collar properly, training the dog is easy!
Myra C on Jan 30, 2018
Training
James D on Jan 21, 2018
for client unable to use the traditional collar
Alice B on Jan 15, 2018
Great training aid
Rolland C on Dec 17, 2017
We are training a young golden retriever and our trainer recommended this collar as we were having trouble with the non-quick-release collar.
Suzanne S on Dec 12, 2017
training dogs
Jose V on Dec 4, 2017
trusted quality product
Gena D on Dec 2, 2017
Was suggested by K9 Trainer.
David K on Nov 28, 2017
Recommended by dog trainer; because she does not like the longer prongs on the larger collar, she recommended the 14-inch collar and extra links bought separately, for a collar large enough to fit a large dog, but with shorter prongs. Her experience tells her that the shortest prongs - those found on the 14-inch collar - are sufficient for the large dogs.
Jeanmarie H on Nov 13, 2017
My dog likes to pull when being walked; neighbor suggested this item.
Sue K on Oct 30, 2017
Good Quality
Donna H on Oct 18, 2017
Quality
Ebb T on Sep 20, 2017
I need a training tool to assist me
Allyson B on Aug 28, 2017
We have a 6 mo. old Rottweiler and her trainer recommended this brand of collar and this website. Our puppy pulls a great deal. When we tried this collar on her in class it made a big difference so we want to get one right away.
Tita B on Jul 26, 2017
trainer wanted e to get it and it has a clasp
Cherylene A on Jul 23, 2017
I chose this item due to the ratings and the fact that it seems easier to remove and put on due to the clasp.
Kimberly S on Jul 18, 2017
For training purposes
Chad L on Jul 17, 2017
Training for puppy.
Vern L on Jul 8, 2017
great for strong pullers
Jeremy D on Jun 20, 2017
I am training an out of control 14month old husky. Leash respect was non-existent. This immediately put some control on the situation and now I can alternate between it and a normal collar and we are finally able to train without me having to do any pulling. She corrects herself and even when on a regular collar has learned to do as if still wearing the prong collar.
Heidi S C on Jun 17, 2017
"I am a professional trainer. Using the Herm Sprenger pinch collar is one way to teach owners of strong, out-of-control dogs, to keep everyone safe. A great training aid when used under supervision. Quality name."
Phyllis T on Jun 11, 2017
Dog traning
Carrie C on May 29, 2017
This prevents my dog from pulling so hard on the leash that he chokes himself.
G. Derrick H on May 24, 2017
Recommended to me for my English Setter pup who pulls constantly. Martingale didn't work so hoping this will.
Nyerie A on Apr 12, 2017
Good name in prong collars
Geoff M on Apr 8, 2017
To help train my daughters dog!!
Jennifer G on Mar 27, 2017
recommended by the breeder for my shepherd who just needs a little bit of correction on the leash
Susan R on Jan 26, 2017
Recommended by a trainer
Heather L on Jan 13, 2017
best price I could find for hm collar!!
AMY H on Jan 11, 2017
price, quality
Les M on Dec 2, 2016
same as above
Patricia L J on Nov 28, 2016
quality and price
Chuck S on Nov 15, 2016
training my dog
Jerry B on Nov 1, 2016
training purpose
Anna L on Oct 28, 2016
Because all police/Military K9 units use these, because they don't rust (unless its in salt water) and the links are spotwelded for better use
David P on Oct 22, 2016
Trainer gave us one but needed a bigger size.
Denise M on Oct 13, 2016
I have heard great reviews about the product
Michelle W on Oct 12, 2016
because i couldnt find it anywere else.
Aleksandar M on Sep 22, 2016
price was right and product was in stock in right size
Dorothy C on Aug 28, 2018
training purposes per The Dog Trainer from Ceasar Milan
tatiana k on Aug 9, 2018
is the 22 inch collar's prongs heavy-duty? 3.8 - 4.0mm? Or are they same thickness as the 14", 18", and 20"?
Jay R on Dec 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't say heavy duty, but definitely heavier. I have the 20 and the 22. It's a super nice collar.
for a 17 inch neck would I get the 18 inch collar. and an 18 inch for a an 18 inch neck?
A shopper on Nov 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You can measure your dog's neck and add 1 inch. So if your dog has a 17 inch neck the 18 inch collar should work. If your dog has an 18 inch neck you would be better off getting the 20 inch collar. The good thing is if its too small you can get some extra links to add to the collars size.

On you tube you can type in the search bar: How to properly fit a prong collar- Chicago Dog Training. It wouldn't let me add the link but they offer a good video for how a proper fit should look.

Your collar will go on a little differently because you have the snap release but it should still look fitted the same way.
My dog's neck measures 17". What is better--adding 2.25mm links to his original 14" prong collar or purchasing an 18" collar with 3mm links?
A shopper on Jan 31, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I found that the thicker and wider the prongs are the better dog tolerates it. I have put a wide prongs on a smaller breed after removing enough links, the dog did not mind it at all, but stopped pulling immediately. So, I would recommend a larger collar. Just make sure you do not let the leash drag, so a dog does not accidentally steps on it and hurts itself and receives the wrong correction.
can you add links?
A shopper on Jun 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes and remove as well

Important - be sure your leash is also connected to a conventional collar so the leash clasp goes thru the regular collar and the sprenger.

If the latch on the sprenger releases due to the dog shaking or if someone pets the dog it can be released and you have a runaway pooch!!!
Does the quick release come open by it self?
Cathy S on May 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have never had that happen. It is designed so that you have to press firmly and accurately to release the clip. I think it's reliable. The only problem I have with this design is that sometimes the quick release clips gets jammed in the hole at the end of links. However that was many years ago. I haven't had it happen in a while, so they may have corrected the design. I personally prefer the standard design.
Where on the dog’s neck shoud I measure?
A shopper on May 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I would measure Jazmyn st behind the ears.,you want the collar high on the neck for the most control. You want it to fit snug but not tight. The collar should not be hanging off the neck but not be punching either when not in use
Is there a video?
A shopper on Mar 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: i would not try to learn this from a video. You could really screw up your dog. get with a reliable trainer that understands motivational training methods
Are the prongs polished so they won't scratch my dog's neck?
A shopper on May 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: No they don't scratch. I got this for my dog a year and a half ago and it has been a lifesaver. A regular collar would never work with my Great Dane. I am so happy with my purchase. Collar also still looks brand new.
Does this have a quick release?
A shopper on Apr 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes it does, and it is very easy to use. I'm very happy with it.
Is the prong rounded?
A shopper on Jul 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I train dogs through Oh My Dog Training out of South Dakota. And yes, the prongs are rounded. They're not just cut off with sharp edges. My dogs are Great Danes and can wear them all day if I wanted them to. I have not had a dog have irritation with their metal against fur and I also have not seen these ones change the dogs' fur color to gray or anything else. There's NOTHING like a Hermes Sprenger!
What is it made of?
Lisa R on Apr 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Our Herm Prenger collar is made of chrome plated high quality German steel. Our dog "Muttley" has been using the same one for walks going on 2 yrs. It shows no sign of wear & appears to be as good as new. The beauty of this collar is that he doesn't tug on it like with conventional collars. He walks close beside me, is totally relaxed and with slight leash gestures we walk where I want and not where he tugs. Great collar at a great price at 1800petsupplies.com! To learn how great this collar truly is, I recommend watching Jeff Gellman at SolidK9Training
What is the difference between the Herm Sprenger prong snap collar and just the regular Herm Spenger prong collar?
Kelly M on Sep 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It has a quick release. Alot easier to take one and off.
is this the original herm sprenger? & is it really made in Germany?
A shopper on Jun 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes this is the legitimate Herm Sprenger collar and yes it is made in Germany.