• Model: HS1##1013 51012 (02) Choke Collar

Boxer Training Choke Collar - 1/9 inch (3.00 mm)

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Boxer Chain Slip Collar for Walking and Training

Are you looking for a simple, easy in use and good quality collar for your Boxer? Then buy this Boxer Chain Slip Collar. This Chain Collar will help you to control your dog while walking. It is made of nickel and chrome plated steel for durability. Chrome plated steel is resistant against rust, tarnish, or breakage. It is easy in use and keeping.

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Dog training choke collar

Dog training choke collar

Key features of this Dog Collar:

  • Chrome-plated and argon-welded
  • Strong and unbreakable
  • Rust and tarnish-free
  • Easy to use

Intended use of this Dog Collar:

  • Training
  • Simple walking

Sizes available:

  • 3mm on 45cm/18"
  • 3mm on 50cm/20"
  • 3mm on 55cm/22"
  • 3mm on 60cm/24"
  • 3mm on 65cm/26"
  • 4mm on 60cm/24 inch
  • 4mm on 70cm/28 inch
  • 4mm on 75cm/30 inch

Material:

  • Chrome plated steel
Sizes available Dog's neck size
16 inch (40 cm) will do for your dog with neck size of 13-14 inch (33-35 cm)
18 inch (45 cm) will do for your dog with neck size of 15-16 inch (38-40 cm)
20 inch (50 cm) will do for your dog with neck size of 17-18 inch (43-45 cm)
22 inch (55 cm) will do for your dog with neck size of 19-20 inch (48-50 cm)
24 inch (60 cm) will do for your dog with neck size of 21-22 inch (53-55 cm)
26 inch (65 cm) will do for your dog with neck size of 23-24 inch (58-60 cm)
28 inch (70 cm) will do for your dog with neck size of 25-26 inch (63-65 cm)
30 inch (75 cm)  will do for your dog with neck size of 27-28 inch (68-70 cm)

Surprisingly, a large number of dog owners who use chain collars on their dogs do not know the most effective way to use them. When placed properly and you put it on the leash, the collar should tighten and immediately loosen, so only a simple correction is made.

Steps for proper placement:

1. Sit your dog down in front of you, facing you.

2. Push the chain through one of the O-rings at the end of the collar until the two "Os" meet.

3. Hold collar in both hands so that it makes the letter P to you (as in "puppy").

4. Slip the collar over your dog's head through the open part of the P.

5. Attach the leash to the end ring that does not have the collar sliding through it.

6. From the O-ring attached to the leash the chain links should run through the second O-ring, over the dog's neck, under his throat, and back to the second O-ring. You can tell if the collar is not placed correctly if the chain links come from under the dog's neck and through the second O-ring rather than through the O-ring and then over the neck.

7. Try it out. When you give a short correction and the collar is placed properly, the chain should loosen right after you cease putting pressure on it.

When a chain or slip collar is not placed properly and you pull it on the leash end, the collar does not loosen immediately. This means your dog is getting constant correction, even when he has done nothing wrong. The tightening of the collar becomes meaningless to him.

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