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Gorgeous boy I'm sure you know that's not the proper way to fit the prOng collar right ?
 

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nice video.
 

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Gorgeous boy I'm sure you know that's not the proper way to fit the prOng collar right ?
As soon as I saw the pic, I knew someone was going to say something. I was going to be surprised if no one did because I was ready to haha
 

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good lookin dog
 

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thanks guys i appreciate it the video i had no clue how to put it on properly..im not using this collar anymore.
 

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thanks guys i appreciate it the video i had no clue how to put it on properly..im not using this collar anymore.
There are plenty of great sturdy strong collars, leashes & harnesses out there. Stillwater have great prods you'll hear of commonly.

Be careful with any collar training tool if no one's shown you the proper technique. Harnesses are great to use for training.

Chokers & prongs come in handy for highly over bearing dogs but you really need a professional to help you, anyhow I choose not to use them :)

Again beautiful boy - I <3 his thin stripe on his nose
 

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I think he's a beauty... A little porky but that's his name so he needs to live up right lol... Prong collars are a great training tool and I have always used a combo with a prong and a harness... But they can harm if not used properly... Sarge still wears a prong for walks as he's a puller if I don't use one...
 

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I think he's a beauty... A little porky but that's his name so he needs to live up right lol... Prong collars are a great training tool and I have always used a combo with a prong and a harness... But they can harm if not used properly... Sarge still wears a prong for walks as he's a puller if I don't use one...
Do you use a double leash method? One on the harness & one on the prong? JC because Lex has started to pull lately, I've been debating on using one but n/s just yet.
 
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