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Collars and Leads



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This is one I use. It's short so I have more control over Sky. She is kept on a lead in public areas and let off on beaches/fields/in woods.


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Sky has this collar in black


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Choke chains should not be used by anyone who doesn't know how to use them. You may think that if the dog is choking, it's doing its job - this is not the case. You are harming your dog.
If you insist on using a choke chain please learn how to use it.
<http://www.ehow.com/how_2059928_use-choke-chain-dog.html


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This is a half check. Only a small portion of the collar is actually chain. It is very good for walking and training.


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This is a prong collar. I am totally against using this on a dog, but some people do. It's usually seen on Dobermans.


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This is a halti. It is not a muzzle. A muzzle is used to stop a dog from biting someone. A halti is used for training a dog that pulls when it walks. You need very little correction when using a halti.


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This is a harness. I used a harness to train Sky how to walk and am now pleased to say she does not use a harness anymore. I walk her on her collar and we have no problems (unless she spots a bird, she hates birds).



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