FAQs for Patented Ultimate Dog Collar for Large, Medium, and Small Dog
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FAQs for Patented Ultimate Dog Collar for Large, Medium, and Small Dog Training

The Ultimate Dog Collar is safe, humane and effective for almost every situation:  from walking to training, vet visits to grooming, family safety and service, you will never want to be without one!

What is so special about The Ultimate Dog Collar?

Dogs, like humans, need to be trained with positive reinforcement, not pain! The Ultimate Dog Collar is a pain-free, humane training collar with a patented three-ring design. When you attach your leash to one of the rings, and your dog “pulls,” one of the other rings will “stop” the collar from tightening, while letting your dog know that a different behavior is warranted. The tiny sound that comes from the collar’s “stop ring” action also acts as additional behavioral training support.

What are the dangers of choke and prong collars?

Choke and prong collars are designed to punish dogs for pulling by inflicting pain. They can cause serious physical and emotional damage to dogs and should never be used. According to PETA, “The use of choke collars has been associated with whiplash, fainting, spinal cord injuries leading to paralysis, crushing of the trachea with partial or complete asphyxiation, crushing and/or fracture of the bones in the larynx, dislocated neck bones, bruising of the esophagus, bruising and damage to the skin and tissues in the neck, brain damage and prolapsed eyes caused by sharp increases in pressure in the head, and other injuries.

  1. The metal spikes of prong collars pinch the skin around dogs’ necks when they pull and can scratch or puncture them. Over time, this can cause dogs to develop scar tissue (which has no feeling) and/or build up a tolerance to the painful pinching sensation and thus continue to pull, making walks even more difficult. Dogs may interpret the tightening of a choke or prong collar around their neck as a stranglehold and become fearful or even aggressive.”
What about those seemingly painless “shock” collars?

Shock collars cause physical and psychological injuries, including burns, cardiac fibrillation, anxiety, and aggression.

Why can’t I just use a harness?

While harnesses may be the right choice for a casual walk, they can teach your dog to pull. And, when it comes to training your dog or urgent situations where your dog is about to run away, the harness becomes just that – a harness. If your dog is strong enough, he will pull you down the street.