I can't tell you because it depends on a dog. I definetelly would never ever use prong or even a choke chain simply because dog pulls.
Originally Posted by allbreeds
The thing is that dogs are NOT born "bad" or "disobedient" or "naughty". It's always people who stuff things up and then want to cure the problem quickly when it escalates and when they can't deal with it any longer.
When you face caucasian ovtscharka that weights over 50-60 kilos and all you see is foaming snapping jaws you know why.
A prong collar in my opinion and i guess many others that use them will NOT curb aggression on its on. And then of course what sort of aggression are you talking about?
And why only large dogs? ive seen more agressive dogs that are cute white and fluffy than large ones.
I don't see the point of having a prong collar on small dogs aggro or not.
I don't work with such people. I don't have time for their bull. They f*** up the dog and then they have a face to say they "don't have time". That's why I don't have many clients, but the thing is - I don't train to earn money, although I do get paid for my work, it's not my main source of income that i depend on. I do it because I really want to help people and their dogs. Those who don't want it (or don't have patience) - I can't help. My work consists on building a trusting human-dog relationship and that requires patience and time. Classic obedience is fine, but I'm into something a bit more deeper.
Patience?? people pay money to get their dogs trained they havent got patience they want their dog "fixed".
Respect and you shall be respected. Animal is always right.