K9: Hi Guys, I thought I would start a new thread after reading some misconceptions in the Ceasar Millan thread http://www.dogforum.com.au/general-d...sar-milan.html
Prong collars have been around for many years & as long as they have been around, there has been comments about the look of them.
To set things straight, they look NASTY! But, they dont have to be nasty.
In fact they are one of the best training tools on the market as they can allow the dog to be trained without using enormous amounts of strength.
I have an article on my website that can give a good run down on the tool & its uses see it here K9 Force Professional Dog Training & Behaviour Consultancy
If anyone has not used one I would be happy to explain more about their uses.
In the other thread, there was mention that a dog got its teeth stuck in a prong collar, this can happen, just like it can happen with any collar.
Look forward to hearing your feedback.