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Dog Training Collars

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Dog Training Collars
Training a dog is not the easiest task, even though there are countless methods and products out there to help improve your dog’s behavior. Slip collars are proven training tools that are easy to use and harmless to your dog when used correctly. dogIDs was founded and is run by passionate dog lovers who want to help other dog owners raise responsible pets. We only use the best materials in our products, as all of our training collars are made from high quality nylon or leather. If your dog often pulls on their leash during walks or isn’t receptive to other training when wearing a normal collar, you should consider one of our training collars.

When To Use a Training Collar

A training collar should not be used for normal wear outside of training and walks. Even though the training collars are designed to be comfortable for your dogs, having a normal collar to switch out to during normal down time at home will help avoid any accident with the training collar being caught on anything around the house. Don’t get a slip collar for your dog if they do not need any sort of training or behavioral correction.

Tips For Proper Training Collar Use

To use a slip collar correctly, all it takes is a quick, firm pull sideways on the leash. The pull will engage the slip collar, which will then force your dog slightly off balance and grab their attention. Pulling the leash straight back will only cause your dog to pull against you with no correction. The slip collars are designed specifically to not harm your dog’s neck, but constant improper use of the collar could make it ineffective for training. If you’re unsure about how to use a training collar properly, ask a local dog trainer or vet for help. Order one of our collars today!
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What is a slip collar?
A slip collar is a pet-friendly way to correct your dog when he’s not behaving as you’d like. Some people refer to collars similar to this as a slip chain, check chain or choke collar, but our dog training collars are made out of nylon or leather, not chain. And when used correctly, you are not choking your dog.

Our Slip collars for dogs are made out of leather or nylon rope with rings at both ends. The collar goes through one ring, leaving the other ring open on the end. This creates a loop around the dog’s neck that should sit right below their ears. The end of the collar with the open ring sits on the back of the dog’s neck. When the leash is attached to the ring with the collar through it, pulling the leash will not tighten the collar. When the leash is connected to the empty ring on the end, the collar will slip and tighten when the leash is pulled, and slip back to being looser when the tension is released.

Nylon and leather training collars for dogs are also used as show slip leads. Show dog handlers like to use slip collars because they allow for very effective training tools when used correctly.

Does your dog need a slip collar?
Dogs who have issues staying next to you while taking a walk would really benefit from the correct use of a slip collar. If your dog is easily distracted by other dogs, rabbits or leaves blowing in the wind, a slip collar will help you quickly get him back on track. Slip collars are also helpful for dogs that are stubborn, pull during walks or do not respond to training when wearing a regular collar. Dog training collars like this are great tools for correcting misbehaviors so you can both enjoy your time more.

How to use dog training collars
All it takes is a quick, firm pull sideways on a leash to engage a slip collar and get your dog’s attention. A simple, quick tug that is immediately released will get your pup back in line and in heel position. Some people think of this action as a snap, correction or leash pop. You do not want to pull straight back on a leash connected to a slip collar because that will just cause your dog to pull against you. If you aren’t sure how to best use a slip lead, we recommend asking a local trainer or vet for help.

Training Collars for Small Dogs and Puppies
Slip collars can also be used for training small dogs and puppies. We do have one MAYA puppy training collar available. You can also order a custom-length Mendota slip lead for a small additional charge. Just give us a call at 800-720-8247 to learn more about Mendota slip leads for puppies and small dogs.

Why Shop at dogIDs?
Each day at dogIDs, our team is hard at work and surrounded by our pets and the products we believe will improve their health and safety. We want the best for your and your animal as well. Give us a call at 800-720-8247 anytime you have a question for us.

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