Teaching your dog to walk calmly is easier with the Chain Training Collar from Herm Springer. This safe and convenient training tool is designed to let dogs know when it’s time to heel. It's made with durable steel links that help to discourage pulling by applying pressure when he yanks on the leash. That pressure then encourages him to step back and relax his stride. It’s great for taking large dogs or tough pullers on a walk, protecting you and your best bud from getting into a dangerous situation.
Designed to help you train your dog—especially when it comes to pulling or tugging.
Steel collar comes in multiple sizes to suit a variety of dog breeds.
Great for walking strong pullers and large dogs, or training a new pup to heel.
Includes only top tier materials from Herm Sprenger.
Made with pride in Germany, utilizing modern techniques and tight quality control.
To select the most accurate size collar for your pet, measure the center of their neck with a cloth tape measure, a few inches down from their head. Pull the cloth tape measure snug, but not tight. If you don't have a cloth tape measure, you can use a piece of string and measure it with a rigid ruler afterwards. Make sure there's enough room for about two fingers between the collar and your pet's neck for comfort.
I love these collars when training, Herm Sprenger is the only brand I trust. They hold up well, quality is consistent. I ordered a few different sizes to accommodate my puppy and his growth. I love all the size options and will continue to buy these as needed.
Nice chain too small
on Oct 12, 2020
I originally measured my dog's neck to be using an 18inch chain. After getting the item, it does not fit. Would like to send in and get a longer chain
Great training collar
on Jul 15, 2020
Bought this to train our second dog. It's a great starter collar before you move to something more serious (like a prong collar). Make sure you know how to use the collar BEFORE putting it on your dog to avoid choking them (i.e. know which way is backwards) and note the length listed is the end-to-end length, not the inside chain length. So an 18" collar fits a max 15" neck.
I ordered a collar to small
on Sep 21, 2020
The chain is a great it seems good quality. It’s just that I ordered one size too small so I will need to be re-ordering.
Too small, need to exchange
on Jul 8, 2020
I measured my pups collar and she has a Medium (14”-17”) I figured I should get the 16” 2.5mm, but it is extremely tight and looses its purpose of giving some slack. I will have to check how can I return it and then hopefully get the correct size.
I keep seeing misleading comments
on Jul 16, 2020
Hi all. If your collar comes and collar is not one complete circle that is OKAY. The collar is NOT defective. Albeit, I know it looks confusing.
You take the chain part of the collar and feed it through one of the loops. It then makes a collar.
Cheaply Made, Tiny, Unusable Piece Of Junk
on Apr 13, 2020
This Herm Sprenger Chain Dog Training Collar, 20-in, 2 mm; THAT slip collar is comprised of ridiculously small rings; the entire slip collar is made of even cheaper, lightweight junk than the Herm Sprenger prong collars that we are also returning. Ridiculous design.
We also purchased one each of the 18" and 20" Herm Sprenger Stainless Ultra-Plus Prong Dog Training Collar with ClicLock, Black. AWFUL. Both have RIDICULOUSLY LARGE prongs, appropriate, only, perhaps for an extra-large breed, like a mastiff(?) if then. Certainly, I would never use prongs this large on my Golden Retrievers. Even a cotton-soft, gentle correction could injure them, given the crazy-large size of the prongs. I know This Herm Sprenger Chain Dog Training Collar, 20-in, 2 mm; THAT slip collar is comprised of ridiculously small rings; the entire slip collar is made of even cheaper, lightweight junk than the Herm Sprenger prong collars that we are also returning. Ridiculous design.
We also purchased one each of the 18" and 20" Herm Sprenger Stainless Ultra-Plus Prong Dog Training Collar with ClicLock, Black. AWFUL. Both have RIDICULOUSLY LARGE prongs, appropriate, only, perhaps for an extra-large breed, like a mastiff(?) if then. Certainly, I would never use prongs this large on my Golden Retrievers. Even a cotton-soft, gentle correction could injure them, given the crazy-large size of the prongs. I know how to use prong collars; have used them for over a decade and my breeder and trainer gave me proper instruction on use -- including the prongs should NEVER be this large. Finally, these prong collars feel incredibly cheap and cheaply constructed. So, a dangerously large, cheap piece of junk that is $68 for the 20" and $48 for the 18". I bought one of each.
All four (two of each) are going back, which is a huge annoyance, given that we are in a global pandemic and under shelter-in-place orders. We paid $149.00 for this order, too -- an obscene price for this unusable junk. An utter ripoff.
We shall see if Chewy arranges for a pickup at our home, including sending a label. NOT HAPPY. AND I still need replacement prong collars.… more
Collar is perfect for training
on Aug 6, 2020
Unfortunately I ordered wrong size by accident and had to get another one locally for much for money.
on Jun 13, 2020
Choke chain is too small. I need to return it and get the next size up. Have no idea how the measure these. Guess the rings are included as part of the length.
Not what I expected at all.
on Apr 9, 2020
I measured my dogs neck and chose the appropriate size (I have a boxer). I cannot even get this chain over his head. We have waited 2 weeks for this to arrive due to the pandemic. This is my first dissatisfied order. I feel deceived based on the descriptions. Very disappointed.