Herm Sprenger Ultra-Plus Prong Training Dog Collar

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Give yourself a little extra help with the Herm Sprenger Ultra-Plus Prong Training Dog Collar. A safe and practical tool for training, this collar is designed to let dogs know when it’s time to heel. The blunt prongs are effective without causing pain, and the patented center plate construction and symmetrical placements act as a natural point of contact for clear communication. It’s great for taking large dogs or tough pullers on a walk, protecting you and them from getting into a dangerous situation. Replacement links are available if you need to add more to for a custom fit.

Key Benefits

  • Chrome prong training collar is safe, practical and easy to use for effective training.
  • Features a solid fastener plate that provides a more secure connection.
  • Patented center plate construction and symmetrical prong placement provides natural contact for optimal communication.
  • Great for walking strong pullers, large dogs, obedience training and behavior correction.
  • Blunt prongs do not cause pain or harm. Replacement links available to increase collar size.

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  • Item Number
    114667
  • Dimensions
    13.25 x 2.5 x 1 inches
  • Weight
    6.14 ounces
  • Brand
    Coastal Pet Products
  • Breed Size
    All Breeds, Small, Medium, Large
  • Material
    Chain

Instructions

Wipe with a damp cloth.

Size

Size Collar Measurement Link Thickness Link Length
12-Inch Neck Size Up to 13” 2.25mm 1 1/6”
16-Inch Neck Size Up to 17” 3.0mm 1 7/16”
18-Inch Neck Size Up to 19” 3.2mm 1 1/2”
20-Inch Neck Size Up to 21” 4.0mm 1 3/4”

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  • Why did I wait so long???

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    If you learn to use the prong collar CORRECTLY, and train with your dog Positive Reinforcement, the Prong Collar is AWESOME!!! Do your research, make sure the collar is the correct size for your dog and set correctly in place. I gave treats to my dog when he corrected himself, hence positive reinforcement. The prong is not to be used as a punishment, and so many people think that is its purpose. I am asking myself why did I wait so long to try it? Immediate success! Could not be happier! Again, please, please, do your research, make sure you understand placement and how to use properly--the dog has to be the one to realize he made the prong react--it does not come from the handler.

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  • Ehhh-maybe it's just not for my pup

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    At first I was against using such a mechanism on my pup but, his pulling was getting out of control. He's quite a big pup. Very friendly and energetic he likes to lunge towards other dogs in hopes to play, this collar only helps so much though. I've noticed a difference, but he still pulls a lot just not as persistently. I'd say it helps lower his pulling tendencies by 50% will work with Levi some more

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  • hesitant...

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    This was my last resort to try and walk my GSP without more shoulder injury to myself. A lifesaver and shoulder saver! She runs fine next to me with her regular quick release flat collar but she constantly pulls when walking. Although I still don't like the looks of it (looks mean) it has been such a help and it doesn't bother her, nor hurt her. The springs are easy to take apart to put around her neck and it fits quite well.

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  • Wow what an amazing training tool.

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    Instant change in leash behavior. Do watch videos on YouTube regarding prong collars so that you fit it correctly and introduce it correctly. Remember you don't need to pull the leash, the dog will correct themselves. If used correctly it won't hurt your dog. We have a 10 year old dog that we got from the shelter 7 years ago. We have used a lot of positive training and have made a lot of progress over 7 years, but it has been slow (and frustrating). This dog (dog A) still has a leash dog aggression problem and with years of positive training, we have not made much progress (More on him later). We recently got a 2 year old from the shelter. This dog (dog B) has a very high prey drive Instant change in leash behavior. Do watch videos on YouTube regarding prong collars so that you fit it correctly and introduce it correctly. Remember you don't need to pull the leash, the dog will correct themselves. If used correctly it won't hurt your dog. We have a 10 year old dog that we got from the shelter 7 years ago. We have used a lot of positive training and have made a lot of progress over 7 years, but it has been slow (and frustrating). This dog (dog A) still has a leash dog aggression problem and with years of positive training, we have not made much progress (More on him later). We recently got a 2 year old from the shelter. This dog (dog B) has a very high prey drive and therefore does not walk well on a leash. I wanted/needed a new training technique so spent a lot of time researching prong collars. I did not want to do anything that would hurt the dog. Through my research I came to the conclusion of do I want to try to prong collar or continue to have leash disagreements and frustrations with my dog. I've been using the collar on Dog B for about 2 weeks. She is heeling very well when there is no prey around and no longer lunges at prey. There is still a lot of training/repetition to go, but the improvement in just under 2 weeks has been amazing. We've been working with Dog A for just over a week. He lunged and barked at a dog with the collar on and did yelp a bit. I see no signs that the prong collar hurt him, I think he was just surprised at the correction he caused himself. Yesterday we walked past a dog and he just barked. He did not lung. He has more training to go, but great improvement. The best thing about these collars is the confidence it gives me and my wife. We walk the dog much more confidently and are no longer worried about not having control. I am now convinced this is the best type of collar for training and if used correctly does not hurt the dog and gets great results. If you are frustrated with you dog's behavior on the leash, you should try this collar so that you can enjoy your walks with your dog. … more

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  • Way too Heavy

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    Because of the diameters (some small) available we thought this would be a good fit for our 30-pound English Cocker. Instead the link size would be more appropriate for a doberman or German shepherd.We can take links out to make it small enough but the links are so large and heavy that it's not appropriate for him.

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  • Herm Sprenger Collar

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    It works very well on our 50 pound rescue who is incredibly strong! We were surprised at how well it works with a gentle reminder. It's not painful to her. Never thought I'd use one of these, but I can walk her now.

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  • I was super hesitant

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    Xena is a 6 mo old G Shepherd; she is huge for her age - 10 lbs larger than the avg male on the growth chart. She was impossible to walk she pulled so far I felt like my arm as going to be yanked out of its socket! We tried the Halty - she hated it and ripped it to shreds the first time we walked with it - took her only about an hour - while walking! A GS owner who has a perfectly behaved dog uses the prong collar and highly recomended it. I thought it might be inhumane - but she assured me it's like a mother's correction nibble. So I reluctantly gave it a try. Literally 2 STEPS later, a different dog! Xena doesn't mind it at all - but she respects it I guess. Much more human than yanking Xena is a 6 mo old G Shepherd; she is huge for her age - 10 lbs larger than the avg male on the growth chart. She was impossible to walk she pulled so far I felt like my arm as going to be yanked out of its socket! We tried the Halty - she hated it and ripped it to shreds the first time we walked with it - took her only about an hour - while walking! A GS owner who has a perfectly behaved dog uses the prong collar and highly recomended it. I thought it might be inhumane - but she assured me it's like a mother's correction nibble. So I reluctantly gave it a try. Literally 2 STEPS later, a different dog! Xena doesn't mind it at all - but she respects it I guess. Much more human than yanking and choking her while walking. Now we can walk without ANY problem. This has been life changing for us both! … more

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  • The best collar!

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    This is the best thing I could of bought for my 6 month old cocker. I struggled walking him before I bought this collar. I love it and he doesn't seem to mind it either! Thank you for the help with walking my dog !!!

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  • Real deal herm sprenger product

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    I purchased this after I tried the halti collar and it started to fall apart shortly after purchase . I read a lot of reviews on the Herm Sprenger and there was a lot of good reviews . I was happy to find it here on chewy , it is a real Herm and cheaper than some other places I looked at . I have been using it for a couple of weeks now and it is still in great shape . I bought it for one of my 8 month old labrador german shepherd mix puppies because I couldn't take them for a walk they would just pull me . I have tried so many different collars and they didn't work . Someone told me to get I purchased this after I tried the halti collar and it started to fall apart shortly after purchase . I read a lot of reviews on the Herm Sprenger and there was a lot of good reviews . I was happy to find it here on chewy , it is a real Herm and cheaper than some other places I looked at . I have been using it for a couple of weeks now and it is still in great shape . I bought it for one of my 8 month old labrador german shepherd mix puppies because I couldn't take them for a walk they would just pull me . I have tried so many different collars and they didn't work . Someone told me to get this collar and try it . Let me tell you it did wonders I can take my puppies for walks without my arm being pulled out or them dragging me . My puppies weight are 80 lbs and 60 lbs. I would highly recommend this to anyone who has a problem with their dog pulling . We now enjoy going for walks daily . … more

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  • Immediate change

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    I have always been VERY apprehensive about using "pinch" collars, choke collars, etc, but I knew that I had to try something different to train my lab to walk on a leash. So, I got the sprenger collar and once I put it on my dog, there was an immediate change. I now LOVE to take him for a walk. I would definitely recommend this but anyone thinking of using this type of collar should watch training videos, whether on youtube or something else, to make sure it is used correctly.

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