Herm Sprenger Ultra-Plus Training Dog Prong Collar

By Herm Sprenger
Rated 4.4763 out of 5 stars


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About This Item


  • Chrome prong training collar is safe, practical and easy to use for effective training.
  • Blunt prongs don’t cause pain or harm.
  • Center plate construction and symmetrical prong placement creates natural contact for optimal communication.
  • Paw-fect for walking strong pullers and strong dogs, and for obedience training and behavior correction.
  • To determine collar size, add 4 inches, replacement links are available (sold separately) to increase size.

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Closure TypeSlip OnQuick ReleaseSlip OnBuckleBuckle
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MaterialMetal, Coated MetalMetal, Stainless SteelMetal, Stainless SteelPlastic, Vinyl / PVC

Questions & Answers

35 Customer Questions

can you buy links for herm sprenger
Answer by Silverfox1Apr 04, 2022
Yes, sold in packets of 3. They sell them on this site.

Can a dog wear it all day and everyday?
Answer by ChewyMay 15, 2018
This collar should only be used during walking or training sessions. These collars are not designed to wear for long periods of time.

Is the collar suppose to be tight around the neck so it stays in the right place? Not like other collars that are loose around the neck.
Answer by ChewyJan 09, 2019
The collar should fit snugly as it doesn't move around from the proper place. If the collar is loose, consider removing one of the prongs. A prong collar should sit right behind the ears and under the jaw. Placing the collar lower than this will make the collar ineffective.

Can you remove link from a standard size collar (one that doesn’t already have added links).
Answer by ChewyDec 22, 2018
All Herm Sprenger pinch collars come in a standard length which is adjusted to fit the neck of the dog by removing or adding links.

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1238 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Katie on Nov 26, 2023

If you have a reactive and strong puller, buy this now

My 100lbs+ European Doberman pulls like a Mother Trucker! He also has a little bit reactive to other dogs. I used a Halti head collar on him when he was a puppy, which did work, but now he is 2 and pulls like no other on the head collar and which makes it feel like your arm is going to fall off. I wish I had bought a prong from the beginning. He walks like a true gentleman with a prong. Don't listen to the people who say that these are cruel. If used correctly, they are a wonderful training tool. My walks with my boy have been so peaceful now and more enjoyable. Seriously, buy one. They are magical ✨️

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Jonathan on Nov 20, 2023

First prong collar

This is my first prong caller and my first experience with Herm Springer brand and so far so good my only gripe with the collar is there isn't a attachable or detachable piece you can buy it separately which is a little pricey I wish it came with one especially for the price as well as additional prong links I had to buy them separately and they were $20 for three that's very expensive that's the third the cost of the collar itself other than that it's smooth ceiling very good collar easy to put on no issues

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By MuttsPack on Nov 21, 2023

No More Bad Dogs

I have a high prey driven dog that likes to pull on their leash a lot and gets over excited when they see other dogs or small animals. I’ve already been using the prong collar for a year and it’s great! FYI this does not stop your dog from pulling it gives you the tools to teach your dog not to pull. I can let my dog pull if they want to with the prong collar but I don’t allow it Also every time we pass by other dogs they behave very well! If they misbehave I give a quick pop and basically correct them

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Lereva on Nov 19, 2023


I was skeptical about this collar, I was afraid it would hurt him. He is a bernedoodle, 5 months old about 35#. He likes to lead when we walk, and he is strong. First time hubby took him for a walk was different as day and night. He walked right beside hubby and would nudge if he wanted to investigate something, rather than pull. Even when other animals were around. He never yelped like it hurt. And didn't shy away when we put it on him after that for walks.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Christopher on Nov 11, 2023

Efficacious when sized/fitted correctly

Transformed walks into being bearable. Previously, our high strung Brittany would choke himself on the slip lead, to the point where people would look, or even vocalize, their disapproval. It is necessary to size and apply it properly, however. Watch Argos or Tom Davis YouTube videos for help. The only downside is that yes, the prongs may be difficult to squeeze during application/removal if you lack grip strength.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Wendy on Sep 25, 2023

It really works!

I thought this collar looked awful when I saw it but got it on a friend’s recommendation. I have to say my unruly sheepadoodle is quite a little gentleman now when I take him on walks! He was too strong for me before, pulling me down even, but he figured out that pulling is not a good idea now and he has even started sitting down beside the walkway and waiting for runners, bikers and even walkers with dogs to pass by. There is one dog in particular that still tries to get at but I can hold him back now and I couldn’t before. His veterinarian even said that it probably bothers me worse than it does him. He used to hide when I put his halter on but he comes willingly to get his collar on to go for walks!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Stephen on Oct 23, 2023

Best Walking Collar

I have purchased multiple collars for walking my dog and this has been the best. I used one at my sister-in-laws and did not have any issues. Normally my lab loves to pull or gets excited when a person comes by. This now keeps him from doing that. Very helpful and great training tool.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Jennifer on Oct 4, 2023

Best purchase ever

This is the best purchase I’ve ever made. My 10 month old puppy pulls so hard on her leash and no training has worked! I got this collar for her and at first it scared her. After several days of getting her used to it. She barely pulls at all anymore and is way more obedient on walks! Highly recommend

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Lloyd on Oct 23, 2023

Prong Collar

Was not a advocate of this type collar but a local trainer demonstrated it’s effectiveness without injury or pain and it’s a great device to reduce a pup’s tendency for pulling!

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Candis on Sep 24, 2023

Can't use this model

I accidently ordered a size too big for my pup but I already ripped the tags off to try and put it on my pup so I cant return it. I recently ordered the same model in a smaller size. I hear this brand is wonderful. So I'll see when it gets here.