New Stainless Steel Choke Dog Collar for Pitbull - 1/10 inch (2.5 mm)

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  • Model: HS17#1072 50906 (55) Choke collar


Herm Sprenger Stainless Steel Chain for Pitbull Behavior Correction

Choose a perfect controlling tool for your Pitbull! This Choke Collar will help you to get rid of your dog's misbehavior at a short period of time. Made of break-proof and non-corrosive stainless steel, it is almost indestructible and will serve you for decades, unlike the low-quality tools that can be broken soon. Be sure, you will be pleased both with its uncompromising quality and fast results, this training tool will provide.

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Stainless Steel Choke Chain for Effective Behavior Correction

Time-proof Stainless Steel Chain for Perfect Pitbull Training

Key features of this Pitbull Choke Chain:

  • Stopper
  • Red tag (HS - Germany)
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Adjustable length
  • Extra strong

Intended use of this Pitbull Choke Chain:

  • Walking
  • Obedience training


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  • Stainless Steel

How to size your dog's collar? 
It is very important to size your dog's collar correctly for your Pitbull not to feel any inconveniences. Please, measure the circumference of your dog's neck with a measuring tape and then add 2 or 3 inches. 

Please, check the table to choose correct size of the Collar 

Sizes available Dog's neck size
16 inch (40 cm) will do for your dog with neck size of 13-14 inch (33-35 cm)
18 inch (45 cm) will do for your dog with neck size of 15-16 inch (38-40 cm)
20 inch (50 cm) will do for your dog with neck size of 17-18 inch (43-45 cm)
22 inch (55 cm) will do for your dog with neck size of 19-20 inch (48-50 cm)
24 inch (60 cm) will do for your dog with neck size of 21-22 inch (53-55 cm)
26 inch (65 cm) will do for your dog with neck size of 23-24 inch (58-60 cm)
28 inch (70 cm) will do for your dog with neck size of 25-26 inch (63-65 cm)

Your dog deserves to be trained with the best supplies. This choke collar is one of them, as it is manufactured of the strongest material - stainless steel. Its main feature is resistance to corrosion, that is very important for the products made of metal. This collar offers almost endless service life, as it is extra durable and all the parts are duly welded. Vets and pro trainers recommend stainless steel, as it is dog-friendly and health-safe. Your pet will not suffer from allergy or skin irritation. A careful welding of the links increases the tensile strength of the tool, thus prolongs its life. By the way, it looks very attractive due to the silver-like color of the material.
The collar is very easy to use, still you should consult a professional before start using it for the first time. One more advantage is a special stopper. With its help, you may adjust the collar size and the extent to which the collar will close when you pull the leash.

Remember, please!
It is important to measure the dog properly.
The choke collar shouldn't be too loose or too tight on the canine's neck.
It should be put high on the dog's neck, right under the chin and behind his ears.

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