Fur Saver Chrome-Plated Choke Chain Collar - 1/9 inch (3 mm)

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  • Model: HS7##1072 51530 (02) Fur Saver with snap hook


Excellent Obedience Training Choke Collar for Pitbull

It is high time to start educating your dog and teach him leash manners. During the process of training don't forget about your pet's look. As a rule, metal collars damage the dog's coat, but this Chrome-plated Choke Chain eliminates such a problem. The collar consists of long and smooth links, that don't tangle or knot the hair. The training effect of this tool will simplify understanding between you and your naughty canine, making him follow all your commands. Besides, it has an unusual design - unlike the other models, it is equipped with a snap hook for quicker releasing of the dog.

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 Chrome-plated Choke Collar Fur Saver

HS Chrome-plated Fur Saver with Snap Hook

Key features of this Pitbull Choke Chain:

  • Corrosion resistant
  • Snap hook for easy adjusting
  • Increased tensile strength
  • Extra durable

Intended use of this Pitbull Choke Chain:

  • Walking
  • Obedience training


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  • Chrome-plated 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
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)

Specially designed for behavior correction, this choke chain brings an effective and fast result, still it does not cause fur damaging. Carefully polished links are very gentle to your pet's coat, they don't tangle it and are comfortable for the canine to wear.
This collar was produced with the help of an innovative technique called Chrome plating. The essence of the process is covering of the metal with a thin layer of chromium, which makes the item mega durable, strong and rust-proof. Besides, due to chrome plating, the gear looks more attractive and its cleaning becomes very simple. In addition, all the parts are properly welded to guarantee, that the collar won't be broken. This collar stands out among the others for its ergonomic design. It is equipped with a snap hook, which enables you to put the collar on and off with one move.

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