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Remember – there is no ‘one size fits all’ so it’s important to recognize what works for you and your dog.
• A toggled slip leash (top R) is a good starting point. All collars they should be fitted so they stay high up on neck under the jaw line.
• A martingale collar is safe for a new or shy dog because it will not slip off. • A sporn harness is a good pick If more corrective pressure is needed for walks.
• A halti (L) works well for pullers and alleviates pressure on the neck.
• A herm sprenger prong collar is effective for powerful breeds and extreme pullers (bottom R).
• Start by using the leash in the house. Guide the dog around and teach them where they can and can’t go. For example guiding them off the couch so they don’t turn it into a game or become hand shy.
• Start by having your new buddy sleep in a crate at night and when no one is home. Your dog can earn more freedom as a routine is established . Put the crate in the bedroom to represent his bed and a dog bed in the living room to represent his couch.
• Always have a collar and tag with your phone number on your dog at all the times!!!