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Dominant Dog Collar
Dominant Dog Collar
Dominant Dog Collar
Dominant Dog Collar
Dominant Dog Collar
$13.99

Redline K-9

Dominant Dog Collar

  • Designed specifically for aggressive dogs
  • Not intended to give a sharp correction
  • IMPORTANT FITTING INSTRUCTIONS BELOW

Neck Measurement

Dominant dog collars come in 1 inch increments and must be sized specifically for your dog's neck.  To measure your dog for a dominant dog collar, use a string or cloth tape to measure around the dog's neck.  Measure just under the jaw and around the head right behind the ears.  There should be no space between the dog's neck and the tape measure. .

If your dog's measurement falls between two sizes, round down to the next smaller size.  Do not add any extra length to the measurement for slack.  If a collar is too big it will not be as effective for training.  A properly fit collar will remain in place behind the ears and not slide down the neck.

Collar Length Measurement

Dominant dog collars are measured from the tip of the brass clasp where it opens to the far edge of the floating brass o-ring. The correct o-ring moves freely on the collar. 

Collars may shrink slighty after sewing and should be pulled gently from either end to expand them to their full length before measuring.  
Color
Black Cord
Blue Cord
Red Cord

Specifically designed for use on handler aggressive or dog aggressive dogs. These collars are excellent for lowering the drive and taking the fight out of a dog. DO NOT jerk this collar to deliver a correction. The proper way to use the collar is to SLOWLY lift straight up on the collar, until the dog ceases the behavior and settles.

IMPORTANT: MEASURING INSTRUCTIONS

Dominant dog collars must be fit tightly to your dogs neck.  They are available in 1 inch increments. Use a string or cloth tape to measure around the dog's neck.  Measure just under the jaw and around the neck directly behind the ears. The string or cloth tape must be tight to get a proper measurement.  There should be no space between the dog's neck and the tape measure or string. If the measurement falls between two sizes, round down to the next smaller size.

Do not add any additional length to the measurement for slack.  If a dominant dog collar is too large it will not be as effective for training.  A properly fit collar will remain in place and not slide down the dog's neck.

A dominant dog collar is not intended to give a sharp correction, it is intended to lower the dog's drive level.