The Herm Sprenger Prong Collar is a specialized training tool to gain control of a dog that is difficult to handle on a leash. Fit snug around the back of the ears and jawline, the collar applies pressure evenly around the neck and not just on the trachea and larynx like a normal collar. Individual links can be removed to ensure a perfect fit. The collar should not be large enough to slide over the dog’s head, you should have to open and close it. With proper training, the dog will learn that they have control over the correction by not resisting and the pinching action of the prongs simulates the dominance biting of a more senior pack member. The prongs have rounded blunt ends to prevent injury and the entire collar is constructed of chrome plated steel. Measure your dog’s neck high, right behind the jawline and ears to determine the proper size.
Small 2.25 mm links, up to 16 in. neck
Medium 3.0 mm links, up to 22 in. neck
Large 3.2 mm links, up to 23 in. neck
XL 4 mm links, up to 25 in. neck
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SportDOG has just announced the release of two new e-collar systems. These two systems will be the first e-collars to introduce dog biometrics into an e-collar platform. Using SportDOG’s BodyGuard technology, the receiver will take readings on key biometrics of your dog and alert the handler if those metrics get out of a safety zone.
Lion Country Supply will be holding our annual Bird Dog Days event this year on August 25th and 26th. This year, Lion Country Supply is going to make some changes to our Bird Dog Days event. Friday will have in-store specials, e-collar software updating, and trade-in specials. Saturday we will be holding a Chukar Challenge.
Dehydration in dogs occurs when the loss of water in a dog’s body exceeds the amount of intake. Dehydration is a spectrum that can range in severity from mild to severe. In serious cases of dehydration, dogs can suffer from collapse, organ failure, and even death. Severely dehydrated dogs require immediate emergency care from his or her veterinarian. If you suspect that your dog is severely dehydrated, contact the veterinarian right away.