Sporn Pack Leader Control Blue Small
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Sporn’s Pack Leader Control is made of the highest quality braided cord and nylon webbing with thermoplastic and nickel-plated steel fasteners. The Head Harness is an easy-to-use harness for friendly pull-control which provides gentle guidance from the withers, not around face. No “muzzle” look and converts to a collar in seconds (Just pull the webbing through the d-rings). Stops pulling instantly no “muzzle” Look. recommended by trainers and veterinarians. converts to a Collar in Seconds SIZING GUIDE SMALL – for dogs with a neck size of 22-36cms like Dachshunds, Westies and Jack Russels How to best measure your dogs neck. Here is a general guideline to fit your dog appropriately for a dog collar. For a proper fit, it is best to measure your dog’s neck with a fabric tape measure; if you don’t have one of these, you can simply use a piece of string and then measure the string using a ruler. 1. Take a measurement at the base of the dogs neck. 2. Pull the tape measure or string so that it is snug around the dogs neck but definitely not tight. 3. Allow enough room to slip two fingers between the collar and the dog’s neck. Or you can measure the length of the string and add 4cm. 4. When the collar is on your dog’s neck you should be able to slide two fingers under a proper fitting collar easily. A dog collar should never be tight around your dog’s neck which means that it will never be the exact same measurement as the actual neck. A collar that is too tight could choke them and it shouldn’t be too loose either because it could snag on something or get caught over the dog’s head. A snug fit is best when it comes to dog collars; not too tight, not too loose!