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Train your dog with the support of a chain dog collar

Ideal for obedience training your puppy or young dog, chain collars are a swift and effective way to teach your canine companion the good behaviour you expect. Acting as a choker, chains are designed to reduce the need to pull on the lead during walks and help a dog understand quicker than traditional methods.

Coming in a range of sizes to fit your breed of dog, you can find a variety of different types of dog collars with differing sized chains on eBay to suit your requirements.

Martingale collars for dogs

This type of dog collar offers more control over your pet without the choking aspect of a chain collar. Often made of either nylon or several rows of metal chains together, martingale dog collars are made with two loops.

The bigger loop is placed around the dog's neck and a leash is then attached to the smaller one. If your dog pulls on it, the tension on the lead pulls the smaller of the two loops taut. The bigger loop then tightens to stop your pet from wriggling free.

Leather dog collars

As an alternative to a chain, why not consider a traditional, elegant leather collar for your dog or puppy. Strong and hard-wearing, both real and faux leather dog collars are fully adjustable to fit comfortably over your furry friend's head without slipping off.

Some dog collars even come with studs, pearls, chrome buckles and a variety of striking decorations.

Stainless steel chain dog collars

Alongside chrome, stainless steel is typically used in choke chain collars for dogs as it's heavy duty, smooth and kind to the skin. These chains are not only ideal for effectively training your pet, but are also not susceptible to rusting, breaking or tarnishing so no need to keep replacing them.

All collars usually come with a quick release metal buckle to attach to a dog lead or harness with ease. It's important to ensure your dog's chain collar fits securely without choking them on walks or during essential dog training sessions.

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