Choosing the Right Collar for Your Dog – Robert Cabral Dog Training

There are so many options when it comes to choosing the right collar for training your dog. In this video I talk about the choices and their benefits. What is the best option for your dog and what is the proper way to fit them onto your dog?

I cover choke collars, martingale collars, flat collars, slip leads and pinch / prong collars. There is so much information out there and it can be a daunting task. This video should answer most any question you might have.

Learn the skills to train your dog. My online dog training member section:

The products I use in this video are available through the following links:
Disclosure: I get a small commission when you purchase products via our Amazon links, this doesn’t cost you anything extra, it’s a cut that comes out on Amazon’s end. But please be aware the Amazon links provided are affiliate links.

Choke Chain / Fur Saver:
Martingale Collar:
Prong Collar:
Slip Lead:

For any other products, you can visit my amazon store. Filled with products, food, treats and more:

Be sure to subscribe to my channel for regular updates! Share and repost these videos to help your dog loving friends learn how to give their dogs the best life possible.


Xem thêm bài viết khác:

27 thoughts on “Choosing the Right Collar for Your Dog – Robert Cabral Dog Training

  1. You shouldn't need to use a choke chain or anything like that. If you're afraid of loosing your dog you should build up a better relationship with him. Your dogs also probably running away from you because you're causing him pain. Choke chains, prong collars, and e-collars are abusive.

  2. I have used the prong collar with good results. I seem to have a problem transitioning to a flat collar. I am not getting the compliance I should. Is it going to take longer? Or should I move to a choke collar and use the jingle of the chain be the reminder. Any suggestions?

  3. Hi mr Robert, do you recommend body colars or vests? I dont know what they are called so I call them like that. Haha thanks

  4. Great, informative video. I'll definitely be trying one of these, probably the Martingale. I've been using the prong collar for months to improve heeling and obedience. It helped so much! With a flat collar, my dog is liable to pull hard and strain her throat. With the prong collar, she's learned to keep by my side and she's very responsive without strain. She loves the prong collar; putting the collar on her is like a reward in itself. Used with patience and control, the prong collar was one of the best tools I've found for training.

  5. I don’t believe I’ve ever heard a trainer recommend a choke chain. It’s just to easy to put on wrong.

  6. Please don't use a choke collar for training. It's useful for training walking on the leash. Yes, kinda. BUT if your dog pulls often, is easily distracted or doesn't get leash training after some minutes, stop using it. They are known to cause throat problems. There were studies made (germany) that came along to this conclusion. Please don't use them, if you have a high energy dog, especially not at puppy age!

  7. can you use a slip lead and leave a flat or martingale collar on at the same time? Or is it safer to just use one or the other?

  8. I can't find anything about your opinion on the head collars (gentle leader), are they ok? I have a dalmation that pulls so bad

  9. Glad you explained this the first 1 letter p over dogs neck. Thanx. Do you leave it on the dog all the time.

  10. There is no way I can put collar over my dogs head. I don't know how to calm her down and stop trying to bite me and the collar. Same with leash

  11. This topic is like discussing whether to tip your server or not while discussing Roundabouts over dinner. Great channel thank you for the information.

  12. is that last leash for training also? or is that more for after training/hiking/etc with your dog? We are shopping for collars now for our puppy. I thought martingail (sp) collars were half fabric half metal/choke chain style?

  13. i use a halti , it works pretty well, however, she does shake her head quite a lot. Is there a way i can send u a picture? she is 5 mos.

  14. What collar is best for just wearing round the house just with name tag contact number etc, just for escape attempts while young so they can be identified

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *