Course Content
What the Heck Is That Thing?!
Learning To See Prong Collars And E-Collars As The Dog Training Tools That They Are
Getting Started
In this section, you will learn how to fit the prong collar effectively, and how to put it on and take it off
Using The Prong Collar
In this section, you will learn how to use the collar to effectively communicate with your dog using the prong collar.
In this section, you will learn how to correct your dog if they are still pupping, or they seem to "forget."
The End Is The Beginning
Now that you have completed the lessons, you should be well on your way to enjoying your walks with your dog again!
How To Train Your Dog To Walk On A Loose Leash Using A Prong Collar
About Lesson

When using the prong collar, it’s important for the collar to be snug but not too tight. It should not hang off the dog’s neck, nor should it be able to sit at the base of the neck, unless that is the position that works best for your dog.

In my experience, I have found the best position for the prong collar to be mid-neck or higher. The higher up the neck the collar sits, the less pressure is needed to communicate with the dog, whether it be by applied pressure or by use of a correction.

In the video above, I show the difference between too loose and “just right on my dog, Dante.