Herm Sprenger Stainless Steel Check Chain Dog Collars
Herm Sprenger Stainless Steel Check Chain Dog Collars are a dog training tool only. Although often mislabeled as ‘choke chain’ and used incorrectly. Moreover, when used correctly check chains are a suitable type of dog collar for dog trainers and everyday dog owners. Furthermore, Herm Sprenger check chains are available in a variety of finishes, styles, and lengths.
As with any lead, collar and harness tool you choose to use with your dog. We highly recommend seeking assistance and help from your local dog trainer. Or speak to our helpful dog trainers at West Coast Pet Care.
About the Finish:
Stainless Steel (solid) chains, are more expensive than our normal steel range. Moreover, our stainless steel chains are better suited to dogs that live in coastal areas or spend a lot of time in the water. Normal steel will become dull, and, especially with time spent in saltwater, will roughen the plating and become rusty. Thus, Stainless Steel also has a higher breaking load producing greater security and also a longer life. Furthermore, all Herm Sprenger Stainless Steel chains are marked with a metal label and a shiny red point with HS-GERMANY in the middle. Plus a with “HS-GERMANY INOX” stamped on the rings.
About the Style:
Stainless Steel Check Chain Dog Collars are available in two styles.
The Heavy Round Links
Are the most popular type of link style used, often used by not only trainers and professional dog handles but by the everyday dog owner. The 4mm check, not “choke”, chains are one of our heavier sizes available. Suitable for the large dog to X Large breeds these chains are often used for dog training and by the everyday dog owner.
– We recommend that you measure your dog’s neck circumference reasonably high. Just behind the ears, then add 5cm for small dogs up to 10cm for large dogs.
– For dogs with a particularly large head relative to their neck size, you may need to measure the circumference of the dogs head rather than the neck.
Link thickness: 4mm
Suitable for ages 6 months and over.
For those who have not used Check, not “choke”, Chains before. We always recommended to contact and seek assistance from your local dog trainer
before using this training tool with your dog.