StarMark Instruction Collar, Huge, Blue

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StarMark Coaching Collar, Big, Blue

  • Helps practice your gently and efficiently
  • Large-power hyperlink design fits together in watchband pattern
  • 21- circumference fits larger dogs
  • Links can be taken off or added (additional sold individually)
  • Produced by qualified authorities at , Inc.

Training for puppies with patented humane style.

Checklist Cost: $ twelve.99

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    • Brandy's Mom
    • October 6, 2011
    16 of 17 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not For the Determined & Aggressive Puller; However–a mixed review, May 3, 2010
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    Brandy’s Mom (Brooklyn, NY) –

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    This review is from: StarMark Training Collar, Large, Blue (Misc.)

    I have a pitbull-mix rescued from the streets of the Bronx who, I’m sure, has lived through hell. She is hyper-energetic and strong even at age 10+. I’ve always resisted using pronged collars but finally gave in after 8 years of exhausting walks and all kinds of training. The metal pronged collars takes the edge off and allows for a tolerable walk, but this collar is not effective because of the shorter “teeth” and her high pain threshold; however, it does work on my other larger dog who doesn’t pull as aggressively, so whether this collar will work for you will depend on the age (younger the better), the nature of your dog, and–for obvious reasons–the thickness of the fur around its neck.

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    • JON IN L.A.
    • October 6, 2011
    36 of 41 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    WOW! AMAZING! … UPDATED 12/09 & again Feb 2011, November 7, 2009
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    JON IN L.A. (West Hollywood, CA) –

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: StarMark Training Collar, Large, Blue (Misc.)

    UPDATE FEBRUARY 2011:

    Just purchased another one, not because the current collar was broken or worn out, but the price dropped, and I know like all collars it will not last forever.

    Also, my dog’s neck has surprisingly gotten larger and I have now added 2 more links. Given the OVERPRICED nature of the extra links, I figured it’s cheaper (per link) to buy a whole new collar and have enough extra links and/or replacements if one or two wear out.

    ANYWAY – I have used this daily for years now, and it works great and the only rubbing/scratching on my dogs neck if from the second, nylon (standard) collar I always use (Just in case – on the off chance there is a problem with this collar and I need something to grab onto and hold. My dog is a true sweetheart who has thought he was a lap dog when I got him at 50 pounds and still thinks he is at some 50+ additional pounds more. For just the sheer weight and power, I keep a solid nylon dog collar on him … and that ordinary one cause more irritation than this one).

    FINALLY – I am updating this because I had forgotten just how great this collar is. But a neighbor got a Boxer puppy (one of the most beautiful …. and definitely the most high energy dog I’ve ever seen) and now that his dog is a year old and non-stop energy … I lent him an extra one of these collars …. and he just stopped me all excited …. totally telling me “it’s just like you said…. It like having power steering”.

    Hid Boxer has a very very long neck, and he says when the collar is properly positioned high up (where it should be) his dog Instantly Responded with understanding of the walk command (pulling straight up and start a brisk walk) and like power steering, the lightest directional command, and his dog just knew and responded.

    I thourougly interrogated him on if there was any problem (pain, discomfort, dislike by the dog etc….) to make sure I had not bum-steered him …. and he was absolute and amazed how painless yet effective beyond belief this collar really is.

    (it’s NOT for ALL DOGS. Very short haired dogs (a Boxer, American Pit Bull Terrier etc…) it is great. Long hair could get tangled in the hinges – just guessing …. never tried) but use common sense and do be ‘afraid’ to at least try this collar if you are interested. At $10 … it a steal compared to most dog collars, and if you can afford to risk the $10, give it a try.

    It is truly a GREAT PRODUCT.

    UPDATE MARCH 2010
    ==================

    I still think this is one of the greatest dog collars. (The price, the ability to control a VERY STRONG 100 lb+ APBT … and it has been personally and fully tested by myself when we were suddenly confronted with a ‘KILLER LAWN MOWER’ when we turned a corner on a daily walk.

    I added an extra link so that it is just the right size to carefully slip on and off over his head without unbuckling the clasps.

    PROBLEMS – I can see where there may be problems. If you don’t line the grooves up correctly when snapping in place or you twist to much trying to twist it off the wrong way – it will either break or frustrate you to death trying to get ‘a square peg into a round hole’ … so to speak. (NOTE: STUDY how the grooves line up carefully under a good light before you rush to put it on for the first time) the grooves (being plastic, will misshape or bend, and the most insignificant damage to a groove, will make THAT LINK useless)

    I had one link get just slightly messed up from my own wrong twist and that link was permanently useless.

    I do keep the collar looser that suggested since I have such a wonderful dog and I am not worried about his getting out of control … Just worried he may go to sniff a tree without my paying close enough attention and end up having him ripping my last remaining shoulder blade out of it’s socket … Without ever realizing how strong he is when he went to innocently smell what he thought was ‘doggie gold’ of some sort …. unfortunately a few feet beyond the length of my leash.

    =========================================

    *** UPDATE *** 12/05/09

    AFTER REGULAR USE – MY RECOMMENDATION IS EVEN HIGHER THAN MY INITIAL ECSTATIC REVIEW!

    WONDERFUL! MY DOG HAS BECOME A TOTAL NON-PULLER AND MY SHOULDER IS ALREADY FEELING BETTER!

    ABSOLUTELY NOT CRUEL – MY DOG HAS NEVER HAD ANY ADVERSE REACTION TO MY TAKING IT ON OR OFF, AND IS COMPLETELY COMFORTABLE WHEN I USE IT FOR ALL REGULAR DOG WALKS.

    TIP: Some have commented on it being difficult to snap and unsnap. I fist thought they were crazy, because it was so simple, then all the sudden I couldn’t do it at all. Then I realized when taking it off, IF! it does not quickly, smoothly and effortlessly unsnap, just STOP!, go to the other side of the metal…

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