Choke chains are usually reserved for large dogs that

Note: I am 100% against using choke chains, prong collars or shock collars in all dog training situations. Period. Comments? Please comment below.

If choke chains didnt cause pain and damage, then it would be fine to use them on small dogs.

So just choke the living shit out of your poor dog, pinch collars are more humane than a choke chain! The dog learns faster and they are the one's pinching themselves by the trainer keeping still is not pulling as soon as the dog realizes oh I can't go that way because he's learning what the Alfa wants and mind they are not being wrong this way! Now all those heavy handed men & women can ruin an animal with a pinch collar or choke chain or whatever they find to beat an animal and yes those people need to be the focus not everyone who use' it correctly! Its really easy to see what the animal thinks of a bad owner focus on those abusers!

How do I measure my dog for a choke chain?

Chrome Dog Choke Chains we carry: (remember to add 2-3 inches to the circumference of the neck) Choke and prong collars are still extremely popular with many dog owners. They are generally made of metal chain material which tightens around a dog’s neck when the handler pulls or jerks back on the leash. Aversive trainers will often use choke and prong collars to perform 'corrections', essentially causing the dog pain any time he pulls on the leash or misbehaves.

dog when necessary. Some owners use the choke chain as

“As the name implies, this collar is made of metal links and is designed to control your dog by tightening around your dog’s neck. It is supposed to sit high up on the dog’s neck just behind her ears. Unlike the martingale collar, there is no way to control how much the choke chain tightens, so it’s possible to choke or strangle your dog. It can also cause other problems too, such as injuries to the trachea and esophagus, injuries to blood vessels in the eyes, neck sprains, nerve damage, fainting, transient paralysis, and even death.”

Are slip dog collars (choke chain) dangerous?