What type of collar is best for a dog that pulls?
These are collars that have prongs on the inside of the collar that essentially stab the dog’s neck when they pull. About the only thing prong collars have over shock collars is they don’t have any timing component in their use.
Can my dog wear a martingale collar all the time?
No, martingale collars should NOT be worn all the time. Because of the martingale’s tightening function, martingales can become a choking hazard if left on unattended dogs.
Do martingale collars stop dogs pulling?
Because the collar slightly tightens when there is tension put on the leash, your dog will be less likely to try to twist or back out of their collars. A martingale dog collar will eventually teach your dog not to tug or pull, giving you more control over them while they are on leash.