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I don't believe I've ever met a single dog who continued to lunge with a prong collar on.

Tara, meet Madigan. :}

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and, again.

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in thread (Email Removed) (Leah) whittled the following words:
I don't believe I've ever met a single dog who continued to lunge with a prong collar on.

Tara, meet Madigan. :}

IS the collar fitted snugly, and high up right behind the ears?

Collar fit and placement is crucial.
http://www.leerburg.com/fit-prong.htm
Or have you tried a sporn halter?
IS the collar fitted snugly, and high up right behind the ears?

Originally, no. If you remember, my first trainer incorrectly showed me how to fit one. But later on, yes. And she still lunged.
Or have you tried a sporn halter?

Yes, that's why I discounted no-pull halters. Didn't work for her. But I've heard a lot of good things about the Premier, so I may give it a shot.

At least, I want to try it out on some of the pullers in my classes in lieu of a GL.

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