Body Collar is a two-piece device that'll attach to your dog's leash and stop the dog from repeatedly pulling on the leash as you walk them. It'll accomplish this without causing your dog any physical pain. Body Collar comes in three different sizes, so it's suitable for virtually all dogs of all shapes, sizes, and weights. Using this device will make walks more pleasant for both you and your dog. The dog won't be sore from the pain of a collar being jerked against their neck, and you won't be exhausted from trying to control their pulling.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Body Collar is $19.95 and the shipping is FREE!
0 Visitors rate it 0 Stars
How It Works
One piece of your dog's Body Collar must be wrapped around your dog's neck, and the other around its body ( specifically, its upper back and chest ), then attached to a leash. When you gently tug on the leash to pull your dog back if it tries to charge ahead of you, the collar will apply gentle pressure to your dog's chest area (instead of the neck). Only a minimal amount of pressure will be applied to the lower neck, and none at all to the upper neck. Once your dog feels the collar's pressure on their chest, an area with calming pressure points nearby, it's expected that they'll quickly stop and wait for your direction instead of trying to pull ahead.
- Blue or Red
Body Collar comes in a shade of blue or a shade of red, so you can choose the color you like best or the one you think your dog would like best. If you have two dogs, you may want to get a different color for each so you'll be able to instantly determine whose collar is whose.
- Three Sizes Available
This collar is available in three sizes: small ( fits dogs between 10 and 30 pounds ), medium (for dogs 25 to 60 pounds), or large (best for dogs between 55 and 110 pounds). Note: There is a more specific size chart with measurements on the official website—if you're having trouble choosing between two sizes, choose a size based on measurements as opposed to weight.
- Quick to Put on and Take Off
You'll be able to put on and take off your dog's entire Body Collar in seconds, so you won't have to waste time fiddling with it either before or after a walk.
If your dog dramatically increases in size after you've obtained one of these collars, you may need to go up a size, but otherwise, you'll be able to use the collar's buckles to adjust it. The buckles are not sharp, so unless you've attached the collar too tightly, they won't dig into your dog's skin as he or she walks.
- Should Work Immediately
You should not need to extensively train your dog to respond properly to Body Collar. With praise, they should automatically begin responding to its gentle pressure during the first day of use.
- Makes Walks More Enjoyable
When either you or your dog pull on its leash while the dog wears a standard collar, this can put pressure on their neck, making their walk less enjoyable. Of course, your walk will be less enjoyable, too, if you must constantly try to stop your dog from pulling you face-first onto the ground or making you sprint. Fortunately, with the reduced amount of pulling your dog will engage in while wearing a Body Collar, these two problems will be significantly reduced or eliminated.
- Can Control Multiple Dogs
If you're a dog walker or have multiple dogs of your own, you may find it hard to control them all if they commonly try to pull you in different directions. When you use this two-piece collar, though, they'll be less likely to pull, and you'll therefore be able to experience a less strenuous walk that involves all the dogs proceeding peacefully in the same direction.
Ensure that you can fit two fingers underneath both your dog's neck collar and their chest collar. If you can't, that means your dog's collar is too tight and must be loosened for their comfort and safety. The logo on the neck collar must also be facing upward at all times.