• Model: HS9##1049 Brass Fur Saver 51604 (33)
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Herm Sprenger Fur Saver Collar Brass | Fur Saver Collar UK

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Herm Sprenger Fur Saver Collar with Brass Long Links

Herm Sprenger Fur Saver Collar for long-haired dogs is a perfect walking and training tool that will save brilliant look of your pet and will not tear out its fur. Long links are safe for fine and long fur of dog. In addition, brass is a rust-resistant and attractive-looking metal that will make your dog a bright figure at everyday walk.

Herm Sprenger Fur Saver Collar will help you to stop your dog from pulling. the tightening effect makes dog be obedient and calm. Use this choke collar for walking and obedience training. If you want to train your dog commands for a shorter period of time - use our prong dog collars. They are safe for dog and effective in dog training.

This Fur Saver is available also in variants made of stainless steel and non-allergic alloy curogan.

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Herm Sprenger fur saver collar

Herm Sprenger Fur Saver Collar made of Brass

Herm Sprenger Fur Saver Collar key features:

  • Rust-resistant brass (alloy of copper and zinc)
  • Safe polished
  • Cast safe long rings
  • Safe for long-haired dogs
  • Quality Certificate

Fur Saver Collar intended use:

  • For dogs with fine and long fur
  • Training and walking
  • Recommended for dogs with max. weight 60 kg

Sizes of this dog collar:

  • There are sizes from 21" till 30" (54 cm - 76 cm) available
  • 4 mm wire gauge

Materials of this dog collar:

  • Brass (copper-zinc alloy)

How to choose and use a choke dog collar:

When choosing a choke dog collar is important to remember:
  • Measure your dog's neck circumference.
  • Add approximately 3 inches to your dog neck circumference - it is the size of choke collar.
  • Write us the head circumference of your dog in the widest area (along the ears and under the snout).

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 30 May, 2013.

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