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Yes, chokers are for experienced hands I think. I knew someone who broke the
trachea of his young Golden's throat by jerking the poor dog off it's feet
and then tried to blame the pet shop and it's employees for selling him a
choker! That is the last time I sold a choker to someone who wasn't enrolled
in an obedience class or had real experience training dogs. I then and there
decided to sell pinch collars to people with powerful stubborn young adult
dogs or training harnesses or head collars. And I made sure that I explained
how to use them and caution the owners not to leave them on when not
training. Some people have NO Sense at all and a choker is really a noose
that you put on your dog. Fine if the dog understands the concept of heel,
stay ect.. and the owner is experienced.
Hazelanne