Influence/Lockable Training Cord Collar. *See recommended use of cord collars

Product code: VWL12

Product information

Lockable 6mm Training Cord Collar with brass ring and a plastic toggle.

The cord collar maintains its position on the dogs neck thanks to the fitted toggle making this a great training aid.

Please select size required from drop down box - Size guide: Measure the largest part of the dogs head and add on 3 inches.

Recommended use of cord collars

Cord collars are designed as a training aid and are not to be substituted for your regular collar. It is recommended to have two lines on your dog, one on the cord collar for corrections/reinforcements only and the second line attached to your regular collar/harness.

Technical specifications

Product Code VWL12

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Fast reliable service

Item delivered and exactly as needed

Daniel Hunter | Sunderland | May 2022

Loved the product did what I expected

Nothing worked great

Judith Silk-Smith | | May 2022

Great training tool

I use this on my GSD if her heel position starts to get sloppy, it's easy to use to correct off lead heel work too as you can grab the collar as a means to correct.

Ollie Milner | UK | March 2022

Influence collar

The most important thing about this collar is to position and use it correctly. When done so, this can be a game changer. Used it twice on our 4year old German Shepherds who are not used to walking on leads and with a couple of corrections, both dogs walked perfectly to heal and without pulling. The third time I put it on the dogs, there was no need for any corrections since only a couple of verbal corrections were needed. Since then, they have walked beautifully on their leads.

It was well worth the small financial investment, my only regret is that I didn’t invest in one before now!

Jane Thompson | Shropshire | January 2022

Great company/products and the delivery was spot on

Great product perfect for my GSD

Jonathan Assender | Kent | January 2022

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