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only if I'm training, actually haven't used one in awhile.

Something to ponder for those who leave collars , any collar on dogs unsupervised, very dangerous..they can get hung up/play with another dog get jaws stuck, can 'kill' your dog accidentally.

Never leave collars on a dog unsupervised..

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only if I'm training, actually haven't used one in awhile.

Something to ponder for those who leave collars , any collar on dogs unsupervised, very dangerous..they can get hung up/play with another dog get jaws stuck, can 'kill' your dog accidentally.

Never leave collars on a dog unsupervised..
Zoey's always naked, prong when going for rides,walks,training and regular collar around company. My neighbor leaves his prong on his Malinois puppy all the time except for bed, but that's because this dog is nuts and the owner has MS. If you are constantly correcting your dog inside, I'd leave the prong on since you ARE indeed training him, of course, supervised.


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