2. You Have More Control Over Bad Behavior
After training your dog, you’d like to take it out on walks, and maybe a few mountain hiking. Whatever trip you decide, it’s your responsibility to control its social behavior.
Hence, you need a control tool. Which will it be? Collar or harness! Traditionally, collars are used for dog’s behavioral control. How effective have they been?
If your dog has a tiny neck and a slender frame like Dachshunds and Miniature Poodles, collars are not advisable. Imagine trying to pull your dog away. Then, oops! You snap its neck or its spinal cord.
All right, your dog has a neck as thick as its head like Pugs and Whippets. Is collar the solution? No, collars still can’t help.