BLACK Prong Collar Sprenger Stainless Steel
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BLACK Prong Collar Sprenger Stainless Steel

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Prong Collar ULTRA PLUS Stainless Steel

Now available in small, medium and large!

Nylon Cover and Extra Links?

 Get a prong collar cover for $25.00 with your collar purchase

 Extra Links for all collars are also available

Please note for items we are out of stock of we are happy to assist with taking a preorder. Please contact us at and we will assist you.

The Herm Sprenger Brand is the PREMIUM prong collar brand made from Heavy Duty Stainless Steel.

This is the BLACK Stainless version, look great, less noticeable.

These are the best and strongest prong collars on the market.

This is the Ultra Plus version as it is the highest quality and it is by far the most effective training collar

The prong training collar can be an extremely helpful training tool used correctly, we recommend that you seek professional advice on using one of these collars if you have not trained with one before.

Collars will be supplied at the below measurements. Each collar can have 4 links removed to make smaller and up to 4 links can be added (additional cost).


Size Guide:

Please note that the sizing of the prong collars relates to the size of the link not the length of the chain. Please refer to the below guide when choosing your collar, if you are not sure please feel free to contact us for assistance.

SMALL (2.25mm gauge) - Supplied at 35cm. 
With 4 links removed, collar length will be 26cm. With 4 links added, collar length will be 45cm. (each link is approx. 2.5cm)

Suitable for dogs up 25 - 30 Kilos e.g. Boxers, Staffords, Poodles, Small Malinois, Doberman, Maltese, Pugs.

MEDIUM (3.2mm gauge) - Supplied at 57cm.
With 4 links removed, collar length will be 43cm. With 4 links added, collar length will be 73cm. (each link is approx. 4cm)

Suitable for dogs up 25 - 55 Kilos e.g. German Shepherds, larger Malinois, Rottweillers, Goldern Retrievers, Labradors, Great Danes, Saint Bernards.

LARGE (4mm gauge) - Supplied at 59cm.
With 4 links removed, collar length will be 42.5cm. You are able to add as many links as you like to this collar as it is the largest on offer. (each link is approx 4.5cm).

Please note this collar is for Giant Breeds only over 55 kilo's e.g. Great Danes, Saint Bernards, New Foundlands, Tibetan Mastiffs.

The life expectancy of this collar is endless! 

 Note: We recommend always using a back up collar with any prong collar for safety reasons. While these collars will not break, there is always the chance of the collar being fitted incorrectly.

Helpful Information on Prong Collars


Article "Do I need a Back Up collar with a prong Collar" here


Article "Fitting a Prong Collar" here


Article "Measure your dog for a Prong Collar" here


25 Reviews

  • Black prong Sprenger Collar

    Posted by on 14th Jan 2019

    I love it. Both of my dogs are now wearing these collars and walking them is now a pleasure, no more pulling.

  • HS black SS prong collar

    Posted by LaoK on 6th Dec 2018

    People who criticise the use of a prong collar have never owned a densely muscled and extremely strong Dobermann. I did body building in my youth and still have strong muscles but my 13 month old Dobermann takes all of my strength to hold her back when using a flat collar.

    I used a prong collar many years ago on my German shepherd but it was a cheap knock-off and the prongs were a little sharp. I still have it and when compared to the German Herm Sprenger prong collar it is very inferior.

    I have just started using the large HS prong collar because my 2.5mm HS prong collar is too small now.

    I can not walk my Dobermann on a flat collar. She just pulls like mad. However, with the prong collar on her neck she behaves and requires minimal correction.

    Without a prong collar my wife can not walk the dog. Just too dangerous. A big risk of being pulled over and dragged.

    Doberman’s are lovely dogs but they are like body builders on steroids when they pull. I’m sure if I tied her to my Land Cruiser she could pull it from a stationary position.

    I do not hurt her, she hurts herself if she pulls.

    I think that out of all of the collars that I own the prong collar is the most invaluable

  • Black prong collar sprenger stainless steel

    Posted by Andrew on 5th Nov 2018

    This has been a fantastic addition for the training of our dog. He has been much more controllable and responsive since we have included this in his training program.

  • Excellent Tool for Teaching Loose Leash Walking

    Posted by Alexandra Barlow on 15th Oct 2018

    I first bought a Herm Sprenger Prong Collar for my 4yo desexed male Dobermann, Busta (as in Rhymes - we didn't name him - he's a rehome) 12 months ago.

    He is VERY dog reactive and simply WOULD not walk nicely on leash even if there were no other dogs around. If he even thought he could see or hear another dog way off in the distance he would literally drag us along until he found it. When he makes up his mind to get to something he is unbelievably strong and nothing could stop him. My partner is a big, solid, strong man and Busta pulled him off his feet and dragged him several times as if he were a rag doll. Busta also did the same to me with the result being we sustained some quite nasty injuries from which we still bear the scars.

    We spent hundreds of dollars buying different collars, harnesses, leashes, seeing multiple dog trainers (all of whom used different training methods - many of which completely contradicted each other) - you name it, we spent the money and tried it.

    Then I discovered Steve Courtney and I really liked his training methodology. I spent hours watching his videos and reading his blogs and was convinced his training methods were consistent with my beliefs about how dogs should be trained. Plus he also gets results.

    Unfortunately for us, but fantastic for him, he is always booked out for months. We couldn't get Busta on a course until the following year (May 2018). I asked Steve whether there was anyone in Brisbane he could recommend until we could get Busta on one of his Board and Train Courses. As it happens there is a trainer in Brisbane whom Steve mentored and works with.

    When I phoned Nicole Leyden she said "it sounds as if we will probably need to use a prong collar with him." I thought to myself "NOT. A. CHANCE!!! I'm never, in my lifetime, using that type of device on my dog. NOT EVER!!!"

    I took him to Nicole's and we spent nearly 3 hours watching him reacting to her dogs. He would react and then lie quietly. Every time we thought he had calmed down and was okay with her dog, he would go berserk and try to get at it.

    We put a stabilisation collar on him and the behaviour kept repeating - over and over and over throughout the session.

    Then Nicole asked me to trust her to try something. She put a Herm Sprenger collar on him and the change was, quite literally, unbelievable and miraculous.

    We worked him in the prong collar with her dog close by and I am completely serious when I say he immediately, after a couple of very light corrections, stopped pulling, lunging, barking and snarling. He also immediately, of his own volition, started walking on a loose leash in the perfect position by my side - something he had never done from the day we brought him home.

    This original collar I'm referring to, was silver and I received a lot of negative attention in the form of verbal and physical abuse from complete strangers (many of them not dog owners). I even had one woman physcially assault me while I was sitting at a cafe having lunch with a friend (Busta was lying quietly and happily on his place mat by my feet). She walked past, stopped, turned around and said "Is that a Prong Collar on that dog." I ignored her and she grabbed the leash, tried to wrestle Busta away from me and then tried to remove Busta's prong collar. He was terrified and wouldn't let her touch him. He managed to struggle away from her and back to me. When the woman realised she was attracting a lot of attention had a number of witnesses to her assault she let go and ran off.

    We have since acquired a second Dobermann - Jagger - 3yo undesexed male. He had no leash skills at all and was dragging us all over the place. If he wanted to go in a certain direction - we were going in that direction whether we liked it or not.

    I immediately went on K9 Pro's website to order another Herm Sprenger Prong Collar. That was when I realised it came in black. So I ordered two - one for Busta and one for Jagger.

    The black collars are a lot less noticeable, especially if you use the Prong Collar Cover, which K9 Pro also has on their website.

    Jagger immediately understood what was required of him when on leash and has stopped pulling, walks beautifully on a loose leash and I never have to use correction. I've only used the Prong Collar a couple of times on Jagger and he has immediately adopted the same behaviour in any type of collar. Busta, however, is much more stubborn and wilful and he sometimes reverts to his old behaviour in a standard collar.

    Having been fervently against Prong Collars, a point of view borne of ignorance about how they actually work and bad (read uninformed, ignorant and incorrect) public opinion, I wouldn't use any other collar.

    Both dogs respect their collars, tow the line and behave nicely as soon as we put them on.

    Used correctly, I highly recommend it as a tool to be used for keeping you safe, your dog safe and other people's dogs safe.

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