I have collected a lot of dog training equipment over the years. I mean, a LOT. Back in the 80's and 90's our main equipment consisted of choke collars and prong collars. I had them in every size. You know what pieces of equipment I haven't used since the 90's? Chokes and prongs!
So, the dilemma becomes what do I do with this old stuff? I'm not donating it--I don't want another dog to experience the pain and anxiety that this equipment can cause. Now, I will admit that I've found that choke chains can be converted to hang water buckets in the barn, and with the addition of a snap hook can be used to secure gates. I've found no barn hacks for prong collars, but I digress...
What do I do?
I joined Pet Professional Guild's fantastic program, Project Trade. It's a win for dogs and a win for my clients. Why? Because I will help my clients out of the same situation I was in--outdated dog training equipment laying around the house with zero uses. How? I will accept your trades of choke collars, prong collars, shock collars, bark collars, and e-fence equipment AND offer you discounts off of my services for your trade!
Visit our Project Trade page for more details!