Commonly seen a type of canine fashion accessory, collars play various roles, which include carrying pet ID tags to help identify dogs (should a become lost or separated from his pet parents) as well as being used for training purposes. While a stylish pink nylon dog collar or a handsome adjustable dog collar that bears your favorite NFL logo may not seem like tools used for training they are often used, since they help dogs learn to be directed by their pet parents. There are also dog training collars that have been specifically designed for use with dog obedience and leash training. When initially learning how to walk on a leash, many dogs have a tendency to resist or walk against the weight of your pull, which is why utilizing either a strong chain collar or sturdy nylon dog collar can come in handy. Developed to help train and control dogs that have a strong need or show ample resistance to training using a standard collar, there are metal training collars that are equipped with metal prong links. Often used with dogs that have a strong tendency to pull their pet parents on a leash opposed to allowing themselves to be walked, these training collars help control these dogs and inhibit their tendency to pull. Whether you opt for standard adjustable nylon collars or special dog training collars equipped with chain prong links, effectively train your precious pooches with the type of collar that will work best for them.