Walking the dog is great exercise for you and your dog, but sometimes it can be an exercise in futility.
That’s because traditional collars put a strain on the dogs neck, especially when you’re first training your dog to walk on a leash.
There’s a product out there called “Comfy Control” that claims to help you control your dog while out on a walk, but would “Comfy Control” get collared in our “As Seen on TV” test?
The “Comfy Control” is a harness, not a noose. It seems to be fairly simple to use. You get it through one arm. It’s got some Velcro and you adjust it to his chest diameter and two clips come up. It comes with a five foot leash.
It does not put pressure on the dogs neck, but his chest. You can pull the dog away and it’s not going to hurt his neck.
The “Comfy Control” is a huge upgrade from the choker chain, prong collar, or the regular dog collar. If you have a stubborn dog, and are trying to train him properly, the “Comfy Collar” is certainly a better way.
The “Comfy Control” is definitely not a pain in the neck and gets the thumbs up.
“Comfy Control” comes in four different sizes to fit just about every size dog.