Refunds on Herm Sprenger Collars
Be Advised of our Exchange & Refund Policy on Herm Sprenger Collars.
If you purchase the wrong size for you or your dog that is not a problem, you may return the item for a size exchange. We do not give cash returns on any Herm Sprenger items. It can't have been used and exchange has to be within 30 days of purchase.
Note: All prices in US Dollars
Herm Sprenger is known for its sophisticated production techniques, consistent quality and superb craftsmanship in dog, boat and horse products. Only the highest quality of raw materials make these collars superior. These collars are available in different sizes, but you can simply add more links if necessary. Exquisite materials and a 100% quality control make Herm Sprenger chains a symbol for high quality and security. To easily distinguish the origin of your chain, each ring and swivel is stamped with our quality mark HS-Germany - Chains are for use in the various fields of dog training, hunting and security services
Fur Savers are measured from outside of O-Ring to outside of O-Ring. When Fur Savers are listed in Inches from Herm Sprenger
"I stand fearlessly for small dogs, the American Flag, motherhood and the Bible. That's why people love me" - Art Linkletter
I purchased a quick release stainless steel Herm Springer collar from you, size large. I love the collar! It has ended my dog's problems with an apparent allergy to chrome and other metals that he experienced with a cheaper collar. Plus, your collar has made training so much easier!
Measuring for a collar
When purchasing a collar MM=Thickness in millimeters and IN=Length in centimeters and inches when the collar is laid open. In general, lighter ( smaller MM diameter) collars are more responsive and heavier ( larger MM ) collars are suited to larger dogs with thicker coats.
Herm Sprenger's collars come in MM sizes. For understandability in the US market they are translated into inch measurements. It isn't an exact measurement when we state it in inches. It's the closest that we can come to it. The differences in the actual size of the collars are different with each collar type since the link sizes and type of metals actually affect the outcome.
Note: When sizing a prong collar, measure your dog just behind the ears and under the chin. Prong collars are meant to fit snugly and not to go over the dog. Measure and then add about 2 inches. The collar should be able to be put on and taken off. You can add or reduce the size by adding and removing the individual prongs.
Prong Collars should never be left on a dog all day or without supervision and should only be used when training or walking your dog. These should not be a dogs primary collar.