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by Laura Pakis, Certified Professional Dog Trainer and Blogger
Knowing that professional trainers and dog owners needed an alternative, professional dog trainer, Scott Mueller, spent several years re-engineering and developing a better, more affordable training collar.
Scott Mueller has been training dogs and teaching professional dog trainers for nearly 40 years. He has experienced first hand the rise in cost and decline in the quality of the European training collars most trainers use.
The chain has a new link design with more links per foot for a smoother glide with less friction. Prong collars have shorter end connections and the same quality steel and chrome plating as the slip collars. These changes ensure the equipment will stand the test of time.
“After trying the newly designed collars, I think you will appreciate the quality, design, and pricing!” states Scott Mueller, founder and former CEO of National K9 Learning Center and School for Dog Trainers.
The staff at Acme Canine Resource Center agrees and Bridgeport Equipment is happy to be able to provide Mueller collars to the dog training market.
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