half-check collar

Hungarian translation: félfojtó nyakörv

18:57 Aug 7, 2010
English to Hungarian translations [PRO]
Science - Livestock / Animal Husbandry
English term or phrase: half-check collar
Here's the most basic list of equipment that you will need to train your dog: ... A collar, either fixred or a half-check collar.
Kulcsár Sándor
Local time: 22:57
Hungarian translation:félfojtó nyakörv
Explanation:
A pórázt a bőrből vagy más anyagból készült nyakörv két végén levő gyűrűn keresztülfűzött láncra kell akasztani. Ha a kutya húz, akkor a lánc meghúzódik és szorítja a nyakörvet.
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félfojtó nyakörv


Explanation:
A pórázt a bőrből vagy más anyagból készült nyakörv két végén levő gyűrűn keresztülfűzött láncra kell akasztani. Ha a kutya húz, akkor a lánc meghúzódik és szorítja a nyakörvet.

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