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Halti Canine Head Collar to STOP Pullling!
Halti Canine Head Collar to STOP Pullling!
Item# halti-canine-head-collar-to-stop-pullling
Regular price: $29.99
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Product Description

Halti Canine Head Collar to STOP Pullling!
HALTI has become the world's favourite canine headcollar because it has been designed to combine maximum steering efficiency with unequalled comfort for the dog. There are no metal parts in contact with the dog's skin and the point of steering is well down the nose and away from the eyes.

A particular feature of the HALTI which is not shared by other designs of headcollar, is that it has an on-off muzzling action to close the dog's jaws.

The HALTI makes training and behaviour modification of dogs practical and safe. It can be used in a number of ways: either as a passive means to simply stop dogs pulling, or as an active training aid. Handlers can gently direct the dog's head, steering him into desired positions which can then be rewarded and linked to a command associated with that posture, for example 'sit'!

A velcro fastening can also be requested as an alternative to the standard clip fastening, to aid owners with reduced dexterity.

If you feel that dog walking is all the wrong way round and your dog is taking you for a walk then you've come to the right place. Halti head collars may be the solution for you! Halti's are designed to provide far greater control over your dog’s movement giving back control of dog walking to you the owner.

The Halti Head collar is ideal for all dog types and works to counteract their ability to pull you along. As the Halti Head collar attaches around your dogs muzzle you can steer your pet with a gentle pull on the lead. For larger dogs you may also consider a standard Halti dog collar which connects to both shoulder and chest using dual leads. Rather than jerking at a traditional lead you can now control your dog in a far calmer manner with greatly reduced force and effort leading to a far less stressful experience for both you and your dog.

Fitting the HALTI Hold your Halti by the noseband. Halti assumes the shape of your dog's head, with the two rings under his chin.

The collar section is adjustable using the slide. When the buckle is securely closed it should accurately fit your dogs neck. A two-finger slackness is the best guide.

Having fitted the Halti, see where the noseband naturally sits. It should be down the nose and away from the eyes. When you release pressure on the chin strap, make sure your dog can fully open his mouth without restriction.









Safety First Until your dog gets used to wearing the Halti, there is a small risk that he might pull the collar section over his head. Do ensure that the collar section is tight enough. No more than 2-3 fingers should fit under the collar. A recommended precaution is to link the lead to the Halti and to a conventional collar, ideally using a safety strap. Alternatively, take a double-ended training lead and attach one clip to the Halti lead ring and the other to your dog's regular collar.

Troubleshooting At first, your dog may object to wearing the Halti. Here are some hints on how to make the process more fun for your dog.

Show him the Halti and allow him to sniff it and see that it is nothing to be scared of.

To fit the Halti, give the dog some titbits with your hand through the body of the Halti.

Slide the Halti over your hand onto his nose.

Allow your dog to wear the Halti for a few minutes distracting, him with treats or play. Attach the lead. If the dog attempts to drop his head to paw at the Halti, hold a titbit to keep his head in the air.





Fitting the HALTI Hold your Halti by the noseband. Halti assumes the shape of your dog's head, with the two rings under his chin.

The collar section is adjustable using the slide. When the buckle is securely closed it should accurately fit your dogs neck. A two-finger slackness is the best guide.

Having fitted the Halti, see where the noseband naturally sits. It should be down the nose and away from the eyes. When you release pressure on the chin strap, make sure your dog can fully open his mouth without restriction.



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Safety First Until your dog gets used to wearing the Halti, there is a small risk that he might pull the collar section over his head. Do ensure that the collar section is tight enough. No more than 2-3 fingers should fit under the collar. A recommended precaution is to link the lead to the Halti and to a conventional collar, ideally using a safety strap. Alternatively, take a double-ended training lead and attach one clip to the Halti lead ring and the other to your dog's regular collar.

Troubleshooting At first, your dog may object to wearing the Halti. Here are some hints on how to make the process more fun for your dog.

Show him the Halti and allow him to sniff it and see that it is nothing to be scared of.

To fit the Halti, give the dog some titbits with your hand through the body of the Halti.

Slide the Halti over your hand onto his nose.

Allow your dog to wear the Halti for a few minutes distracting, him with treats or play. Attach the lead. If the dog attempts to drop his head to paw at the Halti, hold a titbit to keep his head in the air.