Walk 'n Train Head Halter XSmall (Sz 0) - Medium (Sz 2) Color: Black Size: Size 0
Works just like a horse halter.
This is a very effective, non painful head control. Very safe since it has two contact points for security. It's a bit of a challenge to put on your dog the first few times, but they get used to it easily because it means "hurray, we're going for a walk!"
October 8, 2013
Walk 'n Train Head Halter
I absolutely LOVE this head halter! I have a large dog that used to pull constantly. She would wear me out before we got very far on our walks. The first time I put this head halter on her, I couldn't believe the difference! She walked beside me nicely without pulling! I actually enjoy my walks with her now! The directions on how to put the halter on my dog were very clear and easy to follow. The first time I put it on my dog, she shook her head a few times trying to get it off, but that didn't last long and now she doesn't mind it at all. I also like the fact of the added safety strap that hooks to her neck collar just in case it ever does come off. One time a semi truck roared past us and made a loud noise which startled us both! She backed up abruptly and I thought the head halter might come off, but it never did. Even if it had, the safety strap was attached to her neck collar so she wouldn't have been able to get away. Great product!
September 18, 2013
My friend calls it a "snoop loop" I call it power steering. You don't lead a horse by a strap on it's neck you lead it by a loop over its nose and around it's head. I just adopted an adolescent lab-mutt-mutt mix who was the first dog I was actually ever afraid was going to pull the leash out of my hand. With a combination of the snoop loop and some pointers from Dr. Sophia Yin (look her up!), I can walk him with the leash loosely dangling from one finger. no joke. I also got one for my Jack Russel who already walked politely on a loose leash but I found it was really useful for 1: keeping her head off the ground ( she's so short she would scoop up random food off the sidewalks without missing a beat or me noticing) 2: and keeping her moving along when other dogs are trying to pick a fight with her I can turn her head and the body follows, instead of her standing on her back legs and the regular flat collar gagging her while she's trying to "give them h*ll" back. I have to say it was a bit difficult to fit her with a proper size, she generally an odd/non-standard shape and hard to fit, but the lab-mix's snoop fits perfectly in his loop.
August 18, 2013
I have an English mastiff - so he's pretty big. I'd tried other halters, but they usually slipped off his muzzle quickly - and he'd fight me tooth and nail when wearing it. This halter, though, is different. Stays in place, doesn't slip off - even when he tries to pull back. It is clearly more comfortable for him to wear - he doesn't fight me nearly as much as he did with other halters. First time putting it on and he was walking at my side as if he'd worn one for months. It is easy to adjust and put on - I love the tags that are on each part, so you know exactly what goes where, first time out of the box. I aboslutely recommend this halter, especially for shorter-muzzled breeds like mastiffs or giant breeds. Best purchase I've made all year!
August 16, 2013