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Halti Head Dog Collar


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  • Made from lightweight, yet strong nylon webbing
  • Designed for comfort-allows freedom to pant and yawn
  • Free Haulti Safety Link, that connects to the dog's collar
  • Neoprene padded liining on the noseband
  • A unique,on-off muzzling action to close the dog's jaw
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Color: Black | Size: m
  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 2 x 5.5 inches ; 2.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B004XNLCKW
  • Item model number: COA12200BLK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,306 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Color: Black | Size: m

The Haulti Headcollar stops dogs from pulling y steering the lead so the body has to follow. It was orginally invented in 1979 by Dr Roger Mugford and is approved by vets and canine experts world wide. The Halti makes training and behaviour modification


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It has made walks much more enjoyable.
Emily
I have a German Shepherd mix puppy that is about 10 months old and very strong.
Annie Phillips
This collar helps a lot to train your dog of how to behave during walks!
Shirley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By alisslc on February 9, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: l Verified Purchase
As a dog trainer, I love the Halti. They are a great alternative to the prong collars and choke collars. They redirect the dogs attention without hurting them in any way. I would suggest looking at one size down from what they suggest in the description. My size 3 fits most dogs 60-70 lbs. I have used it on Labradors, Am Staffs, Staffordshire Terriers, Huskies, etc. The size 4 are too big to use on most of these dogs.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Terez on August 10, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: m Verified Purchase
This thing is terrific. I use it in combination with a harness, and a leash with two hooks (so the leash is hooked to the harness on the dog's back, and to the halti under the dog's chin). The halti sits loose on the dog's snout. The dog can open his mouth, drink water, eat a treat. But if he pulls or lunges, the halti clamps his mouth shut.

When we first got the halti, I was showing it to my dog to get him accustomed to it. Just in the living room. Well, he was extremely interested and wanted it on. I think the very light touch on his snout felt good to him. He wore it around the house for a day or two before I began walking him with it.

When we began to use it on walks, I was very careful not to pull the halti. For the first few days, all my leading was done with the harness. Well, the day came when he lunged and the halti clamped down on his snout.

That was it, he refused to wear it on the next walk. So I took him using the old collar and leash. But the next walk after that was at dinner time. I showed him his dinner then held it back and offered him the halti. He refused. I put dinner in the fridge. Half an hour later I took dinner out again, and again showed him dinner and offered him the halti. This time he accepted the halti. I put it on and he ate dinner while wearing it. Took him for a very long walk immediately after, and was careful not to pull on the halti.

Over time I have gradually used the leash with the halti, and now there is no issue at all. When he starts staring at another dog or at a cat, I use the halti to move his head and redirect where he's looking. It works like a charm. On the rare occasion that he lunges at a dog or cat, the halti clamps and it's very easy to pull him in another direction.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth A. Everson on May 1, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: l Verified Purchase
I purchased this for our German shepherd. We have tried choke collars, spike collars, gentle leader, and e-collars to get him to stop pulling on the leash when we walk him. This one finally did the trick. It works on the same principle as the gentle leader, but there is an important design difference that makes this more effective. There is an extra strap on each side that helps prevent the collar from slipping around his neck and out of place when he pulls. This makes all the difference. The portion that goes around his neck doesn't have to be as tight, making it easier to put on. The strap adjustment under his muzzle is easier to use. The nose piece is padded too. Great purchase, and I'm amazed we finally found something that works!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ebag333 on November 29, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: xl
We have a 90 lb Rhodesian Ridgeback (*VERY* big for a RR), but he has a pretty narrow face. The size 4 works fine snugged up, the size 3 likely would have worked if it had be loosened all the way.

My wife (who is only 5' 2") can't walk him. We have a partial choker collar (flat strap for about 2/3rds of it, choker chain for the rest) that I can walk him on, she can't even begin to walk him. With the Halti not only can she walk him, but my 2 year old can drag him around the house. Head collars work amazingly well.

Compared to the Gentle Leader, I actually prefer the Halti. If the Gentle Leader slips off, your dog is loose. The Halti has some extra straps that helps prevent that, and it also is designed to be attached to a normal collar, so even if it slips off completely you still have a solid connection. That being said, the Gentle Leader is *MUCH* simpler, and much easier to use.

Comments about the head rubbing when wearing it are very true. For both the Halti and Gentle Leader, when used our RR will rub constantly. This can be helped by regular use (leaving them in it for extended periods of time), and not just occasional use. After a while they get more used to it, and the rubbing decreases. Do not, however, leave them alone in a head collar. I wouldn't have thought it possible, but our RR managed to get his paw caught in the Halti (between the strap that connects to the collar and his neck). He likely could have gotten it out himself, but being off balance he could have also hurt himself. As I was right there, I was able to free him quickly.

For the one or two star reviews complaining about quality, the fact is that if your dog slips the harness, I'm sorry to say but you don't have it setup correctly.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By elizabeth on June 22, 2011
Color Name: BlackSize Name: l Verified Purchase
These head collars are really great to stop pulling-I only wish the material was more sturdy!One of my dogs almost chewed through the material and she only got it in her mouth for a minute.Still i would recomend these head collars for anyone who has a dog that pulls/drags them on walks.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lauren Honabach on September 4, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: l Verified Purchase
This is our 2nd Halti purchase and our 3rd Halti. We have a golden and a black lab/ golden mix and anyone who has these breeds know they are nose leaders so loose leash wasnt working for us right away especially for one of our pups who was a STRONGGGGGG puller. My husband who was a marine was having an issue with walking her even. With that said a trainer recommend us to Halti and since then I will recommend them to anyone with a nose leader ! Our golden no longer needs a Halti and has now learned to properly walk and our golden/black lab has gotten fairly close. She walks loose leash with a Halti and Most of the time on a regular loose leash but we purchased this 3rd one when our other two were getting a little ratty after over a year of daily use so that the days were our black lab/golden needs a bit of reminder on how she is suppose to properly walk we can use it and not worry that our old ones will fall apart and we will have a dog on the run. I think after all the wear and tear our dogs have done on them and strong pulling Halti has held up well and been an amazing training tool and say dont hesitate one purchasing one if u are unsure if its worth it!
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