Company Of Animals HALTI Headcollar, Black, 2-Size
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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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What is a Halti Headcollar & how does it work?
The Halti stops dogs from pulling by steering the head so the body has to follow. It was invented in 1979 by Dr Roger Mugford and is approved and recommended by vets and canine professionals worldwide. Its unique patented design works by gently directing the dog’s head, steering him into the desired position, just as a headcollar works to steer a horse. 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. Millions have been sold worldwide to grateful owners of pulling dogs.
What Makes the Halti Unique?
The Halti is made from lightweight, yet strong nylon webbing. It is designed for comfort and allows your dog freedom to pant and yawn.
Halti features a unique, on-off muzzling action to close the dog’s jaws, helping to give you greater control. All Halti 's now feature a padded noseband for extra comfort. The 'standard' Halti has neoprene padding and the 'padded' Halti , features leather padding. Each Halti comes complete with a free Halti Safety Link that connects to the dog’s collar, for extra security and a comprehensive fitting and training guide.
Halti Harness & Halti Lead
The Halti Harness was designed by Dr Roger Mugford to stop a dog pulling by providing front control. It applies the same principle as the Halti Headcollar but by steering the dog from his chest rather than by his head. The Halti Harness puts owners in control of dogs that don’t like or cannot wear a Halti Headcollar. The patented front control system steers the dog from his chest and shoulders - and thus sets the direction in which he can move. Unlike other designs of anti-pull harnesses, the Halti does not put painful pressure on the body and is always comfortable. Ideally used with a double-ended lead to give maximum control, the back ring above the shoulders acts as a brake while the front lead steers.
The multi-functional Halti Training Lead, was designed by Dr Roger Mugford to control, guide and tether a dog in everyday situations. It is made from super-soft padded material, which is extremely strong, yet very comfortable to hold. It can be used in 8 versatile different functions, it is 2m in length and is double-ended for flexibility. Ideal for use with Halti Headcollar and Harness or just as an everyday lead. Available in two widths; S (w:15mm), L (w:25mm) and in a choice of Black or Red.
Halti Headcollar Fitting Tips
Time should be taken when accustoming a dog to the Halti, so that he has a positive association with it. Initially place the noseband flat in your hand and feed the dog treats, so that he is happily putting his nose through it. When he accepts it, the neck section can be secured so it’s snug but not too tight. On a correctly fitted Halti, the noseband naturally sits half way down the nose and away from the eyes. When you release pressure on the chin strap, make sure the dog can fully open his mouth without restriction.
When introducing the Halti, continual praise and reward using treats is recommended so wearing the Halti becomes a positive experience. Refer to the instruction manual for more information on how to do this. Never leave the Halti on an unsupervised dog as he may chew it.
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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DirectionsThe HALTI Collar incorporates a colorful two-tone design with a strong webbing outer and a soft yet durable easy-clean neoprene lining, ensuring comfort for the dog.
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Top customer reviews
The actual use of this thing is borderline lifechanging for me and my dogs. My vet actually recommended this for the leash reactive dog. On the first walk she learned not to pull and my bullheaded husky, for the first time in her like, walked beside us rather than choking herself. I would entirely recommend them to anyone dealing with pulling issues!
The first try, he made several attempts to stop the walk and paw it off of his face. He did NOT like the feel of it. But each time I gave him a firm "No. Leave it." By the end of the walk, he'd left it alone and I had the best walk ever with him. No pulling. He stayed right by my side, which is the owner's DREAM.
We've taken maybe four walks, and he's not quite adjusted. The last walk was going to be a quickie as I was taking my 8-year-old to the bus stop. I quickly slid on the Halti, hooked on the leash, and once he was out the door he planted his feet into the grass and basically said, "I am NOT taking one more step with this thing on my face!" So back into the house he went. I didn't have time to deal with his rebellion. ;)
Every Friday, Danny gets to go to work with my husband. Right now, he's doing some remodeling at his uncle's house, who takes him for a few walks throughout the day. My husband said he did great on every walk. He was initially resistant to it on each walk, but eventually he left it alone, and the walk was very enjoyable. No pulling! It definitely does the job on that front! You just gotta give your dog time to adjust to it.
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