Holt Training Head Collar

Item #1407

$11.15

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Holt Training Head Collar teaches your dog to obey using the principle that a dog's body will follow where his head leads him. Read More

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$11.15

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Description

Teaches your dog to obey using the principle that a dog's body will follow where his head leads him. More humane than other training collars and leads.
Measure around mid-point of snout.
  • Size 2: 7-8" (Springers, Cockers)
  • Size 3: 8-10" (Boxers, Dobermans)
  • Size 4: 10-11¾" (Rottweilers, Danes)

Black only.

Attributes

  • Brand: Holt
  • Type: Training
  • Form: Collar

Reviews (3)

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "awesome device"

    Worth it's weight in gold, I can now walk my dogs in peace!

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Works great!!!"

    I breed boxers and this produce works great.It does keep the boxer from pulling but you do need a few days of training them on it 1st.

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Simply the Best"

    This were first recommended to me when I had an Irish Wolfhound rescue who was perfect on leash until he saw a cat. I was no match for 170# of excited torque and this worked like a dream. Flash fwd several years to my extremely stubborn, frustrating 80# Gold Ret mix. After Sporn halter, Sporn head halter, & persistent training, I am right back to the Head Halti. Simply the most effective I've found.

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