Walk 'n Train Head Halter 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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Walk 'n Train Head Halter
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.
Sizes Available for Walk 'n Train Halter:
- Size 2: 7-8" (Springers, Cockers)
- Size 3: 8-10" (Boxers, Dobermans)
- Size 4: 10-11 3/4" (Rottweilers, Danes)
- Brand: Holt
- Type: Training
- Form: Collar
"Trainer head collar"
I purchased 2 of them for our two cattle dogs and they were able to remove them in seconds but they were easy to put back on but I eventually gave up never opened one them I believe I'll just go to a chest harness
I have a rescue GSD that has been a handful to train. She has done great except for walking on a leash. Constant pulling. We tried every type of leash and harness. This head collar is padded across the nose (which the others we tried were not). It also has an extra strap that I believe helps with comfort. It took a couple of weeks for her to get completely used to it, but the difference has been unbelievable!
"This collar is ok."
While it does get the job done, it needs a padded nose band, and a little tougher adjustment for the neck collar part. The dog I am training has slipped this collar a few times, as well as unclipping the collar attachment, and getting the adjustable clip for the nose band undone. If it was a little heavier made it would be ideal.
Worth it's weight in gold, I can now walk my dogs in peace!
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.
"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.