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Petlife Halti Head Collar Black

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PetLife Halti Headcollar is a training aid for dogs. Made with soft but extremely strong webbing that fits easily onto your dogs's head. Stops dogs pulling while allowing the freedom to pant and yawn. It works using the same principle as a halter when leading a horse. Attach your lead to the Halti connecting ring to quickly and easily teach your dog not to pull away. As your dog begins to pull, the Halti will steer the dog's head towards you, controlling the dog's direction of movement. Dog size guide: X Small: Yorkshire Terrier, Toy Poodle, Miniature Dachshund, Papillons Small: Bichon Frise, Cavalier King Charles, Maltese, Jack Russell, West Highland Terrier Medium: Beagle, Cocker Spaniel, Scottish Terrier, Border Collie, Staffordshire Bull Terrier Large: German Shepherd, Dalmatian, Doberman, Boxer, Labrador X Large: Newfoundland, Rottweiler, Bull Mastiff, Rhodesian Ridgeback, Great Dane XX Large: St Bernard, Bloodhound, Irish Wolfhound
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    • Brand
      PetLife
    • Life Stage
      All
    • Training Type
      Other Trainings
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    Customer Reviews(21)

    • Kiesha says... Bought a halti for my cattledog after recommendation from the vet. I'd tried a few different products beforehand, but he was still a pain in the rear end to walk. Being a rescue dog, he'd obviously had no leash training or many walks out in general. I'll admit, it wasn't a miracle, but there was a noticeable difference after 1st use. Now a few months on, he is a dream to walk! Even though he is naturally hyperactive & excitable, there's no more pulling & he even is more calm when out. It is starting to wear a bit now, but it has lasted a year, so that's very good in my eyes.
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    • sheina says... Great product! Works on my lab amazingly. He has agression and is super strong, but the halti makes it so easier to control him! Hoping to viy another one soon, as his is tethering as we have had it for over a year
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    • JANELLE says... Worth every cent when it makes your Great Dane walk beside you and not take you for a walk, Walking so much easier and enjoyable, no more struggling, top product, but DO AND GET FITTED, like a someone elses review we had to go down a size
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    • Sophie says... It's a miracle! I had he hardest, strongest dog to walk. He pulled me the whole time, if he saw a dog, don't get me started! And now he walks like a show dog. Persist, persist, persist! If your dog tries to get it off, just keep walking with encouragement. They WILL learn to love it. I'm a very happy customer!
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    • Jen Zen says... I bought the Halti for my Staffordshire Terrier yesterday, using it for the first time today. After years of winding up with sore backs and knees from his constant pulling, I was so surprised to see him respond IMMEDIATELY!! I have just really, really enjoyed walking him for the first time since he found his strength at about 8 months of age. It's too soon to really give a call on quality, but all I can say is the HALTI WORKS :-) Very happy customer.
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    • Loki says... Our two beagles use to pull like crazy and it was a nightmare going for walks. But within 5 minutes of using the Halti headcollar, they both stopped pulling, it was like magic! When you first put the collar on, they hate it but it only takes 5 minutes for them to get use to it. Now we all really enjoy going for walks.
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    • Ant says... As soon as using the Halti my dog was instantly walking next to me, but the recommended size for my dog was too large for him so he was able to get the fabric in his mouse and chew it in 1/2 within 20sec. I bought another at a smaller size and it snapped on our first walk when he tried to go into a bush and I had to pull him out.
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    • Natalie says... While the Halti worked in controlling the pulling the first few times, my lab x maremma was so determined to have it off her face she would scratch at it despite it being well fitted until it came off. I no longer bother as she becomes greatly distressed and immediately tries to back out of it, in turn having it tighten around her mouth to a degree that causes pain.
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    • Lee says... The first one I bought, my staff/bully chewed through it before we left the store. The store graciously replaced it. But again, rapidly chewed through. Will get another one but need more durable fabric.
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    • Tom says... These things are amazing! We were having trouble walking our 2 BoxerXLabs with body harnesses as they just would dig in and bound off with us attatched! With the Halti's we couldnt believe they were the same dogs! Walking beside us, loose leads. It was excellent! I was standoffish with them knowing the power of our 2 but im proven incorrect, they didnt enjoy them one bit at first but once we were off they forgot all about them really. Would recommend to anybody
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