Training Collars - Getting A-head of the Game
are any number of reasons that people are unable to
control their dogs on a leash, which is why the Halti
Training Collars are becoming more and more popular.
It could be a lack of obedience training, simple stubbornness
on the dog's part, or a physical problem of the owner's,
such as arthritis, or poor balance that is threatened
when a dog jumps or surges forward.
Halti head dog collars work on the simple principle
that a dog doesn't like their head turned on them. The
two straps fit around the muzzle, and up over the back
of the neck, forming a dual-part correction system,
triggered by the leash fastened to a ring under the
muzzle. When the dog tries to dash forward, the muzzle
loop tightens, and the neck loop applies pressure as
they reach the end of their leash. The effect is to
bring the head down and around, which would be a submissive
position in the wild.
model constructed along similar lines, is the Gentle
Leader, also made with the loop around the muzzle, and
over the back of the neck. The theory behind its success,
is that as pack animals, dogs are often disciplined
by the alpha animal, who will grip them by the muzzle.
The pressure applied to the back of the neck, is reminiscent
of their discipline as puppies, when the dam would pick
models have been found to be effective in controlling
the exuberance of a dog with too much "joie de
vivre", whether it is a toy poodle, or a St. Bernard.
The head collars, which are often mistaken for muzzles,
but which don't restrict the dog's mouth in any way,
are extremely useful for the elderly, physically handicapped,
and pregnant handlers.
you need them for control, or as an aid in proper training,
a Halti head dog collar or a Gentle Leader, offers a
simple, but effective way of getting and keeping your
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