Cancel Reply Name Email (never published) Website Comment Search for: Blogger Lindsay Stordahl Lindsay Stordahl (with her mutt Ace) is the blogger behind That Mutt. Blogger Julia Thomson Julia Thomson SL" BucksMom is offline Quote Quick Reply post #3 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-27-2009, 11:45 PM BucksMom Elite Member Join Date: Aug 2007 Location: Where The Dogs Are Half choke collar doesn't work as she had one when we got her.Click to expand... It is also useful for dogs who stare as you can use the headcollar to turn the dog away and therefore break eye contact.Dogmatic.
Like all gadgets it can harm your dog if they are leaping around but unlike the halti and collar, it doesn't damage the neck causing very expensive vet treatment, all a Of course, I know absolutely nothing about the dog and the owner and what problems they may have encountered, but I wonder whether it is possible to use a prong collar Is it ok to train loose-leash walking (I read a post about it on here) with this type of collar?NO, you must never teach a dog to walk on a loose WARNING: the Gencon *does* tighten so I would not use it if your dog is pulling a lot or lungeing regularly. http://www.thatmutt.com/2009/06/24/reasons-not-to-buy-a-halti/
Whichever training tools you use with your dog, make sure that you are using them in a humane fashion and ensure they are used as teaching tools rather than punishment tools. sigggghhh. My GF and I went to the Columbus Pet Expo on Saturday and there were tons of dogs wearing gentle leaders and working very well with them on. I get a lot of flak for this in the dog training community, but I am not a fan of the Halti, Gentle Leader and No-Pull Harnesses.
When you go outside and you're dog starts pulling change direction imedietly and keep doing it when she pulls. Used with a double ended lead to have two points of conact, one on the front of the dog and one at the shoulders. And you have to take the time to fit it correctly. How To Use A Halti Harness A friend suggested a haltie which we tried for the first time today.
By the way, I use e-collar. Dog Halti Reviews Clamping the mouth shut. These can be phased in once the dog has the idea to help him focus on (an unpredictable) you "Oh what gold there is to find when one is blessed with http://www.labradorforums.co.uk/17-top-lab-tips/43332-halti-problems.html Zak George's Dog Training rEvolution 437,137 views 11:48 5 Futuristic Gadgets For Dogs - Duration: 10:56.
She hates it, we've had for a few weeks now so it's not like its a new thing yet she tries to rub it off banging into my knee for most Halti Head Collar Instructions You can only upload a photo (png, jpg, jpeg) or a video (3gp, 3gpp, mp4, mov, avi, mpg, mpeg, rm). Check out my interview with Ty on protection dogs and his post for That Mutt on the rottweiler. 58 Readers Commented Join discussion ← Older Comments Katie Kelly, CPDT Reply on ANyway my question is when we put it on him, he obviously hated it as not used to it but threw himself around and it came clean off.
It is also not in the real world, an owner doesn't teach their dogs on a platform inside a hall. However, I'd suggest taking a couple steps back with the halter and get him used to it and associating it with good things again, like treats if he likes them. Halti Collar Problems Expand» Details Details Existing questions More Tell us some more Upload in Progress Upload failed. How To Use A Halti Head Collar BUT he doesn't like it and tries to pull it off with his paws all the time.
And the dogmatic is going! The lead is attached to the stoplines on the back of the dogs between the shoulder blades.This harness helps reduce the battle of strength between dog and handler. Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. Loading... Halti Collar Vs Gentle Leader
One that doesn't chafe or irritate. leaving storm have too much leash. As this headcollar leads from the back of the head it should be easier to get back to a regular collar. They are not meant to train dogs.
What pet meds are the best? Are Haltis Cruel For me a choke chain has lots of cons and no pros. Thanks!
Then sharp turns and about turns flow with you because the dog has FOCUS...I think you've misread my post wrongly somewhere... I own a determined and independant breed, and I thank a freind now deceased who owned them and also an even more primitive spitz to ensure pups became accustomed to collar Should we always use the Halti when walking her, or can we eventually just use the harness?You answered your own question here . Halti Harness How To Put On Thanks!
You may have a tough road ahead with getting her to focus but after that, it will all fall into place. Since I figured this out, and told my husband to only call her in a high, cheerful voice, she has been as good with my husband as she is with me. When I am helping a client teach his or her dog to walk on a loose leash, I use training tools such as a pinch collar, flat collar or slip collar. To be honest unless she has her eye on something we walk mainly with a loose lead now, never thought that would ever happen sketch 27th Jan 2010, 5:21 pm Post
A lot of damage to a dog's neck can happen if they leap around on the end of a halti. This harness has clip buckles on both bod strap so is ideal for head shy dogs. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1fujx6vGC4 Top GundogGuy Posts: 230 Joined: Wed Jan 19, 2011 5:01 am Location: Scotland Contact: Contact GundogGuy Website Re: Halti question Quote Postby GundogGuy » Mon Jan 24, 2011 10:34 am I was very dissappointed as I thought I had cracked it.
Sherri & the 6 Holy Terrors...To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater. Dog trainers have been prosecuted in this country for cruelty after causing damage to dogs with choke chains, so it's not something I could ever advise on. #11 BoredomBusters, Mar These are myths about the gentle leader: paws4udogs.wordpress.com/2011/10/28/busting-myths-about-the-gentle-leader/ It includes myths such as dogs not liking the leader, and the leader causing injury. Sign in to make your opinion count.
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