can anyone recommend the best halti/ halter around for my springer spaniel

by Michelle
(Cambridge)

Hi we have a 6 month old springer spaniel and he insists on pulling me along, I have had him since he was a little puppy tried walking and stopping when he pulls, changing direction, harnesses and other non pull items but he still pulls.


Then I found a slip lead that works as a halti (goes over the nose) and this was brilliant but it was rope and he chewed it within 1 day of using it. I need something like this that also can attach to the collar and also stronger so he cant chew through it in secounds of using it. any recommondations.

Thank you michelle x

From Anna@love-springer-spaniel.com

Hi there I use and rate the Pets at home "stop pull harness" You can try it out in the shop.

It works a treat on both George and Fidget

Good Luck

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Nov 13, 2016
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Mikki / Halti NEW
by: Anonymous

Hi,
There are loads available on the market - the MIKKI and the HALTI are 2 of the best and come highly recommended!!

Check out my page at http://dogleadsandharnesses.com to see the best selling leads and harnesses and other training equipment available -


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Harness to stop pulling NEW
by: Anonymous

Try harness by MIKKI. "I won't pull". Bought this on advise of vet. Straps pass under legs and attach to the collar. When dog pulls straps tighten making dog uncomfortable not painful. Works a treat!!!

Aug 29, 2011
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Gentle leader
by: Anonymous

A gentle leader is the way to go, sorted my little man out. Pets at home or the range. They are different to haltie's can't remember how, but our trainer said she thought a gentle leader was better.

Aug 24, 2011
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canny collar
by: Anonymous

i have a 3 yr old male springer who came to live with us 6 months ago and he pulled like a freight train was hard to walk him push a pram and walk our springer bitch too so i had tried the halti on him and he still pulled tried a harness ,same to i saw the canny collar and it is fantastic he went from pullin me all over the place to walkin beside the pram decided to get our bitch one as well takin him out is no longer a ordeal its a pleasure

Aug 24, 2011
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springers
by: Anonymous

pop onto the gencon website or try ebay,,,i have a 7 year old and 6 year old works wonders ,,

Aug 24, 2011
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spaniel pulling
by: Anonymous

My spaniel was awful on the lead,bought her a halti headcollar it is brill,totally reccomend it. Used one on my lab when she was younger also,it helped train them to walk to heel. Now they can go out on slip leads. Hope this is helpful,good luck

Aug 24, 2011
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pinch collar
by: Calisdad

Use a pinch collar until he quits. It looks serious but its quite harmless and they work. Short of that put the leash under one of his front legs. When he pulls it will be uncomfortabe so he quits.

good luck

Aug 24, 2011
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harness to stop pulling
by: Anonymous

Hi I picked up a harness from pet smart, not sure what it is called, but it works like any other harness, but you attach the lead at the dogs chest. I love it...works great! My Rex walks great with it!

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