The Gentle Leader Head Collar is often referred to as 'The 10 minute attitude adjuster'. This is the recommended method of training your dog to walk without pulling or jumping up, in conjunction with positive reinforcement. Light pressure is exerted on the muzzle and the back of the neck, imitating the action of a mother dog on her puppies, and signals to the dog that you are in control. The head collar still allows your dog to open his mouth fully for drinking, eating, panting and barking.
|Choosing the correct size of the Gentle Leader Headcollar for your dog is simple. All you need to know is the approximate weight of your dog. The only exception is that certain breeds with specifically large or small heads may use a size other than what is listed for body weight. Please note - all sizes are adjustable to fit a variety of breeds in the specified weight range.|
Small - Fits dogs and puppies that will have an adult weight of 5-10Kgs. Includes toy breeds and small dogs with a narrow, small muzzle. Examples: Toy Poodle, Lhasa Apso, Dachshund, Bichon, small Sheltie, Pomeranian, Shih-Tzu, Basenji, Fox Terriers, Jack Russels, Beagles etc.
for Puppies - Puppies of medium and large breeds can start at 8 to 10 weeks with a medium which they can wear until they reach 30 Kgs. Puppies of large breeds that are already over 20 Kgs should start with a large.
For Short Snout Dogs - Available in Medium and Large to fit Bulldog, Boxer etc.
FITTING YOUR DOG
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Excellent collarBy: Anne Hamilton on 24 April 2017Thank god for this brilliant collar for walking, it's tamed my anxious puppy and he now walks beside me without the pulling of my arm constantly. Yes it took a few walks for him to adjust but walks are now a pleasure for both of us.
No More Straining for My Dog or Me10 May 2014Hello, Thanks for the opportunity to comment on this most helpful and effective dog halter. It uses the principal that anything around the dog's neck or chest just causes them to want to pulling away in the opposite direction of the lead. The Gentle Leader, on the other hand, uses the