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    77KSTOPPING DRAW: Help your dog stop leashing with the world famous Halti halter. The Halti Halter is the world's first hello halter and is a favorite of pet parents and trainers alike.
  • COMFORTABLE AND SAFE: The Halti Halter is designed with a safety clip that attaches to your dog's collar for enhanced security and safety. padded, reflective noseband to prevent the halter from slipping while walking
  • BETTER TOGETHER: for better walking and training without tension, combine with the Halti Training Cable. This double clip leash attaches to your dog's halter and collar for enhanced control and control.
  • PANT and DRINK FREE: Dogs are full of energy and panting helps them cool down. Halti Halti Collars are uniquely designed to allow dogs to pant, drink and play freely while wearing their halters to keep them happy and comfortable.
  • EFFECTIVE NO SIGNS: For dogs that want to pull quickly on the leash, the Halti Halter prevents them from pulling and training to walk normally on the leash and send their body forward.

Amazon.com Price:  $14.99 (as of 22/11/2021 16:01 PM Details )
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The HALTI halter prevents dogs from pulling! The unique, patented design works by gently steering the head to control the dog's direction of movement, making training easy and putting you back in control. The HALTI Headcollar has become the world's favorite no-pull training device. It combines maximum safety and control with unparalleled fit and comfort for your dog. The HALTI collar was invented in 1979 by world-renowned animal behaviorist and activist, Dr. Roger Mugford, and is approved and recommended by veterinarians, trainers and dog professionals around the world. The soft material and careful design and construction mean that the HALTI halter is comfortable and can create a pronounced calming effect on many dogs. The HALTI halter makes training and behavior modification of dogs practical and safe. It can be used in several ways: either as a passive tool to stop dogs from pulling or as an active training aid. Millions have been sold worldwide. The HALTI halter is available in six sizes for an optimal fit for all breeds and sizes.

how do i know what size my dog is?

It based Haiti dimensions on the pet dog's breed and dimension. The lap dogs are size 1, medium size 2, and the larger dogs begfor at size 3 I have a large gold retriever with a slim nose that uses a dimension 3 and a stocky golden/ lab mix with a large nose that wears a dimension 4 The strap going around the rear of their necks is flexible. These halts are wonderful devices in regulating canines without staining their necks.

Love an answer regarding sizing - here it says s, m, l, etc but the Halti website uses numbers (1, 2 3). How do the two match up??

XS=0, S=1, M=2, L=3. Terrific item. It's the only point I use on all my pet dogs.

How do u know what size your dog needs????

The best means is to go somewhere they sell the same or similar product and attempt it on. We knew what dimension from our previous canines, so it was very easy. You can go to a location like PetSmart and attempt on a Haldi. however I would certainly get it on Amazon because it is a great deal much less in cost.

How is this item sized? I have a 75 pound American Bulldog mix with a 20 inch neck and a large head.

Sizes indicated are for typical adult dogs - bitches or juveniles may need a size smaller. It is important to have the correct fitting for every dog - see instructions inside the packaging.Afghan Hound 3, Airedale 3, Alaskan Malamute 3, American C/Span 1, Basenji 1, Bassett Hound 3, Beagle 2, Bearded Collie 2, Bedlington Terrier 2, Belgian S/Dog 2-3, Bernese Mt/Dog 4, Bichon Frisé 0, Bloodhound 5, Border Collie 2-3, Border Terrier 1, Borzoi 4, Boston Terrier 1-2, Bouvier 4, Boxer 3, Briard 3, Brittany Spaniel 2, Buhund 1, Bulldog 2-3, Bull Mastiff 4, Bull Terrier 3, Cairn Terrier 1, Cavalier Spaniel 1, Chow Chow 3, Clumber Spaniel 4, Cocker (Eng) 2, Corgi 1-2, Dachshund Min. 0, Dachshund Std. 1, Dalmatian 3, Doberman 3-4, Elkhound 3, English Setter 3, Flat Coated Retriever 3-4, Foxhound 3, Fox Terrier 1, German Shepherd 3, Goats 2-3, Golden Retriever 3, Gordon Setter 4, Great Dane 4-5, Greyhound 3, Irish Setter 3, Irish Water Spaniel L, Irish Wolfhound 4, Jack Russell 0-1, Japanese Akita 3-4, Keeshond 2, Kerry Blue Terrier 2 King Charles Spaniel 1, Labrador 3, Lakeland Terrier 1, Lhasa Apso 1, Llamas 2-4, Lurcher 2-3, Maltese 0, Maremma S/Dog 3, Mastiff 5, Munsterlander 3, Newfoundland 4, Old English Sheepdog 3, Papillon 0-1, Pekingese 0-1, Pharaoh Hound 2,Pit Bull Terrier 2, Pointers 3, Poodle Toy 0, Poodle Min. 1, Poodle Std. 2-3, Pug 1-2, Pyrenean M/Dog 4, Rhodesian Rbk. 4, Rottweiler 4, Rough Collie 2-3, St Bernard 5, Saluki 2, Samoyed 2, Schnauzer Min. 1, Schnauzer 2, Schnauzer Gt. 4, Scottish Terrier 2, Shar Pei 2, Sheep 2-3, Sheltie 1, Siberian Husky 3, Soft-coated Wheaten Terrier 2, Springer Spaniel 3, Staffordshire Bull Terrier 2, Weimaraner 3-4, Welsh Terrier 2, West Highland Terrier 1, Whippet 1, Yorkshire Terrier 0

I have a miniature schnauzer, 2 yrs, 16 lbs., what size should I get?

This is what I would recommend. Size 0 is suggested for the following breeds: mini dachshund, papillon, plaything poodle, yorkie, and also similarly sized dogs.Size 1 is advised for the following breeds: border terrier, Jack Russell, cairn terrier, welsh corgi, common dachshund, sheltie, Westie, whippet, as well as likewise sized dogs.Tim

I have a 11 lb chihuahua mix, 11.5" neck, 5" snout what size should I get?

Sizes indicated are for typical adult dogs - bitches or juveniles may need a size smaller. It is important to have the correct fitting for every dog - see instructions inside the packaging.Afghan Hound 3, Airedale 3, Alaskan Malamute 3, American C/Span 1, Basenji 1, Bassett Hound 3, Beagle 2, Bearded Collie 2, Bedlington Terrier 2, Belgian S/Dog 2-3, Bernese Mt/Dog 4, Bichon Frisé 0, Bloodhound 5, Border Collie 2-3, Border Terrier 1, Borzoi 4, Boston Terrier 1-2, Bouvier 4, Boxer 3, Briard 3, Brittany Spaniel 2, Buhund 1, Bulldog 2-3, Bull Mastiff 4, Bull Terrier 3, Cairn Terrier 1, Cavalier Spaniel 1, Chow Chow 3, Clumber Spaniel 4, Cocker (Eng) 2, Corgi 1-2, Dachshund Min. 0, Dachshund Std. 1, Dalmatian 3, Doberman 3-4, Elkhound 3, English Setter 3, Flat Coated Retriever 3-4, Foxhound 3, Fox Terrier 1, German Shepherd 3, Goats 2-3, Golden Retriever 3, Gordon Setter 4, Great Dane 4-5, Greyhound 3, Irish Setter 3, Irish Water Spaniel L, Irish Wolfhound 4, Jack Russell 0-1, Japanese Akita 3-4, Keeshond 2, Kerry Blue Terrier 2 King Charles Spaniel 1, Labrador 3, Lakeland Terrier 1, Lhasa Apso 1, Llamas 2-4, Lurcher 2-3, Maltese 0, Maremma S/Dog 3, Mastiff 5, Munsterlander 3, Newfoundland 4, Old English Sheepdog 3, Papillon 0-1, Pekingese 0-1, Pharaoh Hound 2,Pit Bull Terrier 2, Pointers 3, Poodle Toy 0, Poodle Min. 1, Poodle Std. 2-3, Pug 1-2, Pyrenean M/Dog 4, Rhodesian Rbk. 4, Rottweiler 4, Rough Collie 2-3, St Bernard 5, Saluki 2, Samoyed 2, Schnauzer Min. 1, Schnauzer 2, Schnauzer Gt. 4, Scottish Terrier 2, Shar Pei 2, Sheep 2-3, Sheltie 1, Siberian Husky 3, Soft-coated Wheaten Terrier 2, Springer Spaniel 3, Staffordshire Bull Terrier 2, Weimaraner 3-4, Welsh Terrier 2, West Highland Terrier 1, Whippet 1, Yorkshire Terrier 0

Would a size 1 fit a 30lb shiba inu? I bought a size 2 for my 50lb dog and it fits him perfect

This all I know: Afghan Hound 3, Airedale 3, Alaskan Malamute 3, American C/Span 1, Basenji 1, Bassett Hound 3, Beagle 2, Bearded Collie 2, Bedlington Terrier 2, Belgian S/Dog 2-3, Bernese Mt/Dog 4, Bichon Frisé 0, Bloodhound 5, Border Collie 2-3, Border Terrier 1, Borzoi 4, Boston Terrier 1-2, Bouvier 4, Boxer 3, Briard 3, Brittany Spaniel 2, Buhund 1, Bulldog 2-3, Bull Mastiff 4, Bull Terrier 3, Cairn Terrier 1, Cavalier Spaniel 1, Chow Chow 3, Clumber Spaniel 4, Cocker (Eng) 2, Corgi 1-2, Dachshund Min. 0, Dachshund Std. 1, Dalmatian 3, Doberman 3-4, Elkhound 3, English Setter 3, Flat Coated Retriever 3-4, Foxhound 3, Fox Terrier 1, German Shepherd 3, Goats 2-3, Golden Retriever 3, Gordon Setter 4, Great Dane 4-5, Greyhound 3, Irish Setter 3, Irish Water Spaniel L, Irish Wolfhound 4, Jack Russell 0-1, Japanese Akita 3-4, Keeshond 2, Kerry Blue Terrier 2 King Charles Spaniel 1, Labrador 3, Lakeland Terrier 1, Lhasa Apso 1, Llamas 2-4, Lurcher 2-3, Maltese 0, Maremma S/Dog 3, Mastiff 5, Munsterlander 3, Newfoundland 4, Old English Sheepdog 3, Papillon 0-1, Pekingese 0-1, Pharaoh Hound 2,Pit Bull Terrier 2, Pointers 3, Poodle Toy 0, Poodle Min. 1, Poodle Std. 2-3, Pug 1-2, Pyrenean M/Dog 4, Rhodesian Rbk. 4, Rottweiler 4, Rough Collie 2-3, St Bernard 5, Saluki 2, Samoyed 2, Schnauzer Min. 1, Schnauzer 2, Schnauzer Gt. 4, Scottish Terrier 2, Shar Pei 2, Sheep 2-3, Sheltie 1, Siberian Husky 3, Soft-coated Wheaten Terrier 2, Springer Spaniel 3, Staffordshire Bull Terrier 2, Weimaraner 3-4, Welsh Terrier 2, West Highland Terrier 1, Whippet 1, Yorkshire Terrier 0

I have an adult Australian Shepherd, what would be the correct size?

I have a 60 pound gold retriever. What size do I buy?