Do you hate halters because……They can interfere with the dog’s eyes and this can cause infection? The dog can still pull if it sets its neck. Do you need help with aggression and distraction? Picture one shows a relaxed dog walking at heel wearing a K9Bridle.
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The K9 Bridle works in a similar way to a bit less bridle. It gives the dog signals that he can easily understand without twisting the dog’s neck or riding into his eyes. Designed primarily to stop dogs pulling on the lead it has proved to give amazing results with dogs that have behavioural and aggression issues, so saving many dogs from being sent for re-homing.
Unlike most other training halters the K9 Bridle works from the back of the neck, exactly where you need to have control. There is a strap under the chin. It is there as a safety device. Should the unthinkable happen and your dog managed to get the bridle off, you are still attached to your dog.
The K9 Bridle works on a principal similar to a bit less bridle for horses, so if that will stop a horse it can also stop a dog. When the lead is tightened, pressure is applied to the front of the face and tells the go no. The dog then easily understands this clear and precise command.
Slight pressure is applied and the dog will realise and remind him where he should be. Our bridles initiate a very simple command and instant reward scenario.
You may find that K9 Bridle can help with aggressive behaviour.
Here are a few testimonials from our customers:
“I met you at the Paws in the Park show and bought one of your K9 Bridles for my dog. I thought they were fantastic and would love to offer them to sell at my training establishment”
“Just to let you know how well behaved Alfie was this morning wearing his k9bridle. I wasn’t being yanked here, there and everywhere for a change!! He’s taken to it like a duck to water. Long may it continue!!”
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