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Frisco Dog Headcollar

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Description

Remember to measure your pet for the paw-fect fit. The Frisco Dog Head Collar provides gentle control to help keep your pup from pulling or lunging during walks. The halter-style design features a nose loop that gently guides your dog’s nose back by your side when he wants to pull—putting you in control of your walks. Control with comfort, though! The nose loop is adjustable so you can find a fit that’s comfy, and has a soft neoprene padding. When fitted properly, the collar forms a V shape and doesn’t get in the way of your pup having a snack, or staying hydrated.The collar also sits high on the neck, so it helps prevent straining these sensitive areas. Ideal for training and everyday walks, it comes in different sizes for most dog breeds.

Key Benefits
  • Gently helps correct pulling, lunging and jumping during walks, and helps train your dog to walk without pulling.
  • Self-correcting nose loop design gently redirects your dog when he starts to pull.
  • Comfy to wear while walking or training--adjustable nose loop has soft neoprene padding, and the collar forms a V when fitted properly so dogs can eat and drink while wearing it.
  • Sits high on the neck so it prevents excess pressure on sensitive areas like your dog’s throat, when in use.
  • Available in different sizes to accommodate most dog breeds. Ideally suited for long-snouted dog breeds.
Precautions

The head collar should only be worn during walks and supervised training. Never leave pet unattended while wearing the head collar. Not intended to be used as a muzzle. Not for tie out. Not for puppies under 8 weeks old.

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  • Item Number
    152403
  • Breed Size
    Medium Breeds
  • Material
    Polyester
Instructions

Measuring Guide:

  • Using a measuring tape, measure the circumference of the dog’s snout, just below the eyes.
  • Measure the circumference of the dog’s neck at the top of the neck, just behind the ears.

Important Fitting Tips:

  • If either measurement falls between two sizes, choose the larger of the two sizes.
  • Collar can be adjusted to a snug fit so make sure your dog’s measurements are not smaller than the collar’s dimensions.
  • If fit properly, the collar and nose loop is snugly fit but loose enough for your dog to open his mouth.

Training Tips:

  • Using a treat and lots of praise, practice putting on the headcollar indoors. Leave the leash off for now.
  • When your dog is comfortable with the headcollar, attach the leash and start with a short walk outdoors.
  • On the walk, hold the leash to allow enough slack for your dog to walk by your side. Don't let them rush ahead.
  • When your dog starts to pull, gently guide their nose back by your side. When they stop pulling, allow the slack back and reward with a treat.
  • It might take a few attempts, but be patient! You'll quickly see that your dog will learn how to walk without pulling on the leash.

How to fit the collar:

  • Hold collar by the nose loop with the buckle unfastened. Have a treat ready.
  • Guide your dog's nose through the loop with the treat.
  • Wrap neck strap up high behind ears, and fasten buckle. Adjust the strap for a snug and secure fit.
  • Adjust sliding clamp for a snug fit.
  • Attach a leash to the O-ring and get going.

Tips: If the collar is adjusted correctly, your dog's mouth should open easily to pant and drink water. Neck strap should fit snugly and positioned just behind the ears. Sliding clamp should be securely closed. Do not keep constant tension on the leash.

Size
SizeNeck StrapSnout Strap
X-Small9 - 12 inches3 - 8 inches
Small12 - 15 inches4 - 10 inches
Medium15 - 22 inches5 - 16 inches
Large17 - 25 inches7 - 18 inches
X-Large19 - 27 inches9 - 20 inches
FAQ

Where is this made?

Frisco headcollars are made in China and designed and tested to meet our high-quality standards.

What is this made of?

Polyester

Is the nose strap padded?

Yes, the nose loop is padded with neoprene.

Are head collars designed for short- snout breeds?

Headcollars are not designed for or recommended for use with short- snout breeds.

What is the best way to measure?

Please measure your dog to ensure best fit. Using a measuring tape or printable measuring tape (available on size tab to download) measure dog’s snout, then measure neck. Note, neck strap and snout straps are adjustable, but for best fit, ensure measurements are within the range for the size.

Are headcollars for puppies?

Headcollars are recommended for puppies 8 weeks and older.

Is a headcollar used to prevent pulling?

Yes, headcollars have a self-correcting nose loop that’s designed to gently redirect your dog when he starts to pull.

Can dog still drink while wearing a headcollar?

If the headcollar is adjusted correctly, your dog's mouth should open easily to pant and drink water.

My dog doesn’t like to use the headcollar. What should I do?

If your dog is using a headcollar for the first time, it may take some time for them to adjust/become accustomed to using this type of collar. Follow the instructions. Try putting the collar on for just a few minutes a day at home and reward them with lots of praise and treats. Once they have associated the headcollar with treats and is eager to put the collar on, you can begin taking them on short walks.

About Frisco Dog Head Collar

Put a Gentle Stop to Pulling

Put a Gentle Stop to Pulling

A gentle tug is all you need to keep your pup walking by your side without pulling. The clever collar design is made to be easy to use, and easy on your pup. The nose loop gently redirects your dog toward you when he starts to pull, allowing you to walk your pup, and not the other way around.

Control Meets Comfort

This collar gives you more control without compromising on comfort. The nose loop is adjustable to fit comfortably and snugly on your dogs snout, and it has comfy neoprene padding too. That makes it great for training and everyday use. The result? More walking, less pulling.

The Perfect Fit for Every Pup

The Frisco dog head collar comes in many sizes so you can find the right one for your pup. The adjustable nose loop ensures a comfy fit, especially for long-snouted breeds. Because the collar is designed to sit high on the neck, it's also gentle on these sensitive doggy areas. That's truly gentle control, for any jaunt or stroll.

Why the Frisco Dog Head Collar?

Smart Design for Gentle Control

Smart Design for Gentle Control

The collar design features a nose loop that gently redirects pulling.

Comfortable All the Way There

Comfortable All the Way There

Soft neoprene padding on the nose loop makes it comfy to wear.

 Strain-Free, Stress-Free

Strain-Free, Stress-Free

Gives you control without the strain for your pup. Ideal for walks or training.

About Frisco

About Frisco

Frisco's quality products are made for and by a family of pet lovers. And they're more than just everyday pet supplies. Crates become comforting kingdoms, potty pads transform into a favorite patch of grass, and potty bags give the signal that it's time to take care of business. From comfy mats and cat trees to potty time essentials, Frisco provides practical solutions for today's devoted pet parents. The entire Frisco line is available exclusively at Chewy.com!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    I guess it's functional?

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    Two big problems with this that make it so that I'll never use it 1. The plastic buckle clasp is low quality and unbuckling it is impossible, like I really have to get in there and use both hands and force AND then wiggle it to get it off. My dog is really fuzzy and has a lot of fur so this struggle also means I'm constantly accidentally grabbing his fur as well and tugging on it as I'm struggling to take it off instead of a quick push and it's off. 2. The top part that goes around snout is "padded" like think a padded leash handle for people. Problem with this is it's a REALY small area so the two lines of stitching on it to keep the padding in place made it so that it's very agitating and Two big problems with this that make it so that I'll never use it 1. The plastic buckle clasp is low quality and unbuckling it is impossible, like I really have to get in there and use both hands and force AND then wiggle it to get it off. My dog is really fuzzy and has a lot of fur so this struggle also means I'm constantly accidentally grabbing his fur as well and tugging on it as I'm struggling to take it off instead of a quick push and it's off. 2. The top part that goes around snout is "padded" like think a padded leash handle for people. Problem with this is it's a REALY small area so the two lines of stitching on it to keep the padding in place made it so that it's very agitating and rough over there (there's 3 ridges instead of just a smooth thing of padding) and I wish they hadn't added the padding at all as just the nylon would've been more comfortable than what they did … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    FINALLY NOT PULLING!

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    We have a 4 month pup. We used to use a harness with loop on the cest. It worked few month then our pup have found a way to walk with it so she start pull again. However, after watching videos how to use the headcollars we got inspired how it can solve the problem with pulling! So we ordered this product and that was the best purchase! Pup stopped pulling and slowly starting walk normal without crazy pulling NOT CHOKING ITSELF! The loop staying under chin and doesn't go anywhere. You just need to find the right size and adjust it. •Super easy! •Definitely recommend to try!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Doesn't work as instructed

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    We tried two of these for our dachshund because he pulls so much when we walk him, but these do not work as they should. My husband and I both read the instructions and tried it....The part that should loop down under the chin is up on top of his nose & that is where the leash goes which isn't correct. Disappointed

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    This thing sucks

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    After receiving this headcollar we tried to take our 5 month old dog for a walk. This collar was hard to get on him then once it was on it kept sliding sideways on his snout, it in no way helped. This is as a compliment wast of money and time.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    not impressed

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    item should not be priced over $5.00. useless for my beagle.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Good light weight head collar

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    I have a husky who was no longer a puppy when I got him and had not been leash trained. The head collar was a game changer: this isn’t the brand I started with (it was one of the thicker ones with side straps) but the difference was huge: I went from feeling like my shoulder was going to be separated or my wrist broken to a dog that would rather walk at my pace than pull. Now that he is use to it, I got this head collar as it is lighter, thinner and less obtrusive for both of us. I don’t think this would be the best choice for initiating head collar training as the neck and nose loops easily rotate to the side and in that position the metal slip ring could pinch a lip. Start with one that has I have a husky who was no longer a puppy when I got him and had not been leash trained. The head collar was a game changer: this isn’t the brand I started with (it was one of the thicker ones with side straps) but the difference was huge: I went from feeling like my shoulder was going to be separated or my wrist broken to a dog that would rather walk at my pace than pull. Now that he is use to it, I got this head collar as it is lighter, thinner and less obtrusive for both of us. I don’t think this would be the best choice for initiating head collar training as the neck and nose loops easily rotate to the side and in that position the metal slip ring could pinch a lip. Start with one that has side straps for stability, move on to this once they are better trained. Now that he isn’t pulling it is nice to have a sleeker, thinner collar and still have the correction in hand if he gets over excited. Head collars offer effective but gentle correction. … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    worst lead collar

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    the collar does not help control a mid size dog, my dog was able to remove easily , the lock is not sturdy it was a waste of money

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Not a good product

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    Purchased headcollar with the hope of helping when walking my lab, she pulled the collar off in a matter of seconds. I guess this was not to be for me or her.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Didn't last 2 minutes

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    I put this on my puppy correctly- I had used similar items before. Within two minutes she had chewed through it. Waste of $13.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Faillure with this one

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    failure only due to not being able to determine which size we really needed. turned out to be to large. my bad

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