Halti has become the world's favorite canine headcollar – an impressive feat and welcome relief to dog owners whose pets are still a little leery of the strange phrase ‘heel’. With Halti headcollars, there are no metal parts that come in contact with dogs’ skin and the point of steering is well down the nose and away from the eyes. Its unique design ensures the best steering efficiency and comfort for dogs so afternoon walks can now be a fun, stress-free activity for both pet and parent. Additionally, each headcollar comes with an on-off muzzling action that can close dogs’ jaws, making training and behavior modification practical and safe.
Unique headcollar design combines maximum steering efficiency with unequaled comfort for the dog, making it both practical and easy to train or modify your dog's behavior.
Gently allows owner to steer the head and control direction of movement.
No metal parts come in contact with the dog's skin and point of steering is well down the nose and away from the eyes for a gentle, pain-free correction.
Can be used as a passive means to stop dogs pulling or as an active training aid.
Features an on-off muzzling action to close the dog's jaws.
I think the concept for this head collar is great, however there are some challenges. First, I ordered the medium size recommended for golden retrievers. It’s a little too large for my dog. Second, I would recommend trying the adjustable version. The version I have pulls around my dogs eyes and not his jaw.
on Sep 30, 2018
I was weary of these in the beginning because of the limited material. I have a powerhouse of a dog 136 lbs. It holds her great she has never slipped or broken it. Highly recommend. She has ran to the end of her leash and tugged and it has not let me down or her loose. Lol
Not good for strong pullers
on Sep 1, 2018
I had high hopes that this would work for my 30lb aussie mix. He gets very excitted when he sees other people or animals on our walks and pulls and barks incessantly wanting to play. Unfortunatly, the cords broke within 10 minutes of our first walk. Since he's a small dog, the cords aren't substantial in thickness. Had it not broken, it would definately have met my needs
on Oct 12, 2018
I have another collar that is similar ,but this one works better! The other collar she gets out of when I’m not looking. This one for some reason stays on. She seems more comfortable in this one.
on Jul 11, 2018
I had used a similar knock-off product that my dog quickly learned to evade. The genuine halti is an excellent product as it does not rub my dogs nose, fits her properly, and actually works quite well. I would suggest to anyone looking for a headcollar for your dog to get a name brand product and the Halti is excellent.
Halti to the rescue
on May 31, 2018
the Halti head collar makes walking my dog a pleasant experience for both of us!! She does not pull like she does with other collars. The Halti doesn't crawl up on here eyes like another head collar I used. I have highly recommended this item to many people and will continue to do so.
An excellent tool for teaching a dog not to pull
on Sep 8, 2018Top 1000 Contributor
We use a Halti on both of our young German Shorthairs. They are a kind way to teach dogs basic obedience and leash manners.
Just got Halti
on Sep 3, 2018
So I don’t know how well this is working yet. A lot of head yanking, but I have great hopes
Mostly In Love with Halti!
on Apr 26, 2018
This product does everything that it should. We always have one on at least two out of our three giant dogs and it SIGNIFICANTLY decreases the pulling. The only downfall is that because of the placement on the nose, we get a lot of dirty looks because people assume we have muzzles on the dogs and we're being cruel to them. People just don't understand that the babies are okay! The other downfall is that if you have a butt-head dog like ours, he doesn't care how uncomfortable it may be, he's going to pull his hardest! Overall, it does work though and we're customers for life.
on Jul 31, 2018
Love this product. Makes it so much easier to walk my dog. He does not pull work the halti