Designed for extreme leash pullers, the Sporn Head Control Dog Halter puts you back in control of the walk. This easy-to-use halter lets you gently guide your dog and fits around the top of the muzzle without looking like a true muzzle. The strap has thick padding to give your pup the most comfort, and the halter quickly and easily converts to a standard collar for ultimate versatility.
Instantly stops dogs from pulling while giving your pup comfort.
Easy to use gentle guidance to control motion.
Fitting around the top of the muzzle without looking like a typical muzzle.
Recommended by trainers and vets.
Halter quickly and easily converts to a standard collar for ultimate versatility.
Not to be used as a tie-out. Do not leave on pet unattended.
Place collar over dog’s head with buckle between shoulders.
Adjust Slide Adjusters evenly on both sides for snug fit. (Two fingers under web)
Pull Muzzle Loop up and over dog’s muzzle. (Pull from between 2 lower D-Rings on bottom of collar)
Adjust Cord-Lock for sung fit. (Two fingers under muzzle web)
Attach leash to O-Ring and enjoy your walk!
To select the most accurate size collar for your pet, measure the center of their neck with a cloth tape measure, a few inches down from their head. Pull the cloth tape measure snug, but not tight. If you don't have a cloth tape measure, you can use a piece of string and measure it with a rigid ruler afterwards. Make sure there’s enough room for about two fingers between the collar and your pet’s neck for comfort.
This does what it says by stopping my dog from pulling, however my dog figured out how to flick it off over her head. It was as tight as it could be but she could still flick the entire thing off her head. Be careful.
Works better then a choker
on Sep 5, 2020
Does not pull anymore on walks. My Cane Corso is 130 pounds and this works great. With a choker you would have to give a hard pull of the leash but not with this.
Too early to tell
on Apr 3, 2020
My recently adopted 4 or 5 year old energetic coonhound is a serious puller. I was/am hoping this works ultimately. She does not pull with it on but she manages to get it above her eye and that is worrisome. Not sure what to do about that and won’t continue to use if I can’t stop it.
on Jan 20, 2020
Nice walks finally! My 110 lb lab had learned he could pull me when he wanted to see someone-thing. I tried collars, harnesses, other halters. Finally found the Sporn - what a relief to enjoy walks with him again! I highly recommend this product!
Must have if your dog pulls
on Dec 7, 2019
I have a BMD male, and they pull by nature. This product is durable, easy to put on and off and looks great. I was concerned about the quality because the price is very affordable; and I’m pleasantly impressed! I would recommend this specific item/manufacturer to anyone who has a large dog that pulls. Did I mention I HIGHLY recommend.
best product so far
on Nov 7, 2019
I have a rescued golden retriever who was never leash trained. She has pulled my shoulder socket ones from her pulling... I mean this girl PULLS... anyway, other products we have tried did litter effect on her bad habit of pulling. This is the only head control that actually works on her. She doesn’t pul one bit, even in new exciting places this thing keeps her from pulling!
Totally recommend for a large dog.
It works... but...
on Dec 8, 2019
This product does the job. But for large breed severe puller and jumpers, I would recommend using the leash system indoors first... and then double leashing during training outdoors for quite some time.
on Jan 16, 2020
Was just what he needed. Was a strong puller. This collar put a stop to that.
It works as long as the product does.
on Aug 5, 2019
I ordered a large for my 70 lb dog. The first couple of times it worked great but a piece keeps sleeping through the plastic to where is won't sit right on my dog. I've tried to fix it but it just goes straight back. As long as the product isn't defective then it works great. Unfortunately, mine is.
easy to slip
on Oct 12, 2019
First time out with this and my dog slipped it and took off. I made it as tight as i could