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Sporn Training Halter Nylon No Pull Dog Harness

Sporn Training Halter Nylon No Pull Dog Harness

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    Worth every penny!

    By Jill on Jul 26, 2021

    I can’t tell you how many 100’s of dollars I have spent on harnesses. With a mastiff, a yellow lab, a husky, a boarder collie, and a boxer. I have been pulled down, skinned my knees bloody, Arm ripped out of socket (not for real, felt it) so MANY MANY times. I have tried head halters, martingale collars I can’t tell you how many 100’s of dollars I have spent on harnesses. With a mastiff, a yellow lab, a husky, a boarder collie, and a boxer. I have been pulled down, skinned my knees bloody, Arm ripped out of socket (not for real, felt it) so MANY MANY times. I have tried head halters, martingale collars, front clip, and of course training, yet still not any better. I bought one for the boarder collie first, I was amazed at the difference, so then was the mastiff, and again, huge difference , then I the husky, boxer, and lab all one. Game changer!! I can walk and not worry about being hurt, pulled to the ground, bloody and bruised on daily . If you have a puller I would recommend this to anyone!! As they have gotten use to it, they do pull a little more than they did when they first got, but it’s not bad, nothing like it was prior to using them. … more

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    Does not restrain/train my Basenji

    By Basenji on Aug 10, 2021

    The padded arm pit straps do not help as a training Halter, my Basenji acted like there was no restraint. We had a trainer with braded nylon lines, which worked, but could scrape the skin. The best training halter I have found, has a buckel in the front of the harness, which controls my Basenji.

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