Reg. Des. No. EU 000512157]
The only Stop Pull Headcollar with ‘dual control’ is designed as a training aid. (Lead and Kombi Collar not included in the package)
TO STOP PULLING, CALM & CONTROL EXCITABLE OR BOISTEROUS DOGS. AN AID TO CONTROL AND SUBDUE BARKING, EXHUBERANCE OR AGGRESSION USE THE FORWARD CONTROL RING OR THE BACK CONTROL RING (does not ride up over the eyes) AND ‘PUTS YOU IN CONTROL’
INSTRUCTIONS & TRAINING GUIDE
The STOP PULL HEADCOLLAR can be used with the front or back control rings either individually or in tandem to control boisterous, strong or excitable dogs. It is a further aid to STOP PULLING. As the Stop Pull Headcollar is a snug fit with no loose ends, when the dog is accustomed to wearing it, it can be left on the dog and is also an aid to combat many other behavioural problems. These include, Boisterous, Excitable, Anti Social or Destructive Dogs, Chewers, Incessant Barking, Fouling and any other behavioural problem where the attention of the dog has to be diverted. Whilst the Stop Pull Headcollar is being used it has a distinct calming effect on the majority of dogs. The Stop Pull Headcollar is unique in that it can also be adapted as a temporary muzzle with the muzzle loop tightened to a snug fit.
(a) The Snap Buckle ‘E’ should be opened. If the dog is to be walked on the left then the snap clip and double fabric ‘C’ and ‘˜D’ should be on the right. See Fig 1. If the dog is to be walked on the right then the snap clip and double fabric should be on the left. See Fig 2. This can be inter-changed by passing the male clip and adjuster through the muzzle loop. This is a further aid to stop the fabric slipping during use.
(b) With double fabric ‘D’ close to the Headcollar control-ring ‘A’ the muzzle loop ‘C’ should be adjusted. It should be a snug tight fit when dealing with anti-social dogs or a loose fit, not too close to the eyes, when dealing with none aggressive behavioural problems which includes pulling. The fabric should then be pulled tight in the shape of a Fig 8 through the two front rings ‘A’ and ‘B’
(c) The muzzle loop ‘C’ should be put on the dog and the back strap ‘H’ adjusted for a comfortable fit ensuring that the double fabric ‘D’ is kept close to the Rings ‘A’ and ‘B’.
(d) When fitted adjustment should ensure that the muzzle loop ‘C’ is difficult to be pawed off by the dog. Usage for none aggressive problems or where the Stop Pull Headcollar is to be left on the dog whilst unattended adjustment should allow for the dog to open its mouth, drink and pant. Where the Headcollar is to be left on the dog whilst unattended, ensure he/she will wear the Headcollar in your presence without trying to paw it off before leaving it unattended.
(e) The Stop Pull Headcollar is now ready for use.
(f) Some dogs will accept the Stop Pull Headcollar without hesitation. With others it may take a few days. In training the dog should be distracted away from the Headcollar by praise, treats or attentive seeking commands should he/she attempt to paw it off. Stop, put the dog in the Sit position, get the dogs attention then walk off again.
ATTACHMENT TO A LEAD FOR GENERAL EXERCISE OR TRAINING
FRONT CONTROL RING ‘A’ With the lead attached to the front Control Ring this will assist in turning the dogs’ head. This will fell like power steering to the handler. It will reduce the strength and ability of the dog to pull. For Safety and to prevent the dog backing out of the Headcollar the control ring should be clipped back to a collar:- See Fig. 1 Kombi Collar , 2 Action Collar & 3 Klip On Collar.
BACK CONTROL RING ‘F’ Attach the lead to the back control ring and this will also be an aid to stopping the dog pulling. The use of this control ring has the advantage that it does not drag over the eyes. For safety and to prevent the dog backing out of the Headcollar the back control ring should be fed under or attached to the collar:- See Fig 4.
SIZE GUIDE (Measure around the muzzle just below the eyes)
SMALL = to 10.5 inches (7cm)
MEDIUM = 10.5 inches (7cm) to 12.5 Inches (32cm)
LARGE = 12.5 inches (32cm) to 16 inches (40cm)
Some time ago I purchased a ‘stop pull halter’ for my lab – Still in fabulous condition, I have to say. I now have a 10 month old husky-malamute cross and wanted to put a halter on her as it had worked so well with the lab. SD